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12th April 2013, 01:59 AM |#301  
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Interested by this new kernel, dkp. Anyone try it yet? Apparently it's been on other carriers for a month.

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Running now, with freelunch governor and is running really good

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14th April 2013, 03:29 PM |#302  
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Running KT747 4/11 on Carbon's 4/13 nightly OC to 1.89Ghz with voltage adjustments, row scheduler, and some VM tweaks as well as build prop tweaks. Ran a benchmark through Quadrant with the Performance governor (but dd the Ktoons governor) and got this:
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I very happy with how its running, extremely responsive and have had no issues with stability at all. I don't see any slow down with ktoons vs performance and ktoons governor actually benched 52xx or so

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15th April 2013, 04:12 AM |#303  
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Pretty much where I'm at also

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15th April 2013, 02:48 PM |#304  
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The things that are harder to get are worth the trouble. You wouldn't be disappointed.

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15th April 2013, 05:31 PM |#305  
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Just a bit of a pain to get an invite to the site but oh well. Don't know anyone who would be able to get me in... :|
15th April 2013, 05:46 PM |#306  
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Just a bit of a pain to get an invite to the site but oh well. Don't know anyone who would be able to get me in... :|

You have some unnamed people to thank for that; they lied to get access to the site to steal and were caught. So now there are tighter controls to protect the organization from thefts. I could name names but that would just get me a warning / infraction. They are well protected developers. Besides, there has been enough drama so it would be great if they would just let go.
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You have some unnamed people to thank for that; they lied to get access to the site to steal and were caught. So now there are tighter controls to protect the organization from thefts. I could name names but that would just get me a warning / infraction. They are well protected developers. Besides, there has been enough drama so it would be great if they would just let go.

Nobody under my watch is "well protected." XDA enforces the forum rules here and is not responsible for what goes on beyond this site. That goes for the site of which you speak, github, google +, Twitbook, all of them. So as you say let's end this here. PM each other if you want to try to get invites to there.
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15th April 2013, 09:00 PM |#308  
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On another note, I'm on latest goodness with latest stable faux kernel. Guerrilla gadgets extended battery and can barely last half a day 1680/482, on demand and noop. Once I get a decent charge I'm gonna flash Zeus v2. Was getting pretty solid battery on my last Rom with it
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Anyways, ignoring all the negative facts and stuff about how to get it and such, I'm curious, how does it compare to the widely available ones that are out now (LT, KT, ect) in your opinion? I've always wondered that since I keep hearing great things about it but never how it compares to the ones that are more widely available. On CleanRom 5.6 since I seem to be getting the best performance out of it but am tempted to give custom kernels a shot again to see if I can get even better performance out of it.
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I asked that discussions of that other site cease
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