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Read First: This method is relatively drastic, and will hurt device performance some. You should only use this as a last resort, if the more basic methods of fixing a soft brick didn't work (e.g, factory reset, flash stock firmware, etc.) *Update...
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Read First: This method is relatively drastic, and will hurt device performance some. You should only use this as a last resort, if the more basic methods of fixing a soft brick didn't work (e.g, factory reset, flash stock firmware, etc.) *Update...
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Update: Just found out that the kernel is setting foreground tasks to only run on CPU 0, I would assume this is because that foreground tasks only ran on BIG cores, but since the kernel can't access them, it pushes all foreground tasks to CPU 0, a...
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How the fuuuuuuuu man you save me, how do you make this. Really work for my Nexus 6p thank you man, is there any way to send a cup of coffe. To anyone who wants to make a boot.img with 4 cores: It's actually fairly simple, you need to get abooti...
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Big Update: Got the kernel to start utilizing all 4 of the cores instead of just 1, will update OP with links shortly! I haven't tested it much, as I just got it working, however, I expect a drastic increase in performance. Also, does anyone know ...