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[KERNEL] [2012-01-12] V2.0 FM Kernel based on 2.6.35.14 [Beta]

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14th January 2012, 04:46 PM |#391  
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Would you please tell me if I can disable the logging because I do not use voodoo louder ?

You can't disable it. Voodoo Louder needs CONFIG_KALLSYMS_ALL, which is only available, if Kernel Debugging is activated.

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Yes perfect kernel, but i like to now what to do with the voltage. Nothing ore change them?

I can't give generic recommendations for voltages. Voltages have to be adjusted for each device individually. Have a look at the undervolting threads, there are the procedures described, how to find out the ideal voltages for your device.
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15th January 2012, 06:36 AM |#392  
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Haven't figured out which scheduler/governor is absolutely the best. I guess many of them have benefits over others, so I just chose deadline/smartassV2.

Your assessment is absolutely correct. They differ, some more, some less. From what I believe to know deadline and smartass surely are a good choice. In case you want to try something else, I for myself found sio to outperform all other schedulers when operating the device normally and I found SavagedZen to be mostly lagfree, similar to smartass, but using lower frequencies more often thus using less battery than smartass. But try yourself.
15th January 2012, 09:25 AM |#393  
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You can't disable it. Voodoo Louder needs CONFIG_KALLSYMS_ALL, which is only available, if Kernel Debugging is activated.


I can't give generic recommendations for voltages. Voltages have to be adjusted for each device individually. Have a look at the undervolting threads, there are the procedures described, how to find out the ideal voltages for your device.

I fond the perfect settings and its a lot undervolted, using your kernel now with ChrisX LA3 and got great antutu scores, rond 7800. Super happy with kernel.

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15th January 2012, 06:42 PM |#394  
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You can't disable it. Voodoo Louder needs CONFIG_KALLSYMS_ALL, which is only available, if Kernel Debugging is activated.

I think he meant how to disable it, if you dont use Voodoo louder anyway


Edit: Perhaps you could have a look on Speedmod sources....I think Hardcore have debugging and logging disabled and yet got voodoo louder tweak integrated

But no sure...I cant read these things and didnt try speedmod
15th January 2012, 09:59 PM |#395  
Can anyone rank the governors according to performance then to battery life, followed by the scheduler but I seem to remember SIO or was it deadline to be the best?

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I was hoping 1 of the governors would actually give me the 60fps super smoothness I desire with my current ADW EX setup. What Im doing for now is running 'on-demand' with 1.2Ghz as minimum scaling, even with 1Ghz I can tell that my home screen animation is not running that smooth. I wonder how taxing the 1.2Ghz minimum scaling is on the battery.
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I'm unable to get access to any adb features (shell, logcat) using your kernel.
Phone connects to computer but adb just says that 'device is not found'

Is it a bug or an intended behaviour?
How can I fix this?
Thanks a lot.
16th January 2012, 01:07 AM |#397  
I noticed that my wifi kept dropping so i flashed back to cf kl7 is thi a known issue?
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Can anyone rank the governors according to performance then to battery life

To be honest, this is not possible. You either have performance on cost of battery life or battery life on cost of performance. But I believe I know what you're asking for and it's a difficult question. It depends a lot on your usage pattern. So basically, no answer is possible. You have to figure it out yourself. I found that smartassV2, lulzactive and SavagedZen are my preferred governors, they offer scaling behaviours which suits my taste and the impact on battery life is what I can live with.
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followed by the scheduler but I seem to remember SIO or was it deadline to be the best?

This one is rather easy to answer since it depends on factors common to all of us. SIO is the fastest, but there are scenarios - I forgot which ones - where it's not very favourable. I still use it. I believe noop and deadline are ok as well to be used in flash memory devices like our cellphones.

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I was hoping 1 of the governors would actually give me the 60fps super smoothness I desire with my current ADW EX setup.

Not possible, wrong operating system. And I'm not joking: Android rather saves recources available than "wasting" them to power a 60fps interface. It's a design philosophy decision taken long long time ago. The iPhone for example is acting exactly the other way round: it rather cuts resources for something else - a background task for example - to keep the UI smooth and liquid before impairing the presentation to the user. There is a dedicated thread on this issue somewhere here on xda-devs plus it's been treated bigtime in the blogosphere a couple weeks ago.

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...'on-demand' with 1.2Ghz as minimum scaling

Not a particularily good governor, the load any "scrolling" put on the CPU is just not consistently high enough to make it fire up big time. You could set the CPU to 1.7GHz, it wouldn't change anything, the CPU wouldnt scale up for only scrolling the homescreen. Use some of the (interactive) based governors I mentioned above, they act more in favour of what you're trying to get to.

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I noticed that my wifi kept dropping so i flashed back to cf kl7 is thi a known issue?

Not with me at least.
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16th January 2012, 03:07 AM |#399  
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Read this sticky for very good explanations on most if not all governors and schedulers.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1369817
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16th January 2012, 09:43 AM |#400  
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Thanks for the detailed response.

Since no governor can give me the 60fps I need then I'll just probably stick to on-demand.
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I have to say this is your best work *yet*. I don't think I have experienced such slick since I got the phone. With the SavagedZen this thing is flying plus battery is quiet decent too.

Thank you!
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