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[Kernel][AOSP] BasicKernel 02/06

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By kejar31, Recognized Developer on 31st January 2013, 06:05 PM
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Okay.. Most of you people know who I am.. and if you know me you know I am not much of a kernel dev :P ... Regardless, I love AOSP but while running CM10.1, I felt I was missing some things that were more readily available for a Stock ROM.. Things such as (unofficial)Voodoo sound, Overclocking and Undervolting.. So I went ahead and forked CM's kernel and added a few needed things.


Notes:

Thie kernel is for AOSP only!

This kernel include's codeworkx's downgrade to mali r2p4 commit from CM's gerrit.. In this commit codeworkx specifically states that there is a memory leak. Now I will also say this.. This downgrade greatly improves the graphical glitches found in the android 4.2 ROMS, IE no more keyboard funkyness etc... I have yet to see this leak myself and think the trade-off is worth it. If this causes serious issues for people let me know.

Features:

Compiled with the Linaro GCC 4.7.3 toolchain
Updated wifi driver
Unofficial Voodoo sound driver (otherwise this has not been reviewed and approved by Supercurio)
OverClock up to 1.8 Ghz
CPU Undervolting
Downgrade to mali r2p4 which fixed graphic glitches

ChangeLog:

A4 - initial release

A5
Compiled with the Linaro GCC 4.7.3 toolchain
Updated wifi driver


Downloads:

Kernel source - https://github.com/kejar31/android_k...msung_smdk4412

i605 (VZW) - http://androidhosting.org/Devs/kejar31/BasicKernel-i605-A5.zip


Credit:

gokhanmoral
codeworkx
sbrissen
CyanogenMod
supercurio
Tk-Glitch
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Re: [T0ltecdma][Kernel - AOSP] BasicKernel 01/31
Can this be flashed using liquid 3.2.1?

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Can this be flashed using liquid 3.2.1?

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yes it can
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Re: [T0ltecdma][Kernel - AOSP] BasicKernel 01/31
Any cache wipe needed?

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Any cache wipe needed?

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never a bad idea.. but you shouldn't have to
31st January 2013, 06:17 PM |#6  
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Re: [Kernel - AOSP] BasicKernel 01/31
Thanks Kejar! Appreciate this brotha

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31st January 2013, 06:42 PM |#7  
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let me know how it is working for you guys!
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Re: [Kernel][AOSP] BasicKernel 01/31
Seems to be working well

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31st January 2013, 07:24 PM |#9  
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Thanks for the work! And for a blast from the past:

Long live !!
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You say there is a memory leak with the downgrade, I assume this will affect performance? Do you know where the CM kernel is located, in case we want to go back?

Thanks for the development! Maybe we'll see a comeback of Gummy....or Liberty....
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Its not bad. Not getting near the benchmarks i was getting with jelly beans and perseus kernal.



Ps: battery seems to be better on this now though(liquid 3.2.1)
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