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[KERNEL][v500][4.4.2] AIC Kernel [MAY-4-2014]

1st October 2014, 09:09 PM |#291  
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Is anyone else having problem where GPU frequency does not go above 200mhz. I used trickstermod and fauxclock. It keeps reverting back to 200mhz.
 
 
1st October 2014, 11:01 PM |#292  
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Is anyone else having problem where GPU frequency does not go above 200mhz. I used trickstermod and fauxclock. It keeps reverting back to 200mhz.

I use only fauxclock and it works fine, check if you have any conflicting settings in trickster?
20th April 2015, 11:39 PM |#293  
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As lollipop is being released for our lovely gpad, will this kernel get an update too? Would be awesome
21st April 2015, 12:47 AM |#294  
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As lollipop is being released for our lovely gpad, will this kernel get an update too? Would be awesome

It usually takes a few weeks after LG releases an update for them to also post the sources. I might do something with it, I have kind of been back working with Nabi stuff, only recently returned to the gpad forums. I was thinking about playing with f2fs on rickroll or ckret's kernels for AOSP and CM so if I am in kernel tinkering mode when source comes out I probably will.
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Ah sweet. Good to hear thank you.
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It usually takes a few weeks after LG releases an update for them to also post the sources. I might do something with it, I have kind of been back working with Nabi stuff, only recently returned to the gpad forums. I was thinking about playing with f2fs on rickroll or ckret's kernels for AOSP and CM so if I am in kernel tinkering mode when source comes out I probably will.

they are already out
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they are already out

Shhhhhh! Don't make pressure... I saw them too but didn't want to mention it... He should take his time...
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Haha. Ok, so they are!

How about if I try "the dog ate my homework?" I guess I will have to get to downloading.
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Haha. Ok, so they are!

How about if I try "the dog ate my homework?" I guess I will have to get to downloading.


i am also too lazy to start modding the sources
but i even upped them on git added some commits to it which can be reverted cause i stopped in the middle of the work and they wont propably work
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