[KERNEL] [Nov 26] ElementalX-m8 (7.01 Sense) (6.04 GPE)

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flar2

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Jun 11, 2012
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elementalx.org
p2214177205-11.jpg

Kernel for HTC One (m8) Sense and Google Play Edition
(Not for Sprint or Verizon)



FEATURES
  • Easy installation with Aroma installer
  • overclocking
  • gboost for enhanced gaming performance
  • choose voltage profile in installer
  • full user voltage control
  • underclock CPU or GPU
  • i/o schedulers: FIOPS, SIO, CFQ, NOOP, ROW, BFQ, deadline, zen
  • optional sweep2sleep
  • optional custom wake gestures (no motion required!)
  • optional pocket detection (with custom wake gestures)
  • option to disable volume button wakes camera (with custom wake gestures)
  • High Definition Audio capability
  • optional USB fastcharge
  • option to reduce vibration strength
  • remove /system write protection
  • NTFS r/w, CIFS, exFAT support
  • option to disable fsync
  • option to disable magnetic cover
  • /dev/frandom support
  • multirom support
  • color and gamma control
  • DriveDroid support
  • optimized -O3 linaro 4.9.1


Google+ Community



INSTALLATION

1. Install zip from recovery
2. Follow the instructions, if you don't know what to do, use the preselected options
3. Reboot

It is recommended to disable or increase the screen timeout in TWRP recovery. If the screen timeout is enabled in TWRP, there may be a black screen after exiting the Aroma installer. This is nothing to worry about. Simply hold power and volume down until it reboots. The installation will be fine.






Please consider a donation to support ongoing development
Many thanks to those who have donated!






DOWNLOADS


Sense (Android 6.0)
ElementalX-m8-7.01-Sense

GPE (Android 6.0)
ElementalX-m8-6.04-GPE

Sense (Android 5.0.1/5.0.2)
ElementalX-m8-4.05-Sense







NOTES

ElementalX Configuration File
Your choices in the Aroma installer are used to build a configuration file. The config file is located at /etc/elementalx.conf. You can edit this file to change kernel settings. Whatever is set in this file will take effect when the device is booted (unless other scripts or apps interfere!)

If settings are not sticking:[*]Make sure you have busybox installed correctly and updated to the latest version[*]Make sure the file permissions for /etc/init.d/99elementalx are set to execute. [*]Check to see if any /etc/init.d scripts or apps (such as Kernel Tuner or TricksterMod) are interfering with your settings.


ElementalX Log File
Every boot, a log file is created at /data/local/tmp/elementalx-kernel.log. This file shows the date and time and all settings that have been applied. Use this to verify and troubleshoot configuration options.


Overclocking
Overclocking is optional. The installer lets you choose the maximum frequency. Whatever frequencies you chose in the installer will be set at boot for each CPU. Not all devices can handle overclocking. I don't recommend overclocking, this device is fast enough. If you overclock, the CPU frequency will likely be throttled due to heat. I recommend the stock frequencies, as this device is plenty fast.


CPU voltages
The installer allows you to choose from several undervolting options: stock, -15mV, -30mV, or -45mV. This only undervolts the lowest frequency, which happens to be the frequency used the most, and this is safer. Be careful, lowering voltages can cause instability.


gboost
gboost enhances gaming performance by giving a slight boost to cpu frequencies when the graphics load is high (e.g. while gaming). It should have no effect on battery life during regular usage, so it's safe to leave it enabled all the time.


fsync
fsync can be disabled if you're looking for the last ounce of performance. I recommend leaving it enabled as there is a slight risk of data loss if your phone shuts off unexpectedly before filesystems are synced.


Installing a new ROM
If you install a new ROM, it will probably replace this with the stock kernel and will definitely overwrite /etc/init.d/99elementalx and /etc/elementalx.conf so you will lose your settings and certain features. So always reinstall the kernel after installing a ROM.


Sweep2sleep
Sweep2sleep allows you to put your device to sleep by swiping right to left across the bottom of the screen where the back, home, recent buttons are. I find this useful since the stock motion gestures do not provide a good way to turn off the screen.

/sys/android_touch/sweep2sleep

0= disabled
1= sweep2sleep right enabled
2= sweep2sleep left enabled
3= sweep2sleep left and right enabled


USB fastcharge
USB fastcharge is optional. This will allow you to charge at a faster rate when connected to a USB port. The default limit for USB ports is 500ma, this increases it to 1100ma. Be sure that the computer/laptop/whatever you are plugged into can handle it. Some will automatically cap it at 500ma. Please note that this does not force AC charge mode like previous implementations of force fastcharge. Your battery setting will still say USB mode. You can edit /etc/elementalx.conf to change the setting on boot.


Wake Gestures

There are three modes
  • Mode 1: Stock Motion Launch Gestures
    For stock motion launch gestures, /sys/android_touch/wake_gestures, /sys/android_touch/sweep2wake and /sys/android_touch/doubletap2wake must all be set to 0. Enabling any of these overrides the stock gestures. Obviously Motion Launch Gestures must be enabled in the system settings.

  • Mode 2: Remove motion requirement
    For this, you must set /sys/android_touch/wake_gestures to 1 and enable at least one gesture in /sys/android_touch/sweep2wake or /sys/android_touch/doubletap2wake and Motion Launch Gestures must be enabled in system settings. In this mode, when you sweep or doubletap, the appropriate input events are generated and acted upon the EasyAccessService (i.e., the system app that handles gesture actions).

  • Mode 3: Traditional S2W/DT2W
    In this mode, wake gestures and actions are handled entirely by the kernel. The gestures will turn on the screen and that's it. For this, you must set /sys/android_touch/wake_gestures to 0 and enable at least one gesture in /sys/android_touch/sweep2wake or /sys/android_touch/doubletap2wake. It doesn't matter if Motion Launch Gestures is enabled or disabled in system settings, the gestures don't interact with it in this mode.


Options

For modes 2 and 3, there are several options.

  • Sweep2Wake

    Gesture........Value
    Sweep right......1
    Sweep left........2
    Sweep up.........4
    Sweep down....8

    Add up the values for each gesture you want to enable and put the total in /sys/android_touch/sweep2wake. For example, to enable all gestures, the value is 15 (1+2+4+8). To enable sweep right, sweep left and sweep up, the value is 7 (1+2+4)

  • DoubleTap2wake

    Set /sys/android_touch/doubletap2wake to 1 to enable DT2W, and set to 0 to disable it.

  • Pocket Detection

    Set /sys/android_touch/pocket_detect to 1 to enable pocket detection, and set to 0 to disable it. Pocket detection is experimental right now, I'd say it's about 90% functional, but there is an occasional bug where it either doesn't work or works too well.

  • Vibration Strength

    Haptic feedback can be enabled for the wake gestures in /sys/android_touch/vib_strength. This setting takes a number between 0 and 60. Default is 20, which is the same vibration as the stock gestures. Setting this to 0 disables haptic feedback.





SOURCE
https://github.com/flar2/m8_Sense
https://github.com/flar2/m8-Sense-5.0.1
https://github.com/flar2/m8-GPE-5.0.1
https://github.com/flar2/m8-Sense-4.4.4
https://github.com/flar2/m8-GPE-4.4.3
https://github.com/flar2/m8-Sense-4.4.3


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XDA:DevDB Information
ElementalX-m8, Kernel for the HTC One (M8)

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

Kernel Special Features:

Version Information
Status: Stable
Current Stable Version: 7.01
Stable Release Date: 2016-11-26

Created 2014-04-04
Last Updated 2017-03-29
 

flar2

Recognized Developer
Jun 11, 2012
18,520
87,277
Southwestern Ontario
elementalx.org
CHANGELOG

Oct 7, 2014: ElementalX-m8-1.08
-fix backlight setting in installer


Oct 6, 2014: ElementalX-m8-1.07
-update backlight dimmer
-lyapota's sound tweaks
-fix pocket detection


September 14, 2014: ElementalX-m8-1.06
-fix backlight dimmer setting in installer


September 14, 2014: ElementalX-m8-1.04
-add backlight dimmer option
-update to fauxsound 3.6


September 10, 2014: ElementalX-m8-1.04
-kexec-hardboot
-update msm-sleeper


Aug 25, 2014: ElementalX-m8-1.03
--update latest HTC source code
--various optimizations


Aug 8, 2014: ElementalX-m8-1.02
-update fauxsound drivers


Aug 3, 2014: ElementalX-m8-1.01-Sense
-update installer


Aug 3, 2014: ElementalX-m8-1.01-GPE
-update HTC source code for GPE 4.4.4
-update installer
-fix touch driver not loading


July 27, 2014: ElementalX-m8-1.00-Sense
-update to latest HTC source code
-fix CIFS support
-compatibility with ElementalX Kernel app
-add vibration setting to elementalx.conf


June 20, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.19
-lz4 compression
-stereo call recording support
-security updates
-various tweaks and optimizations
-custom Venom Tweaks support
-wake gestures: compatibility with Dot View Case


June 3, 2014: ElementalX-m8-1.00-GPE
-update for GPE Android 4.4.3


May 25, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.18
-add proximity enabled flag
-adjust sensor initialization


May 24, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.17
-O3 optimization
-allow more time for sensor initialization
-adjust gesture algorithm to better prevent accidental sweeps
-added some debugging messages for proximity detector (Sense version only)


May 19, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.16
-build with Linaro GCC 4.9.1 toolchain (@Christopher83)
-boot delay for custom wake gestures
-GPE version added


May 13, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.15
-option to disable volume buttons launch camera in landscape


May 12, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.14
-fix custom gestures in dot view mode
-improvements to pocket detection
-fix startup of mcu
-update installer


May 9, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.13
-fix vibrations during phone calls when wake gestures enabled
-fix proximity sensor not working properly during calls
-fix wake gestures not working with certain firmware
-update installer


May 7, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.12
-update slimbus oc (poondog/zeroinfinity)
-fix installer (incorrect vibration setting)


May 7, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.11
-add wake gestures
-add sweep2sleep options
-update installer


April 29, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.10
-enable high definition audio
-remove hardfloat flag
-add GPU governor option
-add GPU underclocking
-update installer (thanks @jonas2295 for the new splash!)


April 20, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.9
-update installer
-adjust voltages
-add underclocking
-add option to disable magnetic cover sensor
-reduce logspam
-fix pvs readout


April 14, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.8
-update installer
-adjust oc voltages
-change undervolting
-add voltage control (thanks @myfluxi)


April 13, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.7
-update installer
-add gboost
-bump oc voltages


April 12, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.6
-update to HTC 1.54 kernel source
-add option for reduced button vibration
-add faux123 sound support
-use custom dt.img


April 10, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.5
-add max screen off frequency (default 1090MHz)
-fix overclocking and adjust voltages
-add more overclocking steps
-add thermal options


April 6, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.4
-update ramdisk
-update installer
-revert some changes so stock modules will load
-show pvs bin in sysfs
-exfat working (uses stock texfat module)
-remove F2FS support
-use stock wifi module
-add CIFS and NTFS support
-add PS3 controller support
-tcp congestion control options
-add DriveDroid support


April 5, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.3
-add Aroma installer
-overclocking
-undervolting options


April 4, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.2
-Fastcharge for HTC One m8
-LCD_KCAL Colour Control for m8
-exFAT support
-FS: import F2FS
-fix for app-mounted directories
-DRIVERS: SLIMBUS: initial overclocking


April 4, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.1
-Add fsync disable option
-Add pronto wlan driver
-Add sweep2sleep
-usb: gadget: mass_storage: added sysfs entry for cdrom to LUNs
-ARM CPU Topology and cpu_power driver
-allow moc-crypto modules to load
-Add SIO and FIOPS i/o schedulers
-Add /dev/frandom support
-Initial Commit: HTC Source g278eae8
 
Last edited:

djkinetic

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Flashed on ATT M8, everything worked fine till I went to check my External SD and it wasnt seen, SD was fat32 formatted, flashed back stock kernel that came with my ROM and it was ready again.
 
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    Kernel for HTC One (m8) Sense and Google Play Edition
    (Not for Sprint or Verizon)



    FEATURES
    • Easy installation with Aroma installer
    • overclocking
    • gboost for enhanced gaming performance
    • choose voltage profile in installer
    • full user voltage control
    • underclock CPU or GPU
    • i/o schedulers: FIOPS, SIO, CFQ, NOOP, ROW, BFQ, deadline, zen
    • optional sweep2sleep
    • optional custom wake gestures (no motion required!)
    • optional pocket detection (with custom wake gestures)
    • option to disable volume button wakes camera (with custom wake gestures)
    • High Definition Audio capability
    • optional USB fastcharge
    • option to reduce vibration strength
    • remove /system write protection
    • NTFS r/w, CIFS, exFAT support
    • option to disable fsync
    • option to disable magnetic cover
    • /dev/frandom support
    • multirom support
    • color and gamma control
    • DriveDroid support
    • optimized -O3 linaro 4.9.1


    Google+ Community



    INSTALLATION

    1. Install zip from recovery
    2. Follow the instructions, if you don't know what to do, use the preselected options
    3. Reboot

    It is recommended to disable or increase the screen timeout in TWRP recovery. If the screen timeout is enabled in TWRP, there may be a black screen after exiting the Aroma installer. This is nothing to worry about. Simply hold power and volume down until it reboots. The installation will be fine.






    Please consider a donation to support ongoing development
    Many thanks to those who have donated!






    DOWNLOADS


    Sense (Android 6.0)
    ElementalX-m8-7.01-Sense

    GPE (Android 6.0)
    ElementalX-m8-6.04-GPE

    Sense (Android 5.0.1/5.0.2)
    ElementalX-m8-4.05-Sense







    NOTES

    ElementalX Configuration File
    Your choices in the Aroma installer are used to build a configuration file. The config file is located at /etc/elementalx.conf. You can edit this file to change kernel settings. Whatever is set in this file will take effect when the device is booted (unless other scripts or apps interfere!)

    If settings are not sticking:[*]Make sure you have busybox installed correctly and updated to the latest version[*]Make sure the file permissions for /etc/init.d/99elementalx are set to execute. [*]Check to see if any /etc/init.d scripts or apps (such as Kernel Tuner or TricksterMod) are interfering with your settings.


    ElementalX Log File
    Every boot, a log file is created at /data/local/tmp/elementalx-kernel.log. This file shows the date and time and all settings that have been applied. Use this to verify and troubleshoot configuration options.


    Overclocking
    Overclocking is optional. The installer lets you choose the maximum frequency. Whatever frequencies you chose in the installer will be set at boot for each CPU. Not all devices can handle overclocking. I don't recommend overclocking, this device is fast enough. If you overclock, the CPU frequency will likely be throttled due to heat. I recommend the stock frequencies, as this device is plenty fast.


    CPU voltages
    The installer allows you to choose from several undervolting options: stock, -15mV, -30mV, or -45mV. This only undervolts the lowest frequency, which happens to be the frequency used the most, and this is safer. Be careful, lowering voltages can cause instability.


    gboost
    gboost enhances gaming performance by giving a slight boost to cpu frequencies when the graphics load is high (e.g. while gaming). It should have no effect on battery life during regular usage, so it's safe to leave it enabled all the time.


    fsync
    fsync can be disabled if you're looking for the last ounce of performance. I recommend leaving it enabled as there is a slight risk of data loss if your phone shuts off unexpectedly before filesystems are synced.


    Installing a new ROM
    If you install a new ROM, it will probably replace this with the stock kernel and will definitely overwrite /etc/init.d/99elementalx and /etc/elementalx.conf so you will lose your settings and certain features. So always reinstall the kernel after installing a ROM.


    Sweep2sleep
    Sweep2sleep allows you to put your device to sleep by swiping right to left across the bottom of the screen where the back, home, recent buttons are. I find this useful since the stock motion gestures do not provide a good way to turn off the screen.

    /sys/android_touch/sweep2sleep

    0= disabled
    1= sweep2sleep right enabled
    2= sweep2sleep left enabled
    3= sweep2sleep left and right enabled


    USB fastcharge
    USB fastcharge is optional. This will allow you to charge at a faster rate when connected to a USB port. The default limit for USB ports is 500ma, this increases it to 1100ma. Be sure that the computer/laptop/whatever you are plugged into can handle it. Some will automatically cap it at 500ma. Please note that this does not force AC charge mode like previous implementations of force fastcharge. Your battery setting will still say USB mode. You can edit /etc/elementalx.conf to change the setting on boot.


    Wake Gestures

    There are three modes
    • Mode 1: Stock Motion Launch Gestures
      For stock motion launch gestures, /sys/android_touch/wake_gestures, /sys/android_touch/sweep2wake and /sys/android_touch/doubletap2wake must all be set to 0. Enabling any of these overrides the stock gestures. Obviously Motion Launch Gestures must be enabled in the system settings.

    • Mode 2: Remove motion requirement
      For this, you must set /sys/android_touch/wake_gestures to 1 and enable at least one gesture in /sys/android_touch/sweep2wake or /sys/android_touch/doubletap2wake and Motion Launch Gestures must be enabled in system settings. In this mode, when you sweep or doubletap, the appropriate input events are generated and acted upon the EasyAccessService (i.e., the system app that handles gesture actions).

    • Mode 3: Traditional S2W/DT2W
      In this mode, wake gestures and actions are handled entirely by the kernel. The gestures will turn on the screen and that's it. For this, you must set /sys/android_touch/wake_gestures to 0 and enable at least one gesture in /sys/android_touch/sweep2wake or /sys/android_touch/doubletap2wake. It doesn't matter if Motion Launch Gestures is enabled or disabled in system settings, the gestures don't interact with it in this mode.


    Options

    For modes 2 and 3, there are several options.

    • Sweep2Wake

      Gesture........Value
      Sweep right......1
      Sweep left........2
      Sweep up.........4
      Sweep down....8

      Add up the values for each gesture you want to enable and put the total in /sys/android_touch/sweep2wake. For example, to enable all gestures, the value is 15 (1+2+4+8). To enable sweep right, sweep left and sweep up, the value is 7 (1+2+4)

    • DoubleTap2wake

      Set /sys/android_touch/doubletap2wake to 1 to enable DT2W, and set to 0 to disable it.

    • Pocket Detection

      Set /sys/android_touch/pocket_detect to 1 to enable pocket detection, and set to 0 to disable it. Pocket detection is experimental right now, I'd say it's about 90% functional, but there is an occasional bug where it either doesn't work or works too well.

    • Vibration Strength

      Haptic feedback can be enabled for the wake gestures in /sys/android_touch/vib_strength. This setting takes a number between 0 and 60. Default is 20, which is the same vibration as the stock gestures. Setting this to 0 disables haptic feedback.





    SOURCE
    https://github.com/flar2/m8_Sense
    https://github.com/flar2/m8-Sense-5.0.1
    https://github.com/flar2/m8-GPE-5.0.1
    https://github.com/flar2/m8-Sense-4.4.4
    https://github.com/flar2/m8-GPE-4.4.3
    https://github.com/flar2/m8-Sense-4.4.3


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    XDA:DevDB Information
    ElementalX-m8, Kernel for the HTC One (M8)

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

    Kernel Special Features:

    Version Information
    Status: Stable
    Current Stable Version: 7.01
    Stable Release Date: 2016-11-26

    Created 2014-04-04
    Last Updated 2017-03-29
    99
    Update!!!

    Let's see how this works.


    Download (Sense Android 4.4.4):
    ElementalX-m8-2.00-Sense



    Changes:
    -update to Android 4.4.4
    81
    CHANGELOG

    Oct 7, 2014: ElementalX-m8-1.08
    -fix backlight setting in installer


    Oct 6, 2014: ElementalX-m8-1.07
    -update backlight dimmer
    -lyapota's sound tweaks
    -fix pocket detection


    September 14, 2014: ElementalX-m8-1.06
    -fix backlight dimmer setting in installer


    September 14, 2014: ElementalX-m8-1.04
    -add backlight dimmer option
    -update to fauxsound 3.6


    September 10, 2014: ElementalX-m8-1.04
    -kexec-hardboot
    -update msm-sleeper


    Aug 25, 2014: ElementalX-m8-1.03
    --update latest HTC source code
    --various optimizations


    Aug 8, 2014: ElementalX-m8-1.02
    -update fauxsound drivers


    Aug 3, 2014: ElementalX-m8-1.01-Sense
    -update installer


    Aug 3, 2014: ElementalX-m8-1.01-GPE
    -update HTC source code for GPE 4.4.4
    -update installer
    -fix touch driver not loading


    July 27, 2014: ElementalX-m8-1.00-Sense
    -update to latest HTC source code
    -fix CIFS support
    -compatibility with ElementalX Kernel app
    -add vibration setting to elementalx.conf


    June 20, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.19
    -lz4 compression
    -stereo call recording support
    -security updates
    -various tweaks and optimizations
    -custom Venom Tweaks support
    -wake gestures: compatibility with Dot View Case


    June 3, 2014: ElementalX-m8-1.00-GPE
    -update for GPE Android 4.4.3


    May 25, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.18
    -add proximity enabled flag
    -adjust sensor initialization


    May 24, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.17
    -O3 optimization
    -allow more time for sensor initialization
    -adjust gesture algorithm to better prevent accidental sweeps
    -added some debugging messages for proximity detector (Sense version only)


    May 19, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.16
    -build with Linaro GCC 4.9.1 toolchain (@Christopher83)
    -boot delay for custom wake gestures
    -GPE version added


    May 13, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.15
    -option to disable volume buttons launch camera in landscape


    May 12, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.14
    -fix custom gestures in dot view mode
    -improvements to pocket detection
    -fix startup of mcu
    -update installer


    May 9, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.13
    -fix vibrations during phone calls when wake gestures enabled
    -fix proximity sensor not working properly during calls
    -fix wake gestures not working with certain firmware
    -update installer


    May 7, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.12
    -update slimbus oc (poondog/zeroinfinity)
    -fix installer (incorrect vibration setting)


    May 7, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.11
    -add wake gestures
    -add sweep2sleep options
    -update installer


    April 29, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.10
    -enable high definition audio
    -remove hardfloat flag
    -add GPU governor option
    -add GPU underclocking
    -update installer (thanks @jonas2295 for the new splash!)


    April 20, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.9
    -update installer
    -adjust voltages
    -add underclocking
    -add option to disable magnetic cover sensor
    -reduce logspam
    -fix pvs readout


    April 14, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.8
    -update installer
    -adjust oc voltages
    -change undervolting
    -add voltage control (thanks @myfluxi)


    April 13, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.7
    -update installer
    -add gboost
    -bump oc voltages


    April 12, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.6
    -update to HTC 1.54 kernel source
    -add option for reduced button vibration
    -add faux123 sound support
    -use custom dt.img


    April 10, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.5
    -add max screen off frequency (default 1090MHz)
    -fix overclocking and adjust voltages
    -add more overclocking steps
    -add thermal options


    April 6, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.4
    -update ramdisk
    -update installer
    -revert some changes so stock modules will load
    -show pvs bin in sysfs
    -exfat working (uses stock texfat module)
    -remove F2FS support
    -use stock wifi module
    -add CIFS and NTFS support
    -add PS3 controller support
    -tcp congestion control options
    -add DriveDroid support


    April 5, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.3
    -add Aroma installer
    -overclocking
    -undervolting options


    April 4, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.2
    -Fastcharge for HTC One m8
    -LCD_KCAL Colour Control for m8
    -exFAT support
    -FS: import F2FS
    -fix for app-mounted directories
    -DRIVERS: SLIMBUS: initial overclocking


    April 4, 2014: ElementalX-m8-0.1
    -Add fsync disable option
    -Add pronto wlan driver
    -Add sweep2sleep
    -usb: gadget: mass_storage: added sysfs entry for cdrom to LUNs
    -ARM CPU Topology and cpu_power driver
    -allow moc-crypto modules to load
    -Add SIO and FIOPS i/o schedulers
    -Add /dev/frandom support
    -Initial Commit: HTC Source g278eae8
    67
    Update on the modifications to motion launch gestures:

    The news is good, lots of options are coming for wake gestures, and they don't cause battery drain.

    You'll be able to choose from stock motion launch gestures, motion launch gestures that work without moving the phone, and traditional s2w/dt2w. Should have pocket detection as well.

    I still have lots of work to do to make everything work seamlessly.

    Should be ready sometime this week.
    55
    UPDATE!


    -better compatibility of custom gestures with Dot View Case. Let me know if there are still issues.
    -updates to proximity and motion sensor code from GPE 4.4.3 kernel
    -stereo call recording support
    -security updates
    -faster boot time
    -custom Venom Tweaks options. Many kernel options can now be set in Venom Tweaks if you are using the latest ViperOneM8.




    Download:
    ElementalX-m8-0.19-Sense




    Changes:
    -lz4 compression
    -stereo call recording support
    -security updates
    -various tweaks and optimizations
    -custom Venom Tweaks support
    -wake gestures: compatibility with Dot View Case
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