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[Kernel][SENSE][Feb 20]BeastMode Evita Plus | S2w Mpdec [Linaro -O3][Linux 3.4.11]

3rd November 2012, 05:54 AM |#11  
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Does s2w impact the battery life in this kernel? Because I'm running rohan's build 5 kernel and I'm losing battery a lot faster than usual. But I'm super excited that all these s2w kernels are popping up! If battery loss is what it takes, I'm willing to make that sacrifice. Thanks for all the work you put into this kernel btw

Beta testers reported 20+ hours of battery life

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3rd November 2012, 05:56 AM |#12  
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Beta testers reported 20+ hours of battery life

Wooooo man that's unbelievable! Great news to hear, you just made my day
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3rd November 2012, 05:59 AM |#13  
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Good job bro. Don't forget to add updated aroma to v2.56. It fixes touch issues in the installer in the channel log that is. Lol I already did it :P

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stuck on 10% of the installing kernel step. Come from 2.20. Do I still need to flash it by fastboot?
3rd November 2012, 06:04 AM |#15  
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stuck on 10% of the installing kernel step. Come from 2.20. Do I still need to flash it by fastboot?

Try it again. Sometimes it gets stuck cause of TWRP. And the new install method will replace the need for fastboot flashing. Just flash and reboot!

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3rd November 2012, 06:08 AM |#16  
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stuck on 10% of the installing kernel step. Come from 2.20. Do I still need to flash it by fastboot?

I had beta testers use twrp and CWM

they both had success
3rd November 2012, 06:13 AM |#17  
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It works! It stopped at the 10% for about 5 mins, but after rebooting, everything works fine. Thanks!
BTW: Has the default setting been undervolted?
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3rd November 2012, 06:16 AM |#18  
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Try it again. Sometimes it gets stuck cause of TWRP. And the new install method will replace the need for fastboot flashing. Just flash and reboot!

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wt new install method u r talking abt?is it that you install the zip file in the recovery and that is enough?
and also is this kernel having otg feature?
3rd November 2012, 06:20 AM |#19  
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Flashed normally, twrp, no issues at all. Said 10% and didn't display any higher digit of completion, but it did complete and reboot, tested that slide-to-wake thinger to nake sure it wasnt just screwing with me, it and works great. Thanks for all the commitment to the One XL! May we be graced with your awesome sauce for ages to come.

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got it installed , hung at 10% and rebooted twice before booting up, all seems well other than my status bar was backwards for a second, which governor would be recommended for the best performance with good battery life? im on viper xl, id also like to know whether cfq, deadline or noop is better?
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