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[Kernel] ardatdat kernel v1.7b1 & b2 beta released [CWM] (2012-05-02)

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3rd May 2012, 07:00 PM   |  #11  
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btw I have another performance boost for your kernel build.

Check here for more info :
https://github.com/UnknownzD/I9103_X...6a62150434c5a9

You need to add the following things to KBUILD_CFLAGS
-O2 -march=armv7-a -mtune=cortex-a9 -mcpu=cortex-a9 -D__ARM_ARCH_7__ -D__ARM_ARCH_7A__ -D__VFP_FP__ -D__ARM_HAVE_VFP -mfloat-abi=softfp -mfpu=vfpv3-d16

That will boost the performance as generating the best code for our device. For example, enabling hardware floating point calculation is already a boost for our device because it is not enabled by default.

Thanks! That's great
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Even if it could be enabled, there is one great feature of "off-machine" alarm in Chinese based ROM only. This feature allows you to set an alarm and then you shutdown your phone (while keeping your cable charging the phone). Just before 2 minutes before the alarm, the phone will be turned on automatically and the alarm will ring!

For example, the time now is 10:00, you set an alarm at 10:10 and you turn off your phone. At around 10:08, the phone will boot up automatically! And the alarm rings precisely at 10:00!

You can try that feature using Chinese based ROM such as ZCKK1, ZCLA1, ZCLD3, ZCLD4, etc... Thanks

well I will try to port that off-machine alarm to XW build later Now I need to head off for making my own ROM with specific build.prop and init script that can boost performance as I don't want to see two people working on 2 'different' kernel with same patches (wasted too much resources and those users are hard to follow).

I have actually made a ROM for I9003 before with a OC kernel which has boosted the performance better than the I9000. However I didn't release it on the xda as I have found that the I9003 forum is like a mess. And I am going to make all those patches I have made for I9003 ROM back to I9103 ROM so that further boost the android VM performance.

btw after 4~6 full days of work (I have made all my kernels and findings in these days), I need to head off for playing some games now

btw, watch out the SGS3 live stream boardcast as well!
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well I will try to port that off-machine alarm to XW build later Now I need to head off for making my own ROM with specific build.prop and init script that can boost performance as I don't want to see two people working on 2 'different' kernel with same patches (wasted too much resources and those users are hard to follow).

I have actually made a ROM for I9003 before with a OC kernel which has boosted the performance better than the I9000. However I didn't release it on the xda as I have found that the I9003 forum is like a mess. And I am going to make all those patches I have made for I9003 ROM back to I9103 ROM so that further boost the android VM performance.

btw after 4~6 full days of work (I have made all my kernels and findings in these days), I need to head off for playing some games now

btw, watch out the SGS3 live stream boardcast as well!

YES! I am waiting for the live broadcast, haha, same as you!

By the way, the kernel source has been organized (by merging some similar commits & re-ordering) and just pushed to github!

You may find it here:
https://github.com/ardatdat/GalaxyR-...a4-1.3G-voodoo
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YES! I am waiting for the live broadcast, haha, same as you!

By the way, the kernel source has been organized (by merging some similar commits & re-ordering) and just pushed to github!

You may find it here:
https://github.com/ardatdat/GalaxyR-...a4-1.3G-voodoo

Well Samsung Galaxy S3 has nothing special after all, except for the wireless charger + quad core CPU

All those other technologies they made on the phone are already mentioned or developed for other devices already.

For example, the pre-capture thing and best photo technology were used in camera like Nikon J1.

Edited : Okay, I have chosen to take back what I said above just because the SGS3 gets a wolfson chipset WM1811 (although it is not good as the WM8994 used in our phone), however WM1811 should still shine for better audio output as well as getting the next version of voodoo sound, Kaudio kernel module. Read more about the difference between WM1811 and WM8994, and follow supercurio post there :
http://www.wolfsonmicro.com/products/audio_hubs/ (Comparison chart)
http://www.wolfsonmicro.com/products/audio_hubs/WM1811/
http://www.wolfsonmicro.com/products/audio_hubs/WM8994/
http://twitter.com/#!/supercurio
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4th May 2012, 11:55 AM   |  #15  
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Kernal looks and works great.
But how do u enable Voodoo ??
4th May 2012, 12:26 PM   |  #16  
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It is enabled by default in the kernel already, just plug in a headphone to listen the difference plx. Btw check my kernel thread for the voodoo sound apk if you want to chech whether voodoo is enabled or not.

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It is enabled by default in the kernel already, just plug in a headphone to listen the difference plx. Btw check my kernel thread for the voodoo sound apk if you want to chech whether voodoo is enabled or not.

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Testing this kernel, awesome sound with earphones!!!!!!

This is the link to the Voodoo sound apk for config some things:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...1&postcount=45

Thanks.
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Testing this kernel, awesome sound with earphones!!!!!!

This is the link to the Voodoo sound apk for config some things:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...1&postcount=45

Thanks.

Thanks for link to the app.
NOW i can HEAR the difference.

Thanks to UnknownzD, artdatdat and u.
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I do see that there is a great difference in the amplifier for the headphones. Great work guys, Thanks a ton.

However, the Bass Boost does not seem to be working, I do not hear any difference, am I missing anything here?!!

Cheers!
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I do see that there is a great difference in the amplifier for the headphones. Great work guys, Thanks a ton.

However, the Bass Boost does not seem to be working, I do not hear any difference, am I missing anything here?!!

Cheers!

I will check whether the bass boost works or not with my high-end earbud, so if that occurs I will make some patches and test in my kernel and then make a pull request to ardatdat kernel to fix the problem.

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