Originally Posted by bscraze
@napstar won't more CPU bins make the kernel less stable?
Sent from my GT-i9003 powered by Smooth and no lag vurrutRom
If the set voltage and DSP frequencies are sufficient to carry out their functions properly then multiple bins will instead provide smoother performance. The reason being that there will be small jump size between different frequencies as per need and hence our CPU governors should properly settle down at required intermediate frequencies. (which intern should help in increased battery life)
If the voltage supplied is not sufficient then in that case these extra bins could create trouble.
Since I have just added bins from Vurrut kernel which I presume to be more stable (except last two bins of 1.35 and 1.38GHz) there should be no problem.
My current work in progress with 200MHz, 400MHz and 500MHz bins which I think still needs to be tested.
Originally Posted by vishal24387
I downloaded kernel 3 times. I flashed kernel many times & then cleared dalvik cache & cache many times. But no result
My previous kernel is UC v9 kernel with max 1 ghz freq & 300 mhz min freq, tarunagg ICS theme.
I have not converted phone to ext 4. Also not using any tweak or script.
I will check it and let you know.
Btw which ROM?
And if you are using linux on your home PC, try using heimdall for flashing normalboot.img directly, though I dont know if it will work.
Originally Posted by loSconosciuto
# sysrw ; rm -rf /system/cfroot/ ; sysro
This will remove the directory /system/cfroot/
. I think you can do it with any file manager and then reboot.
If this is the cause of the bootloop, look here: https://github.com/XDA-Bam/samsung_k...c2a39d1ebdfbad
I will do necessary modifications.
Originally Posted by chongns
the "E:unknow volume for part [/sd-ext]" when wiping Dalvik Cache still there, however it show "Dalvik Cache wiped" after that.
edit: when in touch recovery, the "wipe Dalvik Cache" button having less sensitive. didnt know it is a bug or not.
edit: phone never go 120MHz. Run at 1.38GHz is ok at this moment.
This release is actually kind of a fast forward release. I have not done a lot of testing myself.
Recovery related issues could be because I have used older sources from amit's recovery. I have not checked any new updates. Which kernel were you using before?
And yes, the lack of sensitivity is sort of a bug. We will correct it soon. Thanx