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24th February 2013, 12:08 AM   |  #4171  
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mr1 being tested now. Maybe tomorrow. Maybe next week.

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can u give us anything to look forward to? like any tips about what will be new
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24th February 2013, 12:11 AM   |  #4172  
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Re: [KERNEL][3G+WIFI][4.2.2] M-Kernel - a37
Suspense is better.

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Suspense is better.

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Can we test also?

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can u give us anything to look forward to? like any tips about what will be new

It isn't an alpha. You think I would just throw in new features and patches and call it stable?

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24th February 2013, 05:09 AM   |  #4175  
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Can we test also?

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You did. a37. And then the people who helped fix the WiFi bug.

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24th February 2013, 06:10 AM   |  #4176  
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It isn't an alpha. You think I would just throw in new features and patches and call it stable?

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to be honest i didnt really know what to expect... ohhh btw, in case ur interested, the problem i had with 4 different nexus 7 (games stuttering) was solved with 1 simple tweak, moved all of the gpu voltages down 75 mv and max freq down to 474, now even most wanted runs as smooth as ive never seen it b4. i may be wrong, but i think that setting the oc of the gpu higher than this will only make it overheat or maybe something else will cause instability at higher speeds idk in depth. just thought itd be some useful info
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to be honest i didnt really know what to expect... ohhh btw, in case ur interested, the problem i had with 4 different nexus 7 (games stuttering) was solved with 1 simple tweak, moved all of the gpu voltages down 75 mv and max freq down to 474, now even most wanted runs as smooth as ive never seen it b4. i may be wrong, but i think that setting the oc of the gpu higher than this will only make it overheat or maybe something else will cause instability at higher speeds idk in depth. just thought itd be some useful info


Yeah, I've gotten a bit curious with GPU overclock since I moved from Franco's kernel. With his, I left it at 600 with no apparent issues. With a37, I get crashes with anything higher that about 560 even before opening a GPU-intensive game. That being said, overall performance seems better with a37 even with the lower clocked GPU.

I don't notice any stuttering with Most Wanted, except just once every few races I have a big one or even two second pause. I'll try dropping GPU down even further as you suggested and see if it helps.

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24th February 2013, 09:50 AM   |  #4178  
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Re: [KERNEL][3G+WIFI][4.2.2] M-Kernel - a37
Dear meralice
Do u have a brother called X

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=37681232
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24th February 2013, 10:36 AM   |  #4179  
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You did. a38. And then the people who helped fix the WiFi bug.

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I've been following the Thread as usual the last couple of days and seen all the test builds you posted, but I never really figgured out what that "WiFi bug" really did. So now, although it seems to be fixed, I'm still curious. What was wrong?

Btw. thanks for all you hard work \m/
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Re: [KERNEL][3G+WIFI][4.2.2] M-Kernel - a37
Anyone test this scenario to which yields better battery life?

4 cores on with low max speed (800)

Versus

2 cores on with high max speed (1300)

Using trickster mod?

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