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Well i have tested the new governors

And for me the best is smartass2

just maybe a personnal feeling but i think phone goes better in all with smartass
And what about scheduler?
 
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And what about scheduler?
I let the default one
 
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Default Internal SD as Primary

I know that it's not a popular request, but I was wondering if there is an build with internal SD as primary. It would be really helpful. Thanks
 
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Try with the 31/07 build it has the Internal primary
 
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I know that it's not a popular request, but I was wondering if there is an build with internal SD as primary. It would be really helpful. Thanks
There is a zip for last build that makes SD internal as primary. Today I will release new build so wait for this.
 
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Default New build, new twrp and a lot of changes in kernel

This is a big update. Instead of the new build of LS 3.2, there are changes in kernel and a new twrp recovery. Let's have a better look of the changes:

KERNEL:
- F2FS support
- Custom Voltage
- New Frequencies (see image below)





In order to flash the new ROM (kernel is included) you have to follow the following steps.It's quite easy procedure:
Step 1: FILES
Download twrp and rom, place zips on device storage
- twrp-2.7.1.0-F2FS-viva-by_SPanorg.zip - 7.75 MB
- LS-KK-v3.2-2014-08-20-viva.zip - 169.11 MB
- LS-KK-v3.2-2014-08-21-viva-ext.zip - 169.11 MB

Step 2: FLASHING
flash twrp-2.7.1.0-F2FS-viva-by_SPanorg
reboot into recovery - The following steps will wipe backups,storage, app data
click wipe
click advanced wipe
select data and internal storage
click Repair or change file system
click change file system
click F2FS
reboot system

Step3: INSTALL ROM,GAPPS as usually do and reboot.

(After entering for first time, go to Settings/Performance/CPU Parameters and change CPU Max Freq to whatever you like.Also in UV Table change the voltage according to the image).

If you want to flash another ROM with EXT4, you must first install the previous twrp.

ENjoy,

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Thank you very much!
Don't must we wait ten minutes before touching anything as in others?
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Thank you very much!
Don't must we wait ten minutes before touching anything as in others?
2-3 minutes should be OK.
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2-3 minutes should be OK.
And reboot?, I suppose.

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