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 View Poll Results: OverClocking : Keep it and enhance/fix it (instabilities) OR drop it (stability) ???

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(01MAR) Googy-Max3 Kernel 1.3.0 FINAL [TW/GE/CM] (Linux 3.4.106 / Linaro 4.9.3)

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Announcement from googy_anas: 1.3.0 FINAL (TW/TW444/GE5/CM12) Released !!! ;)
25th June 2015, 03:02 AM |#3881  
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Which zip download if i want install it in CM11 ?

GoogyMax3_CM-Kernel_1.2.5_CWM
 
 
19th July 2015, 07:55 PM |#3882  
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Question Disable USB-Debugging autostart
Great kernel, thanks for your hard work, Googy!

But somehow when I'm using your kernel (GoogyMax3_GE5-Kernel_1.3.0), USB-Debugging will be re enabled on every reboot.
I changed the default.prop to

ro.secure=1
ro.debuggable=0
ro.adb.secure=1
persist.sys.usb.config=mtp

repacked & flashed the boot.img but it will still be enabled after every reboot.

I'm using danvdh's JFLTE-GPE 5.0.1 ROM (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2557353) if that matters.

When using the stock GPE kernel USB debugging will stay disabled after reboot.

What do I need to change to disable the USB-Debugging autostart?

Edit: changing "persist.service.adb.enable" to 0 in /sbin/googymax3.sh did the trick.
Last edited by htcmagician; 26th July 2015 at 04:41 PM. Reason: Found the solution
22nd July 2015, 06:13 AM |#3883  
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Does this kernel support the deactivating of cores via hotplug?
22nd July 2015, 06:56 AM |#3884  
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Does this kernel support the deactivating of cores via hotplug?

Stop spamming peoples kernel threads with the same question. Read the features or flash it yourself and have a look.
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22nd July 2015, 09:05 AM |#3885  
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That's the purpose of a forum like this. So just keep quite if you can't answer the question.
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