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Announcement from freeza: vR66 released
Incoming beast. Better post later.

Based on Linux 4.9.185
Including a bunch of other stuff. Stay tuned.

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@Eamo5
@farovitus
@ianmacd


Download: BeastMode Kernel vR66

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BeastMode kernel for N960F, Kernel for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Contributors
freeza
Source Code: https://github.com/freeza-inc/bm-gal...ynos-pie-remix

Kernel Special Features:

Version Information
Status: Stable
Current Stable Version: vR66
Stable Release Date: 2019-07-10

Created 2018-10-17
Last Updated 2019-07-10
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17th October 2018, 01:25 AM |#2  
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Changelog:
vR66: Linux 4.9.185
vR65:
-Disabled some more debug stuff
-Destroyed the bug causing the display to become unresponsive, again!
-Few patches and fixes
vR59: Linux 4.9.184
-Reworked sec_debug stuff
vR58:
-Fixed typo in dtsi. Thanks @Eamo5
-Fixed super-slow mo. Thanks @Eamo5 for bringing this to my attention.
vR51: LInux 4.9.183
vR50: Linux 4.9.182
-Updated to pie source (SF9)
-Cherry picked from Endurance @Eamo5) and Exynos Linux Stable (@farovitus).
-Tons of other crap i'll list later.
-Magisk v19 included.

Older versions:

vR32: Linux 4.9.147
-Fix occasional unresponsive touch screen
vR31: Linux 4.9.146
-Disabled Kernel-Assisted Superuser for now
-Updated ramdisk components to RL3
vR30: Linux 4.9.145
-Kernel-Assisted SU enabled
vR28: Linux 4.9.144
-Magisk v18 support
vR27: Linux 4.9.143
vR26: RK2 merge
vR25: Linux 4.9.142
-November patch (oslevel)
vR21: Linux 4.9.137
vR20: Linux 4.9.136
-Fixed GPU voltage table for N960F
-Fixed fast charging toggle not taking effect.
-Re-enabled a few SEC_DEBUG entries
vR13: Linux 4.9.135
vR12: Linux 4.9.134
-Merged with ELS 4.9.133
-Wake Gestures (doubletap2wake, sweep2sleep, sweep2wake)
-UKSM support
-Tweaked out defconfig
-Disabled SEC_DEBUG
-WireGuard support
-RGB (KCAL alternative. find it in /sys/class/mdnie/mdnie/rgb)
-Overclock support
-GPU Voltage table
-Dynamic FSync support
-LED pulse
-CRC configurable
-Enabled many TCP Congestion algorithms
-cmdline safetynet patch
-kthreads on little core/workqueues on small/active cores
-front facing camera fixed
-no more software corruption message
vR02: Linux 4.9.85
-Added BFQ,Zen,SIO,Deadline, and FIOPs IO schedulers
-Added Boeffla Wakelock blocker
-Added generic wakelock blocker (pre-defined wakelocks)
-Disabled Gator driver
vR01: Initial Release.
-Based on RJ1
-Linux 4.9.70.
-Slightly Tweaked defconfig
-Disabled Knox NCM/KAP
-Disabled RKP
-Disabled Root Restriction
-Disabled defex
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This looks interesting!

Please tell me this has wakeblock blocking in! Would take my note 9 to the next level!!
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Is there supposed to be a download link or something? Would love to try this.....
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Originally Posted by chrisaw

This looks interesting!

Please tell me this has wakeblock blocking in! Would take my note 9 to the next level!!

boeffla wakelock blocker

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Is there supposed to be a download link or something? Would love to try this.....

not yet, i'm getting my sources together. i'll probably release with 4.9.65 or later.
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This is great. waiting..
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@freeza thanks for this kernel! Just one question, are there any plans to support aosp roms?

I'll definitely try this if I go back to stock
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@freeza thanks for this kernel! Just one question, are there any plans to support aosp roms?

I'll definitely try this if I go back to stock

if aosp roms ever get stable enough i will definitely support them. I'm itching to get off of touchwiz myself, but would like more stability and less bugs before i make the jump.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by freeza

if aosp roms ever get stable enough i will definitely support them. I'm itching to get off of touchwiz myself, but would like more stability and less bugs before i make the jump.

I've been running the pixel experience 8.1 rom in this section for weeks without any issues. Perhaps you can try that? Works best with ARH5 vendor.

Link here: https://forum.xda-developers.com/gal...e-8-1-t3848671
17th October 2018, 08:37 AM |#10  
Great! Maybe a Snapdragon edition? 😉
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First custom kernel I think 🥳🥳
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