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I just learned about Synapse. Does anyone have any recommended settings?

Not all devices are working the same. I always had a lot of uv on both of cpu and got and abb voltages.
You have to try yourself. For start you can go all cpu steps -50 except the 800 mhz one. It won't boot, it must have the default voltages. The same for gpu.

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Thank you so much to those who donated, it is always very, very much appreciated. :)

Plasma kernel v. 2.52 has been released!

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Changelog:
  • Plasma BackBlink
  • Added S-Pen detach/insert actions
  • Support for ZZMoove profiles in Synapse
  • Upgraded to ZZMoove 0.9 beta 3
  • Ported existing Plasma changes to new ZZMoove version
  • Added native input booster to ZZMoove (based on faux123's intelliactive)
  • Added minimum frequency while mUSB plugged in (ZZMoove tuneable)
  • Added core up/down staggering (ZZMoove tuneables)
  • Added up/down block multipliers for each core (ZZMoove tuneables)
  • Added support for Boeffla sound engine
  • Added limited support for intelliactive CPU governor
  • Added optional instant key-up upon key-down for Home button
  • Made optional CPU boost on buttons/touchkeys adjustable
  • Fixed WaveWake bugs
  • Fixed minor S2W bug
  • Fixed Touchkey hardware staying on with S2W
  • Updated BFQ scheduler to v7r2 (thanks psndna88)
  • Other small commits (battery savings)
 

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Thank you so much to those who donated, it is always very, very much appreciated. :)

Plasma kernel v. 2.52 has been released!

Download (and extended changelog)

Changelog:
  • Plasma BackBlink
  • Added S-Pen detach/insert actions
  • Support for ZZMoove profiles in Synapse
  • Upgraded to ZZMoove 0.9 beta 3
  • Ported existing Plasma changes to new ZZMoove version
  • Added native input booster to ZZMoove (based on faux123's intelliactive)
  • Added minimum frequency while mUSB plugged in (ZZMoove tuneable)
  • Added core up/down staggering (ZZMoove tuneables)
  • Added up/down block multipliers for each core (ZZMoove tuneables)
  • Added support for Boeffla sound engine
  • Added limited support for intelliactive CPU governor
  • Added optional instant key-up upon key-down for Home button
  • Made optional CPU boost on buttons/touchkeys adjustable
  • Fixed WaveWake bugs
  • Fixed minor S2W bug
  • Fixed Touchkey hardware staying on with S2W
  • Updated BFQ scheduler to v7r2 (thanks psndna88)
  • Other small commits (battery savings)

I think its about time I venture back aosp to try this update out. I only wish there was a touchwiz version of this. Boeffla or voodoo is a must have on a note 2.

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I'll probably try to make a TW version soon. :)

That would be so cool! I love AOSP but it was really because I love this kernel. Cm is a great rom but if I could have a stock experience with this I just might jump ship. I just thought it would be a real ***** to get done with the way Sammy locks everything down. Hope you can pull it off!

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That would be so cool! I love AOSP but it was really because I love this kernel. Cm is a great rom but if I could have a stock experience with this I just might jump ship. I just thought it would be a real ***** to get done with the way Sammy locks everything down. Hope you can pull it off!

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Same here its this kernel that brings me to aosp. I love cm but I don't like the bugs. This kernel makes me live with them. I loved Perseus kernel on 4.1.2, this kernel replaces that part.

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I can second this as I tried the latest kernal on omnirom and the soft keys were inactive.

I had the same thing on omni but thought it was using xposed additions that remapped buttons. I find that if I start hitting the capacitive keys during the boot process (before synapse complete flashes) the keys will work fine -till the next reboot.
 

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I thought it was my chrome browser but it did happen to me too once while trying to hit the menu button. But after just holding down the home button and clearing apps it worked just fine.

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Ffolkes you can read on international forum n7100? We have a problem with softkey

Sorry about the problem with the touchkeys, it happened to me once but never again, so I assumed it was just a freak accident. I see the problem now, it should only be affecting people using Touchwake. I will get an update out soon, until then you must make sure "Ignore touchkeys while screen off" is unchecked and reboot, as that setting is what is causing this, and it is on by default.
 

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Sorry about the problem with the touchkeys, it happened to me once but never again, so I assumed it was just a freak accident. I see the problem now, it should only be affecting people using Touchwake. I will get an update out soon, until then you must make sure "Ignore touchkeys while screen off" is unchecked and reboot, as that setting is what is causing this, and it is on by default.

That doesn't work for me, always had that off anyway, but tried toggle and reboot, no effect.
Still, if I hit the soft keys a few times as it boots, they function fine thereafter
 
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Plasma kernel v. 2.53 has been released! I've put a lot of work into PatternUnlock, and I'm anxious to see what people think of it. Read more about it here.

Download (and extended changelog)

Changelog:
  • Plasma PatternUnlock
  • Fixed unresponsive touchkey bug
  • ParanoidAndroid variants should handle root properly now
  • Other small bugfixes and Synapse corrections
 

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Plasma kernel v. 2.53 has been released! I've put a lot of work into PatternUnlock, and I'm anxious to see what people think of it. Read more about it here.

Download (and extended changelog)

Changelog:
  • Plasma PatternUnlock
  • Fixed unresponsive touchkey bug
  • ParanoidAndroid variants should handle root properly now
  • Other small bugfixes and Synapse corrections

Guess I will have to nand back to 4.4.4 and test it out!

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Edit: working good so far. Pattern unlock will take some time to figure out correctly but seems to be fine.

Edit: Edit: Well I started to extract a rom zip and tried turning off the screen. Bad thing to do. Screen will not stay off. It keeps turning on wanting me to unlock it.

After futher testing it does not seem to be related to pattern lock. Not sure if it is kernel or rom related yet. I will try with another kernel and let you know.

One other thing. Would you mind if I compile your kernel with my 4.4.4 beanstalk rom?
 
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Plasma kernel v. 2.53 has been released! I've put a lot of work into PatternUnlock, and I'm anxious to see what people think of it. Read more about it here.

Download (and extended changelog)

Changelog:
  • Plasma PatternUnlock
  • Fixed unresponsive touchkey bug
  • ParanoidAndroid variants should handle root properly now
  • Other small bugfixes and Synapse corrections

Thanks again for the great job

Pattern unlock does have a problem if the device is waked from hitting touch keys or slide to unlock when the "enable wakelock+pattern unlock is chosen. The screen will come on but the pattern unlock is not there. If the wake lock choice is disabled it seems to work fine, but only slide to wake turns the screen on-not hitting a soft key.
Not a big deal--just fyi

Softkey issue nonresponse has been fixed-thanks.
 

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Thanks again for the great job

Pattern unlock does have a problem if the device is waked from hitting touch keys or slide to unlock when the "enable wakelock+pattern unlock is chosen. The screen will come on but the pattern unlock is not there. If the wake lock choice is disabled it seems to work fine, but only slide to wake turns the screen on-not hitting a soft key.
Not a big deal--just fyi

Softkey issue nonresponse has been fixed-thanks.

This is actually intentional in a strange way, but I will make the "Lock All Input" option default to true in future versions. What happened is, PatternUnlock started as merely a way to tap your screen to turn it on, much like Doubletap2wake, so it always held a wakelock, and when it was tapped with the proper pattern, it would wake. Then I added the ability to lock input as an afterthought. But then after that, it was suggested that people might not want to hold a wakelock at all, and instead always press power and enter their pattern. So when you use "Enabled - No Wakelock" internally it HAS to lock input, otherwise it would be useless. But when you use "Enabled - Wakelock", it's operating the way it originally intended - simply as a way to turn your screen on. It's up to you to scroll down and check "Lock All Input" since it is no longer done implicitly, because the user might only want PatternUnlock to just turn their screen on and not actually ever lock any input. It's really confusing, sorry. :p

I'm not sure what you mean by the touchkey stuff. Could you please explain.
 
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    I. Thanks!
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    Disclaimer: I take no responsibility for any damage that might occur to your device. You proceed strictly at your own risk. This is a work in progress.
    Thank you for your interest in Plasma kernel, I hope you enjoy it. I've poured hundreds upon hundreds of hours of work into putting together a kernel that best showcases our hardware. Plasma kernel would not be possible without super-smart people like AndreiLux, DerTeufel, temasek, googyanas, faux123, and the regular contributors to the official cm kernel repositories. Please donate to them to support their hard work!
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    II. Features
    • CPU frequency range: 100MHz to 2.16GHz
    • ZZMoove, PegasusQ, performance (with support for multiple cores), and LulzactiveQ CPU governors
    • Zen, noop, deadline, row, cfq, sio, vr schedulers
    • Experimental Wolfson AND Voodoo Sound support (choose one or the other on the Audio tab of STweaks, then REBOOT!)
    • CPU voltage control
    • Linux 3.0.101
    • AndreiLux: Screen color calibration with mdnie-control
    • GPU over/underclock and over/undervolt
    • Control the frequency and voltage of all 5 GPU steps
    • Support for GPU clocks from 54MHz to beyond 800MHz
    • Control GPU governor sampling rate
    • Built with 4.8 toolchain
    • Built with -O3 and other optimizations
    • Extra panel brightness (<299)
    • Faux123: Dynamic fsync control (v1.2)
    • AndreiLux: Charging control
    • Support for STweaks
    • Control screen refresh rate (can be reduced to save battery)
    • AndreiLux: Memory/internal voltage control interface
    • AndreiLux: Adaptive Body Bias (ABB) control
    • AndreiLux: Digital brightness control/reduction (better than ScreenFilter)
    • LED control (with some color mixing adjustments by me)
    • Touchwake support, including touchkeys (enable in Screen tab of STweaks)
    • Multi-touch kernel-based gesture engine
    • Proportional Rate Reduction for TCP
    • Joe's RCU
    • Temasek: Frandom module (enable on the Memory/Internal tab of STweaks and REBOOT!)
    • S-Pen settings on the S-PEN tab of STweaks
    • zCache
    • Support for 4x parallel "Turbo ZRAM" (settings are on the "I/O / RAM" tab of STweaks)
    • UKSM
    • Enhanced Touchwake/Slide2Wake functionality
    • Arc-swipes to turn your phone on with one hand (Screen tab of STweaks)
    • Long-tap-off to turn your device off with one hand (Screen tab of STweaks)
    • Power off gesture: tap the top of the screen and a touchkey at the same time to trigger suspend
    • Change your power manager (PM) CPU lock frequency
    • Press the home button 4 times to toggle the screen negative
    • Press the home buttom 3 times as fast as you can to toggle the screen into nightmode (red)
    • exFAT support
    • For more, take a look at the commits
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    III. What's New
    Don't forget to check out what was new in 2.0b7 and 2.0b12!

    • [ZRAM Total Disk Size]: By default ZRAM is setup as four (4x) swaps operating in parallel at equal priorities. Set this to the TOTAL amount of RAM you wish to dedicate to ZRAM, and STweaks will automatically divide it evenly by four.
    • [UKSM Enable]: Enable the UKSM daemon that will continuously scan memory for duplicate data.
    • [UKSM Daemon Sampling Rate]: How often the daemon checks for duplicate data.
    • [UKSM CPU Usage Limit]: How much system load (CPU usage) the daemon will use.
    • [Long-tap-off Always On]: Found in its own section under the Touchwake section. When enabled Longtapoff will always work, regardless of how you woke your device. Takes effect immediately.
    • [Many ZZMoove settings]: Many ZZMoove settings on the newly created "ZZMoove Scaling" and "ZZMoove Hotplug" tabs. Descriptions coming soon.
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    IV. Download / Donate

    :) Support the development of Plasma kernel by DONATING if you find it useful! :)

    AOSP 4.3.x only!
    Plasma kernel v2.02 for Sprint Note 2 (L900)
    Plasma Gesture Pack

    :) Support the development of Plasma kernel by DONATING if you find it useful! :)

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    V. Changelog

    v2.02 (November 2nd, 2013)
    • Tracked audio/media skipping bug to disabled loggers (thanks pappschlumpf!) By default logging is now enabled. While you can still disable it, it will always be reset upon reboot.
    • Changes to write-back caching (thanks temasek)
    • Support for switching touchkey backlight driver from ROM/kernel (bottom of Screen tab in STweaks) (thanks Yank555-lu)
    • Some bug fixes for Slide2Wake
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    VI. Archived Changelogs


    2013-10-29 | v2.00
    • Linux 3.0.101 (thanks temasek)
    • Hopeful bugfixes for untouchable screen, and taps on top triggering suspend
    • Should you encounter a problem like that, cycling on and off (power button) should now reset any state variables
    • Fix FC issues. Works with more ROMs, including the latest AOSP nightlies
    • Allow pm_idx_freq to be set as high as 1600 MHz, theoretically could slightly speed up waking from deep sleep. Set on "Plasma Tuneables" tab of STweaks
    • Added several new tuneable ideas to zzmoove
    • Added "ZZMoove Scaling" and "ZZMoove Hotplug" tabs to STweaks. The descriptions are still a work in progress
    • Moved mDNIe controls to their own "Color" tab
    • Greatly enhanced the longpressoff feature's reliability and ease of use (by upgrading to scheduled_work)
    • Slide2Wake and arc swipes now trigger CPU and memory frequency locks to speed up waking
    • Slide2Wake and arc swipes no longer accidentally send input in the milliseconds after the screen comes on, but before you finished your gesture
    • Added option to Screen tab of STweaks to enable Longtapoff always, regardless of how the device woken
    • Expanded the trigger areas for slide2wake and arc swipes
    • ZRAM/swap is working and compatible with "Turbo ZRAM" (4x parallel ZRAM swaps for quad core devices) (thanks googyanas)
    • ZRAM settings in STweaks now allows you to set one total size of RAM that will be divided into 4x ZRAM swaps. Setting to 0 disables all swaps. Changes are applied instantly. No need for any other ZRAM/swap apps or init.d scripts.
    • UKSM (Ultra KSM (Kernel Samepage Merging)) enabled, with settings on the "I/O / RAM" tab of STweaks. Mostly just a novelty, but what it does is continuously checks RAM for duplicate pages to save space
    • zCache enabled and always running
    • Cleancache enabled
    • Frontswap enabled
    • Enabled LOWMEM_CHECK (thanks googyanas)
    • Enabled SPEEDUP_KEYRESUME as discussed in temasek's thread (Placebo effect? Maybe. Better ask Brian Molko. A cookie for you if you understand that reference) (thanks googyanas)
    • Added my own wake-speed ideas (2-second max-CPU-speed lock, and 2-second max-bus/RAM-speed lock on KEY_POWER press)
    • Permanently fixed (hopefully) the laggy, skippy, media bug
    • Toggle negative screen mode by taping the home button 4 times quickly (but NOT as fast as you can) (based on a commit by gokhanmoral)
    • Toggle nightmode (red) screen mode by pressing the home button 3 times VERY quickly (pretty much as fast as you can) This is purposely designed to be a dim red, as searing bright 255 red isn't particularly easy on your eyes in the dark. Fun fact: this (and the negative one described above) are functional even during boot...triple tap to see your bootscreen turn red :p
    • CPUFreq bug fixes/commits (thanks DerTeufel)
    • Permanent TRIM (thanks googyanas)
    • Added shell scripts to quickly and easily see statistics with as little typing as possible. Open a command prompt on your device, type "su" and press enter to ascend to root. Now you can type "szc" and press enter to see zCache statistics (szc = show zcache). Or type "ssw" to see swapfile/zRAM statistics (ssw = show swap). Note: Some statistics don't fully populate until a few minutes after boot
    • Experimental: Set ZZMoove governor for battery savings by obtaining a root shell as described above, then typing "zzb" and pressing enter (zzb = zzmove battery). Does not reapply after reboot.
    • Compiler optimizations
    2013-07-19 | v1.67

    - Updated to Linux 3.0.84 [thanks, temasek]
    - Enabled support for SELinux
    - Fixed some bugs with the stylus touchkey block
    - Voodoo was removed
    - Sound-control is permanently enabled. Anything Voodoo did, sound-control can do.
    - A bunch of ROW and other smaller cherry-picks
    - Fixed some STweaks bugs
    - Fixed some gestures in the Gesture Pack

    2013-06-26 | v1.65

    - Updated to Linux 3.0.83 [thanks, temasek]
    - Better battery life, particularly while idle. [thanks, temasek]
    - Gesture engine now has support for two special gesture flags; TKEYS and EXCLUSIVE
    - S-Pen: Disabled the booster and made it optional, as well as what frequency it boosts to. By default this used to lock at 800MHz when you used the pen, which has shown to be way overkill for the most part.
    - S-Pen: Adjust input averaging strength (2 or 3 are the only useful settings. Wanna see what the actual input is from the digitizer? Set this to 0 and draw a line. Yeah...now you see what the poor driver has to filter out)
    - S-Pen: Adjust box filter strength for pen input and hover input. Mostly experimental.
    - S-Pen: Set minimum pressure before pen input is registered.
    - S-Pen: Set fixed pressure (driver will never report sensitivity, and instead uses this value)
    - S-Pen: Disable side button (for those that don't use it, it can really get in the way at times)
    - S-Pen: X and Y axis offset (tweak this to your screen and usage. Samsung defaults this to -30 for right handed users)
    - S-Pen: When the pen is within hovering distance, the touchkeys will now be disabled. When out of range, the block will be held for a definable period before restoring them. This means you can naturally write without fearing the buttons will come on and do crazy stuff.
    - S-Pen: Disable touchscreen and gestures when drawing
    - GPU: Frequency, voltage, and up/down threshold are available for each of the 5 steps.
    - GPU: Expanded GPU clock options: 54, 100, 160, 200, 266, 275, 300, 333, 350, 400, 440, 500, 533, 600, 640, 666, 700, 733, 750, 800+ MHz.
    - GPU: Adjustable GPU scaling driver polling frequency (sampling rate) [thanks, AndreiLux]
    - GPU: Lock GPU to one user-defined step.
    - GPU: Limit the GPU to less than 5 steps.
    - GPU: Increase default GPU polling frequency to 100ms (stock was 1000ms (!!!) and causing laggy performance within the first few seconds of using your device). [thanks, AndreiLux]
    - Fixed some STweaks bugs.
    - A bunch of predefined gestures in the Gesture Pack.

    2013-06-11 | v1.60 [733 GPU overclock] / [No GPU overclock]

    - Updated to Linux 3.0.81
    - Added section to Screen tab in STweaks for touchkey backlight control (for ROMs without controls built in)
    - Implemented mechanism to manually control the display panel's refresh rate (no, you can't go higher than 60fps :p )
    - Added support for lcdfreq scaling in PegasusQ (on PegasusQ Scaling tab of STweaks)
    - Added support for lcqfreq scaling on touch (on Screen tab of STweaks)
    - Option to force lcdfreq's limited state to constantly be on, effectively giving you control of panel refresh rate (on Screen tab of STweaks)
    - Made PegasusQ screen-off multicore policy enforcement more robust

    2013-06-08 | v1.58 [733 GPU overclock] / [No GPU overclock]

    - Updated to Linux 3.0.80
    - Switched to TCP Veno
    - Updated zzmoove to version 0.4
    - Added a sysfs entry to control the PM lock frequency
    - Added screen-off tunables for PegasusQ, LulzactiveQ and zzmoove
    - Added screen-off hotplugging to LulzactiveQ
    - Led-control: more accurately mix LED colors
    - Led-control: custom requests for white (255/255/255) are adjusted to obtain the most realistic actual color
    - Led-control: change system notification (charging/charged) LED brightness level (LED tab of STweaks)
    - Frandom module (enabled on the Memory/Internal tab of STweaks. A reboot is required after changing this setting!)
    - Experimental: Reduce mdm wakelocks
    - Updated row scheduler
    - Experimental: Support for both Voodoo and Wolfson/sound-control. They both do they same thing though. Choose one on the Audio tab of STweaks, then reboot.
    - Wacom: add sysfs entry for pen inserted (/sys/devices/virtual/sec/sec_epen/epen_pen_inserted)
    - Dynamic fsync tweaks
    - Many small cherrypicks

    2013-05-06 | v1.50 [733 GPU overclock] / [No GPU overclock]

    - Updated to Linux 3.0.76
    - Sbrissen's WiFi driver from the GT-9505
    - Kernel-based multi-touch gesture support. Enable it on the Screen tab of STweaks. Flashable sample script to be added to this post soon.
    - Touchwake now wakes from the touchkeys in addition to screen taps
    - Updated zzmoove governor with changes from DerTeufel
    - PegasusQ: calculate gradient of CPU load to early increase frequency
    - Added LulzactiveQ governor
    - Stopped an insane amount of kernel logging in cpuidle-exynos4
    - Updated Wacom drivers
    - Updated camera drivers
    - Added Proportional Rate Reduction for TCP
    - Added missing flexrate code and removed the default touchbooster
    - Joe's RCU
    2013-04-27 | v1.43 [733 GPU overclock] / v1.43 [No GPU overclock]

    - Touchwake support. Enable it on the Screen tab of STweaks
    - Some dynamic fsync commits
    2013-04-26 | v1.42

    - Updated to Linux 3.0.75
    - Reworded the settings in STweaks for ABB
    - Fixed a bug in Adaptive Body Bias (ABB) that caused certain frequencies to be offset. 800MHz was in slice 3 (instead of 2) and 1600MHz was in slice 4 (instead of 3). If you have been undervolting these frequencies recently, you need to reevaluate your stability at them now.
    2013-04-25 | v1.41

    - Updated to Linux 3.0.74
    - Adaptive Body Bias (ABB) control. This is only for the most hardcore users. I suggest reading the note above, as well as this thread.
    - Snappy compression added to zRAM
    - Some kernel updates to speed up hotplugging
    - Correctly applied load averaging patch to fix moire pattern
    - New LED control. Offers better control over LED fading. If your ROM has its own fade control, be sure to match your chosen setting in the LED tab of STweaks to avoid possible issues
    - mDNIe digital brightness reduction. Ever notice how the lowest screen brightness setting is still very bright, especially in a dark room? Many of us nighttime users have had to manually enable apps like ScreenFilter to overlay a black layer to artificially dim the screen via software. This is somewhat like that, but more accurate and done at the video driver level in the kernel. To summarize, it seamlessly allows you to reduce the typical brightness control beyond its normal minimum by digitally darkening the display data after a certain point. This is very cool, as it's all automatic once you initially tweak it - goodbye ScreenFilter! Adjust the settings on the Screen STweaks tab.
    - Expanded explanation of ABB on its STweaks tab
    - Unaligned memory access where possible
    - Fixed a bug that was causing frequencies greater than 1600 to become stuck as the current frequency
    - Added the zzmoove governor and tweaked it for this kernel
    - Update ramdisk
    2013-04-17 | v1.34 [733 GPU overclock] / [No GPU overclock]

    - Updated to Linux 3.0.73
    - Flexrate now works
    - Other, smaller changes
    2013-04-10 | v1.32 [733 GPU overclock] / [No GPU overclock]

    - Fixed MTP
    2013-04-09 | v1.31 [733 GPU overclock] / [No GPU overclock]

    - Forgot to include Front End Delay code last time
    - Smarter CPU usage; assign more work to only 1 core when at lower frequencies
    - Ability to change memory and internal voltages
    - Boot a device from storage
    - WiFi driver updates
    - Other driver updates
    - Updated to Linux 3.0.72
    - Compiled with -O3
    - Added support for Android zRAM (settings are in I/O tab of STweaks)
    - Updated STweaks
    - Started building optional non-GPU overclocked versions for those who don't want it
    - Many, many small additions, such as better entropy (see commits for individual credits)
    2013-04-03 | v1.20 [733 GPU overclock only]
    - Added support for STweaks​
    2013-04-02 | v1.12 [733 GPU overclock only]
    - Original​

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    VII. Source
    Source for Plasma kernel can be found on my github.
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    I haven't been back to this thread for about a week, but I wanted express a belated thanks to everyone for their inspiring comments. They really do mean a lot to me! :)

    I had no idea call functionality had been impaired with recent CM builds, otherwise I would have gotten something out sooner. Sorry, guys.

    Plasma v2.05b0 (KitKat) (For OmniROM / For PA / For CM11)
    - Update WiFi drivers to 1.61.58
    - Upstream fix for sensors (and therefore the screen while in-call) not working on recent CM11 builds
    - Latest exFAT drivers from dorimanx as of 12/30
    - Some memblock commits from DerTeufel
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    The OP will be updated when the new kernel is ready. Be patient, my son :p

    I know that. I was just hoping for like a status update or something like that lol. I miss my loud notifications.

    Just to let you all know, work has finally begun on a fresh build of Plasma based on the cyanogenmod/cm10.2 repo. Still gonna be a few days before a beta is ready though, but at least it's compiling now and no longer bootloops...
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    I don't have the time to read all the replies that I'm sure have accrued over the past few weeks, but I will soon. In the meantime I just wanted to let those that care know that I will be getting back into this in about a week. Plasma kernel isn't abandoned! I apologize for not really being around much lately, real life has been very busy, and I know when I work on this I end up getting sucked into it 24/7 and ignoring everything else.

    I haven't been in the loop, but it appears CM10.2 is the new thing. If CM10.2 has a working kernel for the L900, I can try to port some of my commits over to it next week. :)
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    *Dr. Evil voice* The amount of work going into this next release is really quite breathtaking.

    I've been working for 18 hours at a clip, day after day. New features, bug fixes, and Synapse. Synapse is so awesome, I'm almost done porting to it. Redesigning and making hundreds of settings by hand brings new meaning to the word "tedious". And the new mysterious thing I've been working on is so cool, I need to make a video for it.

    I know everyone is getting tired of waiting, but I'm working on this non-stop and I'm getting there. :D
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