[Kernel][LP-CAF] Render Kernel [D80x/LS/VS980/F320x][R3]

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Lawlrus

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OK, well what does that mean? And which one should I use for MultiROM?

I have never used multi ROM, so that's why I didn't answer that portion

Caf = code aurora forum

Long story short, Qualcomm gives kernel source to them, where as aosp (although they do use some caf) source comes from google.

If that doesn't make sense, I'd read up on it via googling it.
 
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Sorry! But i can not found version for LS980; only D802, oppo and something called UKM. I am using RR 5.5.9. Please help me!
 

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why this kernel is low support? the dev change phone?

Yea, I have changed from the G2 to the OPO now to the Nexus 6. Like I have said before, deving for the g2 is difficult and time consuming. But with that, I still plan on releasing build. I am just busy and live a normal hectic life with my beautiful wife and two kids.

Currently, I am doing a kernel bring up for the N6. I am close to release there, then I will move on to the OP and finish up a release there, then move to the G2 and release here. I will have to do a complete bringup from scratch though so it will be time consuming but my plan is to follow the same path I am doing for the n6 and add in the same features and such along the same timeline. Hopefully I can get all my kernels to the same point where releasing maintenance builds is all I am doing instead of playing catchup.

I build kernels for myself first. I don't get anything in return really for maintaining these devices I do not use. I build for them still just because enough ppl enjoy my kernel and they asked nicely for me to continue support. :)

Thanks for the interest!
 

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Yea, I have changed from the G2 to the OPO now to the Nexus 6. Like I have said before, deving for the g2 is difficult and time consuming. But with that, I still plan on releasing build. I am just busy and live a normal hectic life with my beautiful wife and two kids.

Currently, I am doing a kernel bring up for the N6. I am close to release there, then I will move on to the OP and finish up a release there, then move to the G2 and release here. I will have to do a complete bringup from scratch though so it will be time consuming but my plan is to follow the same path I am doing for the n6 and add in the same features and such along the same timeline. Hopefully I can get all my kernels to the same point where releasing maintenance builds is all I am doing instead of playing catchup.

I build kernels for myself first. I don't get anything in return really for maintaining these devices I do not use. I build for them still just because enough ppl enjoy my kernel and they asked nicely for me to continue support. :)

Thanks for the interest!
I asked because I remember that this thread was very active not long ago, in any case I really appreciate what you do, I for first when I read what you wrote I ask to myself why releases Build for terminals that you do not use. Thanks for the answer



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I asked because I remember that this thread was very active not long ago, in any case I really appreciate what you do, I for first when I read what you wrote I ask to myself why releases Build for terminals that you do not use. Thanks for the answer



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NP bro. Yea it is harder to get motivated to build for a phone I dont use so that is why it takes me forever to release. I put alot of work into my kernels, not just throw abunch of buzzword features in. I like to do things cleanly and in an order. But essentially I spend $68 /month for my build machine. I make no donations really that would offset the cost. That should show how much I just enjoy doing what I do. I do not build just so I can get donations, I build because I enjoy it! Otherwise I would not invest my own money just to build for phones I do not use. This goes the same for the Moto x 2014 (I dont even have the phone), and the OnePlus One.
 

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i flashed RenderKernel-G2-CAF-d800-R3.zip using Kernel Adiutor on tsunamical's Euphoria OS and now my phone is QHSUSB_BULK. My phone can still boot into recovery but my screen is cracked so I can't use TWRP. Is there anyway I can get the phone working again without getting the screen repaired?
 

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i flashed RenderKernel-G2-CAF-d800-R3.zip using Kernel Adiutor on tsunamical's Euphoria OS and now my phone is QHSUSB_BULK. My phone can still boot into recovery but my screen is cracked so I can't use TWRP. Is there anyway I can get the phone working again without getting the screen repaired?

Yes, buy a USB OTG cable and connect a mouse to it. You can use the mouse to navigate TWRP.
 
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    for AOSP Based Roms!​

    Now supporting LP-CAF Roms for the G2!! Note that I am no longer supporting my old Kernels for KK or LP.

    Code:
    /*  *** Disclaimer
    *
    * Your warranty is now void.
    *
    * I am not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards, thermonuclear war, 
    * or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please do some research 
    * if you have any concerns about features included in this KERNEL
    * before flashing it! YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if
    * you point the finger at me for messing up your device, I will laugh at you.
    * BOOM goes the Dynamite
    */

    My goal with this kernel is to be a very fast and stable build that offers some things that the other kernels do not. I want to initiate Development Discussions amongst the community. This will be a noob friendly thread as long as the new users follow 2 rules. First is to do some research before asking. Most likely your question has already been asked. If not in this thread then in another. Second is BE RESPECTFUL. You do these two things and even the most hardened Dev will assist you.

    Current Features
    General List:

    * Synapse Support - Complete Kernel Control!
    * Built with UBER A15 Linaro 4.9.2 Toolchain
    * Hotplugs: MSM_Limiter, Intelliplug, and Bricked Hotplug
    * MSM_Limiter by @neobuddy89 adds Per-Core Functionality
    * Simplified_Thermal by @Sultanxda
    * Governors: Lionheart, Impulse, Blu_Active, YankActive, IntelliMinMax and SmartMAX
    * Schedulers: FIOPS, ROW, BFQ-v7, SIO, DEADLINE, NOOP, CFQ and ZEN
    * Adreno_Idler: Makes GPU Idle better when not in use
    * GCC Tweaks for Cortex A15
    * Numerous CAF Patches!
    * Added Sysfs for GENTLE_FAIR_SLEEPERS
    * Quick Wakeup (See HERE) * Dynamic FSync


    I recommend Synapse and my special version of UKM for Kernel Tuning
    Google Play Store Link
    You can get my version of UKM here: Render-UKM

    Instructions:

    * Boot into Recovery
    * (Recommended) Make a complete backup of entire rom (DUH?!)
    * Make sure to flash the appropriate bootstack for your model!
    * Flash Render Kernel
    * Reboot


    Download:
    LP-CAF Downloads

    Changelog:
    https://github.com/RenderBroken/msm8974_G2_render_kernel/commits/master

    THANKS!!!!
    First I want to say thank you to everyone who has answered my questions and responded to my pm's when I know they are busy with their own lives. Pretty much everyone I have come into contact with here on XDA has been truly helpful and respectful. Here is a list of people that had helped me in one way or the other:

    myfluxi, Dorimanx, Neobuddy89, Savoca, Faux123, Blechd0se, and Many More!

    Thank you guys! Without your contributions to the community we would not have the level of performance, stability and interaction that we have today


    Special Thanks!

    Donators: @nfin1te, @MrDarkKV, @V1TRU, @Really now

    XDA:DevDB Information
    [Kernel][LP-CAF] Render Kernel [D80x/LS/VS980/F320x][R3], Kernel for the LG G2

    Contributors
    RenderBroken, MrDarkKV
    Source Code: https://github.com/RenderBroken/msm8974_G2-CAF_render_kernel

    Kernel Special Features:

    Version Information
    Status: Stable

    Created 2014-07-03
    Last Updated 2015-12-10
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    LP-CAF Downloads: HERE

    Old Builds (Deprecated): HERE
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    So far in R6:

    Sound Control Locking mechanism works automatically now! Yea!

    Slimbus Overclocked and optimized - Should further increase sound quality!

    Kexec Hardboot patched in

    Underclocking

    Ultra Conservative tuned (yet with no lag somehow?! lol)

    Setup CONFIG_MSM_RUN_QUEUE_STATS_BE_CONSERVATIVE (Essentially hot-plugging occurs when your run-queue aka load level gets to a certain level. What this new options does is make the calculation more conservative. TL DR Should help increasing batter performance)

    Oh and f2fs. (Finishing scripts to auto change fstab to mount partitions properly and automatically depending on whether you have EXT4 or F2FS!)

    I may add something else in last minute, WHO KNOWS! Also I will be working on R26 for KK as well such ass:

    Sound Control Locking

    Slimbus Overclocked and optimized

    Setup CONFIG_MSM_RUN_QUEUE_STATS_BE_CONSERVATIVE

    F2FS (ppl have been asking forever for this and have been asking nicely! Time to reward that!)

    LP-R6 s almost done and KK-R26 is mapped out and should be easy enough to complete.
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    Why Render is not a "Reconized Dev" on XDA ???
    What can we do to make what he deserve ?

    Actually, I guess its time to reveal. I have just recently been made a Recognized Developer! Just takes time on their end to get me all setup. I was gunna wait till it showed up but I guess now is as good a time as any!
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    Hey guys, I am currently working on R6 on my new VPS. It should be done today. I am pretty excited for its release because i feel it is one of the more complete releases for LP so far. Also @MrDarkKV has been working VERY hard with my new kernel site and I am pretty impressed with everything he has done on his own! He wanted to just help me and other devs out. So he told me about his battery crapping out last night and I talked him into setting up a PalPal accounts. It took some prodding because he didn't feel it was right but I convinced him that his work has made downloading my kernel easier than ever! Not only can you download it on the phone now, you can download it on almost ANY device/browser! That's pretty cool! You guys should know me by now that I don't do this for the money and neither does MrDarkKV. My argument was, if your battery went out and you had to buy a new phone and it wasn't the G2, you would not feel as invested in the G2 community and would lose interest. So I will post the paypal link below and in OP#1 and ONLY if you have the means and are happy with what he has done, feel free to donate. Do not feel obligated AT ALL. I just wanted to show him the appreciation I have for him. The battery on Ebay is about $30. Thanks Guys! Hand tight for today and I should have a brand new release incoming!

    PayPal for MrDarkKV

    Also one last bit of news:

    I am an official member of Team OSE (Open Source Evolution) and we have been very hard at work at building an LP rom that We as devs want to use as our own Daily Driver. I am happy to announce that we will soon be releasing our baby to the world. I have been testing and using it for about over a week now and I am VERY impressed, not only is it not just a CM12 clone, it has features that others do not have yet. It is based off of SlimLP. I cant wait to share this with you all. Of cource my kernel will be included! The other members of OSE are:

    @timpohladthomas
    @lownslow200sx

    Kind Regards,
    Zachariah