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[NIGHTLY/KERNEL][USER] UNOFFICIAL CM9 + 3.0.x Kernel for K-Fire [3.0.31+ 06-28]

25th April 2012, 09:28 PM |#691  
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I've seen the video. Pretty impressive!
Did u have to install anything or is it just plug and play?
 
 
25th April 2012, 09:32 PM |#692  
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I've seen the video. Pretty impressive!
Did u have to install anything or is it just plug and play?

Just plug and play here. I did have to reboot with the Dongle in the OTG cable before it would recognize it. But it booted up working perfectly. The Fire goes to sleep and wakes up if I move the mouse or keyboard. Remote desktop works REALLY well with it.
25th April 2012, 09:37 PM |#693  
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tether gps
i was wondering if the kernel could be the problem with using the tether gps client app on my kindle? i use my galaxy s2 to create a hotspot then tether my kindle to it. in the past this has worked but know after installing the reloaded 1.2h rom it doesn't. i know the kernel is a work in progress and has been really great.
25th April 2012, 09:41 PM |#694  
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i was wondering if the kernel could be the problem with using the tether gps client app on my kindle? i use my galaxy s2 to create a hotspot then tether my kindle to it. in the past this has worked but know after installing the reloaded 1.2h rom it doesn't. i know the kernel is a work in progress and has been really great.

I've tested the wireless tethering for the phones that I currently have (about 4) and everything worked. However, it may be that there are tweaks which need to be made to wpa_supplicant to allow more phones to be tethered (and this was done in the previous ROMs, I believe).

Also, I know that on the Motorola RAZR, you need to select a "Droid RAZR" profile in Wifi Tether, before most tablet devices will be able to connect. You probably have a similar setting already setup, but this is a good item to check as well.
25th April 2012, 10:36 PM |#695  
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i can tether my kindle to my phone and it connects and i can surf the web but for some reason the tether gps client on my kindle isn't receiving data from the tether gps server on my phone. i can't discern if its the app itself or its something else. they updated the app awhile back to work on ics and it worked fine when i was on reloaded rom 1.2 but know i moved to 1.2h with kernel 3.0 #7.

edit: after flashing back to reloaded 1.2 with a different kernel i can i get it to work. hash if you are curious you can search the play store for droid 2 droid. the app is the same as tethergps but gives you more information. in that app, when i was on kernel 3.0 where my ip address should be (for my kindle that was givin from my phone) is a string of some kind with wlan0 at the end. i know thats not much help without using the app so you can see what im talking about

edit2: ok nvm i just reflashed the rom i was using and that worked so this long post is pointless. if a moderator sees this they can delete it.
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25th April 2012, 11:43 PM |#696  
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Is there any way to get the light sensor working

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26th April 2012, 12:52 AM |#697  
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Is there any way to get the light sensor working

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The light sensor was so bad Amazon disabled it in the stock kernel.

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26th April 2012, 01:08 AM |#698  
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Unless we can someday come across a fully generic driver like we have for the touch screen, it's unlikely that it will work at all, or any better than before Amazon disabled it of their own accord.

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26th April 2012, 01:16 AM |#699  
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Hash > the old 6# felt a bit quiker than the 7# build. Or is it only placebo ? And performence in both quadrant and antutu benchmark is poor.... 2100 in quadrant and 5100 in antutu.

When can we se a build @ 1.2ghz 1.3 ghz ?

Dosnt matter about the benchmark becase this kernel sets the fire on fire for real !!!

Bigup for great work keep them coming Hash !

Yeah I'm getting antsy for 1.2 GHz, but especially for 1.3 GHz. I have ALWAYS overclocked and running stock speed for me is really slow by comparison.

My guess is that we'll see overclocked versions in the next update or two.

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26th April 2012, 01:31 AM |#700  
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The light sensor was so bad Amazon disabled it in the stock kernel.

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OK thanks for the info

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