If i copy files via usb cable, the files only visible after restart...i use 6.5D kernel...
I would like to report again about 6.6C. In comparison with 5.7 the kernel runs slower. The apps are starting slower. And even if others may do not have this problem: The typing with my SwiftKey Keyboard has a delay which confuses me a bit. As always... I don't know if this report helps you in any way but I hope so.
I tested with Typhoon 3.8.0 with and without ZRAM activated.
Gesendet von meinem HTC HD2 mit Tapatalk 2
I observe the exact same thing than you!
And I can prove it; I have a Tasker profile which is activated at "screen off" event; it takes 1.5 longer to execute with kernel 6.6 than with kernel 5.7.
All other Tasker profiles suffer too from slower start and execution - not only the "screen off" one...
Dorimanx, could you make next releases as fast as 5.7?
Last time I had something like that happen to me...it was a simple glitch. I was uing a Power Widget or Wifi widget to enable WIFI module (can't remember which one specifically). To correct the issue, I took the long route /settings/wireless & net.../and disabled wifi...waited...then re-enabled it.
On my Tablet (i know different then phone, but im asking anyway), I use a kernel that has the following, and I wanted to see if maybe you could port it to our HD2's
"1.0-Veno Add TCP_VENO as default ipv4 Congestion Control Method"
with a link to "general" info here: http://www.ie.cuhk.edu.hk/fileadmin/...Journal/J3.pdf
I along with others using the kernel have noticed improved throughput, I dont know what your kernel used, but thought id ask about it
"add exFAT and NTFS support"
IIRC, your kernel already has NTFS support, so I guess Im wondering if exFAT support is possible, its got better read/write and iops in all tests ive done and I actually prefer to use it over NTFS and FAT32 whenever I can (says all my HDD's except boot drive in my PC, and all my flash drives)
and maybe if you have a chance ala some free time, take a look at the BFS updates to see if its fixed for us... I am one of the few who didnt have any SU issues with BFS, and actually use a kernel on my sisters Evo Shift that has it working fine... also, SuperSU is out now and quickly replacing SuperUser so maybe a new round of testing with the new app+su bin might be in order
Either way, thanks again for all your work and I hope you get your HD2 soon
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