View Poll Results: What is your maximum stable(no reboots) CPU undervolting at 1GHz?
12.5 uV 10 10.64%
25.0 uV 14 14.89%
37.5 uV 14 14.89%
50.0 uV (this should be the 2nd most common) 15 15.96%
62.5 uV (this should be the most common) 29 30.85%
75.0 uV 5 5.32%
87.5 uV 4 4.26%
100.0 uV 3 3.19%
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[KERNEL] zwliew Kernel - r1 | r1.5

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18th July 2014, 03:32 PM   |  #891  
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BLN has only worked well for me in maclaw builds. TC cm11 and PA, that I use now, both have/had problems with either new or old driver
18th July 2014, 11:01 PM   |  #892  
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BLN has only worked well for me in maclaw builds. TC cm11 and PA, that I use now, both have/had problems with either new or old driver

Yeah.. by default don't work.. but if u enable manually wakelock.. then it works properly
Or simply activating Double Tap 2 Wake !.. That enables wakelock also.
22nd July 2014, 03:08 AM   |  #893  
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i believe the reboots are related to interactive governor. please use ondemand governor for now until i look into it.

Well, it seems to me that the whole kernel thingie is a way to "overoptimized" if even now interactive is not working properly anymore. I remember older builds that worked way better.

Beside this,

TC stock kernel is working nicely here, with BLN, with 200Mhz, with no reboot on 1200. (untouched) I actually don't understand, why so much people having problems with their phones.

Starting from a clean install is always the best option. (Stock ROM -> TC ROM -> Kernel)
22nd July 2014, 03:19 AM   |  #894  
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I actually don't understand, why so much people having problems with their phones.

Starting from a clean install is always the best option. (Stock ROM -> TC ROM -> Kernel)

Because they have s6d display Chip ... in this case i read only ROMs with TWRP recovery works
24th July 2014, 08:21 PM   |  #895  
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Unhappy New bug?
Hi I think I have found a new bug on bluetooth side.

In my car I use a Parrot CK3100 for handsfree and an Alpine CDE-183BT for A2DP.

If I do a call the BT Media connection of the Alpine gets dropped and I have to connect it again, but the BT Parrot handsfree does not get disconnected.

If I use the Alpine for everything (handsfree and a2dp) everything works as it is supposed to be, but I prefer to use the Parrot for handsfree because it have more quality on audio calls.

This doesn't happens on stock CM 11 TC kernel.

I am using the 15.06 kernel release because the r1 and r1.5 crashes a lot and reboots constantly. Also I can't use the stock CM11 TC kernel because it suffer a lot of audio stuttering when a new notification arrives

Regards,

PS. Sorry about my english, I am learning...
25th July 2014, 01:56 PM   |  #896  
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sorry guys, i'm discontinuing this project. it has been a great journey venturing into this 'mysterious realm' of kernel development. i've gotten my oppo find 7a(great phone) and will be working more on that instead of codina.

however, that does not mean that i'm completely leaving. i've merged quite a few commits to the teamcanjica cm11 kernel, such as the interactive governor improvements(much better than pretty much any other governor now) and lz4 kernel compression(faster boot). i'll be contributing to the stock teamcanjica kernel now instead of this kernel.

thanks for all who supported me these past few months and it's been great! cheers
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25th July 2014, 04:33 PM   |  #897  
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sorry guys, i'm discontinuing this project. it has been a great journey venturing into this 'mysterious realm' of kernel development. i've gotten my oppo find 7a(great phone) and will be working more on that instead of codina.

however, that does not mean that i'm completely leaving. i've merged quite a few commits to the teamcanjica cm11 kernel, such as the interactive governor improvements(much better than pretty much any other governor now) and lz4 kernel compression(faster boot). i'll be contributing to the stock teamcanjica kernel now instead of this kernel.

thanks for all who supported me these past few months and it's been great! cheers

Good luck bro
25th July 2014, 04:34 PM   |  #898  
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Thank you for all your work zwliew.
25th July 2014, 04:51 PM   |  #899  
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Nice to hear zwliew !! we all loocking forward with u !

I find it will be very nice if TC CM 11 ROM will support F2FS for the System Partition !
I know u can it !

And i will continue finding good safe and stable voltages for all. Stability test's are running with Stock Clocks / Voltages for now to testing the ground stability of the ROM .. and to test if my Phone is OK ...).. and later with oc and custom Voltages. I think this is the best way.
I already compared Stock Voltages with Cocafes custom Voltages (TC CM11 Default) and i find important informations.. but more comes later from me, be patient.. plz don't pm me, about this stuff.

if you want to help me all, for a standard, stable voltage which we can then use for all, then flash the stock JB and check under /d/ab8500-regulator/status and send me via pm an screenshot! The more get involved the better. But I think we would have already have 20 screenshots to make it accurate !

I will post the screenshots here in this post (all) if this is OK for zwliew !!

With this informations a can make stable voltages even for extended Steps... because the extended Steps will help for powersave and stability IF the Voltages are setted correctly !
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25th July 2014, 04:54 PM   |  #900  
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..so one man less, that was able to make 4.3.x kernel for good older roms...ehh.
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