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Do you want to see more development on this kernel? I don't have the device...

  • Yes, try to help mathkid get the phone

    Votes: 5 83.3%
  • No, get lost mathkid

    Votes: 1 16.7%

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SA-07

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*MATR1X V2.0*


Features:

Linux kernel version 3.0.14
1.35 Ghz OC
384 Mhz GPU OC
SLQB Memory Allocator
More governors: smartassv2, minmax, lazy, InteractiveX, and lagfree
zRam - minfree parameters
CIFS
NFS
TUN
INIT.D

Changelog:

v1.0 Initial release. Kernel is 3.0.13.

v1.5 Made kernel compatible with 4.0.3 roms and used Anderson's AnyKernel zip. Also added 384 Mhz gpu oc.

v2.0 Patched kernel up to 3.0.14, added zRam, interactiveX + lagfree governors, some misc. performance tweaks from jdk, and init.d support.



**INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLING**

***CFS Build***
Matr1x-cfs_v2.0.zip


Use recovery to flash from sdcard! You can also flash from Rom Manager. Then reboot.



v2.0 zips:

cfs: http://goo.gl/QK80n


v1.5 zips:

cfs: http://goo.gl/iqtiu


v1.0 zips:

cfs: http://goo.gl/anvW3




Code:
**HOW TO ADD ZRAM minfree parameters**

1. Go into adb shell or terminal emulator.

2. enter the following command: echo "500,1000,20000,20000,20000,25000" > /sys/module/lowmemorykiller/parameters/minfree


- If you want to make sure it works, just check the file with this command:

cat /sys/module/lowmemorykiller/parameters/minfree




Link to source code:

https://bitbucket.org/mathkid95/galaxynexuskernel



Thanks to:

Anderson for the AnyKernel zip.
Ezekeel for the Lazy Governor; Erasmux for the Smartassv2 governor.
coolbho3hk for the oc and uv patches.
Anyone that tested my stuff.
 
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ssick92

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What is the difference between BFS and CFS? I'm not too sure on the details of kernels. I know 1 is Brain **** Scheduler and the other is Completely Fair Scheduler, but how do I know which one I should use?

EDIT: And actually do I need to wait for a 4.0.3 LTE ROM first also?
 
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doobie711

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don'tcha worry ssick92 i'm testing this kernel on a 4.0.2 build.

Results:wiped dalvik and cache and i can't get it to boot on 4.0.2. looks like 4.0.3 only for 1.5
 

ehr1

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I'm trying out the CDMA 1.5 CFS, SetCPU's overclock settings seem to offer only 1.2 and 1.4 GHz, no 1.35 GHz option.

Thanks.
 

SA-07

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Yeah I forgot to change that. Just use 1.4, no biggie

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SA-07

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I don't think so, but you can just try it and if it doesn't work then just go back

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What is the difference between BFS and CFS? I'm not too sure on the details of kernels. I know 1 is Brain **** Scheduler and the other is Completely Fair Scheduler, but how do I know which one I should use?

EDIT: And actually do I need to wait for a 4.0.3 LTE ROM first also?

BFS is designed to focus on the main app installed, and process everything around the open app.

CFS is built around multi-tasking power. In general most people will prefer CFS because you notice less issues. If your a single app kind of person use BFS since your focused, but your scrolling, and swiping actions will be a little more laggy.
 

Mills00013

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It's been said earlier that these kernels are built on 4.0.3 and won't work for 4.0.2. I hope you did a backup :)

heh, yeah, i'm no rookie :D

I guess I should have clarified in my post, it was more of an FYI than a cry for help. There was speculation that it wouldn't work, not positive clarification.
 

ssick92

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Mar 11, 2009
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BFS is designed to focus on the main app installed, and process everything around the open app.

CFS is built around multi-tasking power. In general most people will prefer CFS because you notice less issues. If your a single app kind of person use BFS since your focused, but your scrolling, and swiping actions will be a little more laggy.

Thanks so much, that was the perfect answer to my question
 
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    *MATR1X V2.0*


    Features:

    Linux kernel version 3.0.14
    1.35 Ghz OC
    384 Mhz GPU OC
    SLQB Memory Allocator
    More governors: smartassv2, minmax, lazy, InteractiveX, and lagfree
    zRam - minfree parameters
    CIFS
    NFS
    TUN
    INIT.D

    Changelog:

    v1.0 Initial release. Kernel is 3.0.13.

    v1.5 Made kernel compatible with 4.0.3 roms and used Anderson's AnyKernel zip. Also added 384 Mhz gpu oc.

    v2.0 Patched kernel up to 3.0.14, added zRam, interactiveX + lagfree governors, some misc. performance tweaks from jdk, and init.d support.



    **INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLING**

    ***CFS Build***
    Matr1x-cfs_v2.0.zip


    Use recovery to flash from sdcard! You can also flash from Rom Manager. Then reboot.



    v2.0 zips:

    cfs: http://goo.gl/QK80n


    v1.5 zips:

    cfs: http://goo.gl/iqtiu


    v1.0 zips:

    cfs: http://goo.gl/anvW3




    Code:
    **HOW TO ADD ZRAM minfree parameters**
    
    1. Go into adb shell or terminal emulator.
    
    2. enter the following command: echo "500,1000,20000,20000,20000,25000" > /sys/module/lowmemorykiller/parameters/minfree


    - If you want to make sure it works, just check the file with this command:

    cat /sys/module/lowmemorykiller/parameters/minfree




    Link to source code:

    https://bitbucket.org/mathkid95/galaxynexuskernel



    Thanks to:

    Anderson for the AnyKernel zip.
    Ezekeel for the Lazy Governor; Erasmux for the Smartassv2 governor.
    coolbho3hk for the oc and uv patches.
    Anyone that tested my stuff.
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    What is the difference between BFS and CFS? I'm not too sure on the details of kernels. I know 1 is Brain **** Scheduler and the other is Completely Fair Scheduler, but how do I know which one I should use?

    EDIT: And actually do I need to wait for a 4.0.3 LTE ROM first also?

    BFS is designed to focus on the main app installed, and process everything around the open app.

    CFS is built around multi-tasking power. In general most people will prefer CFS because you notice less issues. If your a single app kind of person use BFS since your focused, but your scrolling, and swiping actions will be a little more laggy.
    1
    Where did you download the 4.0.3 AOSP rom? I have looked around but couldn't find one yet.

    over at rootzwiki
    1
    Where did you download the 4.0.3 AOSP rom? I have looked around but couldn't find one yet.
    Open Kang project
    or
    rootzboat
    Backing up my phone now to try the rootzboat. The kang looks nice but not crazy about some of the ui customizations.
    1
    If you do push out a 512 MHz gpu over clock, I'd love to test it for you haha. That would be fun lol

    I'll smoke it with you bro, we'll go to the looney bin together. I don't give a ****!

    -Dante, Grandma's Boy
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