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[KERNEL] [January 29] ElementalX-N6 4.27 (Nougat) 5.05 (Oreo)

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konradit

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Hi.

I am having random reboots, setup: Nexus 6 5.0.2 chroma ROM, kernel version: 3.10.40-ElementalX-N6-0.28

CPU: Ondemand, Max: 2649 mHz, Min: 1729 MHz
GPU: Performance, Max 600Mhz, Min: 389 MHz

If I can somehow submit a log please tell me

The kernel is really good overall, it makes the phone so snappy :)
 

stumpy352

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Hi.

I am having random reboots, setup: Nexus 6 5.0.2 chroma ROM, kernel version: 3.10.40-ElementalX-N6-0.28

CPU: Ondemand, Max: 2649 mHz, Min: 1729 MHz
GPU: Performance, Max 600Mhz, Min: 389 MHz

If I can somehow submit a log please tell me

The kernel is really good overall, it makes the phone so snappy :)

Question is, why are you still on 5.0.2? Chroma 5.1 is awesome.
 
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konradit

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I think you're probably on your own if you're using an old version of the kernel...
I am using the latest one... http://i.imgur.com/QRQGMuH.png

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From a ROM stability perspective, yes. I'm not an xposed user, so I'm not missing anything, but perhaps xposed is what's causing your reboots?

I did a test on wednesday, just to make sure its not xposed: Disabled all the xposed modules, rebooted, used it without xposed until yesterday, still rebooted randomly (not because of any app). Both powersave/performance and ondemand seem to reboot. I had LeanKernel before and did not rebooted randomly.
 

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I am using the latest one... http://i.imgur.com/QRQGMuH.png

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I did a test on wednesday, just to make sure its not xposed: Disabled all the xposed modules, rebooted, used it without xposed until yesterday, still rebooted randomly (not because of any app). Both powersave/performance and ondemand seem to reboot. I had LeanKernel before and did not rebooted randomly.

Disable CPU boost when on governors other than elementalx. It won't reboot.

Also, you're on the latest kernel for 5.0.x but not the latest kernel.
 
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stumpy352

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I am using the latest one... http://i.imgur.com/QRQGMuH.png

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I did a test on wednesday, just to make sure its not xposed: Disabled all the xposed modules, rebooted, used it without xposed until yesterday, still rebooted randomly (not because of any app). Both powersave/performance and ondemand seem to reboot. I had LeanKernel before and did not rebooted randomly.

Random reboots were somewhat common on 5.0.2, but since 5.1, code is far better in ROMs in general & all cores are online in the kernel. Reboots have been far less common. In general, 5.1 with 1.05 kernel is far more stable than 5.0.2 & 0.28.
 
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I am using the latest one... http://i.imgur.com/QRQGMuH.png

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I did a test on wednesday, just to make sure its not xposed: Disabled all the xposed modules, rebooted, used it without xposed until yesterday, still rebooted randomly (not because of any app). Both powersave/performance and ondemand seem to reboot. I had LeanKernel before and did not rebooted randomly.
What about interactive ?
 

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    ElementalX Kernel
    for Nexus 6 (shamu)
    p2214177205-11.jpg

    Features
    • Easy installation and setup with AROMA installer
    • Best balance of performance and battery life
    • Advanced color control
    • USB fastcharge (optional)
    • Sweep2sleep (optional)
    • Sweep2wake and doubletap2wake (optional)
    • Wake Gestures app support
    • MultiROM support
    • disable fsync (optional)
    • adjustable vibration strength
    • sound control
    • Underclock or overclock CPU
    • voltage control
    • NTFS read/write and exFAT support
    • init.d support
    • No forceencrypt

    Google+ Community


    Installation

    1. Flash in recovery

    For maximum compatibility with all ROMs, ElementalX uses your existing ramdisk.
    Do NOT flash this over other custom kernels!
    You should only flash ElementalX over the kernel that came with your ROM!!!




    Download


    Android 8.1.0 (Oreo)
    ElementalX-N6-5.05

    Android 7.0, 7.1, 7.1.1, 7.1.2 (Nougat)
    ElementalX-N6-4.27

    Android 6.0.1 (Marshmallow)
    ElementalX-N6-3.19

    Note: 3.19 is for ROMs with July security patches or later! Please use 3.16 if WiFi doesn't work




    Source
    https://github.com/flar2/shamu



    _____________________________________

    XDA:DevDB Information
    ElementalX-N6, Kernel for the Nexus 6

    Contributors
    flar2
    Source Code: https://github.com/flar2/shamu

    Kernel Special Features:

    Version Information
    Status: Stable

    Created 2014-11-27
    Last Updated 2018-01-31
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    Notes

    Sweep2wake:
    disable = 0
    sweep right = 1
    sweep left = 2
    sweep up = 4
    sweep down = 8

    Add them together. For example, to enable sweep2wake in every direction:
    echo 15 > /sys/android_touch/sweep2wake


    Sweep2sleep:
    disable = 0
    sweep right = 1
    sweep left = 2
    sweep left or right = 3

    eg: enable sweep2sleep left
    echo 2 > /sys/android_touch/sweep2sleep


    Doubletap2wake:
    enable = 1
    disable = 0

    eg: enable doubletap2wake:
    echo 1 > /sys/android_touch/doubletap2wake
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    Update!!!

    -Add camera launch gesture, activated by swiping down when the screen is off. For this to work, you must have "Press power button twice for camera" enabled in settings. All the same caveats as other wake gestures apply to this feature.

    -Fix reboot if wake gesture is enabled and screen times out right after boot

    -Prevent BCL driver from hotplugging (I think this will fix the third and fourth cores coming back online with performance gov)

    -Fix elementalx.conf, it wasn't saving properly for use with express version (express version wasn't keeping settings)



    Download:
    ElementalX-N6-3.08



    Changes:
    -add camera launch gesture
    -improve stability
    -stop BCL hotplug
    -fix elementalx.conf/express version
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    Update!!!


    Download (Nougat)
    ElementalX-N6-4.08



    Download (Marshmallow)
    ElementalX-N6-3.20


    Changes:
    -October security update
    -add zen io scheduler
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    Update!!!


    I have removed the enforcing option from the installer. Selinux is enforcing by default, just as it was before. Removing this option will allow you to use setenforce again. There is no reason to run in permissive mode, but if you must, then use the permissive.zip found here: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=23991606952602503




    Download:
    ElementalX-N6-3.10



    Changes:
    -remove enforcing option (use permissive.zip if necessary)
    -increase default input boost time