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By friedrich420, Senior Member on 30th October 2014, 08:40 PM
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PLEASE NOTE: THIS KERNEL IS ONLY FOR THE SM-N910F and SM-N910G VARIANTS OF THE SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 4

NOTE 2: THE LOLLIPOP RELEASES ARE ONLY FOR THE N910F VARIANT FOR NOW





NOTE 3: BEFORE FLASHING THE LOLLIPOP VERSIONS OF AEL KERNEL READ HERE


N4 AEL Kernel FEATURES:

Code:
* Made with SM-N910F_EUR_KK_Opensource_Update1

* Full Synapse control [UpInTheAir is DA MAN!!]
[NOTE: Synapse support is ONLY available in the KK versions of AEL Kernel]

* Built with the incredible Saber Mod 4.10 Toolchain [KK versions]
* Built with Linaro 4.9.3 (2015.02) Cortex A15 Toolchain [LP Versions]

* Updated to Linux Kernel Base 3.10.5 [KK Versions]
* Linux 3.10.40 [LP Versions]

* CPU Overclock up to 2.89 ghz
(4 OC Steps: 2.68, 2.76, 2.84, 2.89)

* CPU Underlock down to 268 mhz

* Hack to allow non original SView Covers to access all the SView Features!! [twistedumbrella]
[Only available in KK Versions]

* Faux Sound Control [Pafcholini, Faux123]

* Hardlimit Control [Yank555.lu and twistedumbrella]

* Voltage Control

* Intelliplug v3.8 (faux123)

* Intellithermal (faux123)

* Additional Governors: Lionheart, Umbrella_Core, Bluactive, Intellimm, Interactive_Pro, Bioshock, OnDemandPlus, DanceDance, SmartMax, Yankactive, Wheatley,
SmartAssv2, Intelliactive, Darkness, Nightmare, ConservativeX, Alucard, Adaptive

* Additional I/O Schedulers: zen, sio, vr, fifo, fiops, bfq

* Powersuspend v1.5 ( Yank555.lu & faux123)

* LED Brightness Control

* Sweep2Sleep Hack

* USB Keyboard/Mouse Hack
(Use your phone as a keyboard and/or mouse)

* Patched for compatibility with DriveDroid app
(Flash .iso images to your pc from your phone!! No more need for usb sticks or dvd's or cd roms)

* Fast Charge v1.2 [Yank555.lu]

* MDNIE (Color) Control [Yank555.lu and twsitedumbrella]
[Only available in KK Versions]

* Trinity Colors

* STEREO CALL RECORDING SUPPORT

* Overclocked Slimbus for a better overall sound experience

* Simple GPU Algorithm

* Dynamic FSync Control

* Fixed Simple_OnDemand GPU Governor crash

* Added Frandom

* Enabled CIFS Support

* Enabled and Optimized ksm (Kernel Samepage Merging)

* Enabled Gentle Fair Sleepers

* ENABLED ADVANCED TCP CONGESTION AND A LOT OF MORE OTHER TCP's

* Permissive, with init.d support


DOWNLOAD LINKS:

NOTE 4: BEFORE FLASHING THE LOLLIPOP VERSIONS OF AEL KERNEL READ HERE



ECHOE DEVELOPMENT/DOWNLOAD CENTER




CREDITS and THANKS:

*twistedumbrella
*Faux123
*Yank555.lu
*ktoonsez
*UpInTheAir (you are an amazing person!!)
*Pafcholini
*showp1984
*dorinmax
*andreilux
*MY AMAZING TEAM!!
(I trully hope i have not forgotten anyone!!!!)



GITHUB SOURCE


Dont forget:
Flashing this Kernel voids your warranty. And as with any custom kernel it comes with the usual dangers/ side effects such as, but not limited to, explosions, wars, spontaneous combustion, your pet forgetting all his/her tricks, retrograde and anterograde amnesia, interpersonal alienation, a number of psychosomatic, neurological, and metaphysical complaints, and in general an overall disturbance in the "order of things". Having said all that, WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE for anything happening to your phone as a result of you flashing this kernel...



XDA:DevDB Information
Note 4 AEL Kernel, Kernel for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Contributors
friedrich420
Source Code: https://github.com/friedrich420/AEL_NOTE4_N910FXXU1ANK4

Kernel Special Features:

Version Information
Status: Stable
Current Stable Version: 8.1
Stable Release Date: 2015-03-03

Created 2014-10-30
Last Updated 2015-05-04
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30th October 2014, 08:45 PM |#2  
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FULL SYNAPSE CONTROL IN PICTURES:

Note for Synapse Control:
Quote:

- Set the Hardlimit Screen on Max the same as the max CPU Frequency you want
(for example if you want to overclock to 2.84, first set the hardlimit max frequency on to 2.84)





















SUGGESTED BASIC SETTINGS

a. FULL PERFORMANCE (mainly for benchmarks)

Quote:

- Hardlimit Screen On Max= 2.89
- Cpu Freq Max= 2.89
- Cpu Freq MIn= 268
- Cpu Governor= Performance or Bluactive
- I/O Scheduler: Deadline
- I/O Scheduler Readahead= 1024
- GPU Governor= Performance or cpubw_hwmon
- Enable simple gpu_algorithm
- Laziness=10
- Ramp Up Threshold= 1
- Dynamic FSync= On
- KSM = On




b. BALANCED

Quote:

- Hardlimit Screen On Max= 2.68
- Cpu Freq Max= 2.68
- Cpu Freq MIn= 268
- Cpu Governor= Umbrella_Core or Interactive_Pro or Bluactive
- I/O Scheduler: sio or zen or bfq
- I/O Scheduler Readahead= 1024
- GPU Governor= msm_adreno or simple_ondemand
- Enable simple gpu_algorithm
- Laziness=5
- Ramp Up Threshold= 4000
- Dynamic FSync= On
- KSM = On

(Optional use of intelliplug- you can still reach very good SOT
on these settings with mpdecision)

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Running v2b at the moment. Absolutely great, thanks for the great work my man
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Running v2b at the moment. Absolutely great, thanks for the great work my man

Thank you so much !!
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Thanks a lot. First kernel for N4, amazing. Everything works nice for me. S2S works nice but I'm unable to make S2W working.

Big thanks for your work.

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Agree to the kernel driver and the configs match the N910F source code. According to my knowledge, the N910T source code is indeed for the N910F version but some things just go.
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Thanks a lot. First kernel for N4, amazing. Everything works nice for me. S2S works nice but I'm unable to make S2W working.

Big thanks for your work.

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i know my friend..
i have been trying to get that S2W to work since note 3
i will eventually figure it out bc im obsessive..
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Agree to the kernel driver and the configs match the N910F source code. According to my knowledge, the N910T source code is indeed for the N910F version but some things just go.

i think you are absolutely correct!!
btw tmo users have reported using this kernel without issues but thats not a surprise..
OT (bc i forgot to mention it elsewhere) i used the N910F ramdisk..
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Originally Posted by friedrich420

i think you are absolutely correct!!
btw tmo users have reported using this kernel without issues but thats not a surprise..
OT (bc i forgot to mention it elsewhere) i used the N910F ramdisk..

That with the ramdisk is already clear to me that it is the N910F. My concern is mainly about the kernel driver (source / drivers) do not have problems with N910F. Well the N910F Source code coming soon
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