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19th January 2013, 08:06 PM |#491  
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Re: [KERNEL][CM10/ICS - OLD/NEW BL][010 - 2013/01/19] Kowalski Kernel
hi pengus, thanx for this great kernel. one question. you mention that interactive governor is now the default governor and that it feels snappier in latest version. despite that u use dyninteractive in ur setup. how come? which one do u recommend and why? thanx

PS ive searched the web for differences between int n dynint, couldnt find anything solid.

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19th January 2013, 08:11 PM |#492  
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hi pengus, thanx for this great kernel. one question. you mention that interactive governor is now the default governor and that it feels snappier in latest version. despite that u use dyninteractive in ur setup. how come? which one do u recommend and why? thanx

PS ive searched the web for differences between int n dynint, couldnt find anything solid.

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Well, interactive is snappier, dyninteractive is more battery friendly and still quite snappy. It depends on what you look for. I like my phone with a solid battery lifespan and i don't really play games or do cpu intensive tasks on it, so i use dyninteractive personally. The real difference anyway is due to the row scheduler and the 1024 read ahead tweak in conjunction. Row is amazing and i'll never take it out from the defaults. It's been specifically designed by Qualcomm for mmc i/o and is able to keep a perfect smoothness even when there are heavy i/o operations underneath.

Anyway, i found an interesting thing about wonky battery readings. If you charge over usb the battery will go insane, while if you charge over normal charger it won't (for me at least). Seems like battery charging is not reading correctly when on usb. Will investigate more
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19th January 2013, 08:22 PM |#493  
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Think you have to go to the menu select on boot then click enable. That's what I did anyway

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as I wrote I have already taken steps to set "on boot" but when I reboot I find anyway the default parameters

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19th January 2013, 08:26 PM |#494  
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as I wrote I have already taken steps to set "on boot" but when I reboot I find anyway the default parameters

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If you're on CM, check that in the performance settings the options for cpu and i/o are not set to persist on boot. They will overwrite trickster's ones.

Also, ICS stock doesn't support init.d scripts, so no zram support there...
19th January 2013, 08:32 PM |#495  
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Hey pengus I was wondering if this kernel Dan be use on cm 10.1 and if everything works just like then cm 10?

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19th January 2013, 08:32 PM |#496  
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Great job Pengus m8,kernel working great so far!
Dyninteractive now totally useable as main scheduler(verry fast and snappy)
19th January 2013, 08:34 PM |#497  
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Hey pengus I was wondering if this kernel Dan be use on cm 10.1 and if everything works just like then cm 10?

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Yes it works as on 10. 10.1 has a bug in userspace related to bluetooth that appears also on "stock" CM kernel. Doesn't depend on the kernel and can't fix it. Need to wait CM to fix that one, but the kernel is compatible and aligned to upstream sources.
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If you're on CM, check that in the performance settings the options for cpu and i/o are not set to persist on boot. They will overwrite trickster's ones.

Also, ICS stock doesn't support init.d scripts, so no zram support there...

I'm on this
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2076882
It support init.d scripts right?
Between I have removed and re-installated Trickster Mod and now it work... Mysterious :what:

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19th January 2013, 08:39 PM |#499  
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Updated wishlist and what i'm working on in third post. If you have stuff to slap in the wishlist let me know
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Re: [KERNEL][CM10/ICS - OLD/NEW BL][010 - 2013/01/19] Kowalski Kernel
I'll move to cm 10.1 haha thanks a lot

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19th January 2013, 08:42 PM |#501  
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Updated wishlist and what i'm working on in third post. If you have stuff to slap in the wishlist let me know

yes... You can make coffee to our O2x... Right?

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