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[KERNEL]*Matr1x* with BLN and voodoo v25.0 | JB - 4.1.1/4.1.2/4.2

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SA-07

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Hey guys,

This is the JB version of the Matr1x kernel and it works on 4.1.1/4.1.2 and 4.2.


Features:

Code:
- 1.32Ghz OC

- Based on Linux kernel version 3.0.31

- Voodoo sound and color (Thanks to supercurio)

- BLN (Thanks to neldar)

- BFS (Thanks to Con Kolivas) 

- Fast Charge by Chad Froebel (Be sure to buy his widget here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.incredicontrol.fastchargewidget)

- Bigmem (Thanks to _thalamus for the working implementation)

- ROW I/O Scheduler

- 4.2 Bluetooth fix (thanks to DerTeufel) 

- Vibration control (thanks to DerTeufel) 

- SmartassV2 governor

- USB OTG (thanks to sztupy)

- CIFS

- MTP (thanks to abev66 for the AnyKernel method)


**Ezekeel's mods** (Thanks to Ezekeel)

- BLD

- Touch Wake

- Wheatley Governor

- Custom Voltage Interface


Changelog:

v22.5 Updated kernel base for JB, added all my favorite *useful* features and removed a ton of pointless stuff, changed LCD voltage to 2.3V, and used the Bcmdhd PM_FAST in standby.

v23.0 Reverted kernel base back to 3.0.31 for speed and stability, reverted the LCD UV, and added the interactive governor (with input boost).

v23.5 Added 1.2Ghz OC, Touch Wake, Voodoo Color, and CM versions.

v24.0 Added 1.32Ghz OC, 100% battery charge fix (cosmetic), and wheatley governor.

v24.5 Added DerTeufel's 4.2 bluetooth fix, the ROW I/O Scheduler, and Ezekeel's Custom Voltage Interface.

v25.0 Added DerTeufel's vibration control interface for his Helly Bean ROM, fixed the 100Mhz not sticking issue, added the SmartassV2 governor, added USB OTG, added CIFS, and added MTP (this might not work on all the ROMs, so just let me know on which ones it does work).


Links to JB version:

http://matr1xkernels.com/matr1x-kernels/matr1x-kernel-for-nexus-s-and-nexus-s-4g-jelly-bean/


Link to source: https://github.com/mathkid95/linux_samsung_jb
 
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vinnypel2ella

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Just curious as to why the topic includes bln but in the op it says no bln? I'm guessing you will include in future builds. I was a matrix user for gb and loved it. Can't wait to see how this turns out. Thank you !

Sent from my Nexus S 4G using xda premium
 
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MistaJae

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I previously used Matr1x with CM7 (it's still in my sig ;)) and it was great. I've been using v11 for a few hours with Koush's ICS alpha 8 and it's running great so far!

No reboots or freezes
Voodoo working
BLD working perfect
CPU spy shows that deep sleep is working
Too early to judge battery performance

Oh yeah... I use ondemand, 100-1000Mhz, stock voltages ;).

Thanks MK. Your work is appreciated!
 

falconrulz

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Okay so just flashed it, seems to be working fine, not much lag...
As you said everything is working except BLN, performance is pretty nice, let's see how this goes for a day...

Thanks :)
Sent from my Nexus S using XDA App
 

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    Hey guys,

    This is the JB version of the Matr1x kernel and it works on 4.1.1/4.1.2 and 4.2.


    Features:

    Code:
    - 1.32Ghz OC
    
    - Based on Linux kernel version 3.0.31
    
    - Voodoo sound and color (Thanks to supercurio)
    
    - BLN (Thanks to neldar)
    
    - BFS (Thanks to Con Kolivas) 
    
    - Fast Charge by Chad Froebel (Be sure to buy his widget here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.incredicontrol.fastchargewidget)
    
    - Bigmem (Thanks to _thalamus for the working implementation)
    
    - ROW I/O Scheduler
    
    - 4.2 Bluetooth fix (thanks to DerTeufel) 
    
    - Vibration control (thanks to DerTeufel) 
    
    - SmartassV2 governor
    
    - USB OTG (thanks to sztupy)
    
    - CIFS
    
    - MTP (thanks to abev66 for the AnyKernel method)
    
    
    **Ezekeel's mods** (Thanks to Ezekeel)
    
    - BLD
    
    - Touch Wake
    
    - Wheatley Governor
    
    - Custom Voltage Interface


    Changelog:

    v22.5 Updated kernel base for JB, added all my favorite *useful* features and removed a ton of pointless stuff, changed LCD voltage to 2.3V, and used the Bcmdhd PM_FAST in standby.

    v23.0 Reverted kernel base back to 3.0.31 for speed and stability, reverted the LCD UV, and added the interactive governor (with input boost).

    v23.5 Added 1.2Ghz OC, Touch Wake, Voodoo Color, and CM versions.

    v24.0 Added 1.32Ghz OC, 100% battery charge fix (cosmetic), and wheatley governor.

    v24.5 Added DerTeufel's 4.2 bluetooth fix, the ROW I/O Scheduler, and Ezekeel's Custom Voltage Interface.

    v25.0 Added DerTeufel's vibration control interface for his Helly Bean ROM, fixed the 100Mhz not sticking issue, added the SmartassV2 governor, added USB OTG, added CIFS, and added MTP (this might not work on all the ROMs, so just let me know on which ones it does work).


    Links to JB version:

    http://matr1xkernels.com/matr1x-kernels/matr1x-kernel-for-nexus-s-and-nexus-s-4g-jelly-bean/


    Link to source: https://github.com/mathkid95/linux_samsung_jb
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    Kernel update! We have finally reached v20 :)
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    Who wants to see this kernel keep going?

    No RIP Matr1x yet? ;)

    Sent from my Nexus S
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    Kernel update!

    So here it is, JB Matr1x.


    You may notice I have completely revamped the entire kernel and added only the features that I find useful. No more extra crap so please don't ask me for feature adding.

    I may add overclocking later though!


    For now, the focus is on speed and stability.


    Oh yeah please don't ask for a screen color change either... I like these colors :)


    Enjoy!
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    Ok, kernel update! After some more long, gruesome testing this one has proved to be stable