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  • Last Activity: 19th October 2014 11:27 AM
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Finally! a Linux kitchen! (who uses Windows? :P) downloading .. thanks a lot man :)
hi guys .. I've found a way to tune the Linux IO scheduler for flash drives. which is both ROM and SD in our phones case.. Linux have 4 I/O schedulers: - No-op Scheduler - Anticipatory IO Scheduler (AS) - Deadline Scheduler - Complete Fair ...
I'm not responsible if you bricked your phone. or had an accident because you were driving when playing with this ROM :rolleyes:
This kernel is aimed for battery life and simplicity. No fancy patches added. compiled with better configurations. What is in tiny Kernel? - latest Google sources, updated to Linux 3.0.41. - kernel log buffer lowered to 4KB. - automatic proc...
That's a great idea !! well, I'm new to the Galaxy S (got mine a month ago!), but I was a Hero developer back then. in my kernel fork I used some small tweaks like: 1- bigger steps between CPU frequencies like in line 187: