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[Q] Kernel for KitKat

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19th April 2014, 04:11 PM   |  #1  
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I've read a lot on forums but I can't find a consistent answer.

There are any custom kernel for CM11 on S Advance. I'm quite satisfied with CM11 kernel, but some optimizations are welcome, y'a know...
19th April 2014, 04:45 PM   |  #2  
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I've read a lot on forums but I can't find a consistent answer.

There are any custom kernel for CM11 on S Advance. I'm quite satisfied with CM11 kernel, but some optimizations are welcome, y'a know...

In latest CM11 there is custom kernel (and in the ones before). It has stuff from CoCore.

You can read its thread, y'a know.
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In latest CM11 there is custom kernel (and in the ones before). It has stuff from CoCore.

You can read its thread, y'a know.

Is it on last CM11 by TeamCanjica (the post on Original Development), or is another custom CM11 build?
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Is it on last CM11 by TeamCanjica (the post on Original Development), or is another custom CM11 build?

That is that.
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That is that.

Thanks, that is the version I just installed on my sis phone
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Thanks, that is the version I just installed on my sis phone

It has OC too, like CoCore. But it is not stable, on performance governor it is.
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It has OC too, like CoCore. But it is not stable, on performance governor it is.

Well, I saw in performance options that the max clock is 1000 MHz, and it has some governors. But at the stock clock the system is fast and smooth, a lot different from the stock JB from Samsung (anyway, I hate that Touchwiz UI).

I'm waiting a CM11 version to my Xperia L too, and I'll see the difference in the two systems.
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It has OC too, like CoCore. But it is not stable, on performance governor it is.

Will OC ever be stable for our phone? Maybe?
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Will OC ever be stable for our phone? Maybe?

I do not know that. Maybe Cocafe or someone else find a way to be. Someday.

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