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[KERNEL] [3.4.5] [F2FS] GearMod V11.2 [SaberMod 5.2] [OPTIMIZED]

What Toolchain and Source You prefer?

  • GCC

    Votes: 4 8.9%
  • SaberMod

    Votes: 5 11.1%
  • Uber

    Votes: 4 8.9%
  • Linaro

    Votes: 6 13.3%
  • GearCM

    Votes: 25 55.6%
  • CyanogenMod

    Votes: 10 22.2%

  • Total voters
    45
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Plz help how to flash on Exodus
I tried f2fs wipe but no luck & Is the IR blaster working or not ?
 
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  • 21
    Trebor Kernel[/FONT] - I9500

    That's My First Compilation For The I9500 :eek:
    And I Am Open To Suggestions And Tips. :D
    I Hope You Enjoy! :fingers-crossed:


    The Kernel Is Compiled With The Source Of GearCM And Using My Own Changes.

    Features:
    • Better Performance
    • Less RAM Consumption
    • Better Battery
    • F2FS Support
    • And More!

    CPU Governor:
    • ZZMoove (Best)
    • Interactive
    • Conservative
    • UserSpace
    • PowerSave
    • OnDemand (Default)
    • Performance

    I/O:
    • Noop (Best)
    • Row
    • BFQ
    • Fiops

    TCP:
    • WestWood
    • Reno
    • Bic
    • Cubic
    • HighSpeed
    • Hybla
    • HTCP
    • Vegas
    • Veno

    Changelog:
    • Compiled With Lastest GearCM Changes
    • Compiled With Lastest SaberMod 4.9.X
    • Compiled With Pipe Flag
    • Changed All Flags O2 To O3
    • Compiled With 03 For Large Performance Boost
    • Compiled With OFast For Large Performance Gain
    • Compiled With Graphite Optimizations
    • Compiled With FGraphite For Memory Optimizations
    • Compiled With FGraphite Identity For Some Optimizations
    • Compiled With FOpenMP To Use Less RAM
    • FSanitize Leak For Reduce Memory Use
    • Enable Multi Core Power Saving
    • F2FS Support
    • Fully Compatible With Synapse
    • Compatible Kernel Audiutor
    • And More!

    Downloads:
    Mod edit: Links removed.

    Extras:
    Synapse
    Kernel Audiutor

    My Settings

    Credits:
    @Alberto96, @sparksco, @frap129
    @zeeshanhussain12, @asad007


    Sources:
    https://github.com/GearCM/android_kernel_samsung_exynos5410
    http://sabermod.com/Toolchains (DEV ONLY)/arm/arm-linux-androideabi/
    https://github.com/hyper-toolchains


    *Not Tested
    6
    Best update yet!

    I got More than a Day Battery. With Moderate/Heavy use!

    Changelog:
    GearCM source updated
    Full Synapse support
    Full F2FS support
    Added the Governor ZZMoove Exynos
    Removed the Governor Smartmax
    On All disabled Governores of GearCM source:
    Interactive
    Conservactive
    And UserSpace
    Compiled using the latest SaberMod 4.9
    Compatibility with All ROMs AOSP/CM
    Much Smoother
    Improved Battery life
    And more will come!

    Tip:
    Set the default governor zzmoove

    Download:
    http://d-h.st/GZtJ
    5
    Awesome Update!

    Changelog:
    Compiled using the latest LinaroMod 4.9
    Built using Linaro but with SaberMod resources
    SaberMod and Linaro Krait Optimization
    Fixed the bug of the Camera
    And more will come!

    Download:
    http://d-h.st/Jtwx
    4
    Update! And New Kernel!

    GearMod Features:
    - Compiled With Lastest GearCM Changes
    - Compiled With Lastest SaberMod 4.9.4
    - Compiled With -03 Flag
    - Compiled With -Ofast Flag
    - Compiled With -fgraphite Flag
    - And More!


    GearMod Downloads:
    STABLE

    I Hope You Enjoy! :fingers-crossed:
    4
    New Update!

    Changelog:
    GearCM source updated
    Fixed the Kernel version
    Recompiled from scratch
    Full Synapse support

    Download:
    http://d-h.st/ncEE

    P.S.: For the Next version, I'm thinking of adding More governors and update the Kernel. What do you think?