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[KERNEL][AOSP][4.2.2] 4Aces updated 6/04

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17th February 2013, 07:32 PM |#31  
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Re: [KERNEL][WIP][4.2.1] 4Aces
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If anyone has any request or suggestions, im open to hear them...

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For all the OC requests.

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Re: [KERNEL][WIP][4.2.1] 4Aces
Suggestion of linaro tool chain.

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Agree. Thats crazy i was just wondering if or when Those request was going to start.. Ive been testing this out since the release an Oc is not needed (yes faster is better) 4.2 is much faster than 4.1.x. I love all the options with this kernel...

Once again thanks OP and everyone one whis involved in galaxy development...

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17th February 2013, 09:10 PM |#34  
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Will the latest builds work with jelly beer 4.2.2 ?

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I can only garuntee it will work with Jamie's because he builds with it... but for the most part, if they are 4.2.2 then it should work... if it doesnt i can look into it..
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17th February 2013, 09:11 PM |#35  
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I said I was open to hear them, I won't entertain every idea posted... some are good to laugh at..
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Works with the official 10.1 nightly (2/17). Can't access the fast charge settings but that would be a given.
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Works with the official 10.1 nightly (2/17). Can't access the fast charge settings but that would be a given.

you can push the APK and it will work fine..
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I don't care about OC, but any chance for UVing? Or do those go hand-in-hand?

Either way, great kernel, and I like using the work of someone who's not an egotistical jackass.
17th February 2013, 11:36 PM |#39  
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I don't care about OC, but any chance for UVing? Or do those go hand-in-hand?

Either way, great kernel, and I like using the work of someone who's not an egotistical jackass.

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Thanks for your efforts too! This kernel has been running wonderfully with Jamie's rom on my Note, nothing but pure buttery smoothness.

All I'd like is voltage control, which github says you've already authored, so I'll assume it'll be in the next build? I don't care about overclocking either but undervolting is a great way to save some precious battery juice.

Regardless, thanks again
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