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[Kernel][CM][4.4.4][October 22] TinyKernel

Announcement from tiny4579: TinyKernel 2.3 is live! Please check the OP for details
14th March 2015, 03:12 AM |#221  
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I wanna do one more build for cm11. No ETA's.

I forgot about this. I could push an update for cm11 but I'm not sure much changed on the cm11 upstream side.
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I forgot about this. I could push an update for cm11 but I'm not sure much changed on the cm11 upstream side.

Can you do one for CM12 ?
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16th March 2015, 03:06 AM |#223  
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Can you do one for CM12 ?
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Not sure now. My brother was in need of a phone. His sgs2 had a charger port issue and could not hold s charge well anymore, so my m7 went to him. Anything cm related could not be easily tested. So I don't know if anything will happen here kernel wise now.
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Not sure now. My brother was in need of a phone. His sgs2 had a charger port issue and could not hold s charge well anymore, so my m7 went to him. Anything cm related could not be easily tested. So I don't know if anything will happen here kernel wise now.

You can build , We are here to test for you
29th March 2015, 03:13 PM |#225  
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Possibly, but I hate blind building, especially when doing anything other than updating from upstream. Are there still no cm12 custom kernels?

I thought about making double tap to wake the standard if I ever do an update, but the proximity detection seems to introduce a slight screen on delay.
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Possibly, but I hate blind building, especially when doing anything other than updating from upstream. Are there still no cm12 custom kernels?

I thought about making double tap to wake the standard if I ever do an update, but the proximity detection seems to introduce a slight screen on delay.

I haven't found a good CM12 kernel yet. The one shipped with the nightlies has been unstable on my wifes M7.

Granted, it's her phone, and I don't use it at all. I have seen it random reboot on her while we were together.

If you can make a CM12 kernel that increases reliability, that alone would be much appreciated.
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I haven't found a good CM12 kernel yet. The one shipped with the nightlies has been unstable on my wifes M7.

Granted, it's her phone, and I don't use it at all. I have seen it random reboot on her while we were together.

If you can make a CM12 kernel that increases reliability, that alone would be much appreciated.

That's going to be difficult without logs and without easy access to the device. It could be multiple causes of a reboot. What would be needed is to get last_kmsg from /proc after it reboots. Ethan Chen/intervigil could probably decipher it better than me but I don't mind taking a look if you can get one.
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