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[STOCK KERNEL] ZVC viper kernel for E975

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10th February 2014, 08:37 PM   |  #1  
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Sorry for posting here but disscusion about this are all over international and sprint optimus g and is also not for developement section.
LS970 has the same hardware as E975 so kernel should be the same, the only difference is that LS970 is CMDA, causing wifi issues on E975.

Viper ZVC is a stock based kernel with some very useful modifications: UC, OC, voltages control, faux gamma / audio and dynamic FSYNC.

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IMPORTANT: I will also upload a flashable recovery archieve with necessary modules to get wifi working, and modules_stock in case you restore LG stock boot.img

Known issues
  • max / min CPU freqs random reset (usually after reboot you have to set them back in trickster mod)
  • Strange LED behaviour (fixed using LightFlow with direct mode and root mode switched on)

Original thread: Viper ZVC
Enjoy more battery life and performance on your stock based ROM

Credits:
gearslam for his kernel
davevinci for modules
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File Type: zip modules.zip - [Click for QR Code] (1.33 MB, 252 views)
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WE WILL TRY AND USE THE RESULT posted the SAME ROM YOU
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Does anyone have a stock kernel in case I do something wrong, to go back to stock?
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Does anyone have a stock kernel in case I do something wrong, to go back to stock?

Back up with CWM. In case there is anything wrong, you can do advanced restore and restore the boot.img. For now, we don't have stock kernel. I tried it and it is working. So far no issues.
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I read somewhere that cpu frequency is 1.8 for default and even if reduced keeps jumpin to the highest value. The same for the gpu. Can someone check this?

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Does anyone have a stock kernel in case I do something wrong, to go back to stock?

Tonight I will make a flashable zip for stock rom and modules.

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I read somewhere that cpu frequency is 1.8 for default and even if reduced keeps jumpin to the highest value. The same for the gpu. Can someone check this?

True, this problem can be solved turning off mpdecision and activating freq lock. But 1.8ghz is really stable never had any issues and it hardly touch 1.8 with mpdecision on. (35h, only 9 minutes on 1.8)
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Thankyou.
Downloading kernel,will try later.
Is this kernel undervotaged by default? Or we need some app?

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Downloading kernel,will try later.
Is this kernel undervotaged by default? Or we need some app?

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You will have to use trickster mod to undervolt.
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Can't install apps from playstore after flashing this kernel and modules fix. I'm getting error 403 or error 923 after reboot. Done factory reset...same errors occur. Tried on Savvy rom v5.1 and E97510b-CIS-XX 4.1.2 - MODv1.51

how to fix this?
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Can't install apps from playstore after flashing this kernel and modules fix. I'm getting error 403 or error 923 after reboot. Done factory reset...same errors occur. Tried on Savvy rom v5.1 and E97510b-CIS-XX 4.1.2 - MODv1.51

how to fix this?

Definetely the kernel has nothing to do with play store, so no ideea what causes your problem.

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