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[Kernel][Sense 4] crpalmer | August 25, 2013

25th February 2013, 01:04 AM |#111  
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ok i got that fixed everything went great. it had another error abootimg command not found. so i updated git with the eroor but i thought i seen the command in makefile or do i need to install it into a specific folder?

abootimg is a linux command that you'll need to install. Probably

sudo apt-get install abootimg

will be what you need.
 
 
25th February 2013, 04:15 AM |#112  
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Yeah I edited same time u posted Lmao I forgot about abootimg everything went great
25th February 2013, 07:15 AM |#113  
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Re: [Kernel] [Feb 22] crpalmer's [Linaro 4.8 -O3] [Linux 3.4.33][hotplug, thermald, e
Crpalmer, as much as I like sweep2wake being left out, snuzzo (rezound developer, great dude) and I may have figured out something that would be helpful for you if you do decide to build with s2w.

If it ends up being useful and tests good ill shoot you a PM and send it to you.

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Re: [Kernel] [Feb 22] crpalmer's [Linaro 4.8 -O3] [Linux 3.4.33][hotplug, thermald, e
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Crpalmer, as much as I like sweep2wake being left out, snuzzo (rezound developer, great dude) and I may have figured out something that would be helpful for you if you do decide to build with s2w.

If it ends up being useful and tests good ill shoot you a PM and send it to you.

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I'm a S2W user. FWIW, Cubed S2W seems much more responsive to the touch than Beastmode S2W.

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25th February 2013, 06:24 PM |#115  
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I searched the thread for "wireless" before posting this and got no results so here goes...

Anyone have trouble using a wireless charger? I've been on this kernel for 2-3 days with great success (both in regards to battery life and performance) but I just took it off my wireless charger and had to hold the power button to reboot because the orange LED never turned off and the screen wouldn't wake up.

I do have my min at 192 and max at 1712 but I am running the "faster" processor and haven't had any issues with lowering the min or raising the max in the past.

I am open to any suggestions...

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25th February 2013, 06:36 PM |#116  
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What are your setting wireless works greats for me
25th February 2013, 08:38 PM |#117  
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Re: [Kernel] [Feb 22] crpalmer's [Linaro 4.8 -O3] [Linux 3.4.33][hotplug, thermald, e
What version are you using?

Did you change any voltages?

FYI, I use a wireless charger every day but I am binned as fast.
25th February 2013, 09:01 PM |#118  
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What version are you using?

Did you change any voltages?

FYI, I use a wireless charger every day but I am binned as fast.

I am using the latest version and the only adjustments I make from stock are to lower the min speed and raise the max.

I will test it again tomorrow, I only use my wireless charger at my office and have left for the day.

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Re: [Kernel] [Feb 22] crpalmer's [Linaro 4.8 -O3] [Linux 3.4.33][hotplug, thermald, e
Oh, and if you haven't rebooted since, can you try to grab a copy of /proc/last_kmsg?
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Oh, and if you haven't rebooted since, can you try to grab a copy of /proc/last_kmsg?

Just sent you a PM

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