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28th March 2015, 02:28 AM |#181  
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Honestly if everything is working than it is more than alright. Since it's updated it includes fixes from htc.

Thanks, that was my thought as well. The only tweak I made was to 'lock frequency' since it wouldn't hold the low at 384Mhz on reboot. Working great on 4.4.3
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Kernel running great here

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@thicklizard Can anyone confirm that the Lollipop version of the kernel can be flashed on S-ON devices?
Would I run into a problem if I downloaded the kernel directly to my device, rebooted into TWRP, and tried to flash it from there?

Sorry for the noob question. New to changing kernels and I can't find the directions for just installing a kernel, not installing a whole new ROM.

My M7's current state: S-ON, Rooted, TWRP 2.8.4.0, Unlocked Bootloader, 5.02 Sense 6 Bad Boyz ROM, baseband 1.01.20.1225, build (radio?)# 6.16.651.2, current kernel 3.4.10-g705d141and@ABM011 #1 SMP PREEMPT , Sprint

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Hi,

Since posting this, have you updated to a Lollipop ROM and upgraded thicklizard's kernel to the Lollipop version? Are you still S-ON? Did you just download the kernel to your phone, reboot into TWRP, and flash it from there? I'm new to this, any help as far as steps you took to get the kernel running would be welcome.


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Sweet.. If that's the case, I'll flash it now and let you know shortly

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And yes - confirmed it works with SON. Sweet. Thanks!

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@thicklizard Can anyone confirm that the Lollipop version of the kernel can be flashed on S-ON devices?
Would I run into a problem if I downloaded the kernel directly to my device, rebooted into TWRP, and tried to flash it from there?

Sorry for the noob question. New to changing kernels and I can't find the directions for just installing a kernel, not installing a whole new ROM.

My M7's current state: S-ON, Rooted, TWRP 2.8.4.0, Unlocked Bootloader, 5.02 Sense 6 Bad Boyz ROM, baseband 1.01.20.1225, build (radio?)# 6.16.651.2, current kernel 3.4.10-g705d141and@ABM011 #1 SMP PREEMPT , Sprint

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Hi,

Since posting this, have you updated to a Lollipop ROM and upgraded thicklizard's kernel to the Lollipop version? Are you still S-ON? Did you just download the kernel to your phone, reboot into TWRP, and flash it from there? I'm new to this, any help as far as steps you took to get the kernel running would be welcome.

Yes, this will work being s-on, also you just flash it in twrp just like you would a rom or mod. Always remember if something fails either restore a nandroid or just dirty flash your rom again
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Much appreciated. Just flashed it from TWRP. Wiped the cache/delvick. Success. The main thing I wanted was dt2w, which I remember you said was enabled by default and have tested it and it works without any configuration. I will probably try Kernel Toolkit first only because it looks simpler and less intimidating than Trickster, but I might install Trickster later. Do you have set CPU frequencies or other setting values that increase battery life on the m7? Are they also defaults, or do they require the user to change them? Also, how does the swipe to sleep work? I can't figure it out. I've tried swiping from the top, from the bottom, and from the sides.

Update - 6 days later

The dt2w is great. It makes my phone feel like a fancy m8 or m9!
Haven't noticed a difference in battery life. Left it on the default cpu setting.
Using Nova launcher, so maybe that affects the swipe to sleep features that I can't seem to figure out?? Oh well. Good kernel. Thanks @thicklizard for the work, and for actively monitoring this thread
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Much appreciated. Just flashed it from TWRP. Wiped the cache/delvick. Success. The main thing I wanted was dt2w, which I remember you said was enabled by default and have tested it and it works without any configuration. I will probably try Kernel Toolkit first only because it looks simpler and less intimidating than Trickster, but I might install Trickster later. Do you have set CPU frequencies or other setting values that increase battery life on the m7? Are they also defaults, or do they require the user to change them? Also, how does the swipe to sleep work? I can't figure it out. I've tried swiping from the top, from the bottom, and from the sides.

Update - 6 days later

The dt2w is great. It makes my phone feel like a fancy m8 or m9!
Haven't noticed a difference in battery life. Left it on the default cpu setting.
Using Nova launcher, so maybe that affects the swipe to sleep features that I can't seem to figure out?? Oh well. Good kernel. Thanks @thicklizard for the work, and for actively monitoring this thread


The "swipe to sleep" is for the hardware buttons (back and home) ... you should try swipe from left to right over the hardware buttons to lock/unlock screen, or right to left to sleep the screen...you got the ideea now :P that`s how swipe to sleep works...

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I noticed that with this kernel, hardware buttons are not lightened anymore, even if it`s dark outside...any chance to make them light when is dark ?
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