[Kernel] Furnace-2.0.0 for AOSP/LG ROMs [LS/VS980/D800/1/2/3/F320x][4/6/2014]
This is a kernel based on LGE Source Code and AOSPA-Legacy Source built with Google's 4.7 GCC. This is my first time messing with kernels, but I'm really hoping to make this a great and reliable project.
I will update this kernel as long as I have time, introducing new features and fixes for any issues that may arise.
This kernel is available for both AOSP and LG Stock ROMs.
Linux Kernel 3.4.86
Google 4.7 GCC
IntelliPlug (With custom strict mode)
westwood TCP default
deadline iosched default
Overclock to 2.5Ghz
Underclock to 96Mhz
For stock based kernels, the last version to support JB is 1.7.1, available here.
Since anykernel is not yet available for the G2 due to loki, kernels must be flashed as boot.img's with a fixed ramdisk. This means as someone using an AOSP ROM, you would not be able to flash an AOSP kernel on any other ROM than the one the ramdisk is based from.
Until we have anykernel support, I've put this together for devs looking to integrate this kernel into their projects or users who want to use my kernel on a non-CM based AOSP ROM.
You will need to get a hold of the latest unpackbootimg/mkbootimg, I recommend CM11 source.
Anybody tested out the kernel yet? Any good/bad reviews? Im itching to try it out so bad, but I tried the other kernel in the G2 development thread by Wooster (i think) and it jacked my phone up a lil bit. Wouldnt officially connect to Sprint network and wouldnt let me update my profite while I was on it. So I'm waiting to hear some feedback before I try this one out to save me the headache. A good custom kernel is the last piece of the puzzle I need to be totally happy on a STOCK ROM for damn near the first time ever lol. Loving my Xposed tweaks now...just need that custom kernel to make it officially official lol.
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