[KERNEL][OPX][LineageOS] FrancoKernel - r11 - 12th Dec

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hgoor

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Works fine here, I haven't touched any of that. Besides time/location is not Kernel related.

That's crazy. When I flash stock back it does come on around 21: 25 but with your kernel it doesn't? It did that with r9 too? That's why I figured it must be kernel related.

I wonder if anything else could be involved then?

(BTW thanks for your time to respond)
 
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ianfebriyanto

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1502875950222.jpgI underclock cpu to 1728a and set governor to conservative for get more battery endurance. and this is what I got, only cpu 0 that show value, others not. is it problem with my configuration ?

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Gruntje

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Thanks Franco for the great kernel! Been using it for a while now and very satisfied. Because of that I also purchased your app :)

Only one, maybe stupid, question. What does these toggles (screenshots attached) do in the app at CPU manager or Kernel settings?
For example, the toggle for Max CPU frequency doesn't seem to do anything. In both position (grey or yellow) I can see that the CPU frequency is set the same in System Monitor.
 

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franciscofranco

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Thanks Franco for the great kernel! Been using it for a while now and very satisfied. Because of that I also purchased your app :)

Only one, maybe stupid, question. What does these toggles (screenshots attached) do in the app at CPU manager or Kernel settings?
For example, the toggle for Max CPU frequency doesn't seem to do anything. In both position (grey or yellow) I can see that the CPU frequency is set the same in System Monitor.

They're simply to set on boot :) needs improvement though.
 

ontheair

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Hello everyone,

I am using FK r10 with latest LineageOS on Oneplus X. Really everything works very fine and battery life is good, thank you for this great work!
There is just one thing I noticed: Scrolling the screen is stuttering when using the standard performance profile. So I bought the FK Manager app from the app store and tried to find a setting to prevent the stuttering. But I am lost a bit in this app ;)

Maybe somebody can give me a hint what should be changed to prevent scroll-stuttering? I dont really need a high performance profile as I am not using games or other challenging apps. My focus is on battery life, not speed. Just the stuttering annoys me a bit ;) Any help is highly appreciated!

BTW: Maybe this is my fault because recent versions of LineageOS are based on Android 7.1.2. In OP is mentioned that
Builds starting with r5 compatible with Android Nougat 7.1.1 LineageOS or roms built from LineageOS sources.
So, if the stuttering is caused by some incompatibility of the kernel with this ROM version, then I understand that I am on my own ;)

Anyway, thank you for a hint / help!
 

Cirdy

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Hi everybody,
I've been using this kernel for about a month.
Recently my phone turned off after reaching 0% battery and after this it randomly, but yet most of the time, as It was connected to USB port.
I also tried wiping chache/dalvik and reinstalling OS (both OOS and LineageOS).

Do you think this might be hardware or software related?

I'm currently running LineageOS 7.1.2 weekly with r10 of the kernel.

Thank you in advance!
 
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sangimangii

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Other kernels offer a variety of settings like changing governor, setting frequencies to name a few. But this app doesn't have a guide to set these up. I understand the app has a nice interface to change these settings with just 1 click. Just wanted to check if that is all there is.
 

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Other kernels offer a variety of settings like changing governor, setting frequencies to name a few. But this app doesn't have a guide to set these up. I understand the app has a nice interface to change these settings with just 1 click. Just wanted to check if that is all there is.

You can change governors and frequencies on any Kernel, it's a standard feature of the Linux Kernel. You can change those with my app too.
 

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Kernel Manager for Franco Kernel update for Oreo is frickin' finally up!

... as a beta release for now! With Oreo's changes, specially for limiting background services, it was a good chance to refactor old code. Turned out to be a bigger task than I thought moving like half of the app functionality for the newer JobIntentService api which scales from Oreo down to Lollipop just fine. For Oreo is specially useful since it makes use of newer framework capabilities. Serivces like PerAppProfiles had to be nearly 100% re-written, Night Shift, Performance Profiles, Battery Level events, the list goes on.

I also felt the app needed a small facelift. The layouts feel more cohesive making use of a variant of Roboto (Mono) for categories and headers to give it some emphasis. There's a big focus on little animations here and there. I'm particularly happy about the landing page. You don't need to go through 2-3 screens and different clicks to Auto-flash a new Kernel, it's just right there. It's really beautiful with that teal background, lovely!

Gone is the white theme, it's really not a good experience for me to support two completely different themes and the white really sucked with the accent color and I never used it, so gone with it. I had an optional 1€ theme donation for the Dark theme (it was optional, you could use the theme nonetheless), but well, I'd rather you get a better experience. There's other means to donate if you wish through the app.

There's a couple new features too which are detailed in the proper changelog below. Since this is a beta there's also some "known issues". Nothing really app-breaking, but you should be aware and they'll be fixed in the coming weeks. The hard work has been already done though.

Major emphasis for the new improved Auto-Flash mechanism that's been developed by osm0sis (if you're on XDA you know who he is). Together with the anyKernel2 script backend this Auto-Flash is unique in the world and there's no one out there doing anything remotely close to what we achieved here. It's not something you see with your eyes, but it's just like magic. Imagine patching a Kernel binary + ramdisk in a live system with all the SELinux and file domain restrictions we currently have on Android. Before SELinux just force writting the boot.img into the partition worked fine, but with anyKernel2 we're so much more granular with what we change that there's literally no other way to achieve this than what we did. osm0sis did the script, I just had to integrate it with the app and it's nothing sort of magical miracle. This wasn't easy let me tell you. Took him a couple days to figure out different issues based on what we saw during testing.

I've been doing this app for nearly 5 years now. It's been extremelly popular and I'm very grateful for everything that's happened. If you bought this app years ago and feel like all the updates I've put up through the years are worth more than what you paid you can donate something through the app. If not, I love you all the same :)

Kernel updates will be flying off starting today and tomorrow for nearly all devices I own with this new Auto-flash mechanism and newer commits!

The app is in beta as I said so please send me all your feedback! Now here's the real changelog & some screenshots.

Changelog:
First 3.0 beta!

1 - Major and I mean MAJOR rework to support Oreo's changes, specially related to background services (which include launcher shortcuts, quick tiles, widget and some mroe). Overall the new underlying architecture is much more robust;
2 - Light theme is no more, Dark theme is the default. All the layouts have been refined, flashing a Kernel is just one step instead of going through 2-3 screens, PerAppProfiles layout is cohese and theres tons of better meaningful animations to enjoy;
3 - New features such as Battery Life Labs set on boot, lower display resolution for Power-Saving performance profile, adaptive icon, new and improved Auto-Flash mechanism for better compatibility and security.

Known issues:
1 - Some dialogs look like ass;
2 - Automatic new Kernel version notifier isn't working;
3 - Some header sections without items will still be visible on Kernel Settings & CPU Manager;
4 - LED control for OP devices isn't properly working;
5 - Planned feature to apply profiles from scripts isn't done yet;
6 - Some bugs that probably slipped during my testing.

Purchase: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.franco.kernel
Join the beta testing: https://play.google.com/apps/testing/com.franco.kernel
 

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