[Kernel][7/25/12][Beta 13] KozmiKKernel [Sweep2Wake][OC][Fully Customizable]

Search This thread

theshamrockking

Senior Member
Mar 6, 2011
402
72
Phoenix
You know, if you read my post, you would have seen that this amazing kernel is the sole reason I visit this bloody place. Thanks for your help, if it helps you get feedback, it didn't work either. I had this problem with RC1 and tried the TWRP recovery which still didn't work, but managed to fix it by reflashing CWM and then reflashing the kernel.

If its any help at all, I'm thinking it might have to do with the log saying something along the lines of "assert failed: ...new boot.img" leading me to believe that it wasn't actually flashed but whatever.

Sent from my HTC Velocity 4G X710s using XDA Premium App

Thank you for that as I'm sure it will help plenty of other people with the same issue. I would like to mention that you come across strong and with distaste and I have to say it's bothersome. I was and am just trying to help. But have a nice day.

Sent from my HTC Raider X710e using XDA
 

kozmikkick

Senior Member
Nov 26, 2010
1,278
1,215
Seattle, WA
You know, if you read my post, you would have seen that this amazing kernel is the sole reason I visit this bloody place. Thanks for your help, if it helps you get feedback, it didn't work either. I had this problem with RC1 and tried the TWRP recovery which still didn't work, but managed to fix it by reflashing CWM and then reflashing the kernel.

If its any help at all, I'm thinking it might have to do with the log saying something along the lines of "assert failed: ...new boot.img" leading me to believe that it wasn't actually flashed but whatever.

Sent from my HTC Velocity 4G X710s using XDA Premium App

It sounds like something is corrupted in the boot sector. Try fastboot flashing your stock insecure boot.IMG then flash my kernel and it should fix it I think.

Sent from my HTC One X using xda premium
 

bestialbub

Senior Member
May 19, 2010
181
33
heya, mister kozmikkick, thanks for the kernel work. the rc1 kernel packaged with the dark raider rom is working okie dokie.

i'd like to try rc2. is there a concern for, or do i need to worry about the wifi modules? flashgui won't flash the kernel due to a lack of 'em, and i don't care to flash it without 'em if its just gonna break my wifi due to missing compatible kernel modules for the rc2 update.

i'm guessing its probably not an issue, but I'd just rather check instead of testing.

pps; could you include the wifi modules with your kernel updates in the future for flashgui compatibility? i notice the empty folder in the zip. i'm not unfamiliar with flashing from fastboot, but had read flashgui may be prefered on s-off devices.

thanks.
 

kozmikkick

Senior Member
Nov 26, 2010
1,278
1,215
Seattle, WA
heya, mister kozmikkick, thanks for the kernel work. the rc1 kernel packaged with the dark raider rom is working okie dokie.

i'd like to try rc2. is there a concern for, or do i need to worry about the wifi modules? flashgui won't flash the kernel due to a lack of 'em, and i don't care to flash it without 'em if its just gonna break my wifi due to missing compatible kernel modules for the rc2 update.

i'm guessing its probably not an issue, but I'd just rather check instead of testing.

pps; could you include the wifi modules with your kernel updates in the future for flashgui compatibility? i notice the empty folder in the zip. i'm not unfamiliar with flashing from fastboot, but had read flashgui may be prefered on s-off devices.

thanks.

If there are no WiFi modules included in the download then that means that they are built in ;)

Sent from my HTC One X using xda premium
 
  • Like
Reactions: bestialbub

78cortina

Senior Member
Aug 30, 2011
425
164
S-offed my phone to day. Flashed rc2, kozmi I love the aroma install very clean. Everything is running sweet no probs yet. One thing that's disappeared is after waking up then try to send SMS it would fail first time then send straight away. Sent about similar msgs and they all worked great.

Thanks for your hard work.

Sent from my HTC PH39100 using XDA Premium App
 
  • Like
Reactions: kozmikkick

theshamrockking

Senior Member
Mar 6, 2011
402
72
Phoenix
Sent from my HTC Raider X710e using XDA
 

Attachments

  • uploadfromtaptalk1338416861387.jpg
    uploadfromtaptalk1338416861387.jpg
    23.4 KB · Views: 138
  • uploadfromtaptalk1338416873673.jpg
    uploadfromtaptalk1338416873673.jpg
    20 KB · Views: 140
  • Like
Reactions: kozmikkick

ki11bert

Senior Member
Jul 17, 2011
139
19
Kozmik, have you seen anyone experience a bright red strobing perimeter around the screen ? I'm on holics .7 Rom and packaged kernel. Wondering if it may be kernel related.. I'm going to give your kernel a go and see if it disappears.

Tried rc2.... Still doing it. Gonna hang with your kernel though because I know it kicks mucho asso

Sent from my HTC PH39100 using XDA
 
Last edited:

theshamrockking

Senior Member
Mar 6, 2011
402
72
Phoenix
Kozmik, have you seen anyone experience a bright red strobing perimeter around the screen ? I'm on holics .7 Rom and packaged kernel. Wondering if it may be kernel related.. I'm going to give your kernel a go and see if it disappears.

Tried rc2.... Still doing it. Gonna hang with your kernel though because I know it kicks mucho asso

Sent from my HTC PH39100 using XDA

I havnt had that specific issue but I have noticed like a line that goes from the top of the screen to the bottom when I'm in sertin apps and it moves around and changes colors and such. I think it must be graphics relayed but I have no idea it's just a guess. Maybe the vivid wasn't made very well by HTC which is odd for them but who knows.

Sent from my HTC Raider X710e using XDA
 

Top Liked Posts

  • There are no posts matching your filters.
  • 32
    KozmiKKernel​

    Features:
    Sweep2Wake - Coded and Produced by the great Showp1984
    Fast Charge - chad0988
    TUN
    CIFS
    Fully customizable via aroma install, no longer need a cpu manager!
    Adjustable Voltage Tables (750000 to 1450000) Be careful if you adjust!
    Lagfree Governor
    Badass Governor - Coded and Produced by the great Showp1984
    Overclocked GPU 2D and 3D Core - Only in Beta 7 and some lower builds
    Added VR, SIO, and BFQ I/O Schedulers in addition to the standard NOOP,CFQ,and DEADLINE.

    Faqs:

    mpdecision and thermald
    Check out Bricked Kernel. The second post has a good read about the mpdecision and thermald that is now built into the kernel courtesy of showp1984.

    Badass Governor
    "Badass removes all of this "fast peaking" to the max frequency. On a typical system the cpu won't go above 918Mhz and therefore stay cool and will use less power. To trigger a frequency increase, the system must run a bit @ 918Mhz with high load, then the frequency is bumped to 1188Mhz. If that is still not enough the governor gives you full throttle. (this transition should not take longer than 2-5 seconds, depending on the load your system is experiencing)
    Badass will also take the gpu load into consideration. If the gpu is moderately busy it will bypass the above check and clock the cpu with 1188Mhz. If the gpu is crushed under load, badass will lift the restrictions to the cpu.

    Please remember: Due to it's nature, this is not a benchmark governor. It is meant as a governor that gives you a smooth experience while saving battery, lots of it. :cool: " - As quoted from Showp1984's Bricked Kernel Thread

    Sweep2Wake
    No long do you need to use your power button to wake your phone. To wake your phone sweep your finger from the home button to the search button. Likewise to put your phone to sleep, sweep your finger from the search button to the home button.

    Fast Charging
    Starting in Beta 6 fast charging is now an option. To enable it all you need to do is run the following in adb shell, in a terminal on your phone, or in the terminal in System Tuner:

    Code:
    echo "1" /sys/kernel/fast_charge/force_fast_charge

    Likewise to should you wish to disable it you can run:

    Code:
    echo "0" /sys/kernel/fast_charge/force_fast_charge

    Release Candates will have an optional download that does not have Sweep2Wake for those that do not want it. :cool:

    Should be compatible with any rooted ICS sense rom.

    You can use System Tuner voltage tables.

    As with anything you flash to your phone there is always a risk. You are taking responsibility into your own hands when you flash this. It works perfectly on my phone but your hardware may not be able to withstand overclocking. It should work fine but don't complain if it breaks your phone. :)

    If you decide that this kernel isn't quite for you yet you can always revert to the stock kernel :cool:

    Release Candidate Downloads (Stable):

    RC 2

    RC 1

    RC 1 with Sweep2Wake

    RC 1 - S-Off

    RC 1 with Sweep2Wake - S-Off


    Beta Downloads:

    Beta 13


    Stockish Downloads:

    Stockish


    Installation:
    I am no longer supporting phones that are not S-Off. Get S-Off now ;) Then just flash zip in recovery and select your options!

    If your phone does not have S-Off, there are some older versions of my rom in the downloads that are built into the boot.img and may be flashed via fastboot. Don't ask which ones can be done with this method. You need flash the boot.img contained within using fastboot from your bootloader:

    Code:
    fastboot flash boot boot.img

    CPU Frequency / Voltage Table:
    Code:
     192000:   800000
     384000:   825000
     432000:   850000
     486000:   850000
     540000:   875000
     594000:   875000
     648000:   900000
     702000:   900000
     756000:   925000
     810000:   950000
     864000:   975000
     918000:   975000
     972000:  1000000
    1026000:  1000000
    1080000:  1025000
    1134000:  1025000
    1188000:  1050000
    1242000:  1075000
    1296000:  1100000
    1350000:  1125000
    1404000:  1150000
    1458000:  1150000
    1512000:  1175000
    1566000:  1200000
    1620000:  1225000
    1674000:  1250000
    1728000:  1275000
    1782000:  1300000


    Change Log:

    Beta 13

    Stockish


    Credits:
    klquicksall
    Virtuous Dev Team
    showp1984
    Faux123
    Chad0989
    LeeDroid
    Rafyvitto
    HTCDev


    Github:
    My Source

    Sweep2Wake Video

    Benchmark:
    Screenshot_2012_04_05_19_52_28.png

    Screenshot_2012_04_05_20_10_52.png
    9
    Working out issues with install script and then I'll release elegancia ROM with a new kernel as well as updating the kernel here with beta 13

    Sent from my HTC One X using xda premium
    8
    Well good news. I've successfully programmed in cmdline parsing for fast charging. This means that you will be able to enable it or disable it when you install the kernel ;)

    I just have a one more piece to add to it and it will be ready to be released. Probably be later to night or tomorrow afternoon at the latest.
    7
    Beta 7 is now posted in the OP!

    I did not have time to get fast charging setup working properly via install so you still need to enable it in a terminal program as the Faqs in Post 1 indicate ;)

    I'm tired and I need to get some sleep. I will clean up my post probably Wednesday when i have time to work on getting Fast Charge working on install.

    Have fun! And select your options wisely ;) You do not need a cpu manager now. The install process lets you choose pretty much any option you would normally need a manager to do.
    6
    Any progress on the install script? I can't wait to remove this Rom n try a sensation base that's working. Also will u have the 4 signal bars or the 5 signal bars in your up comming Rom release?

    Sent from my HTC PH39100 using xda app-developers app

    Good. I got it working. Itll be released tomorrow.

    Four bars.

    Sent from my HTC Holiday using xda premium