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17th October 2013, 08:58 PM |#31  
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What about sweep2 wake?

Its unstable. Not going to come before we achieve 100% stability.
18th October 2013, 08:26 AM |#32  
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Wats underVolting? :what:

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20th October 2013, 06:58 PM |#33  
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Wats underVolting? :what:

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Let me Google that for you...... http://lmgtfy.com/?q=what+is+undervolting
24th October 2013, 09:06 AM |#34  
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I flashed the new kernel and tried CIFS.

Good news is:
With CIFS Manager a got a green light ("sucessfully mounted"), also with mountManager.

Bad news is:
I still can not see any files (with ES FileExplorer) after the mount ... perhaps I am doing a wrong step.
I think it is the best result I saw on the desire X, but not working (completely yet).

Can anyone else test cifs, too, please ?

Finally got to test cifs myself too with this kernel. My results: It's working just fine with our corporate samba server! Maybe you need to set a few options in cifs manager to get it to work with your NAS, because we may use some different settings than your NAS does. I read some review on Google Play saying you need to set the options nounix,file_mode=077,dir_mode=077 to get it to work; otherwise you'll see empty folders (exactly your point, right?). Sadly, I don't have a NAS at home to test with, so you need to try yourself again. So try and report back if it worked.
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26th October 2013, 11:38 AM |#35  
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Finally got to test cifs myself too with this kernel. My results: It's working just fine with our corporate samba server! Maybe you need to set a few options in cifs manager to get it to work with your NAS, because we may use some different settings than your NAS does. I read some review on Google Play saying you need to set the options nounix,file_mode=077,dir_mode=077 to get it to work; otherwise you'll see empty folders (exactly your point, right?). Sadly, I don't have a NAS at home to test with, so you need to try yourself again. So try and report back if it worked.

Really great news you went sucessfully through the "hell of cifs" and this kernel is really working, dansou901 !
I wish to be at your point...

So I added file_mode and dir_mode parameters, but my samba-sharei is still not working.
The error is at the "mount" command, please have a look at the attached protocoll of mount manager

yes, I must be using some wrong parameters on my side, this kernel is perfect then
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26th October 2013, 12:32 PM |#36  
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Why do you use Mount Manager? I got it working with Cifs Manager (also available on Google Play for free), also I see that you are missing the nounix paramater. Just try to set it. Write the following in Cifs Manager parameters field:
nounix, dir_mode=077, file_mode=077
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Infinity kernel v2
Changelog:
Kernel version upgrade to 3.4.11
Compiled with cortex a8 toolchains(4.8.2)
Undervolted frequencies
Added OC you are allowed to ask all kinds of questions on this
Removed lot of crap from kernel
Android binder and lowmemkiller frm htc one
And lot of other stuff which I don't remember
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Ok so before you throw up your question on oc read below:

Well we are aware of partial overclocks in the past and still I haven't achieved 100% oc yet. I have added lot of frequencies in the kernel and the oc ones ONLY work with ondemand. What changes I made to sources? See the latest commit. I have done what cute_prince said.. now if you have any other ideas then pls do tell me, I'll implement them immediately . This wont make your games smooth because I think we need to oc the gpu too with it..
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26th October 2013, 07:30 PM |#39  
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Funny,it seems i can't boot the phone with version 2.
There is just a black screen.
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Funny,it seems i can't boot the phone with version 2.
There is just a black screen.

I am running it right now..
26th October 2013, 07:53 PM |#41  
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I'll try to download it again,something might got corupted. Let me check.

EDIT :
Downloaded it again,same problem. Version 1 works fine. Can it be because i am on stock ?
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