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[Q] Best OC kernal for Cyanogenmod 10.2 and 11

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5th May 2014, 07:46 AM   |  #1  
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Guys, which is the best oc kernal for cyanogenmod 10.2 and 11
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for CM10.2
try Jarvis Kernel V5. only 800Mhz so your NAND will be safe.

for CM11
try Cody Kernel v0.2 or
dark_kernel
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for CM10.2
try Jarvis Kernel V5. only 800Mhz so your NAND will be safe.

for CM11
try Cody Kernel v0.2 or
dark_kernel

hi can you give me the link of Dark Kernel
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And which oc kernel supports cm10 and cm10.1??
Thnx..
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hi can you give me the link of Dark Kernel

it's on OP thread of CM11. im sorry i can't find it because there's many post.
just explore the thread. you will find it. it was released on BETA 5 but it's working fine on RC1.
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for CM10.2
try Jarvis Kernel V5. only 800Mhz so your NAND will be safe.

for CM11
try Cody Kernel v0.2 or
dark_kernel

Is partition necessary for dark kernel in CM11 RC1? If yes, how much the partition should be?
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Is partition necessary for dark kernel in CM11 RC1? If yes, how much the partition should be?

You need two partitions..

First is sd-ext which will be your internal memory.

Second SD-Cache of 65 mb
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You need two partitions..

First is sd-ext which will be your internal memory.

Second SD-Cache of 65 mb

Thanks bro! Im goin to try this ASAP

Edit: I'll have to only create a 65 mb parttion rite? the ROM will identify it as SD-cache?
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Thanks bro! Im goin to try this ASAP

Edit: I'll have to only create a 65 mb parttion rite? the ROM will identify it as SD-cache?

@Rjrocks22 The kernel will automatically detect it.
You can change the frequency in settings-> Performance
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