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[Kernel] BinDroid SM-P600 - P601 | V2.0.0 | CPU UV | Boosted | Correct Colour Scaling | arm-eabi-linaro-4.6.2

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11th February 2014, 05:18 PM   |  #481  
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Did you test with stock kernel?

Ffs pcmag might have made me reset to stock for no reason after finding these results!

http://m.gsmarena.com/samsung_galaxy...iew-1003p5.php



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F**k pcmag they should stick to PC's if they are even capable of testing them. Their results are wrong. After testing stock kernel got 2.0 and 14 fps respectively. So great news @DutchDanny is on target in all aspects of the kernel. Not that I ever doubted him

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11th February 2014, 05:23 PM   |  #482  
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Ffs pcmag might have made me reset to stock for no reason after finding these results!

http://m.gsmarena.com/samsung_galaxy...iew-1003p5.php



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F**k pcmag they should stick to PC's if they are even capable of testing them. Their results are wrong. After testing stock kernel got 2.0 and 14 fps respectively. So great news @DutchDanny is on target in all aspects of the kernel. Not that I ever doubted him

You even get higher scores if you set the file to 600 Mhz. Something goes wrong when it is set to 667 or higher. But yes, Danny is doing great considering the short time that his owns the tab.
11th February 2014, 06:34 PM   |  #483  
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Honestly was just the way my brain read it lol nobody pointed it out till now

Flux-capacitor.
11th February 2014, 06:40 PM   |  #484  
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Flux-capacitor.

"It works! Ha ha, IT WORKS! You bet your ass it works" :P

11th February 2014, 11:16 PM   |  #485  
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# Build 3 - 7 feb 2014
# BinDroid-SM-P600-P601-V1.0.0
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cpufreq: Add a sync limit to cpu-boost
cpufreq: Add Input Boost feature to the cpu-boost driver
config: Enabled Performance, powersave, conservative governor
Enabled Multi-purpose USB Networking Framework (ASIX AX88xx)
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Asix driver works perfectly... Thank you

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13th February 2014, 01:08 AM   |  #486  
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Asix driver works perfectly... Thank you

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SO what again is exactly the purpose of this driver again? USB host?
13th February 2014, 01:42 AM   |  #487  
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SO what again is exactly the purpose of this driver again? USB host?

Pluggable USB RJ45/network adapter. Samsung disabled these so we would be forced to buy their adapters...

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13th February 2014, 02:59 AM   |  #488  
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Pluggable USB RJ45/network adapter. Samsung disabled these so we would be forced to buy their adapters...

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You can use cat5 eh? Interesting. I can see how this might be useful in a situation where the router has no wifi.
13th February 2014, 05:25 PM   |  #489  
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Pluggable USB RJ45/network adapter. Samsung disabled these so we would be forced to buy their adapters...

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No Ethernet-over-USB is compiled in the kernel 3.4.39. It's not true to write that Samsung as disable something to force people to buy their adapters.
I don't think Samsung has developed its own Ethernet-over-USB chipset. In the source, there is no driver for Samsung Ethernet-over-USB waiting to be compiled. The ethernet device marked "Samsung" seen in CES 2014 must be running already existing chipset(s). One more probable reason of missing ethernet driver is that Ethernet is not fully supported in the Android code. That's why some applications say : "no network found" when we have installed custom kernel supporting Ethernet-over-USB chipset. Disabling all low level ethernet support in the kernel reduces complains of users not used to kernel/ROM hack.
13th February 2014, 05:52 PM   |  #490  
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No Ethernet-over-USB is compiled in the kernel 3.4.39. It's not true to write that Samsung as disable something to force people to buy their adapters.
I don't think Samsung has developed its own Ethernet-over-USB chipset. In the source, there is no driver for Samsung Ethernet-over-USB waiting to be compiled. The ethernet device marked "Samsung" seen in CES 2014 must be running already existing chipset(s). One more probable reason of missing ethernet driver is that Ethernet is not fully supported in the Android code. That's why some applications say : "no network found" when we have installed custom kernel supporting Ethernet-over-USB chipset. Disabling all low level ethernet support in the kernel reduces complains of users not used to kernel/ROM hack.

They most probably haven't done it on purpose to save complaints of incompatibility. However they have took advantage of this by bringing out there over price compatible hardware. To make more money I think this is fair to say


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