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[Kernel][Apr 26] Perseus

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20th February 2013, 07:41 AM |#591  
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Re: [Kernel][Jan 31] Perseus
Hello, this is OP chiming in.
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Yeah, not sure what happened there, but figured you should get a legit answer to a legit question. For reference 32.1 IS based on ma5

You're an idiot. Several people corrected you and you're still trying to convey something completely false as a hard fact.

No, the kernel is not based on any firmware.

And for a bit of education: Complied kernels are based on source code. In the case of Samsung that may mean a specific firmware from which the source drop may have originated from. However for me and for this kernel that is false since I haven't used a pure source drop in 4+ months, and the current kernel is a conglomeration of S3, N2 and Note 10.1 sources.

And, as somebody else mentioned already, Samsung kernels are ROM agnostic. Unless there are big changes in the kernel APIs, which happen once in a while on major versions of Android and ROM build. And this also answers people's question "will this run on XXYZ?", yes it will. (Except AOSP)
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22nd February 2013, 02:46 AM |#592  
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Anyone tried this on an MA7-based ROM yet? Does it work?

So far so good

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22nd February 2013, 03:04 AM |#593  
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Hello, this is OP chiming in.You're an idiot. Several people corrected you and you're still trying to convey something completely false as a hard fact.

No, the kernel is not based on any firmware.

And for a bit of education: Complied kernels are based on source code. In the case of Samsung that may mean a specific firmware from which the source drop may have originated from. However for me and for this kernel that is false since I haven't used a pure source drop in 4+ months, and the current kernel is a conglomeration of S3, N2 and Note 10.1 sources.

And, as somebody else mentioned already, Samsung kernels are ROM agnostic. Unless there are big changes in the kernel APIs, which happen once in a while on major versions of Android and ROM build. And this also answers people's question "will this run on XXYZ?", yes it will. (Except AOSP)

Damn that just happened.

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22nd February 2013, 03:29 AM |#594  
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Damn that just happened.

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It had to lol he wouldn't listen to the folks that tried to help him acknowledge that what he was saying was false info lol.

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Damn that just happened.

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It had to lol he wouldn't listen to the folks that tried to help him acknowledge that what he was saying was false info lol.

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It had to lol he wouldn't listen to the folks that tried to help him acknowledge that what he was saying was false info lol.

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Way too funny!

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Lol good job man! Unbelievable!
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does this destroy battery life on MA7?
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does this destroy battery life on MA7?

No. I'm running solid at 24hrs+ with moderate (everything but gaming) use.

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Thanks for the update.

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So far so good with the new kernel. Appreciate the update AndreiLux.

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