- Reverted old Huawei drivers
- Reverted surfaceflinger (from xoom 3.2)
- Updated ES File Explorer
- Tweaked default launcher workspace (after first start)
v.1.1.1: - http://www.multiupload.com/GA27MJVE82
- Newest kernel UNITY V8
--- Updated audio drivers
--- Tweaked interactive governor
--- Improved 1.6GHz voltage
--- 1.2GHz default
- More translations
- Added Google Video Editor
- Updated YouTube App
- Updated ASUS widgets
- Updated Polaris Office
- Updated Huawei libs (need tests)
- Ad-Hoc support
- Removed Google Books
- Added Google+ app
- Added UI sounds/Ringtones/Notifications/Alarms from HTC Sense
v.1.1.0: - http://www.multiupload.com/5YQT9OPDGK
- Fully multilanguage (some apps from SDK 13)
- Added SMS/MMS app
- Added Quick Search Box
- Other minor fixes
v.1.0.7: - http://www.multiupload.com/5UUMKYC0EA
- Fixed USB drive mount
- Removed LumiReader
- Added Samsung Ebook
- Added Samsung MyFiles
- Removed Google Video Editor (temporarily)
v.1.0.6 U1: - http://www.multiupload.com/D9O5UA7C3Z
- Translated Gallery
- Translated Music
- Translated Browser
- Translated Market
- Translated Exchange
- Translated Calendar
- Translated SoundRecorder
- Translated DownloadProviderUI
- Translated Contacts
- Translated Desk Clock
- Updated Wi-Fi firmware
v.1.0.6: - http://www.multiupload.com/R2C93ZINF0
- Updated kernel to UNITY V7 (based on Acer official source code)
--- Updated video/camera/media drivers from nvidia git
--- Updated bcm4329 drivers
--- Boost overall performance
--- Other minor tweaks & configs
- Added ES File Explorer
- Added Samsung Photo Editor
- Added Polaris Office
- Added Samsung Memo
- Added LumiReader
- Added ApInAp
v.1.0.4/1.0.5: - http://www.multiupload.com/N3417H6OPM http://www.multiupload.com/YUHC1Q64H6
- Reverted old Market
- Final kernel included
v.1.0.3: - http://www.multiupload.com/2K33PJD81L
- Wifi dhcp fixed
- other minor fixes
- Added Asus Email widget
- Added Asus water live wallpapers
- Added Asus Weather widget
v.1.0.2: - http://www.multiupload.com/F2MGY1258X
- Fixed camcorder
- New kernel (based on roggin source)
- Other minor fixes
v.1.0.1: - http://www.multiupload.com/5SCMX3ZQTH
- Fixed sensors
- Fixed root permissions
- Fixed video playback
- Other minor fixes
- Initial Release
Introduction to the new Overclocking Daemon
This ROM features a completely new way of Overclocking and managing screen states.
But before explaining it further, let's talk about previous solutions.
There are several different approaches to archieve "screen-state-scaling".
That means basically that the govenor changes if you turn the screen off and changes back to normal when turning the screen on.
This is mainly used to restrict the amount of CPU usage (the frequency in fact) during screen off. This can lead to a major battery life increase.
The solutions so far were:
- App like SetCPU, which change automatically the govenor based on profiles
- integrated solutions in the govenor itself
Both these solutions have major problems.
The one with a tuner app
is always a little laggy right after turning on the screen because SetCPU (or any other CPU tuner) needs some time to change the govenors (up to 7 seconds). This leads mostly to major lag in the lockscreen.
The second solution is the smartass govenor. It has already a screen-state-scaling included, so it reduces the frequency when the screen turn off.
This could be a really nice solution but it has some problems too.
Smartass most of the time is not really stable and has problems with its frequency scaling.
So we (more precisely rmk40
) thought of a better solution.
He wrote a native C Daemon which changes the govenors instantly without any lag.
This leads to major performance improvements
right after turning on the screen and in the lockscreen.
But at the moment this solution is a little bit harder to configure. We are plaing to make a GUI for this, so you get the same comfort as using SetCPU.
Nevertheless you can even now adjust the daemon to your needs.
Be aware that the daemon only works if all CPU tuner apps are deinstalled. Otherwise it deactivates itself.
How to adjust the daemon
The daemon is configured with 6 files in the folder /system/etc/virtuous_oc/
There are 3 files for the wake state and 3 for the sleep state. For each state one file for the govenor, one for the minimal frequency and one for the maximal frequency.
You can easily edit these files eg. with RootExplorer
or any other app which can edit system files. So you can adjust the frequencies and the govenor for each state just like with SetCPU.
In order to get the available frequencies for the current kernel, just open your favorite terminal app and type
You could also use adb shell
to show the frequencies on your computer.
To get the available govenors use a similar approach:
Please make sure, you are entering the right values in the daemon's config files.