[I9001]CM11 ADC + K^Kernel 3.4.77 v1.3 370 mem

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By Hertz23, Junior Member on 5th February 2014, 04:28 PM
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Hello, I flashed my first rom on the i9001,

Just posting here the screens from antutu tests.

GOOD ROM thks developers from ADC team and Christopher83 for the Kernel.

I'm using:
[I9001][ROM][ION][KK][4.4.2][KOT49H] CyanogenMod 11.0 by ADC-Team - Beta 4 (ION) - Kernel 3.4.x
[KERNEL][3.4.77][KK][ION] K^Kernel 3.4.77 v1.3 for KK 4.4 ION+PMEM ADSP [26/01/2014] -> EXUV with 370 RAM

SmartassV2 245-1516 Mhz

I dont know, but when i flashed the rom i got these message about MD5 file, its normal? I can make a tutorial from stock to this rom if needed, but i dont know if i do right!

How can I control more kernel settings? semaphore manager?
There is any twek to do on this amazing cell?

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8th February 2014, 02:16 AM |#2  
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Ur written english is so bad. No offense but I dont understand ur question and the point of this thread.

I can try to answer ur questions as I understand them:

Md5 is the checksum. U can check whether ur file was downloaded correctly or not.

And u can tweak a lot with the App "Performance Control" or if u want to try at ur own: u can change the values in the settings file "build.prop" in system.
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