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Phhusson (Toastcfh) Overclock Kernel Patch :: Downloadable Kernels For G1/32B/32A

4th May 2010, 06:45 AM |#561  
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I think there were some MAJOR kernel changes by zinx to fix the battery issue, so I think your probably experiencing a placebo effect

sorry no placebo ova here buddy, still getting my same 4.1 linpack, SINCE I INSTALLED TEST2 AT 50% 3 hours ago, ive been surfing and making calles and im only down to 39% at i write this, so go figure, o yea stock battery since i bout my g1 about a year and some change ago
 
 
4th May 2010, 07:00 AM |#562  
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sorry no placebo ova here buddy, still getting my same 4.1 linpack, SINCE I INSTALLED TEST2 AT 50% 3 hours ago, ive been surfing and making calles and im only down to 39% at i write this, so go figure, o yea stock battery since i bout my g1 about a year and some change ago

Glad to hear it, guess some things were changes elsewhere as well.

I'm personally still waiting for the test2 recompile
4th May 2010, 07:07 AM |#563  
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Yes, hopefully Pershoot has time to put together a quick OC kernel based on CM-5.0.6-DS test2

it would be great if he dose.. then it would also work on mt3g fender/1.2..
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same as last kernel i posted except updated the source for test2.

Just like my last one, this kernel defaults to 672 so you better set it in userinit.sh if you want it to boot unless your one of the lucky ones.

oc-cm-5.0.7-test2-boot.img
4th May 2010, 08:00 AM |#565  
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same as last kernel i posted except updated the source for test2.

Just like my last one, this kernel defaults to 672 so you better set it in userinit.sh if you want it to boot unless your one of the lucky ones.

oc-cm-5.0.7-test2-boot.img

Thank you
4th May 2010, 08:53 AM |#566  
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same as last kernel i posted except updated the source for test2.

Just like my last one, this kernel defaults to 672 so you better set it in userinit.sh if you want it to boot unless your one of the lucky ones.

oc-cm-5.0.7-test2-boot.img

so if this is cm latest git source... i take it supports mt3g fender/1.2?

update: i can confirm it supports mt3g 1.2/fender


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4th May 2010, 01:50 PM |#567  
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same as last kernel i posted except updated the source for test2.

Just like my last one, this kernel defaults to 672 so you better set it in userinit.sh if you want it to boot unless your one of the lucky ones.

oc-cm-5.0.7-test2-boot.img

//EDIT: Now I see, oc-cm-5.0.7-test2-boot.img would be the image for the Kernel 2.6.33.3 – OC-FP – Dream/Sapphire (32B) and not the JIT – CM5.0.7-T1 – Dream/Sapphire, right? I leave the original post just in case:

Tried this with fastboot boot, OC Hack runs fine, but JIT is not working, doing a dalvikvm -h, extracted from the says:

Configured with: debugger profiler hprof show_exception=1

But no metion to "with_jit". Also Linpack scores are still ~2.6.

It also says "Unrecognized option '-h'"

Any ideas? Could it be because I'm running it through fastboot? Thanks in advance.
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4th May 2010, 02:16 PM |#568  
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same as last kernel i posted except updated the source for test2.

Just like my last one, this kernel defaults to 672 so you better set it in userinit.sh if you want it to boot unless your one of the lucky ones.

oc-cm-5.0.7-test2-boot.img

THANKS! also hosting on my server. I've bundled in a userinit.sh in the zip that sets max to 633mhz . You will need to adb push these to your device if don't know that already. Instructions are posted on my blog.

http://fromhindsight.com/crap/ocboot_test2.zip

EDIT: you need to kill all tasks that you can or you will get out of memory errors when flashing ocboot.img
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4th May 2010, 05:30 PM |#569  
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Runs very smooth @ 672mhz Drains the battery like a mofo though.
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4th May 2010, 06:25 PM |#570  
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While I wait for all the issues with test2 to be solved, I'm using test1 with JIT CM5.0.7-T1 Dream/Sapphire.

JIT is running, but the OC won't work somehow. Flashed the zip over test1 without wipe, but SetCPU won't go past 528, even with setcpu.txt on the sdcard root with values up to 614400 and 633000.

So now I can either choose between test1 with JIT and test2 with OC... any idea when will be available the JIT CM5.0.7- T2?

Thanks for all your work!
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