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

23rd May 2011, 05:10 PM |#101  
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At 1.4, i have some erratic behavior with the dock deleting 2 chacters back at the same time, running prime 1.3

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FYI, I had this exact same problem and I'm not even rooted, so it may not be due to your new kernel. Either hard reset or re-dock fixed it. I can't remember which.
 
 
23rd May 2011, 05:20 PM |#102  
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Think bigger

I refuse to think it could be the Tab 10.1... So I go with the XOOM
23rd May 2011, 08:16 PM |#103  
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Just an FYI... I have been using 1.0 for a couple of days, with max set to a conservative (default) 1GHz, and I've gotten 2 SODs in as many days. I never had them prior to installing this kernel. I'm trying 1.1 now.

That said, is there any way that you can turn on swap? I'm running an Ubuntu chroot, and I'd like to see how it works with heavy usage.

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23rd May 2011, 08:36 PM |#104  
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What a bunch of crap...I used to like Engadget...


Engadget - Eee Pad Transformer gets overclocked to 1.4GHz, deemed less than stable http://engt.co/jur5AW
23rd May 2011, 08:36 PM |#105  
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Ill give this a go after the speaker issue gets fixed and netflix gets added. Once thats done I'll be on that donate button like white on rice.

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I lost my left speaker a while ago but it's back! I have been flashing Roms all day Sunday and clearing user data and all. I never tested the speakers until late last night and both are at default levels (sounds equal on both sides). I also flashed the netformer experimental kernel 1.0. So I have prime 1.3_us with netformer kernel 1.0. Not sure what fixed it but I will monitor it.

Haven't done 1.1 yet.
23rd May 2011, 08:42 PM |#106  
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What a bunch of crap...I used to like Engadget...


Engadget - Eee Pad Transformer gets overclocked to 1.4GHz, deemed less than stable http://engt.co/jur5AW

lol@ "someone in the XDA forum" as if archy isn't known already.
23rd May 2011, 08:49 PM |#107  
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I like how I tipped this to them three days ago with photos for proof, credits to netarchy and links to all the sources and they apparently "got it from lilliputing".
23rd May 2011, 08:53 PM |#108  
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I like how I tipped this to them three days ago with photos for proof, credits to netarchy and links to all the sources and they apparently "got it from lilliputing".

Engadget sucks. I tipped them about the Google Voice+Sprint integration going live days before they posted it about it and nothing. Maybe once archy drop kicks SoD, then he will be something more than 'someone in XDA' to Engadget.

Anyway, back on topic: 1.4 GHz has been very stable even at v1.0.
23rd May 2011, 09:00 PM |#109  
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Netarchy, is the kernel for the Transformer based on Google's 2.6.35?

EDIT: NVM, filing through your github now I think you could very easily get it up to 1.5GHz. Take a look at the modifications I did on the Xoom (https://github.com/coolbho3k/Xoom-OC....36-honeycomb/); did you adjust the power regulators for the increased voltage at 1.4? I think 1250 mV is stable at 1.5 for most people on the Xoom.
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Netarchy, is the kernel for the Transformer based on Google's 2.6.35?

EDIT: NVM, filing through your github now I think you could very easily get it up to 1.5GHz. Take a look at the modifications I did on the Xoom (https://github.com/coolbho3k/Xoom-OC....36-honeycomb/); did you adjust the power regulators for the increased voltage at 1.4? I think 1250 mV is stable at 1.5 for most people on the Xoom.

I don't intend for 1.4 to be the max, it's just the current max ;D

Regarding voltages, there is plenty of room for refinement in finding perfect voltages (not to mention some of the current settings are largely for my local testing for other purposes).
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