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[KERNEL][ARC/ARC S]ArcKnight Kernel_4 (ICS)/ Update October 29th!!

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19th April 2012, 05:36 PM |#131  
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Hello congratulations for the great job, but I've just tested the latest version of the kernel and fine but the wifi module for the previous version does not work.

I have installed the ICS 1.1 Arconium

Thank you very much and the great work

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19th April 2012, 05:55 PM |#132  
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Hello congratulations for the great job, but I've just tested the latest version of the kernel and fine but the wifi module for the previous version does not work.

I have installed the ICS 1.1 Arconium

Thank you very much and the great work

PD. - Sorry for my poor English it not for the Google translator

You Probably come from Doom's Kernel since my WiFi modules are compatible with my Kernel.

You have to flash through CWM the Stock WiFi Modules that DoomLord posted in his Kernel Thread, once you do that the WiFi should work just fine.

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would you mind if I add it to the OP?? So other user can also show their support to my work?

WOW, thank You.

Thats a great honour for me.
19th April 2012, 06:33 PM |#134  
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I think you should rename your kernel to 'Arc Knight' or 'ArcKnight' , I think it looks cooler and is more related to the dark knight
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19th April 2012, 11:37 PM |#135  
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I'm on arconium ics 1.1 supercharged
Kernel version4
lag free governor
Io/scheduler sio
And I like it,
it seems on lag free more CPU states will used
Will try more tomorrow
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20th April 2012, 12:12 PM |#136  
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Nice men, perfect. I've ARC, can you tell me a good configuration SetCPU?. Im used no-frill CPU, 1,4 ghz - ondemand and deadline on Oficial ICS, and works well, the battery lasts me about 24 hours, I'm interested in trying other settings...
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Stick to NoFrills- SetCPU doesn't switch governor at startup at least un my case (I always ended with ondemand while conservative should be used)

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20th April 2012, 02:09 PM |#138  
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@gen_scheisskopf:

I also use a tool named:Voltage Control it's free on the Market... It allows you to change frequencies and also both Scheduler and Governor. It does set Conservative as default at every boot

Just make sure to set values as boot and to set them as as startup service and you'll be fine ...

My settings:

Scheduler: SIO
Governor: Conservative
OC: 1.2 GHZ only... I don't wanna harm my clock

Great performance and good battery life.
20th April 2012, 02:34 PM |#139  
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I also use a tool named:Voltage Control it's free on the Market... It allows you to change frequencies and also both Scheduler and Governor. It does set Conservative as default at every boot

I've installed NoFrills today and did several reboots- everything is set as I wanted everytime.
So it seems that error setting governor back on v2 kernel was SetCPU fault
21st April 2012, 03:56 PM |#140  
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This is currently my daily kernel. It's rock solid so far.
Tested with official ICS and MIUI 2.4.13 and 2.4.20. No issues.
Still haven't tested WiFi tethering tho
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