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"If you are on a stock-like 4.1.2 ROM that does not rely on a modified ramdisk (CM10, AOKP, etc.), flash one of the following zips and reboot before installing this kernel for the first time.
Stock 4.1.2 kernel - http://goo.im/devs/Metallice/Nexus7/...rnel_4.1.2.zip
Stock 4.1.2 kernel with Init.d support and insecure adb thanks to Faux123 - http://goo.im/devs/Metallice/Nexus7/...nitD_4.1.2.zip"

Maybe it is a language barrier, but your statement reads to me as in if you are running AOKP or CM10,u NEED TO flash one of the stock kernels and reboot before u flash your modified version. That is what I did. Flashed one of the stock kernels u linked and that did not boot up. Flashed your modified one to see if that would boot, and that didnt either.
Aye, 'tis a language barrier. He meant that CM10, AOKP and the likes are among those that require a modified ramdisk.

If you're running stock 4.1.2 or a ROM that doesn't include init.d support, then you should flash the stock with init.d support zip before flashing the motley kernel to give yourself init.d support. If you're running something like aokp or cm10, it requires it's own special ramdisk, and the one cm currently provides isn't proper.
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Ran the terminal emulator commands on this latest AOKP nightly I am running and I do get the "discard" at the end. Flashed your modified kernel without doing the stock 1st and it boots up fine. Got it going. Thanks!
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"If you are on a stock-like 4.1.2 ROM that does not rely on a modified ramdisk (CM10, AOKP, etc.), flash one of the following zips and reboot before installing this kernel for the first time.
Stock 4.1.2 kernel - http://goo.im/devs/Metallice/Nexus7/...rnel_4.1.2.zip
Stock 4.1.2 kernel with Init.d support and insecure adb thanks to Faux123 - http://goo.im/devs/Metallice/Nexus7/...nitD_4.1.2.zip"

Maybe it is a language barrier, but your statement reads to me as in if you are running AOKP or CM10,u NEED TO flash one of the stock kernels and reboot before u flash your modified version. That is what I did. Flashed one of the stock kernels u linked and that did not boot up. Flashed your modified one to see if that would boot, and that didnt either.
Ahh. Sorry. I guess it can be read in the opposite way I intended. I'll fix it.
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Thank you so much for your work, I love this kernel and I'm really happy I can use it with the latest aosp update, working well so far I'll update later.

An people please read and try to fix it yourself before complain, we don't want to make our developers angry.

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Just flashed this. Has anybody had any issues with it on paranoid 2.2?

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This seems to be working on C&C 1.2.0 with 4.1.2 binaries, just fine.
 
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Seems great so far. Only thing I have noticed is that in the benchmark test, overclocking doesn't seem to accelerate the FPS in the 3D category. I'm at 1500ghz and still can't get over 59 FPS, where in the original motley kernel, I would get about 71 frames at that same cpu speed. That aside, everything is smooth. I appreciate your efforts!
 
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Seems great so far. Only thing I have noticed is that in the benchmark test, overclocking doesn't seem to accelerate the FPS in the 3D category. I'm at 1500ghz and still can't get over 59 FPS, where in the original motley kernel, I would get about 71 frames at that same cpu speed. That aside, everything is smooth. I appreciate your efforts!
maybe related to this in the first post?
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Removed pointless pixel clock increase. Does not improve performance. Decreases battery life and can either alleviate or exacerbate screen tearing. Only improved benchmarks on maxed out tests like quadrant or nenamark 2 by increasing screen refresh rate.
LG Nexus 5 (D821) : KitKat 4.4.2 (KOT49H) rooted (by bigxie), Xposed Framework (by rovo89, Tungstwenty)

LG Nexus 4 (E960) : KitKat 4.4.2 (KOT49H) rooted
ASUS Nexus 7 (ME370T) : KitKat 4.4.2 (KOT49H) rooted
Sony Xperia S (LT26i) : Jelly Bean 4.1.2 (6.2.B.1.96) rooted, DooMKernel (by DooMLoRD)
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Seems great so far. Only thing I have noticed is that in the benchmark test, overclocking doesn't seem to accelerate the FPS in the 3D category. I'm at 1500ghz and still can't get over 59 FPS, where in the original motley kernel, I would get about 71 frames at that same cpu speed. That aside, everything is smooth. I appreciate your efforts!
That's a good thing. See above post.

Use basemark es 2.0 taiji to compare GPU overclocks since it isn't limited by screen refresh rate.

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