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Angry [Kernel][AOSP][2.6.35.9][UV][OC] PureGinger Kernel 25-DEC-2010

This is my own compiled kernel for NEXUS ONE based on the latest source from stock git (http://android.git.kernel.org/)

The branch I use is: android-msm-2.6.35

As I am using my own compiled ROM (PureFroyo) daily, and I am using the stock Froyo camera, I cannot use the IR's kernel (as it is merged with 720p)

Therefore, this triggers my initiative to compile my own kernel. Referenced from intersectRaven's ; Wildmonks ; pershoot ; cyanogen and some other kernels, I have made various adjustments (merge as well). So, here are the features of this ROM:

- intersectRaven's suggested frequency table in acpuclock-qsd8x50.c
- UV to 950mV
- OC to 1152MHz
- All CPU power governors
- 21 MB memory hack (thanks to coolbho3k)
- Target for stock camera, no 720p camera
- No audio boost
- Some minor changes referenced from wildmonks and intersectRaven (thanks!)
- Wifi, Froyo portable hotspot and camera work perfectly
- Not HAVS, but SVS instead
- Battery life is good for my nexus one
- Best match with stock / AOSP ROM

So, here is the link to the kernel, I would be grateful if you could help to test it and feedback whether it works for you (thanks~ ^_^)

Change Log:

2010-12-25 (Merry X'mas )
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- Rename to PureGinger
- Tested under AOSP gingerbread for a few days, very stable!
- Changed back to 950mV because 925mV seems not stable in Gingerbread
- Cherry-pick many commits... refer to my github

Link: http://www.mediafire.com/?dawr4f99t4fwc35
Mirror: http://www.4shared.com/file/6pNfdRiQ...UV_SVS_12.html
File: PureGinger_2.6.35.9_AXI_UV_SVS_122110_223513.zip
MD5: 775007F8C1B549AAF5E18E40B0C704F5

2010-11-26
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- Changed to 925mV (UV). Seems running smooth for a few days
- Cherry-pick many commits from various sources (thanks stock, pershoot, raven, redstar, cyanogen, etc...)
- Enhanced ds2784 battery driver
- Other changes could be seen from my github

Link: http://www.mediafire.com/?52aa1h265w1tfau
Mirror: http://www.4shared.com/file/eqA2z7nW...12610_014.html
File: PF_2.6.35.7_AXI_UV_SVS_112610_014525.zip
MD5: B17904841A9114BBB453FF4A94676CF2

2010-11-17
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- Cherry-pick many commits from various sources
- Kernel scheduler improvement (http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=841599)

Link: http://www.mediafire.com/?lw7mfll6b88qtqx
File: PF_2.6.35.7_AXI_UV_SVS_111710_215623.zip
MD5: 3CD0C4976F5DA7BBFBD42FE95C6A44CE

2010-11-05
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- Apply IR's latest oom modifications
- Cherry-pick some latest IR's, pershoot's, cyanogen's & experimental commits

Link: http://www.mediafire.com/?vpb49te3rxpf11z
File: PF_2.6.35.7_AXI_UV_SVS_110510_230204.zip
MD5: F2C2DEE6DF9485B52A5973B243602F6D

2010-11-02
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- Merge with a few latest IR's & Wildmonk's commits
- Source push to github

Link: http://www.mediafire.com/?m407xyaub6wuiby
File: PF_2.6.35.7_AXI_UV_SVS_110310_002259.zip
MD5: 3CBF9EFD6A11680FB46253111941CE1E

2010-10-31
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- Fix USB mount problem
- Added AXI rate tweak for performance and battery savings (IR's commit: 03ca24721e278eca034f)

Link: http://www.mediafire.com/?xx2sf66sntcrf2r
File: PF_2.6.35.7_AXI_UV_SVS_103110_000825.zip
MD5: 5F4D54E6E3BA63CDA0D35DE4756CC82B

2010-10-27
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- First version

Link: http://www.mediafire.com/?t9w73l8qi773qm3
File: PF_2.6.35.7_UV_SVS_signed_102710_012826.zip
MD5: D1EEEA92276BE7965679B1AB173B10B2

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Installation procedures are just like what you are flashing with any other kernels (please make backup first):

Instructions:
1.) Reboot to recovery and flash the update zip directly.

OR

Instructions for zImage and bcm4329.ko driver extracted from the update.zip(from command line):
1.) adb remount
2.) adb push bcm4329.ko /system/lib/modules
3.) adb reboot bootloader
4.) fastboot flash zimage zImage
5.) fastboot reboot

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Last thing: Please flash the kernel at your own risk Enjoy it.

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* I am using my own compiled ROM: PureFroyo

* Source finally push to github: http://github.com/ardatdat/PureFroyo-Kernel

* (OLD) - Link to the 1st version kernel source code:

Part 1
http://www.mediafire.com/?a4q78ux2yy8r8j4
Part 2
http://www.mediafire.com/?yy7t2i9hotq5hg5

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My github: https://github.com/ardatdat/

My kernels in dropbox: Dropbox

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My kernel: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1848677


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ROM: My custom Gingerbread ROM
Kernel: PureGinger Kernel
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Sure, I am packing the source now and will post the link soon.
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My kernels in dropbox: Dropbox

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My kernel: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1848677


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Kernel: PureGinger Kernel
 
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Thank you so much. Since several weeks my wifi at home didn't work very well. I try some kernel with the nightly. Your kernel solved my problem
 
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My kernel: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1848677


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Amazing Kernel, just what I was looking for. This overclocks it to 1.152 AWESOME while undervolted and stock!!! The best!
 
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Everyone trying this new kernel, PLEASE REPORT WHICH ROM & VERSION YOU ARE USING?
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atlast a custom-kernel for us non 720p, will try when i get home from work iam runnning Geo411s FRG83 rom.
 
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