This is for cm-10.1 ROMs
Safe to use other tweaks, i.e. Exit_Olny's
I thomas.raines, nor it's affiliates claim responsibility for anything you do to damage, destroy, brick, explode, or otherwise mess up your device.
Improved battery life
Improved network speeds
Improved boot times
Cleaner file systems
Governor tweaks for amazing speed and performance without sacrificing battery life
Improved Memory and Ram tweaks
Improved Internet speed
Amazing kernel tweaks, build.prop mods, init.d scripts and more!
Make a backup
Download .zip to PC
Transfer .zip to your sdcard
Or just download it straight to your phone
Reboot to recovery
Phone will automatically reboot after install**
Wait 10 minutes
Enjoy the Lightning Zap!
See 3rd post for further instructions on improving and customizing your Lighting Zap! experience.
**The first boots always takes the longest especially after a fresh install. If you pull a logcat during the first boot, you may see a few errors with the vacuum script. This is normal, and will be "fixed" after the phone has built the databases for the apps.
Please allow 24 hours after install and 1 full charge cycle before reporting results. Always provide me with a logcat with any issues you may experience.
Phase 1: Introduction of LZ kernel to device
Phase 2: Fine tuning of tweaks, values, etc
Phase 3: Implementation of more governors/io-schedulers
Phase 4: OC/UV and continue updating and adjusting as necessary
Source Code: kernel LZ_Packages
Includes flashing script, scripts, and other included packages for the lz kernels. LZ-vendor (I'll provide some instructions on how to implement lz kernel into your ROM this evening.)
Thanks to dastin1015 and Team-Hydra for kernel source
untz1456 for testing and help with debugging/verifying changes elport for testing
and the rest of the testers (pm me and I'll add your names guys)
ATTENTION: I am only updating the smdk4412 (new kernel) at this time. I believe most ROM devs have updated thier sources to use the smdk4412
If your ROM isn't yet compatibile with the new kernel, first talk to your ROM dev. If you ROM dev is not willing or unable to update
then let me know, and I will try to make the time to configure my sources for compiling the smdk4210 and update it. Otherwise, you
will have to wait till I can get to it.
smdk4412_p4.zip New kernel (link coming soon)
Added phase 1 thru 3.1 from old kernel
Bumped to 4.
cherry-picked from AGAT_GB27_kernel. Thanks agat63!
Added OC to 1.6
Edited bus frequencies and a whole bunch more
Voltage Control app still not working properly, but well enough...lol (I'm still working on it)
smdk4210 Old kernel
Bumped to 3.1.
Added lionheart governor.
Fixed smartass2 governor.
Bumped to phase 3.
Added hypervTNT (with phase 2 and 3 stepping) and smartass2 governors.
Working on voltage control app compatibility
E4GT_p2.zip Bump to phase 2
Minor adjustments on system control values
Added Xan's Voltage Control App (This will come in to play very soon)
Introduction of Lightning Zap!
Known bug. This might goober up gapps. So, be aware you might have to reinstall gapps. I'm working on it now...
The governor tweak is set for a fairly balance of performance and battery life. If you find yourself needing battery life over performance, you can make some minor changes. Here's how:
1 Download Script Manager from the market (it's free)
2 Open Script Manager and navigate to /system/etc/init.d
3 Press menu/more/advanced options and select mount as RW
4 Select 01governor and select "edit" at the top (this will open the file in a text editor)
5 Uncomment (remove # in the particular line) and change:
Only change values in increments of 5 for the up_threshold.
6 Select menu/save
7 Press the skull and cross bones icon at the top (this will allow Super User)
8 Press run, close app and enjoy
This will result is slightly slower performance but higher battery life.
When running in a higher performance mode (especially for gaming) you can disable powersave_bias by changing the 1 to a 0 like this:
Powersave_bias only allows the CPU to peak for small increments at a time, and not allow the CPU to remain peaked even when the system calls for it. In gaming, that could result in choppy, laggy perofrmance and slow FPS..
This is now controlled by the kernel. You can still change the values, but be careful as too low can result in camera and graphics issue and too high can seriously drain your battery
Changing the sampling rate controls smoothness and responsiveness. I set 150000 as default
How to incorporate LZ kernel into your ROM.
First you would add the kernel and vendor files to your manifest, then repo sync. I'm not going to tell you how to do this because I think if you are compiling a ROM you probably already know how. If not, let me know, and I'll post that up to.
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