[Kernel] [.38.8] intersectRaven's Kernel (AVS/CAVS)01/08/2011 22:00

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Jesse6749

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Ok that CM kernel only lets takes pics at 3M. Though the 3G signal seems stronger.

That's odd, I just flashed the non CM kernel again and I am getting a better 3G signal with that kernel than the CM kernel.
Update: Oh maybe not my signal dropped after a couple of minutes. But then I drove to the market and the signal was ok so I am not sure but I think they are about the same strength, but fluctuate a bit.
 
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Question, Is there a way to disable the silencer that triggers based on the phones orientation? In one day I've missed many calls because it randomly goes off in my pocket. Running cm6 and in assuming its the kernel because stock cm6 kernel never did that

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with 2.6.35.7_AVS-CM_BFS_20101021_2144 on CM nightly build 219 i often loose 3g and have to switch airplane mode and back to get 3g.
could the kernel be the reason? if not, how to get rid off?
 

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with 2.6.35.7_AVS-CM_BFS_20101021_2144 on CM nightly build 219 i often loose 3g and have to switch airplane mode and back to get 3g.
could the kernel be the reason? if not, how to get rid off?

QFT, I had the same issues yesterday, my 3g signal dropped and only airplane mode helped, the phone would be stuck in emergency calls only otherwise.
But it didnt happen to me yet today and all seems ok for now, strange?!
 

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Hey guys, I've been out of the loop for a little while, and I've tried searching the thread but it's rather massive, so hopefully someone can answer my question without biting my head off.

I understand certain features of this kernel will not work in conjunction with CM6, or a CM6 nightly, which features will not work?

I also see there's a CM-specific branch of this kernel, what problems does that solve? From what I've read it seems like it makes the camera work but disables other functions?

I basically need to know if I install this kernel to use with a CM6 nightly
1.) Will it boot
2.) What will work
3.) What will not work
4.) What is the CM branch of this kernel specifically for?

Sorry to ask such a basic question but the OP isn't entirely clear and the thread was gigantic to browse for such answers.

Thanks :)
 

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Hey guys, I've been out of the loop for a little while, and I've tried searching the thread but it's rather massive, so hopefully someone can answer my question without biting my head off.

I understand certain features of this kernel will not work in conjunction with CM6, or a CM6 nightly, which features will not work?

I also see there's a CM-specific branch of this kernel, what problems does that solve? From what I've read it seems like it makes the camera work but disables other functions?

I basically need to know if I install this kernel to use with a CM6 nightly
1.) Will it boot
2.) What will work
3.) What will not work
4.) What is the CM branch of this kernel specifically for?

Sorry to ask such a basic question but the OP isn't entirely clear and the thread was gigantic to browse for such answers.

Thanks :)

Everything works now on CM as long as you use the -CM builds. :)
 
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    AVS Kernels updated. :)
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    AVS Kernels released! :)
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    dropped from 100% to 78% in 24h its pretty impressive... :eek:

    bty, what is "NETWORK TUNING" :confused:

    From previous replied i found only enable the script by option 1 then 6 to save. what else I should do?

    I don't have SS4N1 in front of me, I will take you through some settings from my head alone, so please excuse me if some info may be off. You're a smart guy, you'll figure it.
    So; You've flashed the CAVS kernel and SS4N1. Reboot, start Terminal Emulator.
    Type

    su
    sscfg

    Look for the Load presets menu option. Go there, load a preset. I started with Moderate. Go back to main menu. Press 2 to display current settings, then press 1. It will show you the current preset. All features will have 1 if enabled. SS4N1 should have the 1 flag as well, meaning it's enabled.
    From there, I press Enter to go back to main menu. In main menu I press 4 to customize settings. Press 1 to Enable/Disable features. I disable the Dewonkifier and Network tuning.
    Press Enter and go back to the Customize settings page.
    I enter 2 to customize the AWAKE mode.
    Press 1 to customize the power governor. It will ask you for the governor you want when AWAKE, I enter 3 if I recall correctly, that's on-demand. Interactive is also very good, even more responsive but eats the battery faster. I go with On-demand, it's very good for me.
    It will then ask you for the Min-Max operating frequencies when the phone is AWAKE. I go with the stock, 128000 for min, 998400 for max.
    It will ask you for the Up-threshold, I enter 90 so the CPU will wait on the lower frequency until it's used 90% before ramping to a higher frequency. Good for battery and trust me, the phone is snappy.
    Press Enter and you will be back to customize the AWAKE mode. I choose the 2nd option, UV Min-Max when AWAKE. For me, I've noticed my phone would consume the battery faster if undervolted. So, I press 2 to configure the UV when AWAKE. I set Min @ 0, Max @ 0. When done, it will show you the tweaked voltage table.
    Press Enter and go back to the Customize settings page.
    Press 3 to customize the SLEEP mode.
    Choose 1 and change the SLEEP Power governor to Conservative.
    Min freq 128000
    Max freq 384000
    Up-threshold: 98
    I go back to configure the SLEEP mode, choose the 2nd option to change UV options, I again choose Min and Max 0.
    I go back to the main menu, press 5 to save settings to SD card using the 1 option.
    I go back to main menu and finally Apply the settings.
    Exit Terminal, the settings apply on the fly, but I reboot for good measure.
    Have fun!


    PS. I was using SetCPU before SS4N1, I now have SetCPU but it's not enabled (no set on boot ticked), no profiles defined. i do all the tweaking from SS4N1, I just monitor with SetCPU. Why use SetCPU when thanks to fine users here we can enjoy a great kernel and a great GUI to configure it? BTW, thanks ch33kybutt for SS4N1 and IR for the kernel!
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    I have the same questions, I just haven't searched thru the old posts yet.

    Noboost, cfs, wififast or advantages of AVS vs CAVS?

    NoBoost -> restored the volume levels of stock kernel
    CFS -> ignore since I only release CFS nowadays
    WiFiFast -> make WiFi stay awake while display is off; useful for WiFi calling app
    AVS -> voltage settings are set at known stable (majority) levels
    CAVS -> voltage settings are set same as undervolted SVS kernels (like CM) but can be altered using script or through terminal
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    Fixed kernels are up. :)
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