If we update our rooted devices to the latest firmware update using a newly made patched img, would this also revert the kernel back to stock or is it recommended to flash the stock kernel using ex kernel or something?
You don't update your phone by using a magisk patched boot.img.
I see. Thanks again for the help and sorry for the noob questions.You don't update your phone by using a magisk patched boot.img.
You need to flash the entire firmware package using newsflasher, which overwrites everything including the custom kernel.
After flashing the new firmware you need to re-root by patching the boot.img from the firmware you just installed and afterwards reflash the kernel.
Hey glad it's working fine for you and you're happy.This kernel is great! so far so good no big problems using 61.1.A.9.219 android 12. only about 2% power drain after 8hr sleep in deep doze mode.
one thing i notice is when you touch the screen/doing normal operations, all eight cores will jump up to 13xx together... this does not happen if you use the stock kernel. it will be better if only the little cluster and big cluster get boosted during input detection... is this something to do with the power saving option? it seem they are all synchronize.
oh you are right, i just flashed back stock kernel and tested again. is there anyway to tune it down? all cpu cores boosting to 13xx everytime i touch the screen seem to be waste of energy
Idk if that's a good idea, but I'll add that any more updates are welcome when you find the time, maybe some more optimization or like a newer clang? Oh, I also discovered bbr2 tcp congestion algo exists. Idk, thanks for the kernel again my dood.