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19th December 2014, 09:42 AM   |  #141  
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@bubor: can you tell me the sources of the CM11 kernel please?
Is it that one here?

https://github.com/buborh/android_de...7/tree/cm-11.0
19th December 2014, 10:24 AM   |  #142  
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that is device tree, the kernel is here: https://github.com/buborh/kernel_samsung_i927
You can found dependecy in here: https://github.com/buborh/android_de...m.dependencies
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Quote:
Originally Posted by bubor

that is device tree, the kernel is here: https://github.com/buborh/kernel_samsung_i927
You can found dependecy in here: https://github.com/buborh/android_de...m.dependencies

Thx @bubor. Is it true that the main base is the kickass kernel for your kernel? At least I understand the commit history like that so I do not understand why it is named CM11 kernel? Or is his kernel the base for that? I feel I miss something here

I achieved a major problem and I saw some people pointing out that to the kernel: extreme battery drain. I use OPG Pro as a battery stats and protection app and it told me the reason for this:
The reason is google play services app running amok and it seems to occur with a specific kernel and/or kernel version.

example report from others which reflecting my problem can be found here:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...2799210&page=3

or this one:
http://forum.cyanogenmod.org/topic/9...n/page__st__20

In my case the commands suggested can be entered, the message that it was disabled was displayed but the next time I check they are enabled again.
The only working solution for me was the app "autorun manager". I tried the autorun manager from within the app Rom Toolbox pro but it doesn't keep permanent off (means I was able to switch the intents off but the next time I check they are on again).
I disabled the systemupdate intents with autorun manager and they keep disabled and from then on no battery drain anymore.

But I wondering if that is kernel related or not because this massive drain never occured with Stock or Litekernel???


Update:
For those having the same problem there is also a detailed guide for fixing that available. Unfortunately in German only but you could paste the URL in google translate if you like:
http://www.android-hilfe.de/android-...st7846909.html


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I dont name CM11's kernel, when I made boot image for you I pull out kernel binary from CM11. Kernel source is independ. Litekernel is compiled with Linaro toolchain.
And yes I fork kick's kernel.
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Quote:
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I dont name CM11's kernel, when I made boot image for you I pull out kernel binary from CM11. Kernel source is independ. Litekernel is compiled with Linaro toolchain.
And yes I fork kick's kernel.

So you took the binary from a CM11 ROM right? Can you send me the link of that ROM and/or binary and/or the source of that kernel? Thx.


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yes.
I've already send you the kernel source link, you can found my cm roms links, but here you are: http://dualhoki.vim.hu/bubor/dev/11.0/, it was the latest.
IF you wanna get the same binary, just compress out from boot image.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by bubor

yes.
I've already send you the kernel source link, you can found my cm roms links, but here you are: http://dualhoki.vim.hu/bubor/dev/11.0/, it was the latest.
IF you wanna get the same binary, just compress out from boot image.

many thx so those are the binaries and the link you send before are the sources for those. great and thx again

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