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just curious if its time to add BLN to the kernel, since it's already been added to SGS2 ROMs, and it feels like the only major thing left to the infuse kernel. (oh, and of course hdmi output, which depends on the att official gb kernel).
 
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Only thing I have to say is to please remember that this phone is a cross breed of the SGS and SGS II, thus not always being aligned with kernel code. I'll look at it again, but governors come first. Though I do think I have a working InteractiveX that has proper frequency ranges depending on CPU load.
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It's never time to add BLN, I think bedwa knows that it often does nothing more than crash the Infuse a lot. It's nice to have, but it's like installing every virus you could find on the internet to your computer.

But I'm not here to put words in bedwa's mouth, that's just my two cents.
 
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Can I install this kernel on GTG's: Infused v2.2.3 or I should leave the original kernel that comes with this ROM?
 
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Can I install this kernel on GTG's: Infused v2.2.3 or I should leave the original kernel that comes with this ROM?
I'm using it right now. Works great.

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all right!, I used this on 2.0.1 at 1600 mhz, and without any issues... but good to hear that runs on 2.2.3, so another question: there are any differences in performance between 2.2.3 and 2.01 with infused kernel? worth the way to install this OC kernel on it? or its enough to use the GTG's Infused krnl?
 
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just curious if its time to add BLN to the kernel, since it's already been added to SGS2 ROMs, and it feels like the only major thing left to the infuse kernel. (oh, and of course hdmi output, which depends on the att official gb kernel).
GS2 and Infuse have completely different touchkey hardware.

There's basically nothing we can lift from the GS2 in that regard.

It may be possible to get a stable BLN implementation, but it's kind of bottom priority now as the cost/benefit ratio is crap. (e.g. it's a kinda minor nice-to-have feature that is proving to be a MAJOR pain in the ass on our device.)
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all right!, I used this on 2.0.1 at 1600 mhz, and without any issues... but good to hear that runs on 2.2.3, so another question: there are any differences in performance between 2.2.3 and 2.01 with infused kernel? worth the way to install this OC kernel on it? or its enough to use the GTG's Infused krnl?
Imho, this ROM is solid with or without OC'ing. You can't go wrong with either option.

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Is there anything i can do to fix lag that a fresh install of 1.1 caused? Do i have to disable some frwuencies or something?

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