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[KERNEL][PLAY][GSM] DooMKernel [Rel:v14][STOPPED]

20th October 2011, 07:20 PM |#791  
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Strange... i have again the problem with the not working buttons:
Back, Home, Menu, Search

WEll I solved it

I'm on .368 and using your .42 kernel. Works fine.
The .368 kernel dont work for me
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20th October 2011, 08:08 PM |#792  
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I seem to be stuck in a bootloop. I flashed it twice to no avail...

some devices are not able to handle the initial spike at 2Ghz... i will be posting a lower clocked kernel (1.6ghz max)... it MIGHT solve booting issues on some devices...


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Also do you really think it will be a good idea to leave the phone overclocked at 2Ghz?

OBVIOUSLY NOT
20th October 2011, 08:44 PM |#793  
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I am loving your newest kernel doomlord, but i have a problem, i cannot connect to mass storage mode, media transfer still works though, also, i cannot connect to clockworkmod either, unless spamming the back button has been replaced with something else?

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nvm, i got around it by using PC companion, but still cant get into CWM, do i still just mash the back button?
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20th October 2011, 09:44 PM |#794  
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some devices are not able to handle the initial spike at 2Ghz... i will be posting a lower clocked kernel (1.6ghz max)... it MIGHT solve booting issues on some devices...




OBVIOUSLY NOT

OKAY! no need to get all serious and aggressive I asked a simple question.
20th October 2011, 10:31 PM |#795  
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OKAY! no need to get all serious and aggressive I asked a simple question.

to be fair, it is a silly question to ask unless you no absolutely nothing about overclocking?
20th October 2011, 10:58 PM |#796  
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to be fair, it is a silly question to ask unless you no absolutely nothing about overclocking?

Exactly why I asked?
Because I know nothing about overclocking.
20th October 2011, 11:02 PM |#797  
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Is wifi working with v4? Also, has anyone noticed an increase in volume coming from
v3?

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20th October 2011, 11:07 PM |#798  
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to be fair, it is a silly question to ask unless you no absolutely nothing about overclocking?

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Exactly why I asked?
Because I know nothing about overclocking.

Calm down guys! End of the day, Doom is too busy to be nice he has like 5 or 6 other kernel threads on the go. He dosent even have a play so we should be grateful he is here
21st October 2011, 02:19 AM |#799  
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I been running max an min at 2 ghz each set for about an hr now. Its not that warm at all and benching 2564 best so far on quadrant.

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21st October 2011, 08:01 PM |#800  
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all ok
hello guys!

I'd like to thank doom 'cause with this kernel version (04) I report everything working just fine I flashed it first thing wednesday morning and I'm glad that I can have autofocus video now

Still... there might be some battery draining issues... As ones reported here, I also experience faster battery depletion than with v03 kernel (or with the original), using the same overclocking settings (on: min 122, max 1.9; scr off: min 122, max 460; low batt: min:122, max 768; default voltages for everything).


Anyone else experiencing battery draining issues?

thx!
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