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5th August 2012, 04:26 AM |#431  
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hmm..
i dont know that i would trust someone named John Corleone to "take care" of me..

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Where's the 1700+ builds? I am cruising along at 1640...edit...can someone post an Antutu link, shows not compatible

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5th August 2012, 04:29 AM |#432  
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Where's the 1700+ builds? I am cruising along at 1640

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there are none. but there is a 1666 build

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Where's the 1700+ builds? I am cruising along at 1640

Current devices: GNex, S3, Ego LTE, and N7

btw, from your screenshot, turn fsync off and turn on force gpu acceleration in developer settings
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5th August 2012, 04:32 AM |#433  
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there are none. but there is a 1666 build

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btw, from your screenshot, turn fsync off and turn on force gpu acceleration in developer settings

Was playing it safe. I wanted to see if it made it through some tests with fsync on

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5th August 2012, 04:35 AM |#434  
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Was playing it safe. I wanted to see if it made it through some tests with fsync on

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the option is only in alpha37, none earlier.
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Getting some lines/artifacts on 37. Had to flash back to stock kernel just to make sure I wasn't seeing things. Is the GPU oced in 37?

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5th August 2012, 05:44 AM |#436  
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I will donate $50


Where's the 1700+ builds? I am cruising along at 1640...edit...can someone post an Antutu link, shows not compatible

Current devices: GNex, S3, Ego LTE, and N7

install on phone, move from phone to The Seven
via dropbox, adb, your choice
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Getting some lines/artifacts on 37. Had to flash back to stock kernel just to make sure I wasn't seeing things. Is the GPU oced in 37?

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Yeah, back on 446MHz and while it seems less noticeable, i see the occasional jump on screen , presumably when switching frequencies because it tends to happen within a time frame of not using it, while swiping, opening apps, displaying things it behaves.

Edit: Stock is 416MHz, so it's a measly 30MHz to bring on the glitchyness.
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Getting some lines/artifacts on 37. Had to flash back to stock kernel just to make sure I wasn't seeing things. Is the GPU oced in 37?

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Same here, mostly on tapatalk though.

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Yeah, back on 446MHz and while it seems less noticeable, i see the occasional jump on screen , presumably when switching frequencies because it tends to happen within a time frame of not using it, while swiping, opening apps, displaying things it behaves.

Edit: Stock is 416MHz, so it's a measly 30MHz to bring on the glitchyness.

Damn just 30mhz, was hoping for a bit more headroom than that. Granted it doesn't really need more power but it's fun to see how far you can push it.

Speaking of which, does anyone know how cold a temp is safe to subject the n7 too? Can't seem to find operating temps anywhere

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5th August 2012, 07:18 AM |#440  
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Code:
pcm.usbdac {
type hw;
card Audio;
}
ctl.usbdac {
type hw;
card Audio;
}
pcm.!default usbdac
Back up your asound.conf and add this (or for simplicity sake, replace it with this)

This allows me to use my Nexus 7 to play over my Fiio E10 USB DAC, N7 + E10 + HD380 == fun.

it's too late for me to work on combining this with the stock asound.conf

We are lucky, no such file or luck on GN or SGS3 yet, need to first understand how alsa works on those phones.
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5th August 2012, 07:49 AM |#441  
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This kernel is dirty.. check this battery life. On pace for nearly 10hours of on screen! ;S



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