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[Kernel][Sense 4] crpalmer | August 25, 2013

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8th February 2013, 12:32 AM   |  #11  
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Re: [Kernel] [Linaro] [Linux 3.4.29] Version 1.0.0 - Feb 7
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Nice to see another kernel to choose from, I will give it a shot this weekend. Will you eventually put any you tweaks? Also, can this be flashed with FlashGui?

just tried, flashgui won't even let you flash it. Gotta wait till I get home I guess!

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8th February 2013, 12:37 AM   |  #12  
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Thanks for giving it a shot.
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Re: [Kernel] [Linaro] [Linux 3.4.29] Version 1.0.0 - Feb 7
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Very nice, does this have the latest changes that were just removed from elkays kernel? Also, could you add the lionheart gov?

I looked at elkays changes and it removes a background task that encourages a USB device to power down. This may or may not be a good thing. I'll see how elkay's testing goes before I pull in the change. If it goes well, I'll give it a try.
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Re: [Kernel] [Linaro] [Linux 3.4.29] Version 1.0.0 - Feb 7
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Nice to see another kernel to choose from, I will give it a shot this weekend. Will you eventually put any you tweaks? Also, can this be flashed with FlashGui?

What tweaks? It.already has a lot of improvements...

Any idea what flashgui accepts as input?
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I didn't see any mention of gpu tweaks so I didn't want to make assumptions, hence my question.

EDIT: I just noticed my autocorrect changed "gpu" to "you" in my post you responded to.
8th February 2013, 01:59 AM   |  #16  
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Any idea what flashgui accepts as input?

Flashgui worked for me. Renamed file to "boot.img" and ignored the warnings. I like living on the edge. Booted up and shows this kernel version. Thanks for this.

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8th February 2013, 02:04 AM   |  #17  
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Re: [Kernel] [Linaro] [Linux 3.4.29] Version 1.0.0 - Feb 7
Had a glitch with it already, phone was sleeping, got a message on gtalk and it locked full on vibration, blinking the led, wouldn't wake up and eventually rebooted after maybe 10 seconds. I've had this happen on one of the dsb kernels too, I think. Wiped caches again, hasn't occurred again so far.

Happened not 10 minutes after flashing it so I'm chalking it up to kernel making itself at home, just a note that it happened.

Edit: just rebooted again getting an email notification, UKB 1.3. Seems I can't receive a notification while the phone is sleeping or it jams up and reboots.

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Re: [Kernel] [Linaro] [Linux 3.4.29] Version 1.0.0 - Feb 7
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Flashgui worked for me. Renamed file to "boot.img" and ignored the warnings. I like living on the edge. Booted up and shows this kernel version. Thanks for this.

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Just did the same thing, was coming back to edit my last post lol

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Had a glitch with it already, phone was sleeping, got a message on gtalk and it locked full on vibration, blinking the led, wouldn't wake up and eventually rebooted after maybe 10 seconds. I've had this happen on one of the dsb kernels too, I think. Wiped caches again, hasn't occurred again so far.

Happened not 10 minutes after flashing it so I'm chalking it up to kernel making itself at home, just a note that it happened.

Edit: just rebooted again getting an email notification, UKB 1.3. Seems I can't receive a notification while the phone is sleeping or it jams up and reboots.

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After it reboots, can you try to get a log with

adb shell cat /proc/last_kmsg > last_kmsg.txt

and send a link to the last_kmsg.txt file?
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Originally Posted by orangechoochoo

I didn't see any mention of gpu tweaks so I didn't want to make assumptions, hence my question.

EDIT: I just noticed my autocorrect changed "gpu" to "you" in my post you responded to.

Ah, that makes more sense... I'm planning on including dsb's changes to any overclocking, etc. but I don't have the knowledge to tweak these settings myself.

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