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[KERNEL] Semaphore ICS 1.3.0

1st June 2012, 04:52 PM   |  #4491  
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Thank you very much. (I'm sorry run out of thanks...)

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1.2.2s flashed ... I absolutely needed to confirm that this most annoying typo was fixed as described in changelog!

Seriously ... new version flashed.

As usual, will report back if I find anything wrong... thanks Stratosk!

Yes, these typos were annoying! But thanks to you and cdmackay they resolved!

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I hope next version is based on latest Linux version....................thanks for this great kernal.......kindly built it with latest Linux version.

Thanks, but I don't think so. No free time at all. But, don't worry mate. There is no problem with this version.
Yesterday, I downloaded SGS III official kernel. Guess the version number... 3.0.15
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Yesterday, I downloaded SGS III official kernel. Guess the version number... 3.0.15

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1st June 2012, 05:52 PM   |  #4493  
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ah!

thanks... (also run out)

I mean Samsung also used 3.0.x for SGS III (ICS of course). Latest stable Linux kernel is 3.3.7 and 3.4 is almost there. Also, the latest stable 3.0 is 3.0.32.

Anyway, I also believe that the latest version of a product is (almost) always the best. No one can disagree on this. But, we are running Linux on an embedded system, so the need of running the latest Linux kernel is not critical.

The other reason is that Android kernel is not fully merged in Linux kernel. When this will be done i think we will have the option to upgrade more easily.
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1st June 2012, 06:01 PM   |  #4494  
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No boot loops anyone? I may finally be able 2 upgrade from 1.0 on cappy!

Sent from my Galaxy S Captivate on Slim ICS 3.6 w/Semaphore 1.0sc Kernel 1.220Ghz@122% live OC and 387mb available RAM. BUTTER
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Which settings in seamphore are the best for gamming?
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No boot loops anyone? I may finally be able 2 upgrade from 1.0 on cappy!

Sent from my Galaxy S Captivate on Slim ICS 3.6 w/Semaphore 1.0sc Kernel 1.220Ghz@122% live OC and 387mb available RAM. BUTTER

I can't promise this. So, be careful!
1st June 2012, 06:08 PM   |  #4497  
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Flashed without wiping cache or dalvik, no problems here.

This kernel is so good it defies belief.

Immense work.

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Anyway, I also believe that the latest version of a product is (almost) always the best. No one can disagree on this. But, we are running Linux on an embedded system, so the need of running the latest Linux kernel is not critical.

In any case, it's not like Linux is a new born baby OS with lots of flaws.
It's been out there, developped and maintained by the community, ever since the beginning of the 1990's.

So I would suspect most of the issues with the basic kernel functionnalities we need in Android have been fixed by now...
1st June 2012, 06:20 PM   |  #4499  
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Wow, Temple Run runs smooth, finally! Thank u so much for that, the last days of gaming were nasty! But your kernel fixed the problem, hehe i think u have a new fanboy ;)

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which settings in seamphore are the best for games?

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