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[KERNEL] Custom Kernel for YP-G1 USA + INTL (5/3/12) [UPDATE: R3]

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26th April 2012, 05:09 AM   |  #11  
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Ext4 file system is much faster than Samsung's proprietary rfs filesystem. It is basically voodoo lagfix, except you have to manually convert instead of it doing it automatically.

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27th April 2012, 01:44 AM   |  #12  
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Ext4 file system is much faster than Samsung's proprietary rfs filesystem. It is basically voodoo lagfix, except you have to manually convert instead of it doing it automatically.

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So that makes closer to how others like HTC does it?
27th April 2012, 02:11 AM   |  #13  
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So that makes closer to how others like HTC does it?

I'm not sure what HTC uses, but the Linux standard us ext4.

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Updated to r2.

Edit: oh yeah, some suggestions for a kernel name would be nice.

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Hmm, how about "Klin's kool kernal"

Or "Klin's kustom kernal" might be better?

"Netarchy/coolbho3ks SoD patch from Entropy512's source"
What is that, btw? Nvm about that, just read about it in entropy512's thread.

One more thing: you said somewhere that you had ported a newer version of cwm than what is in Steve's rom, is that in here?

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Hmm, how about "Klin's kool kernal"

Or "Klin's kustom kernal" might be better?

"Netarchy/coolbho3ks SoD patch from Entropy512's source"
What is that, btw? Nvm about that, just read about it in entropy512's thread.

One more thing: you said somewhere that you had ported a newer version of cwm than what is in Steve's rom, is that in here?

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Thanks for the suggestions.
The CWM had too many problems than it was worth to sort everything out so I'll have to stick to steves cwm implementation for now.

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29th April 2012, 09:26 AM   |  #17  
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Nice!
Can I just flash this over the current kernel? (R1)
I'm on your r5 ROM.
And also, does this version fix the lagging issues in internet browsers and games?
29th April 2012, 03:23 PM   |  #18  
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Can I just flash this over the current kernel? (R1)
I'm on your r5 ROM.
And also, does this version fix the lagging issues in internet browsers and games?

Yes it is compatible with my ROMs. I'm not sure if it fixes the issues because I'm not using Klassic anymore so I can't test it. But I'm using rooted/deodexed stock with this kernel and it is pretty smooth.

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29th April 2012, 06:15 PM   |  #19  
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Yes it is compatible with my ROMs. I'm not sure if it fixes the issues because I'm not using Klassic anymore so I can't test it. But I'm using rooted/deodexed stock with this kernel and it is pretty smooth.

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Found a problem. If you are to flash r2 from stock and follow the steps you get suck and the logo. You have to flash r1 follow the steps and then r2.

Edit: On a side note I only see system and cache are the only ones that are converted to ext4. Is that supposed to happen?
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30th April 2012, 12:29 AM   |  #20  
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Hey klin, can you post screenshots of the mounts like mine on the post above so I know I'm not alone? The app is Android system info. I feel bad for you cause it seems like i'm annoying you with problems

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