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[KERNEL] SpeedMod N7000 Jelly Bean [K5-5 CWM CIFS ROOT / NO-ROOT]

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hardcore

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Sep 12, 2006
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Hi guys,

This is the SpeedMod kernel for the Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000 Jelly Bean.
This kernel is only for Samsung JB ROMs.

This kernel has MMC_CAP_ERASE disabled, which should prevent the "hard brick" bug.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1633943


SpeedMod's core features are:
- Super stable: No undervolting, overclocking or potentially unstable modifications
- Fast and smooth: Compiler and code optimizations
- Excellent battery life: Remove unecessary logging and debugging

>>> CLICK HERE for more info and the DOWNLOAD links.

>>> CLICK HERE for the Frequently Asked Questions list.

Current features:

Root and CWM:
- Automatically installs root (su) but can be disabled
- Includes CWM Recovery

Screen and misc tweaks:
- MDNIE screen sharpness tuning (improves text readability)
- MDNIE color tuning (reduces over-saturation of color)
- init.d, TUN, CIFS, IPV6 Privacy support

Performance:
- CPU governor tweaks: increase responsiveness
- IO tweaks
- Read ahead tweaks
- Compiled with optimizations using CodeSourcery GCC toolchain
- Switched to SLAB instead of SLUB
- Optimized GPU DVFS
- Optimized CPU hotplug
- ARM CPU topology support
- SCHED_MC multi-core aware scheduler

Turned off unnecessary logging for better smoothness and efficiency:
- Disabled Android Debug Logger / logcat
- Disabled Samsung debug
- Disabled various kernel debugging, statistics and tracing options

>>> CLICK HERE for the CHANGELOG.

Instructions on how to enable logcat and disable auto-root are in the 3rd post (below).

>>> CLICK HERE for more info and the DOWNLOAD links.
 
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hardcore

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Sep 12, 2006
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Here is how to change some of the kernel configurations:

[HOW TO ENABLE LOGCAT]

If you are a developer or want to re-enable logcat for whatever reason, do this:

adb shell
su
mount -o remount,rw /system
echo ANDROIDLOGGER >> /system/etc/tweaks.conf
mount -o remount,ro /system

[HOW TO DISABLE AUTO-ROOT]

Create a file called ".noautoroot" in either /system or /data. This will disable the auto root installation. This example, shows how to remove root completely:

adb root
adb shell
mount -o remount,rw /system
rm /system/xbin/su
rm /system/app/Superuser.apk
rm /data/app/Superuser.apk
touch /system/.noautoroot
mount -o remount,ro /system
sync
reboot

[HOW TO RE-ENABLE AUTO-ROOT]

adb root
adb shell
mount -o remount,rw /system
rm /system/.noautoroot
mount -o remount,ro /system
sync
reboot
 

heatledger

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Jul 20, 2010
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thanks for what you have done! I (and sure we all) really appreciate what you did!
 

LoVeRice

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Mar 14, 2011
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Re: [KERNEL] SpeedMod N7000 Jelly Bean [K5-1 CWM CIFS ROOT / NO-ROOT]

Yeeeee! Thankx hardcore =D






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rraaka

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yoo hooooo !!! i couldnt believe my eyes :D
thanks for keeping your promise :eek:
 

Fieah

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Jun 15, 2012
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Re: [KERNEL] SpeedMod N7000 Jelly Bean [K5-1 CWM CIFS ROOT / NO-ROOT]

Wow~!
I'm so ffffing excited to see this thread!
Thank you hardcore:D

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hellborne

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Mar 21, 2012
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Απ: [KERNEL] SpeedMod N7000 Jelly Bean [K5-1 CWM CIFS ROOT / NO-ROOT]

Thanks a lot mate.. will this work with alliance jelly bean..?

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fvb23

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Ynt: [KERNEL] SpeedMod N7000 Jelly Bean [K5-1 CWM CIFS ROOT / NO-ROOT]

Can you add overclock feature to this Kernel please....
 

the_chemistry

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Apr 6, 2012
143
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Kuala Terengganu
Re: [KERNEL] SpeedMod N7000 Jelly Bean [K5-1 CWM CIFS ROOT / NO-ROOT]

I have some question,
Assuming that I came from philz safe kernel;

1.is this kernel (cwm version) triangle-free? 2.Will it increase the binary count
3.is it safe from jb bootlop bug
4. Do we need to flash the "secondary bootloader" after flashing this kernel? :confused:

Sent from my GT-N7000 using xda premium
 

zai89

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Jul 15, 2012
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Re: [KERNEL] SpeedMod N7000 Jelly Bean [K5-1 CWM CIFS ROOT / NO-ROOT]

Force reboot ( 7sec on power button ) and force power off ( pull out battery )...and phone boot up nicely..no more bootloop..:)

No need to flash JB bootloader..exactly it never solve bootloop bug on JB..

Tag : Bootloop, bootloader

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rraaka

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Sep 8, 2010
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I have some question,
Assuming that I came from philz safe kernel;

1.is this kernel (cwm version) triangle-free? 2.Will it increase the binary count
3.is it safe from jb bootlop bug
4. Do we need to flash the "secondary bootloader" after flashing this kernel? :confused:

Sent from my GT-N7000 using xda premium

1 Yes 2. No (unless you flash the tar file with pc odin)

3. Yes, (refer Thai's tests on post above yours) but needs more testing....
4. No
 
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moviecut

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AW: [KERNEL] SpeedMod N7000 Jelly Bean [K5-1 CWM CIFS ROOT / NO-ROOT]

I have some question,
Assuming that I came from philz safe kernel;

1.is this kernel (cwm version) triangle-free? 2.Will it increase the binary count
3.is it safe from jb bootlop bug
4. Do we need to flash the "secondary bootloader" after flashing this kernel? :confused:

Sent from my GT-N7000 using xda premium

1. Yes 2. No 3. I think so, but not tested 4.? I dont think that you need to flash any bootloader after this

Edit: 3) zai89 tested it. No bootloop!

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kevintangi

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Re: [KERNEL] SpeedMod N7000 Jelly Bean [K5-1 CWM CIFS ROOT / NO-ROOT]

Hi guys,

This is the SpeedMod kernel for the Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000 Jelly Bean.
This kernel is only for Samsung JB ROMs.

This kernel has MMC_CAP_ERASE disabled, which should prevent the "hard brick" bug.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1633943


SpeedMod's core features are:
- Super stable: No undervolting, overclocking or potentially unstable modifications
- Fast and smooth: Compiler and code optimizations
- Excellent battery life: Remove unecessary logging and debugging

>>> CLICK HERE for more info and the DOWNLOAD links.

>>> CLICK HERE for the Frequently Asked Questions list.

Current features:

Root and CWM:
- Automatically installs root (su) but can be disabled
- Includes CWM Recovery

Screen and misc tweaks:
- MDNIE screen sharpness tuning (improves text readability)
- MDNIE color tuning (reduces over-saturation of color)
- init.d, TUN, CIFS, IPV6 Privacy support

Performance:
- CPU governor tweaks: increase responsiveness
- IO tweaks
- Read ahead tweaks
- Compiled with optimizations using CodeSourcery GCC toolchain
- Switched to SLAB instead of SLUB
- Optimized GPU DVFS
- Optimized CPU hotplug
- ARM CPU topology support
- SCHED_MC multi-core aware scheduler

Turned off unnecessary logging for better smoothness and efficiency:
- Disabled Android Debug Logger / logcat
- Disabled Samsung debug
- Disabled various kernel debugging, statistics and tracing options

>>> CLICK HERE for the CHANGELOG.

Instructions on how to enable logcat and disable auto-root are in the 3rd post (below).

>>> CLICK HERE for more info and the DOWNLOAD links.

Yeeaahh thanks hardcore ! I've been waiting for this !

Sent from my GT-P6200 using Tapatalk HD
 

Messatsu

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Aug 10, 2010
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Thank you hardcore! :victory: Will give it a try right now.

By curiosity, do you plan to add BLN support in the future?
 
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    Hi guys,

    This is the SpeedMod kernel for the Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000 Jelly Bean.
    This kernel is only for Samsung JB ROMs.

    This kernel has MMC_CAP_ERASE disabled, which should prevent the "hard brick" bug.
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1633943


    SpeedMod's core features are:
    - Super stable: No undervolting, overclocking or potentially unstable modifications
    - Fast and smooth: Compiler and code optimizations
    - Excellent battery life: Remove unecessary logging and debugging

    >>> CLICK HERE for more info and the DOWNLOAD links.

    >>> CLICK HERE for the Frequently Asked Questions list.

    Current features:

    Root and CWM:
    - Automatically installs root (su) but can be disabled
    - Includes CWM Recovery

    Screen and misc tweaks:
    - MDNIE screen sharpness tuning (improves text readability)
    - MDNIE color tuning (reduces over-saturation of color)
    - init.d, TUN, CIFS, IPV6 Privacy support

    Performance:
    - CPU governor tweaks: increase responsiveness
    - IO tweaks
    - Read ahead tweaks
    - Compiled with optimizations using CodeSourcery GCC toolchain
    - Switched to SLAB instead of SLUB
    - Optimized GPU DVFS
    - Optimized CPU hotplug
    - ARM CPU topology support
    - SCHED_MC multi-core aware scheduler

    Turned off unnecessary logging for better smoothness and efficiency:
    - Disabled Android Debug Logger / logcat
    - Disabled Samsung debug
    - Disabled various kernel debugging, statistics and tracing options

    >>> CLICK HERE for the CHANGELOG.

    Instructions on how to enable logcat and disable auto-root are in the 3rd post (below).

    >>> CLICK HERE for more info and the DOWNLOAD links.
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    Here is how to change some of the kernel configurations:

    [HOW TO ENABLE LOGCAT]

    If you are a developer or want to re-enable logcat for whatever reason, do this:

    adb shell
    su
    mount -o remount,rw /system
    echo ANDROIDLOGGER >> /system/etc/tweaks.conf
    mount -o remount,ro /system

    [HOW TO DISABLE AUTO-ROOT]

    Create a file called ".noautoroot" in either /system or /data. This will disable the auto root installation. This example, shows how to remove root completely:

    adb root
    adb shell
    mount -o remount,rw /system
    rm /system/xbin/su
    rm /system/app/Superuser.apk
    rm /data/app/Superuser.apk
    touch /system/.noautoroot
    mount -o remount,ro /system
    sync
    reboot

    [HOW TO RE-ENABLE AUTO-ROOT]

    adb root
    adb shell
    mount -o remount,rw /system
    rm /system/.noautoroot
    mount -o remount,ro /system
    sync
    reboot
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    K5-2:
    - Rebuilt using GCC 4.7 toolchain from Android NDK r8e
    - Enabled GCC 4.7 LTO (Link Time Optimization)
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    K5-5:
    - Rebuilt using GCC 4.6 toolchain from Android NDK r8e

    I think the kernel behaves a bit better built using GCC 4.6, compared to GCC 4.7 with LTO.