Question.. ^^^^^^ in the pick you see that ( and so is it whit my XS)
that the govenor is set on smartassv2 and after reboot setcpu sets it back at ondemand... whyle the settings below the freq. is still on smartassv2??? Does it mean that the actuall govenor is on demand ore does it keeps the smartassv2 settings ???????
plse help cus the setcpu has a nice layout like ics and so i wanne keep using it
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Device: SamSung Galaxy S4
Android version: 4.4.2 Omega
Bootloaderstatus: Rooted And Ready To Rumble
- Samsung Galaxy S2
- Sony x10, - Sony arc, - Sony Xperia S.
But wanted to FLASH more so came to Samsung
Can I ask what does undervolting do apart from increase battery life (actuly does it even do that?) Also does it make the phone slower, as with this kernal I get no lag but I have not even overclocked it. Before on stock rom .67 I got lag on the home screen swithcing between them, think due to the amount of widgets but now its smooth like windows phone!
Also whats the battery life like on this kernal, anyone found it better than stock?
added BFQ I/O scheduler (default is still deadline)
added SLQB memory allocator and set it to default
added jRCU (thanks to faux123) and set it to default
bumped VM_MAX_READAHEAD to 1024
updated wifi module to support new changes
now CPU frequency thresholding done at kernel level (min/max - 384/1512 Mhz) for bootup
kernel package can now be flashed directly via recovery!!! (kernel and wifi modules included) no need of fastboot and no need to reflash wifi modules separately
download links at first post!!!
you can flash this over any previous version of my kernel... wifi module will automatically be flashed
please test out and let me know your feedback! kernel related bugs/issues should be posted in this thread, recovery related bugs/issues should be posted in recovery thread and general discussion goes in general discussion thread...
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