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[KERNEL][stable: M1 (2.6.39.4) - exp: Alpha 31 (3.1.10)] Kowalski Kernel

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19th January 2013, 09:42 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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19th January 2013, 09:44 PM |#502  
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yes... You can make coffee to our O2x... Right?

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Uhm no, but i can transform it into a kettle forcing a 2ghz overclock hahahahaha
19th January 2013, 09:49 PM |#503  
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Uhm no, but i can transform it into a kettle forcing a 2ghz overclock hahahahaha

Like this?



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19th January 2013, 09:55 PM |#504  
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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

Hope u will make speakers volume higher)

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19th January 2013, 09:58 PM |#505  
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on what rom ? if it's ics it's a know bug and it's written in op. only auto works there for now.

sadly, on your cm10 rom

EDIT: umm this is wierd. i tried reboot my phone 3 times and problem with brightnes is there. now i rebot phone 4th time and its working like charm.

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19th January 2013, 10:01 PM |#506  
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Wow, new kernel is blazingly fast!

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19th January 2013, 10:20 PM |#507  
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Do i need to setup swap again after installation of new kernel?
19th January 2013, 10:22 PM |#508  
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Re: [KERNEL][CM10/ICS - OLD/NEW BL][010 - 2013/01/19] Kowalski Kernel
Using kolo10 with cm10.1 on old boot loader - very smooth and for the first time phone feels faster than cm 7.2 stable. Sweet

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19th January 2013, 10:33 PM |#509  
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This is by far your best kernel mate, i can't thank you enough for your work! I/O is unbelievably fast and zram is finally useful. I checked the later with a swappiness of 90 to test the efficiency of snappy and it lives up to the name indeed, the difference with the older algorithm is night and day.

The new lmk's behavior is excellent so far. It seems to adapt according to the current running processes, and the system is fast and responsive even when free ram is fairly low.

It's kind of ironic that some nice addition to our phone come from Qualcomm. They used to be like nVidia with OSS, but they are constantly changing for the better, while nVidia is steady as a rock . Since i vote with my wallet, my next phone will have a snapdragon even if there are faster platforms out there by that time.
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19th January 2013, 10:35 PM |#510  
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Re: [KERNEL][CM10/ICS - OLD/NEW BL][010 - 2013/01/19] Kowalski Kernel
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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

Is the conservative governor more battery friendly than dyninteractive?

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19th January 2013, 10:37 PM |#511  
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Congrats on the new kernel mate, they just keep getting better and better. 010 is absolutely amazing.

Faster and at the same time better battery life =
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