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Stefan... the kernel name. You're a troll...
Just a randomly chosen cryptic name bro Needed to spice up the kernel a bit
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Can you say me why the kernel has worse scrolling with OC (1.3GHz) than with 1GHz?
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Can you say me why the kernel has worse scrolling with OC (1.3GHz) than with 1GHz?
Actually you're right... (screwing the good mood )

The second core kick in freq too high?
 
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Can you say me why the kernel has worse scrolling with OC (1.3GHz) than with 1GHz?
I don't have this myself using the rebuilt version of latest kernel, srolling like butter @1.3 GHz.
I can only think of maybe the voltage @1.3 GHz is a bit too low resulting in a laggier behavior. I chose the voltage so there won't be freezes but maybe kernel gets less smoother when voltage is low? Dunno. Try the rebuilt version or try overvolting @1.3 ghz a bit or play around with second core settings (later activation per example, because imo phone scrolls better when 1 core is active than when both are evern if this would be ridiculous if it is true)
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It doesn't help. In every case, scrolling at 1.3GHz s more like with V20q sources at 800MHz--> worse than without OC.

The crazy thing is, that @1.3GHz it's smoother with disabled 2nd core!
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It doesn't help. In every case, scrolling at 1.3GHz s more like with V20q sources at 800MHz--> worse than without OC.

The crazy thing is, that @1.3GHz it's smoother with disabled 2nd core!
Okay so you got the same impression as me
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because imo phone scrolls better when 1 core is active than when both are even if this would be ridiculous if it is true
I don't think this is something I can influence in general with changing the kernel source. Without auto-secondcore-limits second core will be used earlier/more often when phone is overclocked.
You can try enabling auto-secondcore-limits or manually set a higher activation freq for second core and higher activation-time when phone is OC'd.
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It's the same effect like when you use framework with disabled scrolling cache with a V10 based kernel.

This issue isn't very important for me, because I usually don't use OC. I just wonder what causes this issue.

Later I'll try to mod the kernel and build an own one.
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Later I'll try to mod the kernel and build an own one.
Yeah do that I restructured the guide, so it will be even easier to follow
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Thanks Stefan

But Im a bit confused I flashed your Kernel yesterday and the size is 4.309 bytes and today I downloaded another one and the size is 4.329 bytes ...does this mean I already flashed the new one yesterday?
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