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sirkay

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Here i've tried compile kernel for Neo/V users. Thanks to kormatoes for asking me to make kernel for AOKP. Then later i decided to make for Stock ICS too. Thanks to those who help me test these kernel since i've owned Xperia Ray not Xperia Neo/V

[ XNeo AOKP v1.2.431 ] AOKP BASED ROM NEW
- vids record / playback fixed
[ XNeo ICS v2.1.431 ] ICS 4.0.4 NEW

[ XNeo Kernel V2.0 ] ICS BASED ROM NEW Build from 4.1.H.0.4 kernel source for Play ICS Beta

### LOST & FOUND ###

[ XNeo ICS v1.1 Repack ] ICS based rom
[ XNeo AOKP v1.1 ] AOKP ROM


NOTE: [For stock ICS ONLY] If you come from other kernel, please flash this modules using cwm


Updates
// XNeo ICS v2.0 - 4.1.H.0.4 source, patches: ZRAM, smartassv2
// XNeo ICS v1.1 Repack - re-added Intellidemand. swap/ext4 support. tun.ko module in /res/modules
// AOKP v1.1 - added Intellidemand gov (dont use with IO vr, caused reboot when screen off)

Intellidemand:

Intellidemand aka Intelligent Ondemand from Faux is yet another governor that's based on ondemand. Unlike what some users believe, this governor is not the replacement for OC Daemon (Having different governors for sleep and awake). The original intellidemand behaves differently according to GPU usage. When GPU is really busy (gaming, maps, benchmarking, etc) intellidemand behaves like ondemand. When GPU is 'idling' (or moderately busy), intellidemand limits max frequency to a step depending on frequencies available in your device/kernel for saving battery. This is called browsing mode. We can see some 'traces' of interactive governor here. Frequency scale-up decision is made based on idling time of CPU. Lower idling time (<20%) causes CPU to scale-up from current frequency. Frequency scale-down happens at steps=5% of max frequency. (This parameter is tunable only in conservative, among the popular governors)
To sum up, this is an intelligent ondemand that enters browsing mode to limit max frequency when GPU is idling, and (exits browsing mode) behaves like ondemand when GPU is busy; to deliver performance for gaming and such. Intellidemand does not jump to highest frequency when screen is off.

How to make simple ZRAM init.d script
1. Using Root Explorer, got to /sytem/etc/init.d/
2. press Menu then create new file
3. paste these in it

Code:
#!/system/bin/sh
sysctl -w vm.swappiness=40
echo "1" > /sys/block/zram0/reset
echo $((50*1024*1024)) > /sys/block/zram0/disksize
mkswap /dev/block/zram0
swapon /dev/block/zram0

4. close and save it as 60ZRAM
5. set permission to 777 or "rwxrwxrwx" (tick all)
6. take note: 50*1024*1024 = 50MB zram disksize. if you want to set 30MB, change 50 to 30.


((( Special Thanks to )))
DooMLoRD - thanks for his github sources
FXP - for AOKP Kernel sources
Kormatoes - for let me using his thread for starting up
ThilinaC - for nice AOKP bootlogo
Tenacius D - for being XNeo AOKP tester
Mikk36 - for being XNeo ICS tester
Night Elf - for his ramdisk source
Madfysh - XNeo v2.0 tester

GiT
https://github.com/sirkay
 

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juninromualdo

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asked that question on the topic AOKP Neo / v was wondering if your kernel has support for USB on the go, external memory, such as pen drive. Tested with mouse and pen drive worked but I can not seem to have the appropriate drivers. From what I saw in some threads here at XDA need these drivers.

I did the flash, I'm using the AOKP kormatoes, and so far everything is normal.
 
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sirkay

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asked that question on the topic AOKP Neo / v was wondering if your kernel has support for USB on the go, external memory, such as pen drive. Tested with mouse and pen drive worked but I can not seem to have the appropriate drivers. From what I saw in some threads here at XDA need these drivers.

I did the flash, I'm using the AOKP kormatoes, and so far everything is normal.

as i know 4.1.C.0.7 sources support OTG. i never test it even with ray's kernel

Sent from my ST18i using xda premium
 

shardul_seth

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asked that question on the topic AOKP Neo / v was wondering if your kernel has support for USB on the go, external memory, such as pen drive. Tested with mouse and pen drive worked but I can not seem to have the appropriate drivers. From what I saw in some threads here at XDA need these drivers.

Just use this, OTG mass storage will work.
 

sirkay

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so it does work? 2-way call recording also support. check on my kernel thread in ray developement for call recording apps.

Sent from my ST18i using xda premium
 

sanzNya

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so it does work? 2-way call recording also support. check on my kernel thread in ray developement for call recording apps.

Sent from my ST18i using xda premium

I already test it with ur kernel. Usb otg cant work. Even i push setting for stock kernel. Its still doesnt work..



sent by tapatalk via super xperia Neo
 

spiritualwar

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I just tried this kernel on my Neo V with i-scream rom. I flashed it without wiping anything but wifi wasnt working. After that i made a factory reset and get an endless bootloop.

Was sounding like a good kernel but now i will try another. Thank you for your efforts.
 

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I just tried this kernel on my Neo V with i-scream rom. I flashed it without wiping anything but wifi wasnt working. After that i made a factory reset and get an endless bootloop.

Was sounding like a good kernel but now i will try another. Thank you for your efforts.

I'm using this kernel on I-Scream 10 and it working good so far, the only thing you have to do is flash stock kernel with stock WiFi modules reboot and then flash back to this kernel and woala WiFi is working. That is how I did it working when crossing from NightElf kernel to this one.
 
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talhah sabri

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I'm using this kernel on I-Scream 10 and it working good so far, the only thing you have to do is flash stock kernel with stock WiFi modules reboot and then flash back to this kernel and woala WiFi is working. That is how I did it working when crossing from NightElf kernel to this one.

where can i get stock wifi module??

Sent from my MT11i using XDA
 

thunder888

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I'm using this kernel on I-Scream 10 and it working good so far, the only thing you have to do is flash stock kernel with stock WiFi modules reboot and then flash back to this kernel and woala WiFi is working. That is how I did it working when crossing from NightElf kernel to this one.
Do you mean this module? http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1609617
If yes, i have try it with nightelf kernel and aokp rom but it's not working. I haven't time yet to try it again. :(
 

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    Here i've tried compile kernel for Neo/V users. Thanks to kormatoes for asking me to make kernel for AOKP. Then later i decided to make for Stock ICS too. Thanks to those who help me test these kernel since i've owned Xperia Ray not Xperia Neo/V

    [ XNeo AOKP v1.2.431 ] AOKP BASED ROM NEW
    - vids record / playback fixed
    [ XNeo ICS v2.1.431 ] ICS 4.0.4 NEW

    [ XNeo Kernel V2.0 ] ICS BASED ROM NEW Build from 4.1.H.0.4 kernel source for Play ICS Beta

    ### LOST & FOUND ###

    [ XNeo ICS v1.1 Repack ] ICS based rom
    [ XNeo AOKP v1.1 ] AOKP ROM


    NOTE: [For stock ICS ONLY] If you come from other kernel, please flash this modules using cwm


    Updates
    // XNeo ICS v2.0 - 4.1.H.0.4 source, patches: ZRAM, smartassv2
    // XNeo ICS v1.1 Repack - re-added Intellidemand. swap/ext4 support. tun.ko module in /res/modules
    // AOKP v1.1 - added Intellidemand gov (dont use with IO vr, caused reboot when screen off)

    Intellidemand:

    Intellidemand aka Intelligent Ondemand from Faux is yet another governor that's based on ondemand. Unlike what some users believe, this governor is not the replacement for OC Daemon (Having different governors for sleep and awake). The original intellidemand behaves differently according to GPU usage. When GPU is really busy (gaming, maps, benchmarking, etc) intellidemand behaves like ondemand. When GPU is 'idling' (or moderately busy), intellidemand limits max frequency to a step depending on frequencies available in your device/kernel for saving battery. This is called browsing mode. We can see some 'traces' of interactive governor here. Frequency scale-up decision is made based on idling time of CPU. Lower idling time (<20%) causes CPU to scale-up from current frequency. Frequency scale-down happens at steps=5% of max frequency. (This parameter is tunable only in conservative, among the popular governors)
    To sum up, this is an intelligent ondemand that enters browsing mode to limit max frequency when GPU is idling, and (exits browsing mode) behaves like ondemand when GPU is busy; to deliver performance for gaming and such. Intellidemand does not jump to highest frequency when screen is off.

    How to make simple ZRAM init.d script
    1. Using Root Explorer, got to /sytem/etc/init.d/
    2. press Menu then create new file
    3. paste these in it

    Code:
    #!/system/bin/sh
    sysctl -w vm.swappiness=40
    echo "1" > /sys/block/zram0/reset
    echo $((50*1024*1024)) > /sys/block/zram0/disksize
    mkswap /dev/block/zram0
    swapon /dev/block/zram0

    4. close and save it as 60ZRAM
    5. set permission to 777 or "rwxrwxrwx" (tick all)
    6. take note: 50*1024*1024 = 50MB zram disksize. if you want to set 30MB, change 50 to 30.


    ((( Special Thanks to )))
    DooMLoRD - thanks for his github sources
    FXP - for AOKP Kernel sources
    Kormatoes - for let me using his thread for starting up
    ThilinaC - for nice AOKP bootlogo
    Tenacius D - for being XNeo AOKP tester
    Mikk36 - for being XNeo ICS tester
    Night Elf - for his ramdisk source
    Madfysh - XNeo v2.0 tester

    GiT
    https://github.com/sirkay
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    [18/06] XNeo v2.1.431 | XNeo AOKP v1.2.431

    [ XNeo ICS Kernel v2.1.431 ] tested by Madfysh
    [ XNeo AOKP Kernel v1.2.431 ] not tested yet
    - OC/UV (up to 1.6ghz / +-25mv)
    - gov: brazilianwax, smartassv2, interactivex, virtuous, intellidemand, lagfree
    - io: cfq, sio, vr, noop, deadline, anticipatory
    - support: ext3, ext4, swap, ntfs,
    - 2way call record
    - TUN enabled
    - ZRAM enabled
    - highmem enabled
    14
    XNeo AOKP v1.2.431a

    [ XNeo AOKP v1.2.431a ]
    - vids record / playback fixed
    - wifi works
    - enabled 2.0Ghz OC (used at your own risk)
    12
    [ XNeo ICS v1.1 Repack ] NEW

    - swap support
    - ext4 support
    - make tun as module (in /res/modules/)
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    for time being, im no longer maintain these kernel due to busy with works and life. afraid i couldnt catch up to update these kernel. so, until then ... jya