This kernel has so many improvements and optimizations to ensure smooth performance, long battery life and stability.
For the configuration, I recommend Boeffla Config app. You may download Synapse kernel manager (optional) from the link below if you want to undervolt Memory and internal. And also ABB
Disclaimer: I do not own a Note 2 device so I can not test it myself. I am not responsible for anything that happens to your device. Please have a backup of your currently working ROM and kernel before flashing.
Features (See the changelog for more details):
*Working magisk hide
*Passes the safetynet check
*Compiled using UBERTC GCC 7.2.1 to give users a buttery-smooth experience
*Optimized arm instructions
*Link time optimization
*SELinux set to permissive by default
*F2FS: Partially update from Linux 4.3
*F2FS: Fully updated from Linux 4.2
*F2FS Backported from Linux 4.2 (by @arter97). As you know, CM kernels use f2fs backported from Linux 3.17, but this kernel uses a higher and much updated version.
*Supports undervolting CPU, GPU, MIF and INT (thx @AndreiLux). Most kernels allow undervolting CPU and GPU ONLY but this kernel allows you to undervolt almost everything.
*Adaptive Body Bias Control (thx @AndreiLux)
*Supports over clocking up to 2.0GHz
*Multicore power saving control
*Improved caching and memory management
*Mount namespace backported from Linux 3.8
*fq_codel packet scheduler backported from Linux 3.5
*Fast pseudo random number generator (frandom)
*Doze enabled by default
*all Boeffla and Elite Boeffla Kernel goodies
*and much more including internal improvements and backports (see 2nd post for changelog)
@Lord Boeffla for his great kernel
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Boeffla Config app
Synapse Kernel Manager
Hybrid Kernel, Kernel for the Samsung Galaxy Note II
Source Code: https://github.com/pascua28/Elite-Boeffla-Kernel
Kernel Special Features:
Current Stable Version: 6.0
Stable Release Date: 2018-02-17
Last Updated 2018-02-17