[Kernel] AOSP 4.4.2 [v7] [D800,801,802,803,LS980,VS980]

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datsyuk

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Will the AT&T update give any benefit to the CDMA or other variants? I know it should definitely help squash some bugs and help with performance for the AT&T guys but how about the others or do we all have to wait on our specific carrier?
 

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Will the AT&T update give any benefit to the CDMA or other variants? I know it should definitely help squash some bugs and help with performance for the AT&T guys but how about the others or do we all have to wait on our specific carrier?

the vendor files will work on every variant, but we need carriers to release the ota's to flash the new partitions

problem is loki, we need to get it to work on the new aboot so we can use the new 4.4 kernel, from what I tried I can't get the new kernel to boot on the old loki-able aboot because of mismatch. I need to talk to some more dev's about this. Hard for me to check this out more until LG ships back my G2
 

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the vendor files will work on every variant, but we need carriers to release the ota's to flash the new partitions

problem is loki, we need to get it to work on the new aboot so we can use the new 4.4 kernel, from what I tried I can't get the new kernel to boot on the old loki-able aboot because of mismatch. I need to talk to some more dev's about this. Hard for me to check this out more until LG ships back my G2

Thanks for the info on it and the clarification man :good:
 
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Just asking, but what would be good kernel settings for everyday use. I've searched the entire thread and found no definitive answer.

Same here, I am a medium/heavy user, don't play any games on my phone (because I can't on CM) I go on the internet for about 30 min to an hour a day depends on how bored I am (that includes tumblr, Facebook, Twitter, browser, etc. Calls not so much, I don't really talk on the phone, but I do text a lot all day. I do hear music a lot as well. Battery saver yet fast device would be great.

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Has anyone made a flash able zip for Verizon ? It won't install. Has a Loki error.

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For vs980 users with the 12B baseband (like me), Dr has normally had to post a patched version. Kind of a pain!

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Same here, I am a medium/heavy user, don't play any games on my phone (because I can't on CM) I go on the internet for about 30 min to an hour a day depends on how bored I am (that includes tumblr, Facebook, Twitter, browser, etc. Calls not so much, I don't really talk on the phone, but I do text a lot all day. I do hear music a lot as well. Battery saver yet fast device would be great.

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I am running liquid smoothe ROM that comes with the dr87 kernel and I have absolutely no problems.. This is the first ROM I have had absolutely no problems with.. I'm using the 2/19/14 version.. There are newer ones out but I'm not updating because the one I'm on is flawless... Thank you @dr87 for such and awesome kernel.
 
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I have been messing around with my phone for the last hour and then when I checked trickster it showed that the cpu was at the highest frequency for most of the time. Is that normal?

I am running v5 with intellactive multicore saving power set to 2.

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Really dude? You've got to do better than this if you expect any help or a fix. Your post tells us nothing useful. Describe the bug , can you replicate it, did you do a clean install, and most importantly, get a dmsg (kernel log) or kmsg (last kernel log if crashing) or logcat (system log)!

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I think he was answering the post above his talking about CPU being pegged at max for most of the screen on time. I noticed and reported the same issue sometime last week.

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    A kernel for AOSP roms based on 4.2.2 source​


    Main features:

    - Based on both Nexus 5 4.4.2 kernel source and G2

    - In kernel thermal (Bricked)

    - In kernel mpdecision hotplug (Bricked)

    - Powersuspend, Dynamic Fsync, Intellidemand, Intelliactive, FauxSound (Faux123)

    - Overclocking (2.8ghz), Underclocking, Voltage control

    - RGB color control

    - Additional Gov's and I/O scheds

    - All TCP congestion types

    - Many other Improvements

    --------------------------------------------------------------------

    Additional Info:

    Trickster stock thermal / mpdecision settings are already tuned.

    Don't turn on mpdecision in the main trickster menu (Defaults off) . Don't set a touchboost on cpu0

    It is recommended you don't mess with any thermal/mpdecision settings unless you are 100% sure you know what you are doing and why you are doing it. I tuned stock to be good and will always improve it.


    Please do not post anything about battery life in this thread. If you have battery issues check your apps and wake locks. Also please keep Sod reports to a minimum, some device variants have issues with Sods on all kernels and its something I'm always trying to fix. Currently CM rom has many issues, please do not report issues related to CM here.


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    Current Release Downloads

    Downloads Mirror

    Source

    Code:
     Changelog ([I]specifics found on git[/I])
    
    
    V7
    
    - Add overclocking up to 2.8 GHZ
    - Add Faux sound (Shouldn't cause audio issues but I will be watching)
    - Reverted overvolted tables, now follows standard voltages based on your PVS
    - Misc Improvements
    
    
    V6:
    
    - Add support for PAC / CM (phone UI crash fix)
    - Intelliactive fix
    - Misc improvements found on my git
    
    V5:
    
    - Updates to board specific source files from 4.4 kernel
    - Remove some junk debugging from the kernel
    - Ramdisk updates
    - Power updates
    - Misc updates
    
    V4:
    
     - Enable all TCP congestion control options (Use Google to find out what they do)
     - Faux's brand new governor, Intelliactive. Read more [URL="https://github.com/faux123/Nexus_5/commit/7067c4bdd043ff8fe53fef61a47f3d374e452b47"]here[/URL] at the top of the page
     - Power and voltage 4.4 updates everywhere, I suggest you try this if you get sod's and reboots on kitkat
    
    Bug fixes:
    Enabled Dynamic Fsync again
    
    
    V3:
    
     - CPU Hotplug improvements
     - Revert exp sound, will fix sound issues for people who tried v2(exp)
     - Lower temp throttle a bit
     - Enable BFQ i/o sched on all variants - Accidentally only on d801 before
     - Update CPU voltages to one stock table - this could be no change, +25 or +50 depending on what your chip is binned. This may help sod's and reboots on AOSP.
     - Misc optimizations
    
    Bug Fixes:
     - Max volume bug
     - Attempt to fix occasional mount bug in recovery

    Code:
    Credits:
    Faux123
    Houstonn
    FranciscoFranco
    Savoca
    Showp-1984
    RMCC
    Many other android/linux devs
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    What I'm hoping is that with official 4.4.2 kernel source out, he's been busy updating a ton of code with the rest of the devs. Fingers crossed! :p

    Sent from my LG-D800 using Tapatalk

    Very far from dead :)

    What I've been doing for 2 days now since I got my phone back is working on the new kernel source and working on full 4.4.2 bringups to the vendor trees we build roms with :good:

    Only problem with using the new kernel now is all roms need to update to full 4.4.2 vendor files, otherwise things like camera, ril, sensors etc will not work. Hopefully this happens soon since LG's 4.4.2 kernel source is very up to date, has all the updated commits from the Nexus 5 kernel and some more. Its possible at this moment because we have all the vendor files needed to do this. We just need to experiment with a few things, also kitkat added a few more extra blobs I have to go through.

    I almost have my 4.4.2 kernel base where this kernel currently is, and then I can update them in sync. I'm about to experiment with updated vendor files and hopefully we can dump the old kernel source soon
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    I have a belief now (from looking at good logs) that the SoD issues on vs980 and d802 are caused by the modems these variants use and something on aosp sets the issue off

    In all cases I've seen with logs that show the actual cause of reboot it was due to modem setting off a kernel panic (usually when it wakes up)

    I need to do more research on this issue to know how to fix it as I don't deal with modems too much... I have a few theories but nothing certain yet
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    V7 is uploaded

    - Add overclocking up to 2.8 GHZ
    - Add Faux sound (Shouldn't cause audio issues but I will be watching)
    - Reverted overvolted tables, now follows standard voltages based on your PVS
    - Misc Improvements
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    V6 up

    - Add support for PAC / CM (phone UI crash fix)
    - Intelliactive fix
    - Misc improvements found on my git
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