Originally Posted by kay_kiat88
What kind of of modifications have you made besides overclocking and init.d support? Will try it out later.
At the moment, apart from overclocking the only difference is that I disabled the switch to conservative when the screen is off.
My idea is try different things, to see if they affect the stability and if possible fix some bugs, such as the maximum frequency change.
If I find something interesting, I hope it is helpful to other kernels.
Originally Posted by j3tt3
I will try 1200mhz freq...
Can you please make on 1500 mhz..??? it seems stable to me.
And with permission from Giuseppe's Revolver, can you let us try your modified Revolver?
Will comment after testing.
Today I want to continue testing for the problem with the maximum frequency change, but when have free time again (within two days) I can make a 1.5Ghz version.
As for my Revolver modifications are minor changes such as the busybox, some scripts and especially mount some microsd folders on /sdcard. Nothing that is interesting in a generic way.
Originally Posted by Mikey
You have to list your sources.....GPL. Please link to your github or your repo. Even the smallest changes must be documented and shared.
I have no repository, for the moment are only tests. If any change is interesting, will put the source, or a patch over asus source.
Originally Posted by cbrox
Installed and booted with the following issues so far:
1) No wifi: remains locked in the off position can not turn on. Rebooted 10 times same result each time
2) Will not mount USB removable devices(USBdisk1 or USBdisk2). Rebooted 10 times same result each time
3) Will not mount NFS drive
4) Settings FC's when you select storage
EOS is not based on the rom from Asus, might be incompatible with this kernel.
Thanks to all
HTC Desire (unbranded, Runnymede AIO)
Asus Transformer (Revolver 4)