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[KERNEL][Xperia S] DooMKernel {GB}[Rel:v04a]{STOPPED}

26th April 2012, 12:51 AM |#311  
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is it only me, or does the kernel has a huge impact on battery life?

My battery is discharging much faster lately even when in Idle.

I used to be able to sleep 8 hours without charging the phone and lose like 3 to 6% and now I am losing 30%/night
 
 
26th April 2012, 02:30 AM |#312  
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Running 9002, play games, suffering internet, manual reboot, no problem so far. Will test other test kernel.

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26th April 2012, 05:23 AM |#313  
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Thank you for this great KERNEL !

I'm your huge fan since Xperia ARC. And i bought sXs just because you bought it

Right now, i have a problem.

How can i flash this kernel if im on Stock Kernel ?

I don't have recovery mod..

Best Regards.
26th April 2012, 05:28 AM |#314  
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Originally Posted by oojjii

Thank you for this great KERNEL !

I'm your huge fan since Xperia ARC. And i bought sXs just because you bought it

Right now, i have a problem.

How can i flash this kernel if im on Stock Kernel ?

I don't have recovery mod..

Best Regards.

First you can flash v01a via fastboot
Fastboot flash boot kernel.elf



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26th April 2012, 06:52 AM |#315  
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Phone didnot wakeup when switched to interactive/cfq, need power+volume+. Im on 9002 kernel.

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26th April 2012, 07:01 AM |#316  
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Version 1 and 1a does not have these problems. What came in in the other versions? Can 't we reproduce the problem like this?

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Thats what we are bughunting... If u faced these issues help with testingg out the TEST kernels...





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Originally Posted by ciselko

I flashed test kernel 9001 and my phone stop freezing!!!

SG Generic 6921

thanx

Good but what doo u mean by freezing exactly?
Bootloop at OS startup? Or finding the device randomly powered down? Or something else?





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Originally Posted by sixdaysandy

9001 loaded and running, I can't get SmartassV2 to drop out of of it's max freq, everything else is fine :)

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Governors are not yet touched






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Originally Posted by gm007

9003 freeze and reboot.

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Quote:
Originally Posted by ciselko

9003 is ugly :( freezes and reboot

When does it freeze exactly?






Quote:
Originally Posted by sigma9988

Testing #9003
no reboot and no freeze for my phone
i used IncrediControl still fine. (192~1512)(All -75mV)
Antutu benchmark OK!

Testing #9004
no reboot and no freeze for my phone
IncrediControl changed freq. and gove , OK

Testing #9005
doing the some ,that's OK!

(haha maybe my phone dont like setcpu...so i don't test setcpu)

i have go to sleep...(GMT+8) 6:00 am~`~

Don't bother with antutu... We are doing stability testing not performance testing...





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Originally Posted by sixdaysandy

So far
9001: boots, can swap gov & io scheduler. SmartassV2 gets stuck at max.
9002: as per 9001
9003: reboots as soon as trys to mount storage
9004: works perfectly
9005: works perfectly

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So #9003 gives THE EXACT same problem as on v02?





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Thanks doom,#9003 is the only kernel that freeze and reboot the phone.
does #9007 include all the improvement found in the other test kernels??

Nope all versions are independent with different patches and are based on #9001





Quote:
Originally Posted by katsuru

is it only me, or does the kernel has a huge impact on battery life?

My battery is discharging much faster lately even when in Idle.

I used to be able to sleep 8 hours without charging the phone and lose like 3 to 6% and now I am losing 30%/night

Check the first post on how to report battery draining issues...





Quote:
Originally Posted by oojjii

Thank you for this great KERNEL !

I'm your huge fan since Xperia ARC. And i bought sXs just because you bought it

Right now, i have a problem.

How can i flash this kernel if im on Stock Kernel ?

I don't have recovery mod..

Best Regards.

If u don't have recovery yet u can flash v01a kernel using fastboot and then flash the kernel u want via recovery OR download TGE kernel u want to flash, open the zip file and extract the kernel.elf file from the kernel folder of the zip and then flash the kernel using fastboot... But in either case u will need to flash the new kernel package update.zip via recovery to get corresponding WiFi modules...

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26th April 2012, 08:34 AM |#317  
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So #9003 gives THE EXACT same problem as on v02?

Yes, identical. On my Device #9003 is the only one that doesn't boot, the device get's into the main OS, then hangs and reboots as soon as 'Preparing Internal Storage' kicks in.

last_kmsg for #9003 reboot below

last_kmsg.txt

Edit: Just tested bootability of #9006 & #9007

#9006: Boots fine, no crashes switching between govs, SmartAssV2 gets stuck at max freq.
#9007: Boots fine, works perfectly.

(I'm reporting the SmartAssV2 getting stuck at max freq if it happens on a kernel for completeness, but do you really care about that at the moment?)
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26th April 2012, 09:33 AM |#318  
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Yes, identical. On my Device #9003 is the only one that doesn't boot, the device get's into the main OS, then hangs and reboots as soon as 'Preparing Internal Storage' kicks in.

last_kmsg for #9003 reboot below

Attachment 1025455

Edit: Just tested bootability of #9006 & #9007

#9006: Boots fine, no crashes switching between govs, SmartAssV2 gets stuck at max freq.
#9007: Boots fine, works perfectly.

(I'm reporting the SmartAssV2 getting stuck at max freq if it happens on a kernel for completeness, but do you really care about that at the moment?)

Thats good news...

Optimizing/tweaking the governors is of low priority.... The most important thing right now is to find the bug which is causing the device to go into bootloop when entering into the OS and then find out what's causing the power off on some devices (lets call this "dead-sleep" )...


I am myself testing #9001 right now and I haven't found the device in "dead-sleep"...

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26th April 2012, 09:37 AM |#319  
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Fast test
All kernels except #9003 boots properly

#9003 gives the exact same problem as on v02
26th April 2012, 09:45 AM |#320  
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I tried all the test kernels yesterday and 9003 is the only kernel that freeze while booting like sixdaysandy said.
I kept 9004 and now aftet 7 hours it's working fine (only smartassv2 bug keep the cpu at higher freq).

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