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[KERNEL][4.3/4.4][AOSP] BMS d2tmo 3.4.y [2014-08-03]

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23rd February 2013, 06:33 PM |#21  
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Re: [KERNEL][JB42][AOSP] BMS d2tmo [2013-02-20]
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Stupid question might get stupid answer but... How does this kernel work with the newest PACman ROM? I've been wanting to see what this baby is capable of and are there stock kernels out there just in case?

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It should improve your battery life and performance try the Wheatley and row setup and give it a day or 2 and I'm sure you will be pleased.
Its nice to have this kernel available like I said before its the only one I've not had any issues with.

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23rd February 2013, 07:07 PM |#22  
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Trying smartass2/row now. Battery life should be extended I think.

Oh, forgot to mention that Pac-man rom for the d2spr is actually adding BMS as the default kernel
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Morfic is awesome as always. Thanks OP for posting. Everything works on this kernel and people who are wondering about the battery, not that it matters much but battery is good too.

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Just loaded this Bad-Mamma-Jamma up on my S3 and I've noticed the difference in little things, seems a little snappier. Though it could be a placebo effect... doubt it. Always, thanks to the OP for the Kernel, and I'll report back after a couple days of use.
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Morfic is awesome as always. Thanks OP for posting. Everything works on this kernel and people who are wondering about the battery, not that it matters much but battery is good too.

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Sorry mate, Meant to thank you too for porting but couldn't really find your thread. So thank you again. Cheers.
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Sorry mate, Meant to thank you too for porting but couldn't really find your thread. So thank you again. Cheers.

No worries, enjoy.
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Just loaded this Bad-Mamma-Jamma up on my S3 and I've noticed the difference in little things, seems a little snappier. Though it could be a placebo effect... doubt it. Always, thanks to the OP for the Kernel, and I'll report back after a couple days of use.

I'm just the guy who posts this stuff. Give your thanks to GideonX!
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Trying smartass2/row now. Battery life should be extended I think.

Oh, forgot to mention that Pac-man rom for the d2spr is actually adding BMS as the default kernel

Switched to Smartass as well. It's a bit early but I think this combo is amazingly actually better for battery life with no loss in responsiveness.

Thanks again for this awesome kernel!
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I'll add 192 in the next release.

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Can't wait for the next update...
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