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[Kernel][Sense][4.4.2]iHate Kernel

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22nd April 2014, 09:37 AM   |  #1  
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Posting my kernels here so its less difficult to find. I'll clean up the thread later. Main credits go to @Zarboz and @.torrented


Updated: 4/24

Fauxless

GPE:
http://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=23329332407588931
Sense:
http://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=23329332407588933



+Faux123's gamma/sound control

GPE:
http://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=23329332407588930
Sense:
http://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=23329332407588932


Features:

Frontswap
Gamma control
Governor optimizations
F2FS
CIFS
NTFS
Slimbus OC
Increased Gain
Various sound driver optimization s
Faux sound control
Drive droid compatibility
Sweep2Wake
Sweep2Sleep
DoubleTap2Wake
GPU OC
CPU OC
Arm Topology driver
CPU power driver
TCP congestion control
Voltage Control
DynFsync
ect...

Source link:
https://github.com/iHateWEBos/Monaru...t/commits/hate

Additional credit goes to every kernel dev you've ever heard of, since very few XDA kernels contain 100% original work.

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iHate Kernel, a Kernel for the HTC Droid DNA

Contributors
iHateWebOS, zarboz, .torrented
Kernel Special Features: s2w,s2s,dt2w,cifs,NTFS,F2fs,kexec

Version Information
Status: Stable

Created 2014-04-22
Last Updated 2014-04-24
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Q: why are there faux and faux free versions?

A: i love a lean kernel. with that said if you never plan on messing with gamma, or
purchasing FauxSound control app then i suggest you use the versions that dont have those features.
makes no sense to use a kernel with lots of bells and whistles youll never use.

Q: whats frontswap?

A: Frontswap -- and cleancache -- with a fairly small impact on the kernel,
provides a huge amount of flexibility for more dynamic, flexible RAM
utilization in various system configurations

When a workload starts swapping, performance falls through the floor.
Frontswap significantly increases performance in many such workloads by
providing a clean, dynamic interface to read and write swap pages to
"transcendent memory" that is otherwise not directly addressable to the kernel.
This interface is ideal when data is transformed to a different form
and size (such as with compression) or secretly moved (as might be
useful for write-balancing for some RAM-like devices). Swap pages (and
evicted page-cache pages) are a great use for this kind of slower-than-RAM-
but-much-faster-than-disk "pseudo-RAM device" and the frontswap (and
cleancache) interface to transcendent memory provides a nice way to read
and write -- and indirectly "name" -- the pages.

Q: I heard if you disable swap, then performance increases.

A: Bottom line is that, without swap:

1. Your system will be less stable.
2. Your system will not be able to hibernate as well.
3. Disk access speed in your system will be slower compared to a system that has swap partition.
Moreover, disk access speed will drop in the course of time.

Q: ive been messing with my frequency settings, and they wont stick. what gives?

A: the installer hardcodes min/max frequencies. if youd like to try something different
run the installer again, and pick new min/max frequencies there.

Q: I'm trying to use gamma control,but the settings dont seem to stick once my screen shuts on/off.

A: im aware of this. if you use the FauxControl app from the playstore your setting will stick better
however youll still have to cycle your screen on/off to reapply the values. im looking into this and hopefully
will figure this issue out soon.

Q: DriveDroid?

A: this is an app that allows you to use your phone as a bootdisk for your PC.

Q: My phones really hot, what the heck did you do!?

A: put your phone down. heavy use of your phone will make it hot. no amount of
kernel magic will keep your phone cool while under heavy use.

Q: just to spite you ive been flashing GPE kernels on sense roms, and they WORK!!!!

A: yes they boot, but any issues you have while expiermenting will make it more difficult
to seperate user error from kernel error. please just use GPE for GPE based roms and SENSE for
SENSE based roms.

Q: if i see you on the street, can i shake your hand?

A: NO

Q: can we have more governors?

A: no, kernels dont like redundancy. having four governors based on the on-demand governor just
isnt good practice.
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Thanks mate!! Can I use this in Insertcoin?

EDIT : Also anyway to implement kexec-hardboot?

EDIT 2 : Sorry for the questions, just figure I'd ask now before the thread gets flooded with this question.. but since we have m8 kernel source is there any way to get motion gestures, again, sorry for the questions.

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Sorry for the stupid question :
The difference between GPE kernel and Sense kernel? Because I have flashing a GPE kernel with Sense rom (Insertcoin v2.3.0)and it also works well.
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Originally Posted by xXminiWHOOPERxX

Thanks mate!! Can I use this in Insertcoin?

EDIT : Also anyway to implement kexec-hardboot?

EDIT 2 : Sorry for the questions, just figure I'd ask now before the thread gets flooded with this question.. but since we have m8 kernel source is there any way to get motion gestures, again, sorry for the questions.

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Kexec-hardboot is kind of pointless right now until I figure out why it won't boot sense as the primary rom, but I believe it's already enabled, it was in .torrented's versions at least. Btw if you think you might have any ideas on how to fix that, help is welcome. Pretty sure it has something to do with how partitions are mounted. If you look through the multirom thread you can see my unsuccessful attempts to fix it.
@iHateWebOS good to see your own thread for this


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Originally Posted by ancola66

Sorry for the stupid question :
The difference between GPE kernel and Sense kernel? Because I have flashing a GPE kernel with Sense rom (Insertcoin v2.3.0)and it also works well.

Gpe kernel will boot on sense, but you may have touch issues ect. To be on the safe side, and to avoid false bug reports Im posting the two versions.

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I'm using Google Now Launcher on a Sense 6 ROM and everything is good. Is there a recommendation of Sense over GPE as Sense is my base or should I be using GPE?
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Sense base = sense kernel. Gpe base = Gpe kernel.

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Quote:
Originally Posted by iHateWebOS

Posting my kernels here so its less difficult to find. I'll clean up the thread later. Main credits go to @zarboz and @.torrented
With faux features
GPE:
http://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=23329332407588146
Sense:
http://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=23329332407588145

Thank you for doing this!

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What are your recommended settings for the best battery life?

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