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Yesterday, 03:32 AM |#3661  
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So right now I have stock LG kernel. What benefits would using Dorimanx bring me on a stock firmware / custom recovery system?

if you don't know what the benefits of a custom kernel are - you don't need it...
that's how i see it...

every other answer you can find in the 1st post of kernel development thread...
 
 
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if you don't know what the benefits of a custom kernel are - you don't need it...
that's how i see it...

every other answer you can find in the 1st post of kernel development thread...

I would normally agree, but this kernel isn't required by any ROM that I would be flashing so the specs that it lists are only in terms of what it provides...not in terms of what it provides over stock kernel. What do you believe it does better than stock, if I may ask.
Today, 12:38 AM |#3663  
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What do you believe it does better than stock, if I may ask.

for me - everything...
for someone else - i don't know and i don't care...

especially in depth control of some parameters that aren't available with stock kernel...

btw no custom kernel is required with any custom rom...
although some roms may come with some custom kernels (or slightly modified stock kernels, i.e. cloudy rom)...
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Today, 01:30 AM |#3664  
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Hi dorimanx, as always thanks for all the time spent with this monster kernel that went growing and growing always more.

I would like to share my personal experience with latest two kernel versions (8.9 and 9.0).

My thoughts about 8.9 are impressively superb. Didn't have issues at all with a totally stable rock device in every conditions. The most smoothest, stable and battery balanced kernel version in my opinion.

With 9.0 unfortunately can't say the same expect objectively lower temperatures and more battery friendly.

The device it's smooth, really smooth but not like 8.9. No lag at all and fast as always.
It's stable? Here it goes my attention. I had only one reboot, but sometimes during the day (it happened like 6 times today) the device seems to hang for 1/2/3 seconds and resume after then without doing intensive task in really simple task like writing, scroll here and there.
Example: In 8.9 I could do everything meanwhile Google play store installs a app and with 9.0 it's not that easy.
In 8.9 listen to music and reading the newspaper app goes all smooth like butter and with 9.0 the experience it's not the same.
Don't get me wrong, don't want complain, just report my personal experience and I think that 9.0 promise really good but needs some improvements, but at the moment it doesn't have that "magic" that 8.9 has.

8.9 it's Magic, like WOW!! It's like a Ferrari
9.0 at the moment it's a wow candidate it's like a Porsche

BTW the temperature it's really lower with 9.

Performance profile without overclock.
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Certainly you can not fix buzzy sound problem for me sir I don't expect that
Just testing and repoting.
Before I reported bzz sound and I guess the problem is the sound driver. (Don't remember which kernel version it is)
Just want to help you and who is using this brillant kernel
Not important for me it is buzzy or not, maybe somebody else report the same or similar situation and hoping to give you some opinion.
In addition all wakelocks and services alarms etc. mostly adjusted
But I can backup all my data and install stock rom and kernel from zero and test.
Sorry for making mess in dev thread don't want to disrespect to you sir.
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Today, 04:08 PM |#3666  
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Hello Dorimax users,

As you can see in the attachment, my phone rarely goes to deep sleep mood, always stuck at 300 Mhz frequency.
I've tried factory reset, TWRP wipe, I'm running stock Lollipop + Dorimax kernel 8.9 / 9.0

Thanks in advance.
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