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[ROM]Perception Build 9.5 | 99 (CogKernel6, Voodoo5, tons of tweaks!)

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By designgears, Inactive Recognized Developer on 22nd November 2010, 06:06 PM
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Give your phone about 5-10 minutes to fully boot the first time.
Flash stock JF6 before flashing this to avoid any issues.
Backup, backup, backup!

Upcoming Changes:
- Backup entire sdcard to timestamped folder before flashing

Build 99 Changelog:
Rebased on JL5
Lock Screen Chooser
Gingerbread Clone
NO GPS (network location still works, good for general location)

Build 9.5 Changelog:
- no more overclocking issues because its gone!
- no more sdcard corruption
- no more charging death
- no more random reboots
- everything else is the same

Build 9 Changelog:
- Rebuilt on JL3
- JL3 Modem
- Single kernel, upto 1.6Ghz, stock at 1Ghz (patches based on laststufo/hardcore/xcaliburinhand kernel source)
- Stock memory allocation(302MB), an extra 30-40MB for the user is pretty useless
- Set CFQ as default IO scheduler
- BFQ disabled
- Updated Voodoo (db694a992bf11420bffc)
- Fixed phone freezing when removing usb cable with oc enabled
- Fixed charging death while oc enabled (still happens randomly)
- Added Blinky (thanks to Guardian_Bob)
- Removed Samsung Bloat
- Removed Gingerbread Keyboard
- Added new Vending.apk (redesigned market)
- Added Blinky App (thanks to Guardian_Bob)
- Added JL3 Swype
- Added Samsung Keyboard
- Fixed home button haptic

Build 8 Changelog:
- xcaliburinhand's headset jack fix
- Voodoo LagFix updated (c1f5dd5d1a3c2216a381)
- Updated ClockWorkMod Voodoo Edition
- Gingerbread Keyboard (thanks to kennethpenn)
- Added Voltage Control 2.0-rc2
- Fixed APN settings crash

Build 7 Changelog:
CogKernel2:
- raspdeep's 1280Mhz OC/UV v217 kernel patches (I will have a non-oc version for those who don't need it)
- hardcore's kernel patches
- correct framework from jk3, accidentally put jj4 framework in build 6
- bluetooth all working correct again (messed up due to jj4 framework from build6)
- Removed ULF
- Added Voodoo5 Stable (e9dc810ed3e6695c767a)
- Added Supercurio's CWM Voodoo edition
- Reoriented
- Removed multitouch keyboard (missing or very well hidden keys)
- Added stock Froyo keyboard
- Added BLN control - Free
- Home button fix (no longer acts as back button)
- Custom boot image(by me), replaces the AT&T logo (thanks to morfic), You still get the at&t screen for about 1 second until we can edit the boot.bin, that won't change.
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- Based on JPM Froyo kernel
- Voodoo5 Stable by Supercurio http://project-voodoo.org/lagfix
- Custom CWM Voodoo Edition by Supercurio
- 341MB RAM and all features should work
- Includes neldar's BackLightNotification 2.2 from https://github.com/project-voodoo/ba...ernel_patches/
- Sharpness & color fix for UI, inspired by supercurio's work on Voodoo
- SpeedMod: Replaced kernel jhash2 with jhash3
- Includes hardcore's Startup Tweaks from http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=813309
- Adjusted kernel HZ value to (hopefully) balance battery life & smoothness
- Uses BFQ IO scheduler by default, from http://algo.ing.unimo.it/people/paol...ed/sources.php
- Updated ext4 code in kernel from http://www2.kernel.org/pub/linux/ker.../ext4-patches/
- Added Tiny RCU patch for better speed and efficiency from http://android.git.kernel.org/?p=ker...90160a18caf95d
- Optimized compiler flags: -mcpu=cortex-a8 -mfpu=neon -mfloat-abi=hard -fno-gcse -fprefetch-loop-arrays --param l2-cache-size=512 --param l1-cache-size=64 --param simultaneous-prefetches=6 --param prefetch-latency=400 --param l1-cache-line-size=64

In case you're wondering where I got those compiler params from, some of them are from here: http://ctuning.org/dissemination/grow10-03.pdf

Build 5 Changelog:
Added AppWidgetPicker
SetiroN i9000 SuperOptimized ReOriented v1.4.2
Replaced the creepy eye (I asked the creator for permission, since I take donations he didn't like that.)
Added even bigger APN list ~1900 (thanks to knightnz)
Changed file system settings to jfs+ext2 loops back, helps some apps work better, no negative side effects.
The ext2 loops are done like so, they are not done like OCLF where they sit on top of another file system

Build 4 Changelog:
Fixed Locale (US only apps may not work, thinks the phone is in Canada) (thanks to for.digit for a proper fix)
Fixed APN auto selection
Fixed Market not working for some (thanks to hansmrtn for the tip)
Added Titanium Backup to /data/app
Added Rom Manager to /data/app
Lagfix enabled by default
CLShortFuse's GPS Fix v006

Build 3 Changelog:
Fixed RIL that I broke in Build 2
Fixed video player crashing while playing recorded videos
Fixed Random no data on first boot (you might have to select the apn, read below on how to do that)
Fixed Voice Search (Just FC's right now)
Added redbend_ua (bmlwrite is having a hard time flashing modem)
Added Email w/less security (thanks to Fenny)
Fixed Sdcard (showing up as cd-rom drive)
Updated Maps
Updated Flash
Updated Market
Updated Youtube
Removed TouchWiz30Launcher and TwWallpaperChooser
Moved Launcher2 and VoltageControl_1.98b to /data for easy removal

Known Issues:
confirmed:
unconfirmed: (cannot reproduce)
none

Credits:
Supercurio (Voodoo)
laststufo/hardcore/xcaliburinhand (kernel source/patches)
hansmrtn (help with market issues)
Fenny (modified email.apk with less security)
[email protected] (animations)
MagnusRagnarok (animations)
loserskater (android_id script)
CLShortFuse (gps fix)
for.digit (locale fix)
moogoat (wired headset testing)
DJNgoma (stock lock screen)
kennethpenn (gingerbread keyboard port)
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22nd November 2010, 06:12 PM |#2  
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Pretty hyped for this. Does jk3 seem snappier then our captivate leaks?
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Looks like I may be coming back to the Cognition side. I unfortunately left after Axura came around as it was undoubtedly faster, at least by my standards, but since you are incorporating some of the things that contribute to its' speed, I can come back to the good side. FYI-I was following Cog for forever and flashed every build you had up to b6. I can not wait for this release!!!
22nd November 2010, 06:12 PM |#4  
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And here I was enjoying aospMod by Molecule for a whole 12 hours... Looking forward to this beast!
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Is jk3 an official build

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Thanks DG. I'll have to give it a whirl.
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Pretty hyped for this. Does jk3 seem snappier then our captivate leaks?

JK3 was the reason I left Cog in the first place. It is fast as hell when paired with the correct modem. I am currently loving Axura, which is JK3 based, but will be coming back to Cog if this is up to par.
22nd November 2010, 06:15 PM |#8  
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Pretty hyped for this. Does jk3 seem snappier then our captivate leaks?

Its blows the doors off of (unofficial)official captivate roms. Its faster then the i9000 stuff too. (jk3 is i9000m)

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JK3 was the reason I left Cog in the first place. It is fast as hell when paired with the correct modem. I am currently loving Axura, which is JK3 based, but will be coming back to Cog if this is up to par.

Actually, that is the same vibrant rom I used for 2.4, he just has the modem in there now from JK3, which is the best modem now.
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Oooh can't wait to try this out when you post it DG! I love the i9000 roms for some reason...
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I'm pretty sure axura is based off of a vibrant rom...the only thing that is jk3 is the modem. I think its so fast is becase all of the TW stuff is replaced....its also overclocked at 1.2 ghz. Plus it has ULF which in my opinion is alot faster than voodoo

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deffinately need to give this a try
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