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My Grand is rebooting frequently after installing carbon rom and nebula kernel
When I run any game, It starts to reboot. This happens even , when the screen is off.
That's why I reverted back to cm11
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My Grand is rebooting frequently after installing carbon rom and nebula kernel
When I run any game, It starts to reboot. This happens even , when the screen is off.
That's why I reverted back to cm11
It's not because of ROM man.... It's kernel who giving random reboots.. U really should read at least few pages of it before flashing brother ... It's under development... Hope we get a stable kernel (nebula kernel ) soon.....
Till then.. Just use pre included one in ROM
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Nebula kernel is really unstable, I suggest you not flash it if you're planning to use it as a daily driver. Carbon/CM11 default kernel is already snappy, but if you want more governor/IO scheduler/overclocking more than 1.3 GHz then try k2wl's evolution kernel.

It still doesn't have KSM (kernel samepage merging) which is supposed to lower the RAM usage, but I think all AOSP-based ROMs are already very low on RAM usage.
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Nebula kernel is really unstable, I suggest you not flash it if you're planning to use it as a daily driver. Carbon/CM11 default kernel is already snappy, but if you want more governor/IO scheduler/overclocking more than 1.3 GHz then try k2wl's evolution kernel.

It still doesn't have KSM (kernel samepage merging) which is supposed to lower the RAM usage, but I think all AOSP-based ROMs are already very low on RAM usage.
Thnxx bro, I'll use the evolution kernel, but k2wl hasn't released the latest version yet
Kernels are my speciality....

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Galaxy Grand Duos:
*DedS 4.4 Kernel
*DedS 4.2.2 Stock Kernel

Micromax Canvas 2:
*DedS 4.2.x Kernel

Galaxy Grand 2:
*DedS 4.3 JB Kernel
*DedS v2 4.4 KK Kernel

Motorola Moto X:
*Drool 4.4 KK Kernel
 
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Thnxx bro, I'll use the evolution kernel, but k2wl hasn't released the latest version yet
Well holidays are already over, so I guess he's now busy with work/school/college. Devs are just regular guys...

The KSM feature isn't that much of a different anyway... What I'm hoping to see in next version is more frequency steps... as of now it is 312-600-800-1200-more but it should be better if like this: 100-200-312-400-500-600-700-800-900-1000-1100-1200... Hahaha maybe I'm asking a bit too much.
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Well holidays are already over, so I guess he's now busy with work/school/college. Devs are just regular guys...

The KSM feature isn't that much of a different anyway... What I'm hoping to see in next version is more frequency steps... as of now it is 312-600-800-1200-more but it should be better if like this: 100-200-312-400-500-600-700-800-900-1000-1100-1200... Hahaha maybe I'm asking a bit too much.
Why would anyone want to drop as low as 100 Mhz if 312 is good and battery saving??
Kernels are my speciality....

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Galaxy Grand Duos:
*DedS 4.4 Kernel
*DedS 4.2.2 Stock Kernel

Micromax Canvas 2:
*DedS 4.2.x Kernel

Galaxy Grand 2:
*DedS 4.3 JB Kernel
*DedS v2 4.4 KK Kernel

Motorola Moto X:
*Drool 4.4 KK Kernel
 
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Why would anyone want to drop as low as 100 Mhz if 312 is good and battery saving??
Yes I think it will... because there are some apps that sync in the background (such as Google apps) even when the device is asleep. With the current frequency steps it is either Deep Sleep (no CPU activity at all) or 312 MHz... and I think 312 MHz is still too high for only background app syncing while asleep... just my 2 cents.

But I imagine people who use conservative governor will have a hard time using 100 MHz as the minimum frequency... because the governor scales the freq so slow, the phone will lag a lot longer when waking up
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