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|KERNEL| SaberKernel_45.3 || 3.0.97 || UC-100mhz || OC-1960mhz || exFAT | 10|03

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Flashed the latest version and it broke xposed :S All my settings/apps are back to default 320dpi.

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GPS works for me with this kernel.. You wipe cache/dalvik and perform a full SHUTDOWN (not reboot)?? Did you wait the full 5 minutes or so after flashing the kernel before messing with the phone?

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Worked like a charm!!!! Double THANKS!!!!
Awesome!

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helps give the system time to settle in, all scripts to do their thing, etc.
Well, this was the answer I was looking for. I will make sure I do this no matter what ROM/Kernel I am flashing.
 
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Will have to forgive me for not reading the entire thread to see if this was brought up or not... Running jedi xpx and latest kernel my gyroscope was going crazy in the camera app.... Couldn't decide if it was in landscape or portrait. Installed the factor kernel and it stopped. Complete wipe and reload of jedi has it doing the same thing... Install factory kernel and it stops again

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Anyone having this same issue or just an issue I had? Makes a difference if I continue with this kernel or go back to some previous ones I have tried. Sorry for the quote post but didn't get a single response.

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Just received my MHL adapter in the mail so I will test audio when I get home tonight

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Anyone having this same issue or just an issue I had? Makes a difference if I continue with this kernel or go back to some previous ones I have tried. Sorry for the quote post but didn't get a single response.

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Did you try to run the gyro calibration already? Settings > Motion > Advanced Settings > Gyro Calibration
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Tried re flashing the kernel doing as conservative an approach as possible.
Wipe cache and dalvik
Flash the kernel
Power off completely
Boot in to system
Wait 30 minutes, not touching anything.
Full power off.
Boot in to system and let it sit not touching for 30 minutes.
Restart phone let sit for 30 minutes, then start using it.

Still having Max cpu frequency issues

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Also I have found something that may be a coincidence or maybe not. It seems to fix itself after 10 minutes

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Tried re flashing the kernel doing as conservative an approach as possible.
Wipe cache and dalvik
Flash the kernel
Power off completely
Boot in to system
Wait 30 minutes, not touching anything.
Full power off.
Boot in to system and let it sit not touching for 30 minutes.
Restart phone let sit for 30 minutes, then start using it.

Still having Max cpu frequency issues

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Try System Tuner or CPU Master to set frequencies. Plus it's kind of hard to gauge usage over an 11 second or minute span...

Download one of those (they have free versions)... TWRP wipe cache/dalvik, install kernel, wipe cache/dalvik, boot up, wait 5 minutes, set frequency in one of the above mentioned cpu control aps, set to apply on boot, full power off, remove battery, wait 5 minutes, re-insert battery, boot up, run a battery of diagnostics at it, let it rest for 10-15 minutes, watch youtube for a bit, do real world things on it for a bit, and then check time in state.

Also... Do you have an CPU profiles in place?
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