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[Kernel][Apr 26] Perseus

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By AndreiLux, Senior Member on 5th November 2012, 07:49 PM
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This is a direct port of my kernel on the international I9300 Galaxy S3 and sidekick to the international N7100/5 Note 2 kernels.

Recap of features:
  • CPU overclocking up to 1.8GHz and undervolting from 600mV to 1400mV.
  • GPU overclocking and undervolting.
  • GPU scaling reworked.
  • Screen sharpness and colour modifications.
  • Extended Pegasusq and improved Performance governors.
  • Removed Touch Booster and replaced with custom Flexrate mechanic.
  • Improved scheduler power management for improved idle residencies on auxiliary CPUs.
  • USB charging rate limit increased to 900mA.
  • Application for control of various settings.

This is supposed to be merely a proxy thread. Please refer to the N7100/5 thread for full changelogs, explanations, bug-reports and other issues. Kernel for specific device versions will be posted here.

This kernel is for the North American Sprint variant SPH-L900. Versions for other variants are found in their respective forums.
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5th November 2012, 07:51 PM |#2  
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Thanks for your work on this and allowing me to test! We really appreciate it! And this kernel runs really well!!
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5th November 2012, 07:56 PM |#3  
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how do you flash kernels on this machine?

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5th November 2012, 07:57 PM |#4  
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This is on the sprint forum is this a sprint kernel.. how do you flash kernels on this machine?

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Yes, that's why it's posted here... and either through Odin or CWM/TWRP.
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5th November 2012, 08:42 PM |#5  
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This is awesome, I was just wondering if we there was going to be a lack of original development on the carrier specific models. Thanks a lot for this AndreiLux, and thanks for testing Viperboy.
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Yes, that's why it's posted here... and either through Odin or CWM/TWRP.

So you can just flash it through twrp like when flashing a rom. There is a tar file and than a cwm zip file.
Would i use the zip if flashing with twrp?

So is there ever any reason one would need odin

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5th November 2012, 08:58 PM |#7  
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So you can just flash it through twrp like when flashing a rom. There is a tar file and than a cwm zip file.
Would i use the zip if flashing with twrp?

So is there ever any reason one would need odin

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I just flashed it via twrp. Working good so far. Use the zip.

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So you can just flash it through twrp like when flashing a rom. There is a tar file and than a cwm zip file.
Would i use the zip if flashing with twrp?

So is there ever any reason one would need odin

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Yes the zip is for CWM/TWRP and the .tar is for Odin. In my case I had to use Odin to flash the insecure boot.img before able to install a custom recovery, if there is another way I am not aware, Not sure how Chainfires tool does it.
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Yes the zip is for CWM/TWRP and the .tar is for Odin. In my case I had to use Odin to flash the insecure boot.img before able to install a custom recovery, if there is another way I am not aware, Not sure how Chainfires tool does it.

Not sure about this. But ok i am going to do it..

Ha ha ha i hate doing New things.. well i dunno if it did anything but but phone still boots ha ha ha

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---------- Post added at 09:31 PM ---------- Previous post was at 09:10 PM ----------

Great job on this page my antutu score up another 1500 not that it wasn't great already.. wow man this phone rocks

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