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By pengus77, Recognized Developer on 13th January 2013, 07:57 PM
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13th January 2013, 08:23 PM |#11  
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so not compatible to the official cm releases. thats sad somehow...

"Official" cm releases are so filled with bugs that we should call an exterminator lol
First let's try to get a 10 stable, then we move to 10.1... that's the plan and i won't deviate that soon from it.
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"Official" cm releases are so filled with bugs that we should call an exterminator lol
First let's try to get a 10 stable, then we move to 10.1... that's the plan and i won't deviate that soon from it.

sounds good! sadly, there is (as far as i know) no cm10 rom for the old bl...
13th January 2013, 08:33 PM |#13  
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Cool stuff!
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sounds good! sadly, there is (as far as i know) no cm10 rom for the old bl...

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2097807
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2078474
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2059372
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2030775

just to cite a few... and the downloads on get.cm are still there for cm10 if you want it...
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Hi!, thanks for this release.
I have one question that I cannot answer from the OP... why is there a separate file for the PSP module? Should I flash it after the kernel or it's not mandatory? Is it valid for both BL versions?

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Awesome, your kernel runs excellent on my O2X(now at 13/01). No SODs whatsoever and very stable since first releases.

If people have SOD problems, it is not always kernel related. I have swapped my device for a new one after lots of black screen issues and with the new one I have almost 0 issues even with the same ROM+kernel.
It seems our device has many different (good and horrible)hardware revisions, I suggest to swap your device at the retailer if it is possible within your warranty.
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Hi!, thanks for this release.
I have one question that I cannot answer from the OP... why is there a separate file for the PSP module? Should I flash it after the kernel or it's not mandatory? Is it valid for both BL versions?

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Updated op. It's valid for both bootloaders and it's not mandatory. The psp module will enable the PM_MAX flag when the phone is asleep, so make sure your router/ap supports PSP mode (if it has a broadcom chip then it does for sure) or your phone will lose packets when in deep sleep.
The gain in battery life though is gigantic... you decide
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The Kernel work in P.A.C.Man fine too... Both Bootloader
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About led lights I noticed that if I put "always on" with a very dim light this setting doesn't apply system-wide. If I receive a mail with gmail all fine but if I get a text via a third-party app like whatsapp or viber the light goes full brightness (but it respects the "always on" setting). I had to set a custom brightness for every application manually.
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About led lights I noticed that if I put "always on" with a very dim light this setting doesn't apply system-wide. If I receive a mail with gmail all fine but if I get a text via a third-party app like whatsapp or viber the light goes full brightness (but it respects the "always on" setting). I had to set a custom brightness for every application manually.

This is rom related, i'll look into it on my cm10 thread. Please here post only things related exclusively to the kernel
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is there a possibility to have a version of this kernel for su660 with marsgod call bug fix? :P
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