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2nd February 2013, 08:12 AM |#1431  
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OC isnt needed like Pengus said multiple times. I agree and OC shouldnt be implemented at all.

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2nd February 2013, 08:29 AM |#1432  
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OC isnt needed like Pengus said multiple times. I agree and OC shouldnt be implemented at all.

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That's true, absolutely no need for OC with this kernel/ROM. Hence the in my previous post.
2nd February 2013, 08:32 AM |#1433  
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Re: [KERNEL][CM10/CM10.1/ICS - OLD/NEW BL][011p3 - 2013/01/28] Kowalski Kernel
The wakeup thing happened to me randomely also..

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2nd February 2013, 09:16 AM |#1434  
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IC is needed for me for Shadogun playing and server running.

Anyway, you are not forced to use OC, just stay on stock frequency..

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2nd February 2013, 09:17 AM |#1435  
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wi-if doesn't work properly
Hi all,
sorry for the question but i've installed the latest kowalski kernel (11p3) on my Pengus CM10 version.
Now the wi-fi isn't working properly .. sometimes the connection get lost and i always have to switch off and on if i want to update the wi-fi list.

Did i miss something when i've installed the kernel ? do i have to install a sort of wi-fi additional patch as in the pengus version ?

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2nd February 2013, 09:22 AM |#1436  
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Hi all,
sorry for the question but i've installed the latest kowalski kernel (11p3) on my Pengus CM10 version.
Now the wi-fi isn't working properly .. sometimes the connection get lost and i always have to switch off and on if i want to update the wi-fi list.

Did i miss something when i've installed the kernel ? do i have to install a sort of wi-fi additional patch as in the pengus version ?

Thanks for the help

Yes there are 2 more packages to install in the second post. DHCP Client replacement/update for CM10 and WPA Supplicant replacement/update for CM10
2nd February 2013, 09:22 AM |#1437  
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What I'm working on

* Vibrator strength control via sysfs


Wishlist

* Wake by volume buttons
* Volume boost from speakers
* OTG Support
* HDMI


What will make it into the next kernel release

* Touch Boost (on interactive and ondemand governors)
* Fix for fast charge on old boot loader
* Fix for shut down kernel oops

Could you also add to the wishlist, the bluetooth deepsleep that need to awake the phone to get connected to a bluetooth system (like on my car for exemple)...
Thanks a lot...
2nd February 2013, 09:27 AM |#1438  
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Re: [KERNEL][CM10/CM10.1/ICS - OLD/NEW BL][011p3 - 2013/01/28] Kowalski Kernel
Wish list addition:

That the kowalski manager app has the ability to change the functions of the physical hardware buttons. I.e like the awake with volume buttons but the options the say permanently make the volume down button the power button.

My phones two years old and the power buttons a bit flaky now. Wanting the keep the 2x 5-6 months and see what other phones are coming out this year. Not worth changing at the moment as with cm10 and pengus awesome kernal the 2x is the phone it should of been at launch

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2nd February 2013, 09:53 AM |#1439  
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Yes there are 2 more packages to install in the second post. DHCP Client replacement/update for CM10 and WPA Supplicant replacement/update for CM10

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2nd February 2013, 11:49 AM |#1440  
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Re: [KERNEL][CM10/CM10.1/ICS - OLD/NEW BL][011p3 - 2013/01/28] Kowalski Kernel
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Which cm version are you using exactly?

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CM10.1 28/01/13 nightly when I posted that, 31/01 ATM, same battery performance so far. When I updated to 31/01 I left the stock kernel to placebo check & the battery drain was back, flashed 011p3 & it was fixed again.

With the stock CM10.1 kernel I seemed to get both cores stuck at 1GHz quite often for no apparent reason, same apps & everything else, modded T2 gapps/fapps on both, only change was the kernel.

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2nd February 2013, 12:07 PM |#1441  
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Re: [KERNEL][CM10/CM10.1/ICS - OLD/NEW BL][011p3 - 2013/01/28] Kowalski Kernel
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Yes there are 2 more packages to install in the second post. DHCP Client replacement/update for CM10 and WPA Supplicant replacement/update for CM10

Is it hard to make an autoinstall for them? Kernel+dhcp+wpa...
...maybe in an Aroma installer?

... I dont know, just asking...
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