My first impressions of SiyahKernel v6.0b3 are here => http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=35882362&postcount=1239
Beside some not saved/effective settings in STweaks there is an issue with Video Player app which doesn't work properly ... bobdoblo mentioned these FCs and I can confirm this Video Player issue on SiyahKernel v6.0b3.
So nothing dramatic, but smething to fix in next version IMO.
last log was very helpful.
I will release beta4 very soon (waiting for a feedback if exfat works or not). I think it will fix those reboots that some of you have.
For l2_hsic see https://github.com/asksven/BetterBatteryStats/issues/179 + its link to wikipedia.I can confirm that wifi is draining the battery...(see attachment)
it says "deleted_wake_locks" because I turned the wifi off then on again... but it was wlan_rx.. something like that
Also does anyone know whats "l2_hsic" ?
About the led not staying off after reboot, its a stweaks problem not kernel. I had the same in dorimanz after he switched to stweaks but on extweaks its fine
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For me with beta 4 the governor is still not sticking after a reboot. Stweaks says it is pegasusq but SetCPU says the governor is OnDemand
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I've made an app in taker to catch the last_kmsg file after a random reboot, this should work even if you are not aware of the reboot. The app is here http://db.tt/wxY5mysh . I can't make it autorun so you will need to use something like https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.autostart to make it run at boot.
If any random reboots happen a log well be left in /sdcard/CrashLogs this is the last_kmsg file renamed. Please post these files to the thread to help people diagnose any problems.
I hope this helps.
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For now set governer and io through setcpu and not stweaks. If you do it that way it will stick since it applys all settings after boot.
GM has some ideas as to the problem and will need time to fix. That's why he didn't mention in changelog its fixed.
can anyone state in a few sentences the very major differences between stock cm10, siyah and dorimanx kernels?
strong and not so strong points of each of them.
this would be useful for a large majority of 'not sophisticated' users to make a decision which kernel to choose.