[KERNEL]**Dirty_V** (Pre_Final) == [4.2][4.3][4.4][EXT4/F2FS]

Should I build with Linaro 4.7 or SaberMod 4.8 toolchain , ( for DirtyV & DirtyV-SR )

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metalspring

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Still no luck here. IVA just sits... GPU voltage jumps around minutely without a frequency change quite often though.. I guess because it's actually the CORE voltage? Same goes for the reported MPU voltage I think because maybe it's averaged from both CPU cores or something.



More annoying to watch than interesting, which is why I left them out of the commit. :p

I'm open to suggestions though!

Well I wonder if just changing the clockspeed values for IVA inopp4xxx_data.c and/or enabling the higher frequencies (which may need extra work as the little note in code says) would actually work to make them run at a higher speed? Maybe @bsmitty83 could shine some light on it, who knows maybe slightly increasing IVA speed would speed things up?

FYI, I'm talking about these lines in /arch/arm/mach-omap2/opp4xxx_data.c

OPP_INITIALIZER("iva", "virt_iva_ck", "iva", true, 133000000, OMAP4430_VDD_IVA_OPP50_UV),
/* IVA OPP2 - OPP100 */
OPP_INITIALIZER("iva", "virt_iva_ck", "iva", true, 266100000, OMAP4430_VDD_IVA_OPP100_UV),
/* IVA OPP3 - OPP-Turbo */
OPP_INITIALIZER("iva", "virt_iva_ck", "iva", false, 332000000, OMAP4430_VDD_IVA_OPPTURBO_UV),
/* SGX OPP1 - OPP50 */
OPP_INITIALIZER("iva", "virt_iva_ck", "iva", false, 332000000, OMAP4430_VDD_IVA_OPPTURBO_UV),

And

OPP_INITIALIZER("iva", "virt_iva_ck", "iva", true, 133000000, OMAP4460_VDD_IVA_OPP50_UV),
/* IVA OPP2 - OPP100 */
OPP_INITIALIZER("iva", "virt_iva_ck", "iva", true, 266100000, OMAP4460_VDD_IVA_OPP100_UV),
/*
* IVA OPP3 - OPP-Turbo + Disabled as the reference schematics
* recommends Phoenix VCORE2 which can supply only 600mA - so the ones
* above this OPP frequency, even though OMAP is capable, should be
* enabled by board file which is sure of the chip power capability
*/
OPP_INITIALIZER("iva", "virt_iva_ck", "iva", false, 332000000, OMAP4460_VDD_IVA_OPPTURBO_UV),
/* IVA OPP4 - OPP-Nitro */
OPP_INITIALIZER("iva", "virt_iva_ck", "iva", false, 430000000, OMAP4460_VDD_IVA_OPPNITRO_UV),
/* IVA OPP5 - OPP-Nitro SpeedBin*/
OPP_INITIALIZER("iva", "virt_iva_ck", "iva", false, 500000000, OMAP4460_VDD_IVA_OPPNITRO_UV),
 
Nice one! Thanks! Good points all around. :)

Any recommendations on what to do with the voltage outputs so they're not cluttering sh*t up like in my screenies? :p

How about having the voltage show NEXT to the frequency.
Or displayed as Freq/Voltage (if that makes any sense... Meaning it would show for example 153Mhz/949mV)
Would keep things closer together
 

metalspring

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@osmosis I was able to grab this screen by opening game SmashHit and I put its graphic settings on high, played for 30secs, then hit recents and jumped back to root explorer and quickly tapped the iva_cur_freq in sys ;)

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Yeah, similar to what I did, except as soon as I checked it again via terminal, it read 133Mhz again, so I checked with root explorer again and it still said 266Mhz.
Its weird, it seems terminal always reports it as 133, but root explorer always reports 266???
 
Well I wonder if just changing the clockspeed values for IVA inopp4xxx_data.c and/or enabling the higher frequencies (which may need extra work as the little note in code says) would actually work to make them run at a higher speed? Maybe @bsmitty83 could shine some light on it, who knows maybe slightly increasing IVA speed would speed things up?

FYI, I'm talking about these lines in /arch/arm/mach-omap2/opp4xxx_data.c

OPP_INITIALIZER("iva", "virt_iva_ck", "iva", true, 133000000, OMAP4430_VDD_IVA_OPP50_UV),
/* IVA OPP2 - OPP100 */
OPP_INITIALIZER("iva", "virt_iva_ck", "iva", true, 266100000, OMAP4430_VDD_IVA_OPP100_UV),
/* IVA OPP3 - OPP-Turbo */
OPP_INITIALIZER("iva", "virt_iva_ck", "iva", false, 332000000, OMAP4430_VDD_IVA_OPPTURBO_UV),
/* SGX OPP1 - OPP50 */
OPP_INITIALIZER("iva", "virt_iva_ck", "iva", false, 332000000, OMAP4430_VDD_IVA_OPPTURBO_UV),

And

OPP_INITIALIZER("iva", "virt_iva_ck", "iva", true, 133000000, OMAP4460_VDD_IVA_OPP50_UV),
/* IVA OPP2 - OPP100 */
OPP_INITIALIZER("iva", "virt_iva_ck", "iva", true, 266100000, OMAP4460_VDD_IVA_OPP100_UV),
/*
* IVA OPP3 - OPP-Turbo + Disabled as the reference schematics
* recommends Phoenix VCORE2 which can supply only 600mA - so the ones
* above this OPP frequency, even though OMAP is capable, should be
* enabled by board file which is sure of the chip power capability
*/
OPP_INITIALIZER("iva", "virt_iva_ck", "iva", false, 332000000, OMAP4460_VDD_IVA_OPPTURBO_UV),
/* IVA OPP4 - OPP-Nitro */
OPP_INITIALIZER("iva", "virt_iva_ck", "iva", false, 430000000, OMAP4460_VDD_IVA_OPPNITRO_UV),
/* IVA OPP5 - OPP-Nitro SpeedBin*/
OPP_INITIALIZER("iva", "virt_iva_ck", "iva", false, 500000000, OMAP4460_VDD_IVA_OPPNITRO_UV),

Yea those are the lines I had seen that got me wondering.
Now I see that apparently the 266Mhz is the top that is allowed for now. And has me wondering how much better performance for video playback and gaming and such we could see by having one or more of the higher freqs enabled. I'm def willing to test, and I could care less about battery or if it fries my gnex lmao, new job soon and I'll be buying new device anyways.

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Yeah, similar to what I did, except as soon as I checked it again via terminal, it read 133Mhz again, so I checked with root explorer again and it still said 266Mhz.
Its weird, it seems terminal always reports it as 133, but root explorer always reports 266???

Not for me
In root explorer it shows both 133 AND 266, depending on how quick I am to get back and tap it.
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How about having the voltage show NEXT to the frequency.
Or displayed as Freq/Voltage (if that makes any sense... Meaning it would show for example 153Mhz/949mV)
Would keep things closer together

Hmm yeah, f.Ku used to do it like that back in the day. Good idea, just not sure how to do it for CPU though since we report on both cores. I'll mess around with it.
 

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Still no luck here. IVA just sits... GPU voltage jumps around minutely without a frequency change quite often though.. I guess because it's actually the CORE voltage? Same goes for the reported MPU voltage I think because maybe it's averaged from both CPU cores or something.



More annoying to watch than interesting, which is why I left them out of the commit. :p

I'm open to suggestions though!



Good to see you buddy! :)

Yeah, we're still having all sorts of good old fashioned fun over here. ;)

haha hard out its been awhile ! :) good thing i sold ol beast to a good friend thats local, hes always asking what i use to run on it. ill be sure to send him here but for now im just catching up on all the excitement :p
 

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FAQ on post#2 updated. Please let me know if some stuff is outdated or incorrect.
Ever since last week (maybe 10 days) every build has been flawless and can be termed a "fallback" build for me.
As of now I'm running latest dirtyV with latest AOSPA and it's running like a champion on drugs. No issues so far. Thanks @bsmitty83
I've been using synapse for the last week or so and it looks a lot refined since I used it last (probably month or so back). Awesome job @osm0sis Thank you.
Am not able to test @Nephilim settings as I've been quite busy with work, so don't get time to test stuff out. All the time I get is used to read this thread and flash a new dirty build or a new AOSPA weekly (Probably the reason I chose AOSPA, so that I dont keep checking for updates, like I did for Vanir every day).
All in all I see very good progress here and hopefully on the 3.4 kernel thread (quiet=work being done). Thank you @aosp for making it happen. @bsmitty83

You have the wrong @osm0sis linked on the OP. :D
 
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How about having the voltage show NEXT to the frequency.
Or displayed as Freq/Voltage (if that makes any sense... Meaning it would show for example 153Mhz/949mV)
Would keep things closer together

Hmm yeah, f.Ku used to do it like that back in the day. Good idea, just not sure how to do it for CPU though since we report on both cores. I'll mess around with it.

How about these?
http://m.imgur.com/tSeelbq,MURevfO

I cheated with the spacing in the CPU one by sticking an empty variable on the end of the string so it would parse the extra spaces. Pretty happy with the resulting pseudo-columns. :D

@osm0sis just noticed I cant change IO tunables or Governor tunables in Synapse. Am I missing something?
Using the latest No-Mem build.

Thanks

Working great here.. You tap on the value and it edits it on-the-line. Screenshot? :confused:
 
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Ubuntu 14.04 has only been out like 3 weeks and already a kernel update? Seems kinda soon, too bad we are nowhere close to that kernel version 3.13.0.24.29 vs our 3.0.101 lol (btw, I think the last decimal place refers to ubuntu specific changes)

FYI, also compiling a test kernel with all IVA overclock freqs enabled... Do NOT use if I post it unless you arent afraid of possible big issues- you have been warned lol
 

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Ubuntu 14.04 has only been out like 3 weeks and already a kernel update? Seems kinda soon, too bad we are nowhere close to that kernel version 3.13.0.24.29 vs our 3.0.101 lol (btw, I think the last decimal place refers to ubuntu specific changes)

FYI, also compiling a test kernel with all IVA overclock freqs enabled... Do NOT use if I post it unless you arent afraid of possible big issues- you have been warned lol

Pshh 1080 whatever... 4K here we come LOL

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If this goes wrong metal might be getting a new phone sooner than later
 

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Pshh 1080 whatever... 4K here we come LOL

---------- Post added at 05:58 AM ---------- Previous post was at 05:56 AM ----------

If this goes wrong metal might be getting a new phone sooner than later

Or you can test it, people would be unhappy if I couldnt make a final version of my rom because my phone died on a test kernel lol :p
(Btw, I really havent tested it yet but I will right now)
FYI, as said earlier, this may cause issues since it enables IVA frequencies that require voltage higher than what our phones are normally set up to use (although that may have been fixed by some commit at some point)
http://www.mediafire.com/download/j00csmetizict0r/SmittyV-NoMeM-5.3.14-IVA-TEST.zip
 

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Wait where's that troll from the other day. We can make him a Guinea troll and get him to flash it

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Or you can test it, people would be unhappy if I couldnt make a final version of my rom because my phone died on a test kernel lol :p
(Btw, I really havent tested it yet but I will right now)
FYI, as said earlier, this may cause issues since it enables IVA frequencies that require voltage higher than what our phones are normally set up to use (although that may have been fixed by some commit at some point)
http://www.mediafire.com/download/j00csmetizict0r/SmittyV-NoMeM-5.3.14-IVA-TEST.zip

I would test if I wasn't at work without a backup device
 

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    Hello everyone , this is my personal Android 4.4 kernel . I figured I'd share it with everbody since it seems to be working good . anyhow flash it if you want ,
    ALL credit and thanks should be directed to @styr , the Vanir Devs , and any developers who's commits I used
    ( alot )



    The Basics
    ,

    Based on Linux kernel 3.0.101
    • Forked from jimsth/vanir_tuna
    • Added some things I use ( governors and schedulers ) , some performance commits
    • Built with @Christopher83 's custom optimized- Linaro 4.9.1 toolchain -O3 optimized, graphite , link-time opt.
    • Ramdisk made by @osm0sis


    KERNEL FEATURES:


    • Governors:
    • Interactive
    • Conservative
    • OndemandX
    • Ondemand
    • Wheatley
    • Performance
    • Powersave
    • Userspace
    • Hyper
    • Hotplug
    • Sakuractive
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    Schedulers

    • Row
    • Bfq
    • Vr
    • Sioplus
    • Cfq
    • Noop
    • Deadline
    • Fiops
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    Gpu Freq:

    512Mhz max adjustable

    TCP Congestion Controllers


    • Westwood
    • Cubic,
    • Bic,
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    • Htcp,
    • Hstcp,
    • Hybla,
    • Vegas,
    • Scalable,
    • Lp,
    • Veno,
    • Yeah,
    • Illinois,
    • Reno



    • Content Adaptive Brightness
    • Voltages Control (Core, Iva, Mpu and more ...)
    • Fastcharge control with storage
    • High performance audio
    • Sound Boost control
    • Temp control
    • Vibrator control
    • Color Control
    • Gamma Control
    • Trinity Contras
    • Dynamic Fsync
    • Zram
    • 3.4 wifi drivers



    My ChangeLog


    Downloads

    In the downloads tab
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/devdb/project/?id=6110#downloads

    thanks again to @wisefreakz @kezn715 @Shambola, @Nemed AND to @Nephilim for the SIG @Hetalk for the FAQ writeup

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    Contributors
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    Source Code: https://github.com/bsmitty83/DirtyV_tuna

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    Version Information
    Status: Beta

    Created 2014-10-13
    Last Updated 2015-05-27
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    Want to enjoy dirty on older android version? See this post. NEW
    F2FS Updates !!
    Just to avoid multiple questions on this subject, I'll add f2fs related updates here, tomorrow.
    Please point me to stuff outside this thread, as basically this is the only thread that I read everything on.
    [*]What is this "f2fs" thingy?
    Read more about this awesome file systems here
    [*]How to use this f2fs?
    Read this and this and this (nice workaround) . If you understand it all, go ahead and have fun.
    There's a small guide by @p34rp34r here.
    Another awesome guide for f2fs and our device. by @burstlam
    Again, if you don't understand what you're doing, DONT DO IT.
    [*]How to test f2fs thing?
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    [*]Compatible ROMs?new
    @aosp and @bsmitty83 have been using vanir's commotio builds for f2fs test on this thread
    There's a SlimKat f2fs unofficial version here
    I've managed to get a paranoid f2fs version. See post here
    Here's the most beloved Liquidsmooth f2fs version by @Punkiderma
    F2FS converted OmniROM by @pianistaPL

    Our own @poo706 has ported and improved upon an awesome tool that would convert most ROMs to f2fs compatible ROMs. Jump to it's own thread for more info.
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    Why not? Jump to the F2Fs Q&A thread by @jhonnyx .
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    Kernel FAQ :
    1. Whythree kernels?
      More choice for different users and different user activity.

      [*]What's the difference between these three kernels?

      DirtyV versions are the ones where your 1080p recording works.
      SR versions are the "SuperRAM" versions where a lot of RAM has been reclaimed. You get more RAM, but you need to give up 1080 recording, as a trade-off. If you plan to use this one, make sure you change your camera video recording to 720p instead of 1080p. Latest kernel versions will make this change automatic.
      The 3rd one is @bsmitty83 's own build that he's running for his tests. You can use this and feel like a developer. :D
      This one might not have all the governors/freqs/io/settings that you can't live without, so be prepared to be surprised.

      [*]What are recommended kernel settings?

      Follow @Nephilim 's kernel settings. Here they are

      [*]Anyone got any nice init scripts to automate neph's settings?

      Yes. @büscher got it all covered for you here Thank him.

      [*]Can I use on x ROM?

      Sure. If it doesn't work, let people here know. There might be a workaround.

      [*]How to submit a bug?

      Post a note here with relevant information(what you were doing when x happened, screenshots, how to replicate, logs, etc)

      [*]What is this log that people talk about? How to take a useful log?

      Read this
      or use syslog app from play store.

      [*] Does Touchwake/PGM/<your favorite touchmanager> work?

      This kernel has an inbuild touchwake. You can set it using a kenel settings application (eg. TricksterMod). Sadly, not any more.
      It's also got the required modules to support <your fav tool>. You need to ask the app developer to include support for dirty kernels.
      Latest smitty version has touchwake removed, so that PGM developer can update his app to support dirty kernel.
      PGM fans, see and thank this post

      [*] What is the difference between linaro and sabermod?

      The difference is just what toolchain was used to compile them. Linaro is a highly optimized custom built toolchain, and sabermod is based off aosp toolchain but with lots of extra patches for optimization
      Presently, @bsmitty83 is using @metalspring 's custom toolchain to compile all dirty versions. And, they come with a ramdisk, specially made for all of us, by @osm0sis

      [*] Is Fast Charge broken? I can still access my files with fast charge on!

      Nope. It's not broken. With some super voodoo now you can access your files along with fast charging your battery. But, do it only if you are in a hurry. Fast charging might not be good for battery life(citation needed).

      [*] My Antutu with <insert kernel name here> is bigger/better/wider/thicker than yours.

      Wateva :D

      [*] Can I try this on my favorite 4.2/4.0/2.6/0.1.1 ROM ?

      Check this post by @osm0sis on how to accomplish this not-so-difficult task.

      [*] When will the next version be released?

      Now. Just check the last couple pages, and you'll see @bsmitty83 's got another one for you. :victory:

      [*] Latest version does not have my favorite io/gov. Why he no love me no more?

      Most likely, smitty forgot to add it in. Just put a comment about the missing item and he'll put it back. In the meantime, try out other io/gov/freq/etc. Maybe you'll find a hidden gem (like @Nephilim found illinois)

      [*] I don't like the kernel splash screen (coming soon)

      Eyelids are provided for a reason. Close them for a couple seconds after turning on your phone and you'll get rid of the bootsplash


      [*] What is this synapse thing that I hear about?
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      Synapse is a kernel settings tool, that you can use to tweak kernel settings that smart people on this thread talk about. @osm0sis has been instrumental in making this tool work for our beloved kernel. Thank him for this free tool.

    And Yea " 720p works on all of the builds. ":highfive::victory::good::cool:
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    Some init.d script's I made for DirtyV


    Download Nephilim's settings all-in-one script (latest changes: 14.04.2014 - updated settings)

    Download büscher's settings all-in-one script (latest changes: 17.04.2014)

    Download Lowmemorykiller whitelist script -> Please have a look here for lowmemorykiller whitelist explanation.

    Link to Nephilim's Settings

    changes:
    10.04.14: new minfree settings in buescher's script
    14.04.14: set OMAP gamma contrast to 0 - gets rid of sync_lost
    16.04.14: new minfree values for new SmittyV, min freq @ 190MHz, max screen off freq @ 525MHz, [email protected] as new ioscheduler, 525MHz as input_boost_frequency, 700MHz as high_speed_frequency
    17.04.14: reverted to 920MHz highspeed_freq

    Büscher's settings and differences to Nephilim's Settings (Kernel Stock where nothing mentioned):

    • CPU Max Frequency @ 1500MHz
    • Max Screen Off Frequency @ 525MHz: To avoid music glitches with Poweramp - lowered as it seems to work way better than on previous versions
    • Min Frequency @ 190MHz: works good
    • Min Screen On Frequency @ 230MHz: to avoid choppiness with screen on
    • Interactive Governor
    • Hispeed Frequency @ 920MHz: Frequency which to initially ramp when CPU load hits the value specified in go_hispeed_load
    • Above Hispeed Delay 20000: When speed is at or above hispeed_freq, wait for this long before raising speed in response to continued high load.
    • go_hispeed_load @ 85: more aggressive than stock - and not 'being mean' to the governor
    • Input Boost Frequency @ 525MHz: Frequency which to ramp when you touch the phone
    • boostpulse_duration @ 500000: min time at input_boost_freq after touching the phone - less aggressive and more battery friendly
    • min_sample_time @ 10000: The minimum amount of time to spend at the current frequency before ramping down - gives the cpu the possibility to ramp down frequencies earlier - more battery friendly
    • target_loads @ 75: the lower the target load, the more often the governor will raise CPU speeds to bring load below the target - more aggressive than stock
    • timer_rate @ 10000: sample rate to increase freq - overall snappier feeling but less battery friendly
    • timer_slack @ 60000: maximum time to allow deferring of timer_rate - just raised to a 10'000th
    • sioplus as I/O Control
    • Read Ahead Buffer 512: new measurements lead me to this - you may want to try other values as my storage seems to be borked
    • Async_Expire 2500: Deadline for asynchronous requests
    • Sync_Expire 304: Deadline for synchronous requests (Default ~10 times less than async_expire)
    • fifo_batch 0: Number of requests to issue before checking for expired requests
    • TCP Congestion Control westwood: best results in Switzerland
    • Enable Content Adaptive Brightness: Saves Battery
    • Enable Fast Charge: Lets you charge your phone faster on USB - doesn't break media transfer anymore
    • Overclock GPU to 384 MHz: Same voltages as 307MHz - more battery friendly if you don't need your phone for gaming
    • Headphone Volume Boost is set to 2: I don't use Nexus Louder and just set this to two - can cause music stutters, set it to 1 if so
    • Enable High Performance Sound
    • Dynamic FSYNC: disabled: I had data loss more than once because of this
    • Multicore Power Saving 0: I can't get anything out of this
    • Apply SmittyV 4/6 default minfree settings
    • Disable ZRAM
    • Vibrator strength 70
    • more options available


    Androbench screenshot for comparison:



    Noop @ 384 / 512

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    noop512.png



    Zen @ 384 / 512

    zen384.png
    zen512.png



    Quadrant Benchmark for comparison: (my settings with [email protected])


    Screenshot_2014_03_02_17_35_44.png



    How to Install:

    1. Download scripts and rename to no extension
    2. Put the script to system/etc/init.d
    3. Set permission to 755 ( rwxr-xr-x )


    Some important lines:

    Not all of Neph's Settings are present in my scripts (undervolt, blx, vibrator strength) as I don't use them.
    undervolting with init.d scripts is to risky for me, the rest can be added if wanted and if I find the right path to the parameters.

    Please check frequently for changes

    All benchmarks done with SmittyV-NoMeM { 2/28 }



    Credits:

    @Nephilim for the hard work finding the best values for our phone!
    @osm0sis for helping me out and explaining stuff the easy way ;)
    Francos Dev team for disabling sysctl.conf lines
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    That would be real kick-ass of you man. :good:

    BTW, I'd like to suggest you add a donation button below your avatar, you have been doing quite alot for everyone and although I'm really not in the money lately I'd be willing to donate a few bucks and I'm sure quite a few others would as well.

    I only accept donations from the thanks button . man , this is a hobby , I do it for fun and I want to keep it like that . people on here have donated enough to me in knowledge :beer:

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