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9th June 2013, 12:51 PM |#5921  
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9th June 2013, 05:00 PM |#5922  
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Maybe you were meaning "Fish bomb"
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9th June 2013, 06:11 PM |#5923  
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Yesterday night i was using autobrightness with exp123 in a friends garden at night. one small thing i noticed and disliked was that when you put the phone to sleep the screen goes up from very low brightness to very high brightness, which is a bit annoying. can this be fixed in next exp version? this does not happen with autobrightness off (of course).
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9th June 2013, 06:14 PM |#5924  
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Hi pengus. i have a problem with torch app keep being awake without im using it whatsoever. im on kernel exp123.
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9th June 2013, 06:55 PM |#5925  
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Hi pengus. i have a problem with torch app keep being awake without im using it whatsoever. im on kernel exp123.

This will be fixed with the upcoming kk 124.
123 has hold a couple more strange wifi related wakelocks for me two days ago, it didn't happen on the latest 124 private build anymore so I hope those are history as well.
The test kernel feels rock solid, great work again by pengus. Lets hope 124 will be fix all those issues of the previous ones

Btw: I saw some guys discussing how to get updated.
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9th June 2013, 08:50 PM |#5926  
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This will be fixed with the upcoming kk 124.
123 has hold a couple more strange wifi related wakelocks for me two days ago, it didn't happen on the latest 124 private build anymore so I hope those are history as well.
The test kernel feels rock solid, great work again by pengus. Lets hope 124 will be fix all those issues of the previous ones

Btw: I saw some guys discussing how to get updated.
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but but.. Google reader is going dead.. miss RSS
9th June 2013, 09:37 PM |#5927  
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but but.. Google reader is going dead.. miss RSS

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9th June 2013, 10:33 PM |#5928  
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Experimental Release - 124
Been out all day, but hey, i didn't forget about you guys
124 brings in mostly bugfixes and some small features. Changelog is tiny but pretty magical... here it goes:

- PM-IRQ: damn i rushed this one... sorry... fixed all the weird problems you had with wakelocks and wifi and 3g...
- DynFsync: flushing is delayed by 3 seconds after screen off (no more impact on screen off animation)
- DynFsync: auomatically disabled when battery is <= 5% and re-enabled when it goes > 5%, of course only if it was enabled before.
- DynFsync: if enabled/disabled when <= 5% battery, the commands are buffered and applied when battery goes > 5%.
- Torch: fixed the deadly wakelock (ok ok never again a blind build without my phone around )
- CPU: refactored all the single core / auto hotplug code. Now it's all disabled by default. This means no single core when phone is asleep because it messes up with wifi and lots of other things. If you don't care, you can re-enable it with "echo 1 > /sys/kernel/auto_hotplug/auto_hotplug_enabled". The next Kowalski Manager will have an option to enable/disable it, so just stick with the default for now

That's all folks. Enjoy 124 and have fun! Downloads are, as usual, in my XDA FileServer folder linked in signature next to the kernel thread link
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Been out all day, but hey, i didn't forget about you guys
124 brings in mostly bugfixes and some small features. Changelog is tiny but pretty magical... here it goes:

- PM-IRQ: damn i rushed this one... sorry... fixed all the weird problems you had with wakelocks and wifi and 3g...
- DynFsync: flushing is delayed by 3 seconds after screen off (no more impact on screen off animation)
- DynFsync: auomatically disabled when battery is <= 5% and re-enabled when it goes > 5%, of course only if it was enabled before.
- DynFsync: if enabled/disabled when <= 5% battery, the commands are buffered and applied when battery goes > 5%.
- Torch: fixed the deadly wakelock (ok ok never again a blind build without my phone around )
- CPU: refactored all the single core / auto hotplug code. Now it's all disabled by default. This means no single core when phone is asleep because it messes up with wifi and lots of other things. If you don't care, you can re-enable it with "echo 1 > /sys/kernel/auto_hotplug/auto_hotplug_enabled". The next Kowalski Manager will have an option to enable/disable it, so just stick with the default for now

That's all folks. Enjoy 124 and have fun! Downloads are, as usual, in my XDA FileServer folder linked in signature next to the kernel thread link

Downloading....
9th June 2013, 11:19 PM |#5930  
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Originally Posted by pengus77

Been out all day, but hey, i didn't forget about you guys
124 brings in mostly bugfixes and some small features. Changelog is tiny but pretty magical... here it goes:

- PM-IRQ: damn i rushed this one... sorry... fixed all the weird problems you had with wakelocks and wifi and 3g...
- DynFsync: flushing is delayed by 3 seconds after screen off (no more impact on screen off animation)
- DynFsync: auomatically disabled when battery is <= 5% and re-enabled when it goes > 5%, of course only if it was enabled before.
- DynFsync: if enabled/disabled when <= 5% battery, the commands are buffered and applied when battery goes > 5%.
- Torch: fixed the deadly wakelock (ok ok never again a blind build without my phone around )
- CPU: refactored all the single core / auto hotplug code. Now it's all disabled by default. This means no single core when phone is asleep because it messes up with wifi and lots of other things. If you don't care, you can re-enable it with "echo 1 > /sys/kernel/auto_hotplug/auto_hotplug_enabled". The next Kowalski Manager will have an option to enable/disable it, so just stick with the default for now

That's all folks. Enjoy 124 and have fun! Downloads are, as usual, in my XDA FileServer folder linked in signature next to the kernel thread link

tanks pengus!
with this kernel there are an high battery drain?
9th June 2013, 11:20 PM |#5931  
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where is the quote police ....


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