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Originally Posted by ebioman
Running for 19h without power or keyboard plugged - I am extremely satisfied so far since
ICS led to a constant reboots.
Using the 1.0 kernel with Android revolution HD and wifi constantly on.
BTW : stupid question regarding Voodoo, you claim it works with it but I can't load it into the kernel, is it already included in the kernel?
If you are using the new beta Voodoo from the Voodoo thread along with the paid Voodoo Plus license then it should work. I believe it is now more of a driver rewrite or modification and not dependent on loading a kernel module. I'm using it with Revolver 4 RC1 and it works fine, although it IS still beta. The way to tell if it is working is when you try to increase or decrease volume, at some point you should see an additional slider at the bottom of the screen related to headphone amplifier gain. Of course, this only happens with headphones plugged in and not on internal speaker sound.
If you are trying to use one of the old (Honeycomb based) Voodoo kernel modules, then you need to remove that module from your modules directory, as it will not work with ICS. It appears to be OK, other than complaining about kernel support, but will crash the system if you plug headphones in and try to change volume. You also need to remove the old Voodoo app if you are using the new beta driver and Voodoo Plus license, if it isn't removed already from the install of the new Voodoo.
So, in other words, you have to have the paid Voodoo Plus license along with downloading and installing the new beta driver for it to work and also you need a ROM that's based on stock from Asus, as I don't think it's working yet with AOSP builds.
Asus eee Pad Transformer B6O TF101
32GB Internal / 32GB microSD
Asus Keyboard Dock
TWRP 126.96.36.199-Omni Touch Recovery
T-Mo Samsung Galaxy Note 3
Darthstalker ROM v.5 (4.3)
TWRP 188.8.131.52 Touch Recovery
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