This kernel is based off of Netarchy's 4.2.1 Universal More Aggressive Kernel, so expect the same results when flashing this.
What I've been working on with this kernel is the charging aspect. Desire users have their battery tweak, so I've been working on one for us. With this kernel you'll be able to get the trickle charging experience you've always wanted. I slapped a WIP tag on this thread because although I have gotten this trickle charging to work, I still have some other things I need to iron out and also add.
Things need to fix:
-All of Netarchy's goodies
-Trickle Charging (AC & USB)
-Full battery charging. Charge your battery to maximum capacity
-Full battery charging for all extended batteries.
-Accurate measurement of voltage while on the charger. Usually on the charger on other kernels, the voltage will still read +4.193V even when the battery is draining on the charger. Now you get to see the draining, so when you pick up the phone in the morning and its not finished with its trickle charging session, you can wait a minute or two until it's done.
-You also no longer need to wipe battery stats.
Lemme clear the air...
- I should clarify. If your phone is at 100% and you're using your phone on the charger, there's a possibility that it will turn off the charger. If your phone is not at 100% then there is absolutely no way the charger will turn off and you can use your phone all you want on AC or USB. And with USB, even if your phone is past 100% you can use it on the charger. So if you're hours upon hours past 100% and you decide to use your phone to do heavy duty work (surf the web for more hours, play some games, listen to some music, stream something), the charger may turn off.
You know when this is working when...
You know this is working when you're 30 minutes past 100% and you don't see any -mA's in the battery widget monitor app (go download from Market, it is free!). If you start seeing -mA's on the charger at any point while charging past 100%, the charger has turned off and this isn't working for you. The only reason the charger will turn off is if you go over the voltage limit. The only way you can possibly go over the voltage limit is if you are using your phone while charging on AC. That is the only way
Will this damage my battery?
Well...this is a running experiment. 8 people have reported battery issues with no real evidence of such thing other than their word. Electrical engineers have spoken of the danger but have yet to conduct an experiment of their own so...use at your own risk! This kernel could possibly blow up your phone, ruin your credit, steal your late night snacks and slap a baby turtle so USE AT YOUR OWN RISK! I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY OF THOSE THINGS (contact PETA about the baby turtle..not me).