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[KERNEL][N6] FrancoKernel- r78 - 23rd March - compatible with Oreo and Pie

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brizey

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What the **** is that?

I tried it this week. It was pretty solid when I tried it, but i think the last few releases are a bit buggy.

Everything running fine, using Terminus as my ROM right now. RGB mods work. First time I have used your app for a while, too. Used it quite a bit on my 2012 N7.

I used to be disappointed that you didn't OC, but frankly, this SOC is already pushed pretty much to the limit by Moto. I think the days of 50% overclocking are behind us, and 5% overclocks with superlinear voltage increases are dumb.
 

zephiK

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See my post above, I already have told franco the fix, and he said that he would be adding it in.

No home or recents on Euphoria Rom. Sucks

I have no idea why users on Euphoria aren't getting navigation bars. I tested franco pre-release and didn't have any problems using it on Euphoria (latest version) and had navigation bars. Tested it on pre-release as well as final release.
I'm sure that a r2 will be pushed out later tonight as Franco is getting food right now.

Don't forget Franco's app is 30% off ;)

http://i.imgur.com/Hg90dwK.png
 
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wytecaztle

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I have no idea why users on Euphoria aren't getting navigation bars. I tested franco pre-release and didn't have any problems using it on Euphoria and had navigation bars. Tested it on pre-release as well as final release.
I'm sure that a r2 will be pushed out later tonight as Franco is getting food right now.

Don't forget Franco's app is 30% off ;)

I had to buy it. Not sure why no nav bars on Euphoria. I am not unencrypted.
 

dsmitty166

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I have no idea why users on Euphoria aren't getting navigation bars. I tested franco pre-release and didn't have any problems using it on Euphoria (latest version) and had navigation bars. Tested it on pre-release as well as final release.
I'm sure that a r2 will be pushed out later tonight as Franco is getting food right now.

Don't forget Franco's app is 30% off ;)

http://i.imgur.com/Hg90dwK.png

Did dirty flash from another kernel first?

I personally dirty flashed on top of rom, and had this happen.

Or were u clean flashing?
 

zephiK

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I had to buy it. Not sure why no nav bars on Euphoria. I am not unencrypted.

I'm unencrypted, I doubt encrypted would affect it as it wouldn't make any sense, but a hotfix will be out.

Did dirty flash from another kernel first?

I personally dirty flashed on top of rom, and had this happen.

Or were u clean flashing?
I was using Euphoria and then LeanKernel at the time and then during testing the pre-release version I had fastboot boot'd the boot.img and then permanently flashed it using Flashify.

I've restarted numerous times, its very weird that I wasn't able to catch this bug during testing phase. Strange.. I had good results in battery and performance though :)
 

badpanda

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Great kernel, just installed the updater and will be donating to you Franco again tonight for a beer and pizza. ;)
Everything works great. The auto flashing is awesome is flawless.
I got a quick question about your app I was playing with it and it has changed a lot great material design I like it mate.
On kernel settings is the IPV6 disabled or enabled.. what do you recommend.

Here is a pic for people that have not purchased Franco updater app on google play is totally worth it!

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eep2378

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For those who had nav bar issues, did you try flashing the stock kernel, then flash franco after?
 

wytecaztle

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I'm unencrypted, I doubt encrypted would affect it as it wouldn't make any sense, but a hotfix will be out.


I was using Euphoria and then LeanKernel at the time and then during testing the pre-release version I had fastboot boot'd the boot.img and then permanently flashed it using Flashify.

I've restarted numerous times, its very weird that I wasn't able to catch this bug during testing phase. Strange.. I had good results in battery and performance though :)

Let me flash boot.img with flashify to see if that resolves issue.
 

zephiK

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On kernel settings is the IPV6 disabled or enabled.. what do you recommend. ]
The idea behind the setting of IPv6 Enable/Disable was in regards to a wakelock called wlan_rx_wake
You can read everything about it @ http://forum.xda-developers.com/google-nexus-5/help/getting-rid-wlanrxwake-wakelocks-t2519294

In my opinion, leave it disabled (which is by default). IPv6 is still relatively new and is not adopted everywhere just yet as we are still on IPv4. When everybody adapts to IPv6 protocol, then we can enable it until then its best to have IPv6 disabled. But then again, you can leave it enabled but if you notice the wakelock you can leave it disabled again.
 
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    Hi all.

    Compatibility:
    It should work on any rom by following this logic:
    Builds (up to r19) are Android 5.0 Lollipop only.
    Builds (starting with r20) are Android 5.1 Lollipop only.
    Builds (starting with r32) are Android 6.0 Marshmallow only.
    Builds (starting with r53) are Android 7.0 Nougat only.
    Builds (starting with r60 up to r64) are Android 7.1.1 Nougat only.
    Builds (starting with r65 up to r75) are Android 7.1.1 Nougat March 2017 security patchset, or newer, only.
    Builds starting with r76 up to r77 are for Android Oreo and Pie custom roms.
    Builds starting with r78 are only for Android Pie.

    Download:
    https://francokernel.app

    Installation:
    Flash the zip in your recovery
    or
    Auto-flash from Franco Kernel Updater app

    Features:
    1 - Legendary battery life
    2 - Flash & forget
    3 - Typical interfaces like display adjustments, sound control, vibration control, and all that boring stuff
    4 - Bypasses the verified boot flag for Android Pay compatibility (root still breaks Android Pay but that's your own problem)
    5 - Idle power consumption reduced to the absolute minimum (if you have wakelocks from 3rd party apps you're obviously on your own)
    6 - Support for FKUpdater's Performance Profiles
    7 - Magical support, I'm here every day, checking posts almost hourly, ready to help anytime (well, unless you fail to read the OP, which contains most info you need)
    8 - Seemless integration with my app FKUpdater
    9 - No placebo patches, or "magical" optimizations
    10 - Probably more, check my github for all the details - the code speaks for itself

    Changelog:
    https://francokernel.app
    Scroll down, choose your device & select the latest release to see the changelog.

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

    Follow me on the interwebs
    Google+
    Twitter

    FK Kernel Manager demo

    Disclaimer to moderators:
    Slight OT is fine, but when users decide to act stupid they should be dealt with with the appropriate means - its really annoying for me when OT turns crazy. Please put the warning/ban hammer anytime any of you think there's lack of respect and/or too much unwanted OT crap - but if it doesn't meet this criteria let the OT posts alone. Thank you.

    Cheers!
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    Change-log for r1 below.

    I haven't included UV interface for now. It's more a commodity than a necessity and, as usual, as soon as I push UV users start messing with it and **** their phones (I've done this countless times, I know how it goes). I'll push UV sometime later. Also I'm gonna see if we can get some Gamma adjustments (no promise, I haven't even looked). Let's see how this develops over time. I've put some real thought into this r1 release, no bull**** as always.
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    r6 is up for grabs!

    The big difference here is that we're now using Conservative governor instead of Interactive and I would like to explain you why. With this 3.10 branch guys over Linux foundation unified the cpufreq driver a little bit, so Ondemand and Conservative share the same core code. They behave differently, but the main code path is the same. There is also a new and improvement scaling calculation which I enjoy. Then I remembered that back in the old 2.6.35 branches we had a little tweak on Conservative that made it aware of micro idle accounting, which means that it sampled the load every 10ms, making it very aware of any change on the system that required fast response (this is what Ondemand does), but still maintaining it's "conservative" style. It changes very fast so there's a perception that all possible lag is absolutely gone without relying on extreme touchboost technics or overusage of extra CPU cores (like mpdecision does). But at the same time it scales down as fast as it goes up, so you'll be seeing an even usage of all steps as well. Interactive as we all know it's a very customizable governor, lots of options, but its a bit weird when deciding what freqs to use (I still like it very much).

    I think you'll enjoy this experience immensely. Zephik's been using this for the past days, and he got some amazing results. I've been impressed myself.

    Hope you like the change.
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    I'm glad I'm not the only one who feels this way and has noticed this. Very well put.

    On a side note Ive purchased fku app awhile back to support the dev. But no longer use it because of the problems I've seen with it and I personally get better results with a diff app. No biggie. But I'm not about to point out those issues because I know how hard dev works on this and I appreciate every second of it

    Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk

    Alright so what problems are you having with my app? I can't figure them out if I'm not having issues, so please let me know and I'll do my best, as usual, to improve the experience.

    Well said, and in addition: chastising those who support you and made you who you are is not good form. I think the term is "biting the hand that feeds you".

    I remember when you just got started. You were humble and kind. Don't let your ego get the best of you. You wouldn't be here right now if it wasn't for us.

    I mean this in all due respect. Sometimes people need a wake up call. I flashed lean kernel not because I was upset with your kernel, I did it because I was getting sick of the way you talk to people. I'm sure I'm not alone.

    Peace.

    Sent from my Nexus 6

    Ah comon cut the crap. I've always been like this, I write what I think, I don't hold back. I'm not biting any hands for ****s sake. Isn't the Kernel work that I do 100% for free? Don't you flash it for free? Don't I give you support for free? Sure we can talk about the app. Haven't I issued more than 200 updates since December 2012 (app release) 100% for free? Have I asked for anything more in return? Don't I give hourly support to all my users? I just frickin' rebuilt the app from scratch for 5 months. I slept through Christmas because I spent the week before having 1h sleep per-day to finish the app on time for Christmas so that users could enjoy it? Comon dude! Just because I'm direct and say what goes to my mind I'm already "biting on users hands" ?
    What I just wrote is a perfect example of writing what goes through my mind. From dealing with me this phrase says it all: "What you see is what you get".
    I'm sure LeanKernel will be awesome as well, Imoseyon's a great guy and knows his ****. Good luck!
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    Pushed r17 which fixes the cpu0 bug **** and fixes a performance regression on sequential read speed.