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[Kernel] Netformer...eating all the pies, Testing: 1.6 (15-Aug-2011) for 3.2

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22nd May 2011, 03:12 AM   |  #1  
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So, who has cajones that clank?

Current things of interest:
- Overclock up to 1.6ghz [Use a tool such as Setcpu to overclock]
- 2.6.36.4 kernel base
- CIFS included
- TUN built-in
- NTFS support
- Voodoo Sound

All sources can be found on my github (see signature)

These are designed to be flashed via clockwork, or you can flash them via Shinzul's Kernel Manager (Available on the android market)

Disclaimer: You flash these at your own risk, and assume any and all potential consequences, including (but not limited to), loss of data, meltdown of your device, world destruction, injury of assorted puppies, spoiling of your glass of milk, revocation of chocolate privileges...etc. In all seriousness, it's an experimental kernel, so treat it as such, and enjoy.

Overclocking disclaimer: Overclocking is never guaranteed to be stable (that's simply common sense). If an overclock speed is not stable, your device may not be able to handle it and you should try a lower speed.

BE SAFE!!! MAKE A NANDROID BEFORE FLASHING SO YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO FALL BACK ON

Current version: Netformer 1.6 (For Honeycomb 3.2) [Also available in Kernel Manager, from the Android Market]
Netformer 1.6

Tested with Prime 1.7

md5sum
3223bb177a86434837f5fe8630315a7d netformer-1.6-signed.zip
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Code:
Changelog:
Revision 1.6:
- Updated for Honeycomb 3.2
- Due to some rather large changes by ASUS in the kernel, the tap-to-click disabler app currently will not function in this latest kernel. If it is possible to bring the functionality back, it shall be done.

Revision 1.5:
- Updated to support android 3.1
- Added Voodoo Sound
*Your quadrant epeen may not be quite so large (though they may be more accurate) due to some bug fixes from upstream, if there is room for improvement, it will be explored*

Revision 1.4r2:
- Fix a bug causing wifi to break when the tablet sleeps

Revision 1.4:
- Add SLQB memory allocator
- Set timer to 1000hz
- Add 1.504 and 1.6ghz frequency steps
- Add preliminary toggle interface to allow tap-to-click to be disabled (See OP for a nice gui front-end for the toggle, courtesy of vividboarder)

Revision 1.3:
- Assorted bugfixes, including a possible fix for a bug that could lead a cpu core to 'forget' it's speed policy and wander out of sync

Revision 1.2:
- Power regulator bug fixes that may address the "SoD" issue experienced even by users on the stock kernel 
   (technically not actually a sleep of death)

Revision 1.1:
- Adjusted voltage levels for stability
- Added NTFS support
- Assorted bugfixes
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Reserving this post as well
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Can't wait! overclock kernel for TF101, im constantly pressing F5 on your github.

Edit:

I just flashed the kernel, setcpu to 1400, omgash its so fast i think i traveled back in time which makes me the first poster in this thread of awesomeness!
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22nd May 2011, 03:29 AM   |  #5  
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i see the OP says it is designed to be flashed in cwm, i was under the impression that kernels had to be flashed as a blob through adb. is that no longer the case?
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i see the OP says it is designed to be flashed in cwm, i was under the impression that kernels had to be flashed as a blob through adb. is that no longer the case?

Oh it's still flashed as a blob, but it's made clockwork friendly
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netarchy is developing for the Transformer? Thank you based god! Just made my TF worth rooting. Looking forward to some netarchy toastmod for Evo like love! Still running your kernel on my Evo.
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Oh it's still flashed as a blob, but it's made clockwork friendly

thats great so i just flash as i normally would. could you post the stock kernel in a cwm friendly zip in case we would want to revert?
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Done. Overclocked to 1.4 GHZ ..... To easy

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My fav evo kernel maker now on the transformer........hell yea!!!!!!!!

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