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[KERNEL][OC][STOCK/CROMI] JB 4.2.1 ★ Hundsbuah ★ 10.6.1.14.10 ★ v3.4.0 ★ BETA v3.4.4

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11th February 2013, 10:34 AM   |  #1  
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1Thanks to: _that, sbdags, steveman29 and all testers out here

If you like my work you can donate by clicking the link below:
https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/websc...=BGD8ETXAPXNEQ

Please tell me your xda nickname in the donation!

Donators: steveman29, bads3ctor, Douglas Wing, pastorbob62, Yamir Gonzalez, ziggy71, sbdags, Mackis, Daruniafx, MotoFlasher, tijsva, JoinTheRealms, faustus1005, ubefuct, LetMeKnow


IMPORTANT:
Please always try to undervolt the CPU as much as you can/as its running stable! Less VCORE, less heat, more batterylife!
If you get reboots and/or cpu gov scaling errors, you have undervolted too much!



PLL Calculation Excel:
I have also made a cpu pll calculation excel sheet. there you can calculate your correct M,N values for a specific freq
Download here: http://www29.zippyshare.com/v/35204606/file.html

Printout hexdumps from edp.c:
I also wrote a small c-programm to print out the content of the edp hex-dump.
just copy the hex values from your edp.c in edplimits.c. look in the file and you know how to.
Its an eclipse project.
The output is a file called: edp_entrys.txt
Check out your speedo_id and regulator id and search for it in the .txt file


Download here: http://www58.zippyshare.com/v/40584147/file.html

Source:

Kernel:
https://github.com/Hundsbuah/tf700t_10_6_1_14_4

MyApp:

https://github.com/Hundsbuah/HundsbuahsKernelTweaks


If you dont make any changes to my kernel here my recommendation:

- Use asus batterysaver for (as the name sais: powersaving)
- use asus balanced mode for gaming or heavy loaded apps (this is not oc too much so it wont burn ur hand away)
- use asus normal/performance mode for daily use (surfing, browsing apps, just the normal daily use (except gaming!!)
- if you have our own frequency setting, i recommend for gaming: 1600MHz CPU Quadcore max. and 600MHz GPU max



Need help - Still something unclear?: THX lucius.zen
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2232715



Android App for my Kernel:

v2.3
Code:
- init.d file will be created if it not exists before my app is using it (initd error messages should be gone now )
- fixed bug that causes a force close in the cpu uv section when trying to change cpu voltages
http://d-h.st/fEm
v2.4
Code:
- added boot to linux tab (you need the latest beta kernel!! and you need to flash the linux installer zip)
http://d-h.st/Y3T

Linux Installer (needed by my App):


v1.0
BETA RELEASES JB4.2:

v3.4.1
Code:
- kexec hardboot support
- dynamic fsync added
http://d-h.st/7jX


New app v2.4:
- added boot to linux tab (you need the latest beta kernel!!)
http://d-h.st/Y3T


What do i have to do when i want to boot to linux from your Hundsbuah App?
- Just download this linux installer zip, flash it in recovery and be sure that you are on the latest beta kernel (v3.4.1 from 2013-10-29)
- You can install Linux as a virtual image and use all the default settings during installation!
http://d-h.st/GBy

v3.4.2

Code:
- added a lot of tcp congestions
 http://d-h.st/bXd
v3.4.3
Code:
- added bfq io scheduler
- added sio io scheduler
http://d-h.st/ACY
v3.4.4
Code:
- Removed frequencies from the frequency table: 1.28 Ghz, 1.33 Ghz, 1.37 Gh, 1.54 Ghz
http://d-h.st/ILo
STABLE RELEASES JB4.2:

v3.4.0
Code:
normal+data2sd
(this is kernel is for both versions, normal and data2sd - if you dont install the data2sd patch from below it is working as normal "non data2sd version")
http://d-h.st/hyD
data2sd patch:
Code:
just format the 2nd partition of ur sdcard with ext2 or ext4 and set the 2nd partition as active or boot
install this patch: http://d-h.st/xbU
and use the normal+data2sd kernel from above
big thanks to _that!
Bugs:
- you tell me


Please report any problems / feedback
Last edited by Hundsbuah; 17th February 2014 at 11:39 AM. Reason: added beta v3.4.4
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11th February 2013, 11:18 AM   |  #2  
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Will have a quick play today

---------- Post added at 09:56 AM ---------- Previous post was at 09:44 AM ----------

OK first problem this causes DSP manager to continually force close. On CROMI 3.2.2 deodex

---------- Post added at 10:18 AM ---------- Previous post was at 09:56 AM ----------

OK more issues to report I'm afraid. Went into system tuner. Default governor was set to conservative. Changed it to pegasusq and system tuner froze. Then went to the market to update some apps, started downloading and tab rebooted on its own. Had another reboot when it finished loading.

Back to _that 2 kernel and all OK again. This kernel needs a bit more testing mate. Let me know if you need some help.
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11th February 2013, 11:29 PM   |  #3  
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Hi Hundsbuah,
I'm testing out your latest kernel and found many options for cpu govenor and scheduler. Is it possible you could provide a quick summary for them, so I have an idea how to test and the combo I should be using. Thanks
Govenor:
brazukkabwax
oegasysq
Smartassv2
lulzactive
Schedule:
sio
row
vr
Thanks again.
11th February 2013, 11:57 PM   |  #4  
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Re: [KERNEL][OC] Hundsbuah ★ 10.4.4.25
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Originally Posted by buhohitr

Hi Hundsbuah,
I'm testing out your latest kernel and found many options for cpu govenor and scheduler. Is it possible you could provide a quick summary for them, so I have an idea how to test and the combo I should be using. Thanks
Govenor:
brazukkabwax
oegasysq
Smartassv2
lulzactive
Schedule:
sio
row
vr
Thanks again.

Learn to search there are multiple threads here on xda that give detailed descriptions of governors, io schedulers, and even tcp congestion algorithms.
12th February 2013, 12:10 AM   |  #5  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ejhart

Learn to search there are multiple threads here on xda that give detailed descriptions of governors, io schedulers, and even tcp congestion algorithms.

I think it's good to keep all here in this thread. I don't want "technical" details,but a simple common sense for common users. For example:
SmartassV2 - For heavy multi-task users but still save on battery.
Got my point?
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12th February 2013, 03:22 PM   |  #6  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by buhohitr

I think it's good to keep all here in this thread. I don't want "technical" details,but a simple common sense for common users. For example:
SmartassV2 - For heavy multi-task users but still save on battery.
Got my point?

i havent tested much atm because i dont have as much time as i wish and my free time is testing new kernel features/versions. but pegasusq and row/vr should run great with also good battery.

brazilianwax is a more aggressiv smartassv2 version.

here are some gov explained:
http://www.alliance-rom.com/communit...ors-explained/
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12th February 2013, 05:23 PM   |  #7  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Hundsbuah

i havent tested much atm because i dont have as much time as i wish and my free time is testing new kernel features/versions. but pegasusq and row/vr should run great with also good battery.

brazilianwax is a more aggressiv smartassv2 version.

here are some gov explained:
http://www.alliance-rom.com/communit...ors-explained/

OK, thanks, I can do the testing myself, not a problem.
12th February 2013, 05:28 PM   |  #8  
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I like this thread with explanations, although it is technical in nature:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1369817

And with a search I stumbled onto this one:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1631894

which I have to read myself as well. On first glace much information seems copypasta'd, but hey, you never know.
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13th February 2013, 01:17 AM   |  #9  
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Hundsbuah,
Thank you for the new update, I have a favor to ask, is it possbile you can make a data2sd version of this kernel? I'm runing data2sd and it's definitely smoother than the regular, I would like to keep the data2sd andn try out with your kernel. I already tried your kernel version 1.2 and it's pretty smooth.
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13th February 2013, 11:49 AM   |  #10  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by buhohitr

... a data2sd version of this kernel?

+1

Please incorporate d2sd versions into your releases , at least major updates.
So many TF700 users are now using this mod to help relieve some 'issues' ...

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