I just installed the kernel here, but I cannot see the CPU frequencies with AIDA64 or Kernel Auditor, they show all cores offline. I'm on MIUI 10.3.3. The performance is also awful.
EDIT: I download a build from 29/06 from this link: https://github.com/rama982/android_k...tulip/releases
Is that the right link?
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So looks like I downloaded the wrong version, it was for AOSP, now I got the MIUI build from Telegram, it's better now. I'll test it for a while.
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I'm back to stock kernel because I had slower performance with this kernel. But not I got a major issue, my wifi won't turn on, even wifi hotspot works, it appears "error" when I try to initialize it. Can someone help me?
EDIT (Again): OK. The only solution I found is to stay back to Genom kernel. Wifi and Bluetooth weren't working when I got back to stock kernel, I tried to install the sotck firware of MIUI 10.3.3, but only Bluetooth started working. Maybe it's something my backup? I made it with Pitch-Black recovery (it is not a boot.img file).
The slower performance I had with this kernel was because the default clocks are lower (big and little set to 1400MHz). Now I wonder how to OC the CPU, aparently it's a feature:
r5 - 2019-05-18 (UTC)
*Merge* Linux Stable 4.4.180
*Merge* F2FS Stable Upstream
Use speedbin4 CPU freq table (1.8GHz/1.95Ghz)
lowmemorykiller: checkout to kernel/common