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[xKERNEL|ICS&JB|27/11] xKernel v9.587-D | another version that not released

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8th April 2012, 08:22 PM   |  #581  
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so u think my kernel ready for Official ICS? its almost 2weeks since u gave me timeframe to made a better kernel for Official ICS

Hehe congrats mate to tell you the truth, your kernel is perfect, unless that pesky wakelock start appearing randomly. But as far as performance goes, I bet it's ready. Drawer fling animation is as smooth as in gingerbread. Well done sir! Now with final just a week away(hope so) we can have good start from day one.

Never underestimate this small room for minority device..

Now if only someone can crack that native code to improve camera quality..

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8th April 2012, 09:40 PM   |  #582  
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i hope once the official ics come i hope this kernel work without any bugs or error bec. really that's the best in every side {performance,stability,etc...}and in every angel
100% the best really thanks i hope also to take the full considering once the ics arrive
to make it compatiable with official stock ics

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Sirkay, any improvement can be made with kernel regarding image quality of camera? Just curious question this is
9th April 2012, 06:29 AM   |  #584  
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My phone warms up like hell when charging using 3.0.2... This happened with 3.0 too but it's not present in 3.0.1

It's like the new frequency table is bugging up

Ondemand, min 134, max 1.2
9th April 2012, 06:46 AM   |  #585  
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Sirkay, any improvement can be made with kernel regarding image quality of camera? Just curious question this is

didnt know, will check bout that.





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My phone warms up like hell when charging using 3.0.2... This happened with 3.0 too but it's not present in 3.0.1

It's like the new frequency table is bugging up

Ondemand, min 134, max 1.2

3.0.2 and 2.5.1 same freq table. 3.0 same with 3.0.1. i experienced phone warm when enabled 3g/data. i think phone boost power to search for better signal and made it warm

Edit: i used smartassv2 and vr. 134min - 806max

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didnt know, will check bout that.







3.0.2 and 2.5.1 same freq table. 3.0 same with 3.0.1. i experienced phone warm when enabled 3g/data. i think phone boost power to search for better signal and made it warm

Edit: i used smartassv2 and vr. 134min - 806max

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Mine was heating up too, but i was thinking that is because of lost signal.. when i charge it at better place, it maxes at 31c while charging. using 3.0.2
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There is something related to frequency table that might be causing wakelocks...

It seems as cpu finds it hard to stick to deepsleep with frequency of 134mhz min which seems farther from 122mhz

I just had wakelocks twice and rebooting was the only solution...

Got to go back to 2.5.1 or 3.0.1 to see if this assumption is true...
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can u test it with the lastest KA13 Rom ?would be much appreciated
9th April 2012, 07:32 PM   |  #589  
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with KA12 fine so far but battery lose a bit quickly about 9hours/15%drop in deep sleep. the stock kernel seems to save more battery compared to this.
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with KA12 fine so far but battery lose a bit quickly about 9hours/15%drop in deep sleep. the stock kernel seems to save more battery compared to this.

thanks but i need to test it with KA13 not KA12

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