[DER KERNEL] Trinity NP 4.2/4.1 Vibrator/Sound/Color Control

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Featuring:
  • Offering lowered voltages
  • Build optimizations
  • Performance through research
  • Removed wasteful debugging
  • Optimized ext4 mount options
  • VM, Filesystem, governor tweaks
  • Color Control
  • Contrast Control
  • Sound Control
  • Vibration Control (3/15/2012)
  • 307MHz to 512MHz GPU as indicated in filename
  • 1344 to 1728MHz as indicated in filename or any in between or above
  • Bull**** Free (Not pushing buzzwords to drop them later like others)


Tabs on the site:
  • Release: Kernels that have passed the experimental stage and matured in "Prerelease" (Full 3x3 kernel sets typically)
  • Prerelease: New kernels deemed to now be ready for stabilizing, consider this the Release sandbox (Full 3x3 kernel sets typically)
  • ! Experimental !: The latest ideas, tweaks, features, test builds for users get tried here in limited sets to help speed development.


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20th January 2012, 08:52 PM |#2  
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Welcome to the thunderdome, bitches!
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20th January 2012, 09:47 PM |#3  
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If I don't play a lot of games, what would be the advantage to using the one with the OC GPU versus the normal one?
20th January 2012, 09:52 PM |#4  
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If I don't play a lot of games, what would be the advantage to using the one with the OC GPU versus the normal one?

I would go for the non 512 versions.

Trinity-NP-Inferno is what I would run if I had a Nexus Prime (aka Gnex)

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20th January 2012, 10:59 PM |#5  
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Holy crap 512mhz! Im gonna do it! you wreaked on the vibrant

You should look at the source for glados (its on rootzwiki) it has an awesome liveoc function that I'm sure you could get on this kernel

Just a suggestion

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21st January 2012, 12:23 AM |#6  
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Holy crap 512mhz! Im gonna do it! you wreaked on the vibrant

You should look at the source for glados (its on rootzwiki) it has an awesome liveoc function that I'm sure you could get on this kernel

Just a suggestion

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You forget where glados came from (ezekeel, ogdobber, francisco, we all worked on nexus s together the past couple months)
I just tend to keep variables small while there is so much to be done.
Allows me to focus on the area worked on and not wonder what patch may have brought on the issue at hand.
So it'll come down the road.

More things will come with more feedback

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21st January 2012, 12:45 AM |#7  
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Using the inferno kernel. Antutu scores are lower than ever (like 4400), but I've basically learned to ignore it, because all I get on every rom and kernel are whack ass random results on Antutu.

On the plus side, nenamark2 bumped up from my previous max of 27.7 fps to 31.1. It is actually the first time I've seen a variation in the fps at all, from stock to other overclock kernels.

Sometimes backgrounded apps force close, but I haven't screwed with voltages yet, just running 1350/interactive so far.

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21st January 2012, 01:13 AM |#8  
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NP?
Why name these kernels NP when they are for the Galaxy Nexus (GN)? Haha seems kinda odd
21st January 2012, 01:15 AM |#9  
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Why name these kernels NP when they are for the Galaxy Nexus (GN)? Haha seems kinda odd

Nexus Prime
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Nexus Prime

Haha obviously I know what NP stands for, but that's not the name of the device, so I was kinda curious why you chose to use Nexus Prime vs Galaxy Nexus?
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Haha obviously I know what NP stands for, but that's not the name of the device, so I was kinda curious why you chose to use Nexus Prime vs Galaxy Nexus?

I'm just correcting a marketing mistake :P

Difference between given name an trivial name?

All with a big smile.

Ok, a fat grin.

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