I don't believe you want to flash this kernel.. It is outdated, not supported and does not contain the "sudden death" fix.
use one of the other great kernels in here...
I'd say that the kernel is outdated and unsupported. Only that. The kernel was good, too bad Franco stopped development.
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I read about a few nexus 4 users running CM10 + franco kernel.
Is that possible on a s3?
Why in the world would you want this on your S3? This has nothing to do with a Nexus. This kernel sucks and the dev is a turd. You should read and research before reviving dead threads.
Woah, the kernel sucks and the dev is a turd now?!
Yes, and I vehemently stand by that statement. If I buy an app, I expect to at least be able to use it for a little while at least. With this schmuck, he charges users and just left. This is different than a dev leaving for another phone. This guy actually charged money which he should own up to.
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I expected to see empirical data and how you methodologically monitor process times and figures with the different implementations to determine the best and the benefits (Think Ezekeel here), and back up , let's admit it, your excellent marketing. To stay civil, let's just say I don't agree with the philosophy and portrayal of your kernels. I'll leave it at that.