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[KERNEL][ICS][Linux 3.0.44] Harsh Kernel P999 Build-0510 [zram][SNAPPY]]

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20th April 2012, 11:42 PM   |  #681  
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I seem to have no issue with 1Ghz for my daily use. And with each release my phone gets faster with out oc.

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20th April 2012, 11:54 PM   |  #682  
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Just wanted to say, I enjoy your kernel, but what I really appreciate is your professionalism.

Many projects here in g2x dev are posted without good change logs, no source, no open discussion of areas that need improvement or acknowledgement of bugs, limitations, etc.

The way you handle your work from start to finish is great and I applaud you for it.

Thanks for being here and raising the bar.
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21st April 2012, 01:03 AM   |  #683  
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Harsh

Just wanted to say, I enjoy your kernel, but what I really appreciate is your professionalism.

Many projects here in g2x dev are posted without good change logs, no source, no open discussion of areas that need improvement or acknowledgement of bugs, limitations, etc.

The way you handle your work from start to finish is great and I applaud you for it.

Thanks for being here and raising the bar.

Well it was not difficult, as we do it in O2X, and most of devs provide proper changelog in there. temasek and Owain also state specific commits and cherry-pick. And I think its good to provide it, so that if something get broken in next release, we would know what we changed(for developers).
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Harsh

Just wanted to say, I enjoy your kernel, but what I really appreciate is your professionalism.

Many projects here in g2x dev are posted without good change logs, no source, no open discussion of areas that need improvement or acknowledgement of bugs, limitations, etc.

The way you handle your work from start to finish is great and I applaud you for it.

Thanks for being here and raising the bar.

+100000000000000000000000000

keep up the great work, Genesis and the Harsh kernel are just what the doctor ordered!!
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22nd April 2012, 08:10 PM   |  #685  
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sorry for being late in getting OC version of 1904.
Here is OC-2204, its and OC version of 1904, same changes, just different build date.

This kernel is build with all new OSX, as I have replaced my old HDD with SSD. So I am not sure it would be working or not, as I do not have phone to test it.

Kernel sources are same, but compiler changes can also effect, and other stuff effects too for working kernel.

here is link for people who can test it for me.
http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?lxkjf5732oo5wc6
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Just flashed 2204...works perfectly and extremely snappy. Awesome!
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Just flashed 2204...works perfectly and extremely snappy. Awesome!

Thanks for confirmation.
And hit thanks button if you liked it ...
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just so i understand...an OC kernel is already overclocked, i dont need to do anything to it, but if i want to tweak it i can use something like setcpu or the like. the non OC kernels cannot be tweaked

right?
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just so i understand...an OC kernel is already overclocked, i dont need to do anything to it, but if i want to tweak it i can use something like setcpu or the like. the non OC kernels cannot be tweaked

right?

Nope -- if you don't install & run SetCPU or something like it, your phone will remain at the stock setting of 1000 Mhz, even with the OC kernels. Difference is that you have the option of increasing the processor speed above 1000 Mhz, whereas in the non-OC kernels 1000 is the max.

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sorry for being late in getting OC version of 1904.
Here is OC-2204, its and OC version of 1904, same changes, just different build date.

This kernel is build with all new OSX, as I have replaced my old HDD with SSD. So I am not sure it would be working or not, as I do not have phone to test it.

Kernel sources are same, but compiler changes can also effect, and other stuff effects too for working kernel.

here is link for people who can test it for me.
http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?lxkjf5732oo5wc6

I ran a quadrant benchmark while running the 1504 build (set at 1408 Mhz) -- scores were Total: 4094, CPU: 6430, Mem: 3281, I/O: 8247, 2D: 214, 3D:2300.

Flashed the new 2204 build; setcpu to 1408 Mhz; and ran Quadrant again. Scores were Total: 4194, CPU: 6690, Mem: 3404, I/O: 8369, 2D: 207, 3D: 2299.

And so far, the new OC build seems smoother than the 1504 build. More immediate response when I click on things.

Every time I think that this phone has finally reached perfection, you (and Owain too with his ROMs) make it even better.....
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Just flashed 2204, and i must say, snappier than a fat man's waistband. Genesis users can expect build 2204 to come as an option in the next release. Two thumbs up sir!

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