Indeed. This would be interesting to know
Nice man! Think u did not test audio did u?[emoji16]This question got me curious,so I went ahead and tried.The answer is yes.I haven't tested it thoroughly or anything,but it boots fine and I haven't noticed any problems in the first few minutes of testing.
Nice man! Think u did not test audio did u?[emoji16]
Maybe ill go back, as my phone doesn't doze on M.
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Yeah,I just did this..It suffers the same audio problems.Everything seems to work fine.Then I made a phone call and it doesn't work right.
I think most of people would be happy To test new kernelsok folks most of you will find this a shock for me to actually be replying here, i had to leave dev due to personal reasons and now no longer have a s5 mini either, but if people are still interested in the custom kernels i may consider going back to developing for the s5mini if people are willing to be testers
ok folks most of you will find this a shock for me to actually be replying here, i had to leave dev due to personal reasons and now no longer have a s5 mini either, but if people are still interested in the custom kernels i may consider going back to developing for the s5mini if people are willing to be testers
few small performance tweaks cpu voltage control enabled(see below) DT2W active in kernel (disabled by default to save battery) fading leds enabled
1.7Ghz CPU overclock - by default device is set to 1.4ghz on boot and the higher freqs can be used by using an app such as kernel auditor - use 1.7ghz sparingly as i have not tested it 100% 600mhz GPU Overclock OTG SUPPORT!!!! Loads of I/O Schedulers (noop, deadline, cfq, bfq, sio, fifo, zen, vr, fiops, row, sioplus, tripndroid) Equally Huge List of CPU Schedulers (zzmoove, preservative, conservativex, alucard, darkness, nightmare, wheatley, ondemandplus, dancedance, conservative, ondemand, userspace, powersave, interactive, bioshock, lionheart, performance) kernel updated to version 3.4.110 F2FS Support baked in for a f2fs formatted /data partition (see below for details) Notification led Brightness Increased Ultra-Kernel SamePage Merging(UKSM) build with Hyper Linaro 5.1 toolchain with graphite enabled for performance increase Based off the latest samsung LL Kernel sources
I'm still trying to fix the issue. Hopefully I'll get chance to look tomorrow as I'm quite busy weekends at moSame here.. Links are still dead. And yes.. the malfunctional headphone jack is the only reason im not using this kernel on a daily base.
If it gets fixed, this kernel would be an allinwonder..
Can't wait for it, I will try it with CM13 when you will release it. But, for now, does it drain more battery than stock kernel? (cause overclocking). Also, is the system stable with it?