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N.O.P.E. Kernel Version 2.6


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Features:
/ Compiled with ARM-4.6.3
/ Neatly organized frequencies.
/ I've done some research and only included the most beloved governors and I/O schedulers of the community.
/ I/O schedulers list: SIO, No-op, Deadline, ROW
/ Made for CM10
/ Overclocked to 900 MHz

Download links:

v2.6


v2.5 KSM and NO multitouch.

v2.2 Multitouch and NO KSM:





Notes:
/ If there is anything wrong just ask ahead. I will answer ASAP.
/ Bugs are to be reported here.
/ Requests and more extensive help over Facebook and Skype.




Credits[::
[√]Penguin449 For extensively testing the kernels.

[√]Thanks to cute_prince for the enormous help in porting CyanogenMod and his source that let me build this kernel.

[√]Solk2 For fixing Wi-Fi. I love you man <3

[√]Based on Prometheus Kernel

Github for all you curious creatures :3
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Changelog:
Code:
V2.6
/ Added lulzactive due to request
/ Added userspace for me to toy around with
/ Fixed multitouch and lag to bootloop

V2.5 and 3/4ths
/ Broke multitouch... and dreams...

V2.5 and a half
/ Fixed bootloop issue
/ Added hope that nothing else will break

V2.5
/ Added KSM support
/ Removed unneeded frequencies
/ Removed Interactive governor
/ Added a mini-guide on how to install kernels below

V2.2:
/ Added ROW I/O Scheduler
/ Added several frequencies due to demand
/ Organized frequencies


V2.1:
/ Implemented Wi-Fi fix
/ Implemented Multi-touch fix
/ Added interactive governor (I had trouble getting it to work before)
/ Fixed Camera force close
/ Changed toolchains to arm-androideabi-4.6.3

How to install:
-Download desired frequency
-Copy the image into the platform-tools folder in your SDK
-Hold shift and right click within the platform-tools folder
-Select "Open command window here"
-Type these commands:
Code:
   adb reboot bootloader
   fastboot erase cache
   fastboot flash boot [Boot image name].img
   fastboot reboot
-Enjoy the living poop out of it.

MY WIFI DOEZNT WRK PLZHELP:
>Download this app
>Start the app
>Click on any of the non selected behaviours (Default or On During Sleep if plugged)
>The app will close
>Open the app and click on advanced options
>Enable workaround 2
>On the main screen chose Always on
>The app will close
>You are good to go
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Common troubleshooting. If you have any problems show content below before you start a Q&A thread or post here.


Q: I installed Nameless ROM v7.2 and...
A:

Change now. Its extremely outdated. Swap either to any CM10 ROM, Sensational V4, or Revolution. They are the most recent so far.

Q: What are the bugs in CM10 ROMs?
A:

Instant messenger voice messages;
Wi-Fi Hotspot.

Q: My WiFi keeps disconnecting.
A:

>Download this app

>Start the app
>Click on any of the non selected behaviors (Default or On During Sleep if plugged)
>The app will close
>Open the app and click on advanced options
>Enable workaround 2
>On the main screen chose Always on
>The app will close
>You are good to go

Q: My phone is stuck in a bootloop, what do I do?
A:


Did you install the correct kernel? NOPE only works on CM10.
Did you try a lower frequency?
Did you do a full wipe when installing a new ROM?
If the answer to all of these is yes, message me on Facebook so I can assist you.

Q: Can you implement [Name a thing] in your kernel?
A:


Help me find the patch and I will.

Q: How do I install a ROM/Kernel?
A:


Please read this carefully.


Q: What is the best ROM/Kernel
A:

There is no such thing. It has been mentioned a lot of times that this a dreaded question. You try and you chose the one that appeals to you the most.

Q: My battery doesn't last as long, what measures can I take to increase uptime?
A:

If you are aiming for battery life probably the most effective way to do that is by turning off WiFi, and MobileData when you are not using them (pretty logical isn't it?)
Get an app called Greenify and hibernate most of the apps that are recommended. Play services, Facebook and such are not necessary processes in the background. They will drain battery. So that will suspend them until you start the given app.
I recommend /not/ using taskers or triggers. The simple fact of having an app scanning the state of your phone, detecting the conditions and completing the task uses more battery than you doing regular maintenance yourself.
The only exception I can add here is SetCPU. Get it. And make profiles. Night mode and Screen off are a must. Just note for regular screen off don't set it lower than 300 or it might make your music stutter in case you are listening to any.
Use your battery wisely, don't waste it on games/internet if you are going to need it.
Buy an emergency charger online. I am probably going to do this soon.

Q: How do I unlock my bootloader?
A:

Follow >this guide< It's pretty detailed and has pictures and green stuff. Automatically better than anything I will be able to post here.
Note: Using a toolkit will damage your learning process. I recommend not doing it that way. You will be needing the experience later on.

Q: How do I flash a ROM?
A:

Download the desired ROM and save it to (a folder in) your SD card.
Reboot to your preferred recovery.
Make. A. Backup.
Please.

Wipe Dalvik, Cache and Data. Or factory reset, I have been sticking to the same ROM for a long time, so I kinda have forgotten. NOTE: This will delete your apps and settings.
Locate the ROM and install it. Proceed to puke some rainbows.
Make sure you have the correct kernel for the rom. You CANNOT use NOPE kernel for Sense ROMs.

Q: How do I flash a kernel?
A:

You need to have ADB. I will assume that you have it already because you have your bootloader unlocked.
Download the kernel and place it your platform-tools folder.
Reboot your phone to bootloader.
Connect it to the PC using the cable.
Open a command prompt (Hold shift and right click inside the the platform-tools folder (Not on any specific file, just inside it) and click Open command window here)
Make sure your device is recognized. (One time is enough)
Code:
fastboot devices
Erase the cache. (Optional but I do it anyway)
Code:
fastboot erase cache
Flash the kernel.
Code:
fastboot flash boot [File name].img
Where you replace [File name] with the name your kernel has. For example if your kernel is named boot800 the command will be "fastboot flash boot boot800.img"

Q: How do I flash a kernel?
A:

You need to have ADB. I will assume that you have it already because you have your bootloader unlocked.
Download the kernel and place it your platform-tools folder.
Reboot your phone to bootloader.
Connect it to the PC using the cable.
Open a command prompt (Hold shift and right click inside the the platform-tools folder (Not on any specific file, just inside it) and click Open command window here)
Erase the cache. (Optional but I do it anyway)
Code:
fastboot erase cache
Flash the recovery.
Code:
fastboot flash recovery [File name].img
Where you replace [File name] with the name your recovery has. For example if your recovery is named TeamWin the command will be "fastboot flash recovery TeamWin.img"
Copy>Pasted this part and changed some stuff. Not even sorry. :P



P.S. You can suggest FAQs and I will add them ASAP. It's still a WIP.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by me4488

Changelog:

Code:
V2.5 and a half
/ Fixed bootloop issue
/ Added hope that nothing else will break

V2.5
/ Added KSM support
/ Removed unneeded frequencies
/ Removed Interactive governor
/ Added a mini-guide on how to install kernels below

V2.2:
/ Added ROW I/O Scheduler
/ Added several frequencies due to demand
/ Organized frequencies


V2.1:
/ Implemented Wi-Fi fix
/ Implemented Multi-touch fix
/ Added interactive governor (I had trouble getting it to work before)
/ Fixed Camera force close
/ Changed toolchains to arm-androideabi-4.6.3

How to install:
-Download desired frequency
-Copy the image into the platform-tools folder in your SDK
-Hold shift and right click within the platform-tools folder
-Select "Open command window here"
-Type these commands:
Code:
   adb reboot bootloader
   fastboot erase cache
   fastboot flash boot [Boot image name].img
   fastboot reboot
-Enjoy the living poop out of it.

[Insert other random stuff I cannot remember here]

What is the frequency for the HTC desire c? Sorry I'm new
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What is the frequency for the HTC desire c? Sorry I'm new

Stock is 600mhz.
Can be overclocked upto 900mhz on cm10 based roms and upto 828 Mhz on sense roms.
Not all phones can handle high frequency, so intermediary steps are available.
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What is the frequency for the HTC desire c? Sorry I'm new

You should first try flashing 900mhz kernel... when it didn't boot try 800-850 MHz... on cm based ROMs...

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Updated to 2.6 guys. Finally! I have several plans but I try them at least after October the 10th. Unless I get a working muse (which is highly unlikely).
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850MHz is actually 825 MHz .. fix it.. want 850MHz.. can download only 825MHz.. 875MHz is too high for me..
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anyone willing to make me a kernel.. with my preferred GPU freqs? wanna to test.. something..
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yeah, GPU freqs.. saw in devices-msm7x27.c few steps there.
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Does it really matter if we flash the Kernel first, then clear cache? This is how I've always done it and I never faced any problems...
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