Sweep2Wake - Dennis Rassmann (Showp1984)
Custom User Voltage Control - Faux123/Xmister
GPU OC @ 520 - TripNRaVeR
CPU OC up to 1600 QUAD (Variant 0 and 1 - may not be stable)
CPU OC up to 1700 QUAD (Variant 2 and 3 - may not be stable)
Patch from 3.14 base to 3.18
Cpuquiet - Faux123/Nvidia
Mpdecision - (Currently not in use after 005) Dennis Rassmann (Showp1984)
Smartdimmer - TripNRaVeR
Dynamic Fsync (Currently not in use after 006) - Faux123
TripNDroid Vibrator Driver (Currently not in use after 004) - TripNRaVeR
CPU Freq Hard Cap and Max Scaling Freq - Maxwen / Showp1984 for initial scaling freq setup
Backlight Button Notification - Maxwen / Xmister
Smartmax Governor - Maxwen
Fastcharge - Tbalden
Touchdemand Governor - Metallice
Performance governor patch to actually use all for cores in quad mode - Metallice
Linaro/Arm optimizations - showp1984
and other stuff that can be found in changelog.
This may blow your phone up, bring the end of the world, or otherwise devastate your life. I claim zero responsibility as I did not make you flash this on our phone.
Before flashing it is advised to remove all undervolting scripts and anything that modifies the cpu/gpu on boot. This kernel uses dvfs/voltages not currently used in other kernels for this device. Not removing said scripts may very easily result in boot loops.
Your device will get very hot very fast if you are running quad 1700 with performance governor. To run a benchmark in this mode you must wait till your device is 30 degrees Celsius before switching to performance and running your benchmark otherwise it will get too hot before completion and will result in a reboot.
Min frequency of 25500 will stick on aosp but will not on sense, likewise sense will more than likely revert you selected max freq after awhile back to 1500.
Works perfectly on AOSP/CM/AOKP, my advise is switch to one of those and your life will be happy!
The zip file contains both a bootsense.img, bootaosp.img, and the unpacked zImage. You can probably just flash the bootsense.img for a sense rom and bootaosp.img for AOSP, but in case you happen to be crazy about repacking then it's fairly simple to do so. If you don't know what repacking is, then use Google.
To increase or decrease back-light button notification brightness. Change (From 0 to 255. 255 is default and the brightest, and 0 is not bright and won't show ):
Sweep2wake is now enabled with back-light button support enabled by default. To change:
To disable sweep2wake set:
To enable sweep2wake set:
To enable sweep2wake without back-light button set:
013 - Nvidia Cpuquiet Sense/AOSP
fastboot flash boot boot.img
If you don't know what that mean's, use Google and search. After flashing the boot.img you must then flash the zip file in recovery.