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[OVERCLOCK] [3-7-2012] dagkernel 0.2 CPU/GPU Overclock up to 1.94GHz

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19th February 2012, 05:52 AM   |  #1  
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So, this doubles as a root kernel (might as well keep the scripts in there since I already made 'em!), custom boot animations (/system/media/sanim.zip), init.d support.

Max speed is 1.94GHz. Max speed I've benchmarked stable at is 1.83GHz. Reboots at higher.. YMMV with voltage adjustments etc.

Stock speed on this kernel is 1566MHz, I have removed a lot of scaling overrides that Samsung added, so this should be a bit smoother than the stock kernel without OCing more than the slight default.

GPU is also OC'ed from 3d speed 266 -> 300 and 2d speed 200 -> 266.

I will be releasing a GUI soon with more advanced tweaking options for the kernel (it is compatible with existing tools like system tuner, fauxclock, setcpu, etc.)

Version 0.2 CWM Zip: http://m-s-j.net/dagnarf/cwm-sgh-i71...el-oc-v0.2.zip
Version 0.2 CWM Zip (with KALLSYMS + KALLSYMS_ALL for debugging) http://m-s-j.net/dagnarf/cwm-sgh-i71...2-kallsyms.zip
Version 0.2 CWM Zip (No root script, su, busybox in ramdisk) http://m-s-j.net/dagnarf/cwm-sgh-i71...osubusybox.zip

New stuffs:
* BLN Support (Use BLN Control from market)
* XZ Compression
* CFQ Scheduler
* New CPUFreq governors: smartassv2, lagfree
Code:
CWM Zip 0.1 Available here
Odin Tar 0.1 here
Modified libraries 0.1 here.
Stock CWM zip (Stock Kernel and Libraries) Available here

CWM Flashing Instructions:
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1.) Install CWM from http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1517134
2.) Copy the cwm zip to your /sdcard/
2.) Reboot into CWM either by issuing "adb reboot recovery" from command line, or loading ROM Manager app and choosing "Reboot into recovery", or by powering the device off and holding vol up+vol down and powering on.
3.) From CWM, choose "install zip from internal sd card" then navigate to the cwm zip you copied in, select it
4.) Select "reboot system"

Souce code available at: https://github.com/dagnarf/sgh-i717-dagkernel

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19th February 2012, 06:01 AM   |  #2  
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Excellent work as always!

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You're on a roll. Thanks so much for your work!
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wow so fast!
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Originally Posted by Da_G

So, this doubles as a root kernel (might as well keep the scripts in there since I already made 'em!)

Max speed is 1.94GHz. Max speed I've benchmarked stable at is 1.83GHz. Reboots at higher.. YMMV with voltage adjustments etc.

Stock speed on this kernel is 1566MHz, I have removed a lot of scaling overrides that Samsung added, so this should be a bit smoother than the stock kernel without OCing more than the slight default.

GPU is also OC'ed from 3d speed 266 -> 300 and 2d speed 200 -> 266.

I will be releasing a GUI soon with more advanced tweaking options for the kernel (it is compatible with existing tools like system tuner, fauxclock, setcpu, etc.)

You can find the Odin tar here, follow the flashing directions from my Root kernel here

You will need modified libraries to take full advantage of this kernel as they override speeds at times, you can find these here.

You'll have to push them over adb for now after flashing the kernel, when CWM is up I will make a CWM zip for it.

From the directory with adb and the three .so files:

Code:
adb remount
adb push libhardware_legacy.so /system/lib/
adb push librpc.so /system/lib/
adb push libandroid_runtime.so /system/lib/
adb shell chmod 0644 /system/lib/libhardware_legacy.so
adb shell chmod 0644 /system/lib/librpc.so
adb shell chmod 0644 /system/lib/libandroid_runtime.so
adb reboot
Souce code available at: https://github.com/dagnarf/sgh-i717-dagkernel

straight fire... phone's not even officially released and everything needed for awesomeness is available.
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You will need modified libraries to take full advantage of this kernel as they override speeds at times, you can find these here.

You'll have to push them over adb for now after flashing the kernel, when CWM is up I will make a CWM zip for it.

From the directory with adb and the three .so files:

are the .so files located in the boot.img file? Or am I missing them somewhere in the .tar file?

Thanks for all your hard work.
19th February 2012, 08:17 AM   |  #7  
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You are a beast man.

I havent aquired a note yet but i am curios...CIQ present? it is one of the things I failed to check for when I had one in hand




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You are a beast man.

I havent aquired a note yet but i am curios...CIQ present? it is one of the things I failed to check for when I had one in hand




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Doesn't look like it.
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19th February 2012, 08:40 AM   |  #9  
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I actually haven't found this useful as I have to wait until the morning to get my phone at bestbuy but I have faith. Hopefully this gets you some more gogo juice. Thank you for your dedication!

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are the .so files located in the boot.img file? Or am I missing them somewhere in the .tar file?

Thanks for all your hard work.

http://m-s-j.net/dagnarf/modded-libs.tar.gz

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