Here's what I found the last time we went thread mining (updated):
I also got motivated briefly yesterday and made a Synapsed osmod of r398, adding built-in Synapse support and all the supported tweaks from my time on DirtyV if anyone's interested:
Flash it with my Flashlt Script/zip from my Odds and Ends thread.
Alright so here's something that's been requested for awhile.
I wrote it up recently with Franco's stamp of approval, so I'm posting it here now. Please direct people back to this post from other threads.
This can/should be everyone's go-to when experiencing problems after updating to a new kernel build, you get stuck in a bootloop, or you think there's a conflict between ROM and kernel (or kernel tweaking app) you can't track down, since likely some leftover settings (voltages, etc.) are at fault. It's also useful if you just want to make sure you're running clean defaults. This should work on any device franco.Kernel and f.Ku support, as well as a variety of other devices, kernels and control apps: eXperience (Free/Pro), GLaDOS Control, TricksterMod, Trinity Kernel Toolbox, ROM Toolbox (Lite/Pro), SetCPU, Faux123 Kernel Enhancement Project, Performance Control and Synapse.
Flashing this via custom recovery of your choice will delete the kernel app settings file(s), disable init.d and userinit.d scripts by moving them to a subfolder (/system/etc/init.d/off/ and /data/local/userinit.d/off/ respectively) and wipe cache and dalvik-cache for good measure.
Hopefully it helps!
Note: If your ROM has a Performance/Tweaking App built-in you should also manually disable any Set On Boot options it has. For example, I couldn't include clearing CM's Advanced Settings since they're built into the main com.android.settings/Settings.apk along with a lot of other Android OS settings (APNs, Developer Options, etc.), so to run clean and without conflicts on CM you need to unset them yourself.
You should also avoid having more than one control app installed at a time. Conflicts have been reported even with everything "unset" in two apps.
I also chose not to disable anything your ROM may have in /data/cron or /system/addon.d since some rely on it heavily, so you can choose to review those directories' contents and whether you want to leave them enabled on your own. I also left out disabling sysctl.conf since that's done by f.K and the Franco's Dev Team scripts, and also seemed a bit heavy-handed for this zip script.
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