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chad0989

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As soon as i.dont have an incredible in use anymore. :rolleyes:

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Could always bring fastcharge over to the other devices. If they don't have it yet.

Edit: Looks like the shift uses the same chip to control charging as the rezound. Would take about 5 minutes to do.
 
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Could always bring fastcharge over to the other devices. If they don't have it yet.

Edit: Looks like the shift uses the same chip to control charging as the rezound. Would take about 5 minutes to do.

Ooooo. My girlfriend would love that! If you could do it for the DROID x id be so grateful. But there's no custom kernels possible on this. :/

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I'm getting an App Not Compatible on my Pons CM7.2 kang running Tiny's latest build.
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I'm getting an App Not Compatible on my Pons CM7.2 kang running Tiny's latest build.
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sounds like a problem with the build.prop have to see what it should be...

Chad can you test on the latest nightly for the Inc? I will test today possibly but not sure when. I don't think kernel detection even exists for app compatibility. Could be wrong though.

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chad0989

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sounds like a problem with the build.prop have to see what it should be...

Chad can you test on the latest nightly for the Inc? I will test today possibly but not sure when. I don't think kernel detection even exists for app compatibility. Could be wrong though.

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Downloading now. Can you see if you can search for it on your nexus too? A couple guys reported the same error for the gnex.

I'm guessing its a market bug though, as like you said, there is no kernel detection for app compatibility. Hopefully it'll work itself out soon. The only compatibility parameters are:

Screen layouts: SMALL NORMAL LARGE XLARGE
Required device features: android.hardware.touchscreen

Edit: Market says incompatible with the latest nightly here too. Hmm. Incredicontrol has the same compat parameters and it comes up though. ::shrugs:: hopefully its just a market thing and it'll straighten itself out in the next day or so.
 
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To whoever left the nasty comment in the market about the widget not being there:

1) Yes it is, its called fastcharge widget. Unless you're running some alternative launcher that doesn't support normal android widgets, its there.
2) You have to contact me if you actually want a response. The market is not a place for troubleshooting. There is no way to respond to comments in the market.
3) Don't use my apps or my kernel if you think that trying to discourage others from using my stuff is going to make me want to continue to develop and give away 95% of my stuff at no charge.
 
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To whoever left the nasty comment in the market about the widget not being there:

1) Yes it is, its called fastcharge widget. Unless you're running some alternative launcher that doesn't support normal android widgets, its there.
2) You have to contact me if you actually want a response. The market is not a place for troubleshooting. There is no way to respond to comments in the market.
3) Don't use my apps or my kernel if you think that trying to discourage others from using my stuff is going to make me want to continue to develop and give away 95% of my stuff at no charge.

Haters gonna hate. :/

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I'm running CM7/Android 2.3.7 with the 8/15/2011 kernel. Am I likely to see a speed or battery improvement with the latest AOSP kernel? Are there significant changes from the 8/15/2011 release?
 

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    12/08/2011
    Added an ICS branch.

    08/15/2011
    Support for voice call recording.
    Adjusted voltage range to 700min 1375max. Good luck have fun.

    07/06/2011
    Fast charge USB
    Patch to increase performance of a function often used in the kernel (memcpy)

    http://www.incredikernel.com
    If you would like incredikernel to keep improving, please turn off adblock for the domain. It is greatly appreciated.

    06/27/2011
    Fix for devices that use newer touch controllers

    Read this: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=15132827&postcount=3626

    Get it at http://www.incredikernel.com

    06/19/2011

    2.6.38.8
    Everything from the 4/19 release
    A bunch of changes to fix smartass (I think finally)
    Simple sysfs interface to enable/disable audio boost

    http://www.incredikernel.com

    12/23/2010 - Sense

    incrediblec-MR3-2.6.32-g9a2fc16 base
    Patched up to 2.6.32.27
    OC up to 1.1136ghz
    Screen on minimum 245mhz
    Screen off 128/384
    HAVS/UV
    Improved smartass scaling (likes lower frequencies more) - default
    BFQ I/O scheduler
    Tiny RCU
    CFS scheduler tweaks
    GPU+
    SD card speed fix
    TUN + CIFS modules
    ext4
    Updated yaffs2/atmel touch/wifi
    3/5 Multitouch support - NOTE: Some devices only support 2 touches

    http://www.incredikernel.com
    Use the +25v zip if you have stability issues

    I recommend you don't change governors and don't set any profiles. Let smartass do its thing as it takes care of sleep.

    If multitouch is not working, you may be able to get it to work by following this:
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=10231055&postcount=1104


    InrediControl:
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.incredicontrol

    IncrediControl AdFree key:
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.incredicontrolAF

    Fastcharge widget:
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.incredicontrol.fastchargewidget

    Because of many requests to add this:

    13
    Thank you Chad for giving me the opportunity to maintain the kernel these past 2 months. This will be the last release from me barring any new bugs introduced.

    11/27/2011 Changes:

    • Use ondemand, performance, and conservative governors from the Android Linux 3.0 kernel
    • Set minimum voltage back to 800 as the voltages will not go below 800 anyway. Anything lower is placebo effect. This is a hardware limitation.
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    I was really irritated with the ridiculously unstable kernel that for some reason is being included with all the ICS builds. So I added an ICS branch. It actually works on GB also right now, but I fully expect them to diverge at some point. Its identical to 11/27 but has fixes for ICS.

    http://www.incredikernel.com
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    I finally got around to updating my fork of Chad's incredikernel. You guys know where to get it. Some fixes to issues created with the fork (BFQ was missing for instance).

    Full changes:

    11/14/2011:
    • Update OJ driver
    • BT fix for newer CM nightlies
    • WIFI module updates
    • Update and re-add BFQ scheduler as well as disable deadline
    • Ondemand is back
    • Fixes/Tweaks to ondemand and interactive
    8
    04/19/11

    Patched up to 2.6.37.6
    BFQ-v2-r1
    Numerous driver updates (BMA150, OV8810, Atmel touch, gadget updates)
    Rewritten panel driver
    Many changes to improve waking when using low frequencies and smartass
    Slightly more aggressive smartass scaling
    Reduced OJ sensitivity slightly (in comparison to 3/18) to help minimize ghosting - GB only

    Only the major changes are listed here, look at my github for all the changes (32 commits in total).

    http://chad0989.dyndns.org/2.6.37.6-incredikernel-gb-4192011.zip - Gingerbread
    http://chad0989.dyndns.org/2.6.37.6-incredikernel-froyo-4192011.zip - Froyo

    Since I know this is going to get asked: Yes there are some differences between this and RC3