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[KERNEL][T] NK for Xperia™ T | 1.4.0 [20 NOV]

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By NuriJ, Recognized Themer on 2nd August 2013, 09:03 PM
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N-KERNEL for Xperia™ T
an advanced stock based kernel
MAIN FEATURES
  • KERNEL:
    • FREQUENCIES
      • GPU
        • 128,200,300,400
        • 450
        • 480
      • CPU
        • 192
        • 270
        • 384,432,486,540,594,648,702,756,810,864,918,972,10 26,1080,1134,1188,1242,1296,1350,1404,1458,1512
        • 1674
        • 1728
        • 1809
        • 1890
    • SOUND
    • I/O SCHEDULERS
      • ZEN
      • V(R)
      • SIOPLUS
      • SIO
      • FIOPS
      • DEADLINE
      • NOOP
      • CFQ
    • CPU GOVERNORS
      • Smartmax (combined ondemand & smartassv2)
      • Hyper (tweaked ondemand based smart and smooth optimized governor)
      • Lazy
      • Dancedance
      • Intellidemand
      • Badass
      • Lionheart
      • Lagfree
      • Wheatley
      • Interactive,Conservative,Userspace,Powersave,Ondem and,Performance
    • GPU GOVERNORS
      • Simple
      • Interactive
      • Ondemand, Performance
    • POWER
      • Force USB Fast Charge (will disable sdcard mount to PC when enabled)
      • Undervolting support (voltage control)
  • RAMDISK:
    • RECOVERY (after vibration or LED light up)
      • TWRP Recoverey 2.5.0.0
        • VOL+ at boot
      • CWM-based Recovery 6.0.2.7
        • VOL- at boot
    • BOOT LOGO
      • Custom text with the original SONY logo
    • DEFAULT.PROP
      • Debuggable
      • Insecured
    • INIT.D
      • Execution of custom scripts in /system/etc/init.d/* during boot
- Custom features & values will normally not be applied at boot. Unless you configure init.d or an app of course.


CHANGELOG
  • v1.4.0
    • No changelog..
BUGS
  • USB storage mount in recovery does not work..
REQUIREMENTS
  • Xperia T on official 4.1.2 or any ROM based on it
  • Unlocked Bootloader (from here)


Optional:
INSTALLATION
  1. Copy to sdcard
  2. Flash the .zip via any recovery
- If you don't have recovery, or if you prefer via fastboot-
  1. Extract kernel.elf from the .zip
  2. Move to a folder including fastboot
  3. Shift + Right click the folder and open it in command prompt
  4. Connect your phone, turned off, while holding VOL+ button. Blue LED should appear now.
  5. Code:
    fastboot flash boot kernel.elf
  6. Code:
    fastboot reboot
DOWNLOAD
SOURCES
CREDITS
- DooMLoRD for his handle multiple recoverys based on volume keypress script!
- And for his perl script for kernel.sin extraction!
- gokhanmoral for undervolting.
- TeamWin, Dees_Troy (and championswimmer) for TWRP.
- championswimmer for his kernel kitchen, making it easy to convert PNG to RLE
- $Reserved_for_people_i_forgot
XDA:DevDB Information
NK for Xperia™ T, a Kernel for the Sony Xperia T

Contributors
NuriJ, peetr_
Kernel Special Features:

Version Information
Status: Beta
Current Stable Version: v1.4.0
Stable Release Date: 2013-11-20

Created 2013-12-16
Last Updated 2013-12-16
Last edited by NuriJ; 14th December 2013 at 08:52 PM.
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2nd August 2013, 09:04 PM |#2  
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Really glad to be the first.
Nice work. Thanks.
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3rd August 2013, 01:05 AM |#4  
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This kernel seems nice


Could make kernel for tx?


Very awesome..

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3rd August 2013, 01:38 AM |#5  
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wow cool, thank you very much. didn't expect a new kernel, will test tomorrow

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3rd August 2013, 08:26 AM |#6  
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Thank you for a version of T. We should expect to TX?
3rd August 2013, 12:22 PM |#7  
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Could you make a CM10.1 version of this Kernel?

Would be great:thumbup:

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Duvel999

Could you make a CM10.1 version of this Kernel?

Would be great:thumbup:

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And for cm10 and MIUI. Please!

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Could make kernel for TX?

Many thanks
3rd August 2013, 03:29 PM |#10  
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Nurij, can I bother you with some requests?

I am not going to overclock gpu, because it's the main source of heating, but there are some things I would like to try.

First thing is, that 325MHz breaks sysmon gpu perflevel switching, because default step is 300MHz. I could change it in sysmon.cfg but I want to leave it compatible with stock kernel.

But as I've tested these frequencies much, I know that two extra steps would be really usefull. Except of 128/200/300/400 steps, adding 250 and 350 would be nice.
Especially 250 MHz, because 300 is enough, but 200 is slow.

What do you think?
3rd August 2013, 06:40 PM |#11  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by sinnadla

This kernel seems nice


Could make kernel for tx?


Very awesome..

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Originally Posted by nnmka

Thank you for a version of T. We should expect to TX?

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Originally Posted by lucky92

Could make kernel for TX?

Many thanks

I will consider it.. What's the latest firmware version for TX?



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Originally Posted by peetr_

Nurij, can I bother you with some requests?

I am not going to overclock gpu, because it's the main source of heating, but there are some things I would like to try.

First thing is, that 325MHz breaks sysmon gpu perflevel switching, because default step is 300MHz. I could change it in sysmon.cfg but I want to leave it compatible with stock kernel.

But as I've tested these frequencies much, I know that two extra steps would be really usefull. Except of 128/200/300/400 steps, adding 250 and 350 would be nice.
Especially 250 MHz, because 300 is enough, but 200 is slow.

What do you think?

I see... So this is the table you have in mind?

128
200
250
300
325
350 (or 365 would be better?)
400
(and overclocked ones)
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