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[Kernel]N8000 ICS/JB [1704Mhz OC kernel]

4th September 2012, 07:55 PM |#1  
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Here is a kernel build for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1.
Running on 1704Mhz. With extra 100, 50 and 25Mhz step. So it runs 25 to 1704 instead of 200 to 1400.
Custom bootanimation support. (Standard bootanimation wont work)
Triangle away support.

Update N8000BRV2 (ICS)
-better voltage settings
-better wifi drivers
-BFQ scheduler back
-updated linux version
-other minor tweaks

Update N8000Jelly_OC
-Build for JellyBean

edit.
N8013 and N8010 support pulled back because of the wifi problems

source https://github.com/brieuwers/N8000Kernel

Thanks to Gokhanmoral, Espenfjo, Entropy512 and Franciscofranco.


Flash tar with odin or zip with CWM.

Everything at your own risk.

Greetz Bas.
Attached Files
File Type: zip N80001704.zip - [Click for QR Code] (5.27 MB, 1841 views)
File Type: tar N80001704.tar - [Click for QR Code] (4.99 MB, 929 views)
File Type: zip N8000BRV2.zip - [Click for QR Code] (4.54 MB, 867 views)
File Type: tar N8000BRV2.tar - [Click for QR Code] (4.26 MB, 576 views)
File Type: zip N8000Jelly_OC.zip - [Click for QR Code] (5.95 MB, 2950 views)
File Type: tar N8000Jelly_OC.tar - [Click for QR Code] (5.68 MB, 1409 views)
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4th September 2012, 08:12 PM |#2  
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anyone test it on an n8013 yet?
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n8013 support?
I am also curious to see if this works on the US version (N8013). Anyone willing to give it a shot?
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Has anyone tested this yet?
6th September 2012, 05:34 AM |#5  
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Lol all these views and no one?

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6th September 2012, 07:50 AM |#6  
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I use this Kernel on my German N8000, no Problems so far.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by LayZeeDK

Has anyone tested this yet?

I'm using. nothing much different so far.

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Thanks for the replies, but im asking if this works for the N8013 model, NOT the N8000 model...

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XDA told me that I need to put my source code online to confirm with the gpl license.
So right now Im busy finding out how to work with github after that I will build a N8013 kernel.


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Check my sig for some git tips... which reminds me, Pulser asked me to write up a more detailed guide with more tips (such as how to handle branching and how to handle source releases for test kernels).

Once you've gotten familiar with git, github is as easy as "git push origin". Long-term, good git discipline will greatly improve your development workflow.
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