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[Xperia S] DooMKernel & DooMRecovery {GB} - discussion and feature request thread

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19th April 2012, 05:48 PM |#71  
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@DooM I built cifs for myself ( from your source) , didn't seem to drain battery, at least not noticeably. Also you should include the Veno module in your next build, gives really nice speedup

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Do you have any problems with overclocking to 1.7 Ghz (phone heating up, etc.) ?

I'm scared that it might get brick.

dont worry i am preparing an update which will keep a cap on default cpu freq to 1512-384 Mhz


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Not sure if it's kernel or the custom wifi modules that needs tweaking but any chance that we can connect to an ad-hoc wifi network.

its a binary in the system, i dont remember which file it is.... may be wpa_supplicant?


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Hi~DooMLoRD

I've seen [ features ]:
[v01 onwards] DISABLED CIFS support in kernel (was causing battery drain on Xperia 2011 devices)

I'm already flash DooMKernel on my devices

May CIFS support cause battery drain on XPERIA S ?

can I manual enable the cifs support for my device

I'm usually mount PC's share folder for Video source

Sorry about my English , Thank you

CIFS was causing MASSIVE battery drain on Xperia 2011 devices, we were doing bug-hunting for almost 3 months and finally found that CIFS was the culprit... i may create a separate CIFS module if required which u can activate manually...

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@DooM I built cifs for myself ( from your source) , didn't seem to drain battery, at least not noticeably. Also you should include the Veno module in your next build, gives really nice speedup

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hmmm interesting about the TCP Veno module... lets see may be in v02 kernel
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Is there a way to overclock past 1.7Ghz?

Id love to try and push to 2Ghz or as close as possible
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1.7 ghz will make xps brick?

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Is there a way to overclock past 1.7Ghz?

Id love to try and push to 2Ghz or as close as possible

yes... i am already testing 1890 Mhz kernel... will post it soon...
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Doomkernal V2 works just fine here. Feels strange flashing kernal's in recovery after having older Xperia's in the last year. So much better
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Sweet new kernel.

Nice one doom, some nice changes too.

Any chance of adding some more CPU Governors and I/O Schedulers like the V(R) I/O Scheduler?

Have you tried pushing the GPU past 320Mhz at all?

Also, whats its default clock speed?

Getting a nice 110MFLOPS @ 1.89Ghz with linpak up from about 80MFLOPS @ stock 1.5Ghz

Quadrant score is 3300 avg @ stock and 3744 with 1.89Ghz OC

Sweet xD

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Can you have a two way recording suport kernel ?
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Sweet new kernel.

Nice one doom, some nice changes too.

Any chance of adding some more CPU Governors and I/O Schedulers like the V(R) I/O Scheduler?

Have you tried pushing the GPU past 320Mhz at all?

Also, whats its default clock speed?

Getting a nice 110MFLOPS @ 1.89Ghz with linpak up from about 80MFLOPS @ stock 1.5Ghz

Quadrant score is 3300 avg @ stock and 3744 with 1.89Ghz OC

Sweet xD

Thanks

For now I am working on performance patches...

Haven't tested GPU overclock above 320Mhz...

Stock GPU clock is 267Mhz...





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Can you have a two way recording suport kernel ?

It's already incorporated in stock kernel...

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