Development [KERNEL]Despair Kernel

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Gordietm

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It is possible, but not easily. The usual KCAL implementation is on the display subsystem for QCOM.

You should be fine to just flash over. I would recommend removing any magisk modules that were installed by other kernels though such as the powerhint from Kirisakura.
Has anyone tried flashing this kernel directly over another custom kernel without reverting to the stock boot image?
 

Attinderkahlon

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Not going into deep sleep at all. What might be the issue? And last 4 hours of battery drainage doesn't show any app, which could be responsible.
 

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Lughnasadh

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Here's the screenshot, and I'm not running any useless modules
Have you tried a reboot? Can't really see what the top one is because it's not in landscape mode.

As for the network bug, for some it helps to use the latest Beta Carrier Services app, for some disabling Network Adaptive Connectivity, for some using LTE instead of 5G as preferred network, for some a combination, and for some nothing helps.
 

Attinderkahlon

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Have you tried a reboot? Can't really see what the top one is because it's not in landscape mode.

As for the network bug, for some it helps to use the latest Beta Carrier Services app, for some disabling Network Adaptive Connectivity, for some using LTE instead of 5G as preferred network, for some a combination, and for some nothing helps.
I'm attaching in landscape.

I'm on latest beta carrier services app already. Adaptive connectivity is off. I don't use 5g. I have set 4g as preferred network.
So I'm the one of them where nothing of this helps.
 

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kheltek

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I'm attaching in landscape.

I'm on latest beta carrier services app already. Adaptive connectivity is off. I don't use 5g. I have set 4g as preferred network.
So I'm the one of them where nothing of this helps.
Did you flash from another kernel or stock? I had issues bouncing around kernels and found that it was best to revert back to the original images (boot, dtbo, vendor boot & dlkm) which resolved my issues.
 

Attinderkahlon

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Did you flash from another kernel or stock? I had issues bouncing around kernels and found that it was best to revert back to the original images (boot, dtbo, vendor boot & dlkm) which resolved my issues.
Maybe that's the reason. I have been doing that. I will revert back to stock. And then flash despair.
I'll report back
 

Shuyin10

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Hello! I am looking for a kernel that would allow me to underclock. I use exkm and with the kernel stock, the base frequencies come back by themselves after a certain moment, the same with kirisakura kernel
 

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    Yes..you can if you want..
    No need to restore stock images
    It works, because it will overwrite the same files which comes with Kiri. I went back to Kiri from despair without restoring stock files.

    actually @RetroTech07 is right here. You should restore stock images via fastboot/fastbootd to avoid issues.


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    It´s not a problem in itself, as all vendor_dlkm.img´s shipped by the custom kernels available are smaller than the vendor_dlkm from stock firmware is.
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