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Post [KERNEL][3.0.72+][Unofficial CM11][Linaro 4.7.4][tate][03/31] Overclocks

Modified kernels overclocked. Tested on unofficial CM11.0 builds
I am not responsible if this bricks your device(no reason that it should but just in case).

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Hashcode's latest updates 03/25
Linaro 4.7.4 14.01 Christopher83 for all builds
GPU Overclock to 512 MHz up 33% from stock, CPU Overclock 42% up to 1.7 GHzBoth downloads have it
 


Overclocks
omap4_trim_quirks.c
-static bool dpll_trim_override;
+static bool dpll_trim_override = true;

opp4xxx_data.c
- // SpeedBin override value pulled from Tate device w/ efuse entry enabled.
- VOLT_DATA_DEFINE_NVALUE(OMAP4460_VDD_MPU_OPPNITROS B_UV, 0, OMAP44XX_CONTROL_FUSE_MPU_OPPNITROSB, 0xfa, 0x27, OMAP_ABB_FAST_OPP, 12316894),
+ /* SpeedBin override value pulled from Tate device w/ efuse entry enabled. */
+ // 1400 MHz.
+ VOLT_DATA_DEFINE_NVALUE(OMAP4460_VDD_MPU_OPPNITROS B_UV, 0, OMAP44XX_CONTROL_FUSE_MPU_OPPNITROSB, 0xfa, 0x27, OMAP_ABB_FAST_OPP,12316894),
+ // 1500 MHz stock setting.
+ VOLT_DATA_DEFINE_NVALUE(OMAP4460_VDD_MPU_OPPNITROS B_UV, 0, OMAP44XX_CONTROL_FUSE_MPU_OPPNITROSB, 0xfa, 0x27, OMAP_ABB_FAST_OPP,12316894),
+ // 1600 MHz Overclock.
+ VOLT_DATA_DEFINE_NVALUE(OMAP4460_VDD_MPU_OPPNITROS B_UV, 0, OMAP44XX_CONTROL_FUSE_MPU_OPPNITROSB, 0xfa, 0x27, OMAP_ABB_FAST_OPP,12316894),
+ // 1728 MHz Overclock.
+ VOLT_DATA_DEFINE_NVALUE(OMAP4460_VDD_MPU_OPPNITROS B_UV, 0, OMAP44XX_CONTROL_FUSE_MPU_OPPNITROSB, 0xfa, 0x27, OMAP_ABB_FAST_OPP,12316894),
+ // 1800 MHz Overclock.
+ VOLT_DATA_DEFINE_NVALUE(OMAP4460_VDD_MPU_OPPNITROS B_UV, 0, OMAP44XX_CONTROL_FUSE_MPU_OPPNITROSB, 0xfa, 0x27, OMAP_ABB_FAST_OPP,12316894),

/* MPU OPP4 - OPP-Nitro SpeedBin */
+ OPP_INITIALIZER("mpu", "virt_dpll_mpu_ck", "mpu", false, 1400000000, OMAP4460_VDD_MPU_OPPNITROSB_UV),
OPP_INITIALIZER("mpu", "virt_dpll_mpu_ck", "mpu", false, 1500000000, OMAP4460_VDD_MPU_OPPNITROSB_UV),
+ OPP_INITIALIZER("mpu", "virt_dpll_mpu_ck", "mpu", false, 1600000000, OMAP4460_VDD_MPU_OPPNITROSB_UV),
+ OPP_INITIALIZER("mpu", "virt_dpll_mpu_ck", "mpu", false, 1728000000, OMAP4460_VDD_MPU_OPPNITROSB_UV),
+ OPP_INITIALIZER("mpu", "virt_dpll_mpu_ck", "mpu", false, 1800000000, OMAP4460_VDD_MPU_OPPNITROSB_UV),
/* SGX OPP3 - OPPOV */
- OPP_INITIALIZER("gpu", "dpll_per_m7x2_ck", "core", true, 384000000, OMAP4460_VDD_CORE_OPP100_OV_UV),
+ OPP_INITIALIZER("gpu", "dpll_per_m7x2_ck", "core", true, 512000000, OMAP4460_VDD_CORE_OPP100_OV_UV),

if (omap4_has_mpu_1_5ghz() && trimmed)
+ omap4_opp_enable("mpu", 1400000000);
omap4_opp_enable("mpu", 1500000000);
+ omap4_opp_enable("mpu", 1600000000);
+ omap4_opp_enable("mpu", 1728000000);

Linaro
Makefile
ifdef CONFIG_CC_OPTIMIZE_MORE
KBUILD_CFLAGS += -O2 -fmodulo-sched -fmodulo-sched-allow-regmoves -fno-tree-vectorize
endif

KBUILD_CFLAGS := -Wall -Wundef -Wstrict-prototypes -Wno-trigraphs \
-fno-strict-aliasing -fno-common \
-Werror-implicit-function-declaration \
-Wno-format-security \
-fno-delete-null-pointer-checks \
-march=armv7-a -mtune=cortex-a9 -mfpu=neon \
-ffast-math -fsingle-precision-constant \
-fgcse-lm -fgcse-sm -fsched-spec-load -fforce-addr

tate_android_deconfig
-CONFIG_CC_OPTIMIZE_size=y
+# CONFIG_CC_OPTIMIZE_FOR_SIZE is not set
+CONFIG_CC_OPTIMIZE_MORE=y

Instructions:
Do this first: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2274338 (only if you haven't already)
Make sure you make a backup before flashing and/or flash the build 20140325 to go back to stock.
There may be an unexpected reboot on first boot! This is intended and necessary.

Smartreflex Override***NEW 3/31***
 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/9j0v4htkyz...e_20140331.zip
md5:d9986618035115fbd6a5df3b5903b8f0


***BONUS***
jb2Kred's Doubletap2wake feature. Just flash it after the kernel.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ealbs5cxal...ake_linaro.zip
MD5:dfb6afcd886e95d32a8e5d5986d53f29

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ROM: Official CyanogenMod 10.2 Nightly 20140330
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Modified kernels undervolted and overclocked they each also boot at max speed. Tested on PA and CM10.1.

1.4 GHz(try me first)
https://www.dropbox.com/s/va7u6t0dlo...HD7_1.4GHz.zip
MD5:e7810e7272b98fca97c02a0b519ad6d7

1.5 GHz(did you try 1.4?)
https://www.dropbox.com/s/1kd5qpi9o7...HD7_1.5GHz.zip
MD5:060c9aaad58016580e39a4f066dfb0f1

1.3 or 1.6 GHz(boots at 1.6 GHz)

THANKS TO:
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The people who experienced a freeze at the boot animation of Hashcode's CM10.1 build will also experience a freeze here (I tested both myself), no matter which .zip file you choose. If you wish to proceed, please make sure you have Hashcode's 1.2GHz kernel on the sdcard, so that you can just flash that over and not have a paperweight on your hands. A backup would also come in handy.
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Modified kernels undervolted and overclocked they each also boot at max speed. Tested on PA and CM10.1.

1.4 GHz(try me first)
https://www.dropbox.com/s/va7u6t0dlo...HD7_1.4GHz.zip
MD5:e7810e7272b98fca97c02a0b519ad6d7

1.5 GHz(did you try 1.4?)
https://www.dropbox.com/s/1kd5qpi9o7...HD7_1.5GHz.zip
MD5:060c9aaad58016580e39a4f066dfb0f1

1.3 or 1.6 GHz(boots at 1.6 GHz)

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see if meta.inf is well placed

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Originally Posted by Maromi View Post
Modified kernels undervolted and overclocked they each also boot at max speed. Tested on PA and CM10.1.

1.4 GHz(try me first)
https://www.dropbox.com/s/va7u6t0dlo...HD7_1.4GHz.zip
MD5:e7810e7272b98fca97c02a0b519ad6d7

1.5 GHz(did you try 1.4?)
https://www.dropbox.com/s/1kd5qpi9o7...HD7_1.5GHz.zip
MD5:060c9aaad58016580e39a4f066dfb0f1

1.3 or 1.6 GHz(boots at 1.6 GHz)

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Hashcode for his kernel
add governors and io scheluders and gpu overclock (or adding a new value, so we will have 3 frequencies, no the default 2) please


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The people who experienced a freeze at the boot animation of Hashcode's CM10.1 build will also experience a freeze here (I tested both myself), no matter which .zip file you choose. If you wish to proceed, please make sure you have Hashcode's 1.2GHz kernel on the sdcard, so that you can just flash that over and not have a paperweight on your hands. A backup would also come in handy.
are you wiping anything before or after flashing?

also of note is that im just sharing what i did to my device.
Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7" (tate)
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Modified kernels undervolted and overclocked they each also boot at max speed. Tested on PA and CM10.1.

1.4 GHz(try me first)
https://www.dropbox.com/s/va7u6t0dlo...HD7_1.4GHz.zip
MD5:e7810e7272b98fca97c02a0b519ad6d7

1.5 GHz(did you try 1.4?)
https://www.dropbox.com/s/1kd5qpi9o7...HD7_1.5GHz.zip
MD5:060c9aaad58016580e39a4f066dfb0f1

1.3 or 1.6 GHz(boots at 1.6 GHz)

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Now that you guys are making new kernels does this mean we are getting any closer to enabling USB host mode? maybe also enabling the GPS that's on the motherboard?
 
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This Aldo shows FM transmitter/received included. Just curious if its possible
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I was gonna say FM radio but then i remembered it has no antenna!

unless it works the same way as some mobile phones where the headset 3.5mm jack acts as a receiver, But idk!
 
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unless it works the same way as some mobile phones where the headset 3.5mm jack acts as a receiver, But idk!
Some? dont you mean all? XD

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