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18th July 2013, 03:09 PM   |  #1161  
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Had similar issue. Fixed by deleting all files from /data/.perseus folder.
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18th July 2013, 03:29 PM   |  #1162  
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Had similar issue. Fixed by deleting all files from /data/.perseus folder.

talking about the camera issue?
18th July 2013, 08:02 PM   |  #1163  
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Had similar issue. Fixed by deleting all files from /data/.perseus folder.

Yep fixed my boot loops, just renamed the .perseus folder to something else and it created a new one.
18th July 2013, 10:02 PM   |  #1164  
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I knew it.!
http://www.gsmarena.com/enhanced_exy...-news-6413.php
18th July 2013, 10:51 PM   |  #1165  
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I knew it.!
http://www.gsmarena.com/enhanced_exy...-news-6413.php

Maybe I'm wrong but I think this is not relevant to Perseos kernel.
18th July 2013, 11:05 PM   |  #1166  
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Maybe I'm wrong but I think this is not relevant to Perseos kernel.

Not completely, but it is partially related.
The link is about a new and improved version of the processor found in i9500 on which Perseus kernel is based.
The new processor should be like a Rev 2.0. It might not be crippled like the one found in i9500.
Thus, it might be the first proper "Octa" processor.
Many people were unhappy in this thread about the i9500 proc not working as it was supposed to.
When we will have a proper working one, we can isolate the difference.

Also like in the S3 and Note 2 case. The other processor is higher clocked and can further demonstrate the capabilities/limits of this Chipset.
18th July 2013, 11:10 PM   |  #1167  
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Originally Posted by Fienman

Not completely, but it is partially related.
The link is about a new and improved version of the processor found in i9500 on which Perseus kernel is based.
The new processor should be like a Rev 2.0. It might not be crippled like the one found in i9500.
Thus, it might be the first proper "Octa" processor.
Many people were unhappy in this thread about the i9500 proc not working as it was supposed to.
When we will have a proper working one, we can isolate the difference.

Also like in the S3 and Note 2 case. The other processor is higher clocked and can further demonstrate the capabilities/limits of this Chipset.

The to-be-announced new processor is the 5420, it's not a new revision of the 5410. It has the same target clocks as the 5410 but with a properly working CCI to be able to use GTS, and the GPU is replaced with a new generation Mali T62X instead of the SGX 544. It also has some other miscellaneous updates like VP9 encoder/decoder. It'll debut in the new Chromebook this fall.
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When we will have a proper working one, we can isolate the difference.

I already know the differences. In any case - it's not useful in regard to the 5410.
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18th July 2013, 11:19 PM   |  #1168  
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Originally Posted by Fienman

Not completely, but it is partially related.
The link is about a new and improved version of the processor found in i9500 on which Perseus kernel is based.
The new processor should be like a Rev 2.0. It might not be crippled like the one found in i9500.
Thus, it might be the first proper "Octa" processor.
Many people were unhappy in this thread about the i9500 proc not working as it was supposed to.
When we will have a proper working one, we can isolate the difference.

Also like in the S3 and Note 2 case. The other processor is higher clocked and can further demonstrate the capabilities/limits of this Chipset.

Forgive my ignorance, but what are the problems with the i9500 processor. I'm aware they're some issues as someone told me that's why we haven't gotten any aosp roms (something about developers hating the proc.) but I don't actually know what the problems with it are :s

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18th July 2013, 11:25 PM   |  #1169  
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Forgive my ignorance, but what are the problems with the i9500 processor. I'm aware they're some issues as someone told me that's why we haven't gotten any aosp roms (something about developers hating the proc.) but I don't actually know what the problems with it are :s

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Andrei has explained it in detail here:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2191850

Have a good read.
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18th July 2013, 11:37 PM   |  #1170  
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Andrei has explained it in detail here:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2191850

Have a good read.

Also found this :

http://androidfannetwork.com/2013/05...stom-rom-love/

It's a real shame... Anyone think we may see aosp in the near future?
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