I am big fan of lean kernel and Aosip. Really like the build you posted here.
I was wondering if you updated with the latest Aosip? If so, could you be so kind to share. Thank you.
Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
Thank you very much!!leanKernel updated to latest security patch w/ ubertc 5.x built from source
AOSiP CMTE: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=24665509702140312
AOSiP OMS: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=24665509702140324
I apologize for completely being AWOL. I've been terribly busy with personal life and work.
I keep saying to myself that I'll come back when I have a decent Nougat leanKernel, but the truth of the matter is that I just haven't had time to produce anything good. I tried for a couple of days and the end result was a very unstable alpha (at least to my standards). And then I haven't had a chance to try again.
I am coming back at some point in the near future, but I think what it may end up being is a leanKernel lite, something very close to stock. See you guys soon, hopefully!
The only person that can truly answer it is the OP himself. We can speculate or assume, but that's about it. You can try following his GitHub or social media.No, it doesn't, the closest post to an answer/update is almost a 8 months. He's not posted anything in this thread or mentioned the new project he's hoped to start.
Hey guys. If anyone misses lean kernel give Kernvatore https://forum.xda-developers.com/nexus-6p/development/kernel-kernvatore-t3471250 a shot. It's lean kernel-inspired and is updated monthly. It also has interactive x set as default governor.
Use this kernelWill this kernel work on a LOS based ROM ?
[email protected]:/ $ su [email protected]:/ # lk leanKernel configurator --- 0) display current settings 1) wake gesture control 2) wakelock control 3) rgb/picture control 4) interactiveX control 5) cpu overclock control 21) check top 10 wake locks (ie. wakeup sources) please enter a number (or press enter to exit):