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[Kernel][26/04][N7100 N7105 N7108 R950] Perseus

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13th February 2013, 05:20 PM |#2541  
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the allshare thingy only works when you are on all stock.

i think it will work only if system status are normal
 
 
13th February 2013, 06:05 PM |#2542  
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yahyoh, i have tryed your settings: Sampling rate : 25000uS , up threshold : 90 % , frequency responsive : 500Mhz

I gotta say even on battery saving mode the phone itself was pretty fast. Thanks for the idea.
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Hi there is a new user to this kernel I have a few questions.
I am most interested in tweaking the audio and the image picture saturation and color. For the moment I don't have any intention or need for overclocking were revolting.
What I would like to know is if people can recommend some picture settings that should help calibrate the screen to be more accurate in color representation similar to the iPhone.
And also I was wondering in the stock set up I am wondering how the battery life compares to the stock kernel.
13th February 2013, 06:58 PM |#2544  
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I'm using this kernel and it wont allow me use the swap the sd zip? The stock kernel does though. Any ideas? Thanks

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**** anime release groups for making hardware decoding on virtually all devices obsolete, right?

No kidding :P So much is only released in 10bit now that there is a group that does re-encodes. http://deadfish-encodes.com/ - though their site seems pretty broken atm.
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Hi&thanks. ?..
No all in stock ....just apply triangle away ...and all it's all right but just when I change the Kernel don't work...I'm on Omega Rom with all statues 0
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yahyoh, i have tryed your settings: Sampling rate : 25000uS , up threshold : 90 % , frequency responsive : 500Mhz

I gotta say even on battery saving mode the phone itself was pretty fast. Thanks for the idea.

I really don't understand how this made any difference. The default settings for up_threshold is 82... this made it slower to respond technically.

Set your frequency for responsiveness to 900
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I really don't understand how this made any difference. The default settings for up_threshold is 82... this made it slower to respond technically.

Set your frequency for responsiveness to 900

Nice 900 works great

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I really don't understand how this made any difference. The default settings for up_threshold is 82... this made it slower to respond technically.

Set your frequency for responsiveness to 900

not really , 25000uS will make it respond a bit faster and the 90 up_threshold will save some battery ( i think ), 900 MHz for responsiveness is too much i did some tests and 500Mhz is more than enough IMO

with my setting everything seems smooth without any stuttering
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not really , 25000uS will make it respond a bit faster and the 90 up_threshold will save some battery ( i think ), 900 MHz for responsiveness is too much i did some tests and 500Mhz is more than enough IMO

with my setting everything seems smooth without any stuttering

ya I tested it wtih 800mhz and had a few problems but at 500 I had 0. everything Is indeed smoother and without problems.

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not really , 25000uS will make it respond a bit faster and the 90 up_threshold will save some battery ( i think ), 900 MHz for responsiveness is too much i did some tests and 500Mhz is more than enough IMO

with my setting everything seems smooth without any stuttering

Correct me if I am wrong but 90% being the up threshold for changing cpu clock upwards means it will wait till the cpu reaches 90% of its processing capacity before the kernel 'allow' it to go to the next higher speed. So it will save some more battery indeed yet it will be staying a little longer in the lower cpu clock speed before it goes up to the next cpu clock speed level (theoreticaly at least) as opposed to 82% (default). So indeed Yahyoh is right I think. Its the responsiveness threshold that makes the difference combined with the smaller polling time (25000ms instead of 30000ms) which will help cpu decide quicker if it needs to up the clock and thus shorten response time hence having a quicker response in this case. Just my 2 cents tho so if I am wrong do feel free to correct me as it will be beneficial for everyone reading this thread.
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