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It works. I thought you incorporated the audio fix yesterday too!
I just compiled one with higher settings based on rotohammer's research. I think I'll stick with the default ones in my previous version though so its okay to skip this latest one.

For those who wanted to try out the modified values:
http://www.mediafire.com/?dqynw1inh3y <= 2.6.32
http://www.mediafire.com/?mmjwxzjlmmw <= 2.6.33
 
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how is this different from kmobs (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?t=634587)? I'm using kmobs#9 right now with CM 5.0.5.3 and the battery life seems to have improved.

Also, what's the difference between .32 & .33?


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I also used the voltages specified by kmobs so there should be no difference with the voltages. .32 is from the android kernel source while .33 is from cyanogen's. .32 is the stable kernel while .33 is still in its experimental stage.
 
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Thanks a lot I've been looking for something like this!
 
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intersectRaven, any chance to release Overclock kernel ?
1267Mhz on the nexus one will be great. hahahaha
 
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intersectRaven, any chance to release Overclock kernel ?
1267Mhz on the nexus one will be great. hahahaha
haha...I'll think about it...I don't have the courage to try an OCed version though so you'll have to test it yourself if ever!
 
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I just compiled one with higher settings based on rotohammer's research. I think I'll stick with the default ones in my previous version though so its okay to skip this latest one.

For those who wanted to try out the modified values:
http://www.mediafire.com/?dqynw1inh3y <= 2.6.32
http://www.mediafire.com/?mmjwxzjlmmw <= 2.6.33
i'm currently using MoDaCo Alpha 19, which reports using a 2.6.33.1 kernel. so i would use the 2.6.33 version, correct? just to confirm, are your volume values the same as used by rotohammer? also, where is the zImage stored on my device, that is if it's actually saved at all (yes, i am a newbie, lol). thanks!
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i'm currently using MoDaCo Alpha 19, which reports using a 2.6.33.1 kernel. so i would use the 2.6.33 version, correct? just to confirm, are your volume values the same as used by rotohammer? also, where is the zImage stored on my device, that is if it's actually saved at all (yes, i am a newbie, lol). thanks!
yes u would use the .33 if ever...the links u quoted does use rotohammer's values...and lastly, the zimage is flashed onto the image/kernel area in your device's boot partition...oh and no shame being a noob...we were all noobs once...
 
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This kernel crash on my nexus one with desire camera when I try to see a video.
Anyone can confirm this?

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