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[Q] Which is the best Kernel that is not O/C or U/V in any way for TeamEos ICS 2.0.0?

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By dirtyyy, Member on 28th April 2012, 12:56 PM
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Whats the best kernel to use with Team EOS ICS 2.0.0 that has no o/c or u/v changes. I just want the regular speed etc but i don't mind still having the option to change it in the settings.

and where can i find it?

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29th April 2012, 12:30 AM |#2  
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EOS kernel with the Interactive governor Max setting 1000 is the factory setting.
I prefer the Lagfree governor due to smoother transitions and slightly better battery life.
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EOS kernel with the Interactive governor Max setting 1000 is the factory setting.
I prefer the Lagfree governor due to smoother transitions and slightly better battery life.

Thanks.

Where can I get these?

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29th April 2012, 02:58 PM |#4  
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Thanks.

Where can I get these?


The kernel was installed when you flashed the EOS rom.

Just go to EOS settings to change your governor settings under performance.
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The kernel was installed when you flashed the EOS rom.

Just go to EOS settings to change your governor settings under performance.

where can i get the new kernel on its own. as i flashed 3.0.5 over it?

isit worth having the new kernel?
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where can i get the new kernel on its own. as i flashed 3.0.5 over it?

isit worth having the new kernel?

Just flash the ROM again.

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Just flash the ROM again.

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Would I need to format data, cache and dalvik?

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30th April 2012, 09:14 AM |#8  
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Would I need to format data, cache and dalvik?

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No,
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