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[KERNEL][4.3/4.4][AOSP] BMS d2att 3.4.y [2014-08-03]

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8th February 2013, 05:32 PM   |  #1  
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With morfic's blessing, here's the continuation of the Trinity kernel in another form for AOSP Jellybean 4.3/4.4.

This was originally mainly developed for the Verizon SGS3, but some requests for a different versions were sent in. This is a blind build as I do not have a AT&T unit to test with. However, it should work on AT&T, Rogers, Bell and Telus.

Some highlights:

Code:
- Based on CM source
- Built with latest Linaro GCC 4.8 with optis
- Ramdisk tweaked (init.d support, unsecure)
- OC up to 1.836Ghz
- Stock GPU (OC makes no difference)
- Undervolted
- User voltage control
- Trinity colors
- Defaults to tweaked ondemand governor and row scheduler.
-- Available for user
--- Governor
---- msm-dcvs, interactive, conservative, ondemand, performance, wheatley,  badass, asswax, dancedance, smartmax, ondemandplus
--- Scheduler
---- noop, deadline, row, cfq, sio, bfq, zen, sioplus, fiops
- USB Fast Charge (credit to imoseyon and chad) 
- fsync control (credit Ezekeel)
- Removal of mpdecision, uses tweaked auto_hotplug driver (credit to thalamus)
- Removal of thermald
- fix_permissions added to zip
- CM wifi tether WPA/WPA2 secure support
- Faux sound mod support
- CDRom/USB emulation support
To install (no need to wipe anything):

- Download .zip below and place on your internal or external sdcard
- Reboot into CWM or the recommended TWRP
- Flash .zip
- Reboot

Notes:

- If you do not default to ondemand/row, check your /system/etc/init.d/ for startup scripts or the /system/etc/init.qcom.post_boot.sh file to see if it's writing interactive/cfq to the scaling_governor and the scheduler.

I've pushed my build towards battery savings and it's been handling duties pretty well. Let me know how it works out for you. As with all things custom, please take all precautions (backups). Tested against CM, AOKP, BB7 and Carbon so far. Please let me know if you run into any issues.

Feel free to use your preferred kernel app for adjustments.

3.0.y Source - https://bitbucket.org/gideonx/bms_jb
3.4.y Source - https://bitbucket.org/gideonx/bms-jb-3.4.y

***** PLEASE CHECK WHICH ROM YOU ARE RUNNING. 3.0.y based roms can't use 3.4.y kernels and vice versa. *****

Download latest 3.0.y Build d2att - HERE
Download latest 3.4.y Build d2att - HERE

Thanks to morfic and all the devs!

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BMS AOSP Kernel for d2att, a Kernel for the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S III

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Created 2013-11-11
Last Updated 2013-11-11
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It's ok, I forgive you.
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Loveeeddd morfics kernel on my Gnexus. I've actually been running your kernel from the verizon side Runs great and I love trinity colors. lets hope supercurio gives the green light for a voodoo app for our S3

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Any chance of adding imoseyon's interactiveX governor?
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Loveeeddd morfics kernel on my Gnexus. I've actually been running your kernel from the verizon side Runs great and I love trinity colors. lets hope supercurio gives the green light for a voodoo app for our S3

Quick edit:

Any chance of adding imoseyon's interactiveX governor?

Maybe. Need to see if it actually will be beneficial. Not a big fan of throwing every governor under the sun into a kernel
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Maybe. Need to see if it actually will be beneficial. Not a big fan of throwing every governor under the sun into a kernel

Thanks Looking forward to where this goes.
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Thanks, Finally wifi tethering is working on 4.2.x!
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About to install now, so what exactly does Trinity Colors do?
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About to install now, so what exactly does Trinity Colors do?

Flash it, you'll see what it does

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