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Hello friends
last days i'd successfully compiled kernel for GT-N7100 and its work great
added cpu governor
1-but how can compile new gpu driver and use it in kernel?
2-how can identify hardwares to use different driver like wlan?
3-some kernel have extra features like changing gpu freq.how?
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Hello friends
last days i'd successfully compiled kernel for GT-N7100 and its work great
added cpu governor
1-but how can compile new gpu driver and use it in kernel?
2-how can identify hardwares to use different driver like wlan?
3-some kernel have extra features like changing gpu freq.how?
Thank you
Hi @juan503.

Congrats on your working kernel!

Since we here at XDA Assist merely point you in the right direction, we do not provide tech support; I cannot answer all your questions.

There is however quite a few threads on how to add features to a kernel, and what you don't find in them you can ask there.

Check these out:

Adding features to your kernel - XDA University
[GUIDE] How to compile kernel EASIEST WAY + add features + useful tools

Good luck on your development!

 

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