Sorry, can't tell you, cause I returned to stock kernel for the moment, cause I needed the banking app today several times. Had only tested playstore and gmail when I was on this kernel, and this both apps were working without problems. One more issue I had was when I rebooted my device, it booted normally and while startup when checking the ad card it rebooted again, then staying on. But maybe with the fix from start post this will be fixed...haven't installed this fix cause as far as I understood it will uninstall all google apps and we have to reinstall them?
- Minimal debugging and tracing - No messy upstreams / backports that might cause issues down the line - Latency focused - Anxiety I/O scheduler - Scheduler tweaks and hacks - CPU governor adjustments - ZERO in-kernel boosting while maintaining a smooth userspace
- Remove AVB checks - Disable SECCOMP (faster syscalls) - Disable Audit (expensive in Android) - Use non-blocking random pool - Target small cluster in Makefile - Disable IRQ debugging - Don't use high-priority workqueue for usb policy_engine - Disable profiling (kdrag0n) - Anxiety I/O scheduler (sync read priority) - Schedule last-woken task for better cache locality - Reduce cache pressure to keep cache valid for longer - Increase vmstat interval to reduce intermittent jitter - Adjust dirty ratios to writeback dirty pages later rather than sooner - Do not collect I/O stats from block subsystem - Don't dump oom_killed tasks - Do not use UFS for randomness - Disable ASLR fully by default (performance not benchmarked) - Disable JTAG debugging by default - Inform kcompact of fragmentation moreso than full RAM usage - Do not compile HIGHMEM (unused by our system) - Awaken kswapd at 1% (80mb free left) instead of 0.1% (8mb free left) - Do not compile watchdog (reduces jitter) - BFP JIT (better networking performance) - Force block requests to execute on their origin cpu (better cache locality) - Increase haptic strength - Allow GPU to sleep / nap - Do not compile zRAM (unnecessary for this kernels MM settings) - Do not perform readahead (proven to improve power and performance by 70%) - Align scheduler timeslices with jiffies - Overcommit memory for faster Android start times - Remove a bunch of debug and tracing that is unnecessary for the kernel - Remove schedutil hispeed boosting - Remove iowait boosting (saves a large amount of battery) - Do not expedite RCU - Halve round-robin timeslices - Expedite wakelock garbage collection - Lower I/O request limit for lower latency - More that I forgot