Originally Posted by Flyview
What does this mean?
As I understand all of our kernels have been based on a gingerbread kernel!? Could someone inform us on what this really means?
P.s. Thanks for the kernel btw! Can't wait to try it. I tried CM11 before and was getting tons of BSOD/reboots, which may have been due to incorrect voltages. I've been stable for days on CM10.1.3 after I applied the correct stock voltages. Wind kernel seems to set a strange voltage curve.
For more information about ION Memory manager check the link below:
As far as I know the kernel we now have is not ION.
For some other devices, developers were able to make new kernels based on this new memory manager. From what I understand - and I am no expert - this solves lots of issues with newer drivers etc. In the other device I had, all the camera issues were gone after the kernel was updated to support ION. Then it was much easier to upgrade it to 3.4.
With such a kernel I guess it will be much easier to have future versions of android for our devices, since generic drivers can be used for all the components of our phone and of course run kitkat flawlessly.
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I have installed your kernel and so far so good.
Since you mention overclocking in your first post, could you post a table with frequencies and relative voltage that your device at least seems to be coping fine?
How would you characterize lulzactive governor's battery performance?