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[KERNEL] SpeedMod N7000 [K2-12 CWM5 CIFS ROOT / NO-ROOT]

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hardcore

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Hi guys,

This is the SpeedMod kernel for the Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000.

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
- 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
- Updated to jhash3
- Compiled with optimizations using Linaro 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 the DOWNLOAD links.
 
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hardcore

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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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eybee1970

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Jan 22, 2010
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great you are here, hardcore....love your kernel on SGS2! :)
You think about building in Voodoo louder support?
 

killerjohn

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Sep 20, 2008
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OMG hardcore, you are here too! This is insane :) Most of the SGS2 devs are slowly showing up in the Note dev section too :eek:
 

trinev

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Dec 13, 2011
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great! Flashing now! :)

Eybee let me know how it works I'm looking for a jernel change and FM does not convince me very much.

I think this might be the one with good performance but near to stock battery life.

Thank you so much for creating this kernel to the dev.:thumbup:

Tapatalking
 

gee2012

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Jul 13, 2010
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Thank you for coming to the GNote. Really missed your kernels from the S2 but i have one question.
Will flash it later but is the version of cwm recovery 5.0.2.7?
 

xda890

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Oct 26, 2007
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Just a quick question: Can I enable logcat when I need to see logs with this kernel? (I need to see my own logs sometimes..)


Regards,

BTJ
 

kunalparwani

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May 27, 2011
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To people who are using it-
1)How is the smoothness?
2)How is the battery life?

I've been using AbyssNote for quite a while, but now the developer has really messed it up, 1.6 was probably the best, and I haven't found any release after 2.3 to be satisfactory. So the question now is, This or FM kernel?
 

eybee1970

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Jan 22, 2010
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Eybee let me know how it works I'm looking for a jernel change and FM does not convince me very much.

I think this might be the one with good performance but near to stock battery life.

Thank you so much for creating this kernel to the dev.:thumbup:

Tapatalking

Flash it, my friend! :)
To people who are using it-
1)How is the smoothness?
2)How is the battery life?

I've been using AbyssNote for quite a while, but now the developer has really messed it up, 1.6 was probably the best, and I haven't found any release after 2.3 to be satisfactory. So the question now is, This or FM kernel?

1) Smoothness is great (on Rocket ROM v17)
2) how could anyone tell after minutes of using???

btw, I don't like you are talking about Angelom...he messed nothing up imho!
 

trinev

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Dec 13, 2011
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Already flashed, I have the perception that the Touch screen is a little less senstive is this even possible or I am paranoid?

It works fine for me, smooth and clean.

Tapatalking
 

mzakirh

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Nov 4, 2007
360
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Bangalore
hey hardcore:D
flashed every kernel of yours on my SGS2. Great fan of yours.Moved on to The Note 2 months back. Was wondering if you would ever switch over to The Note. So happy to see you here.!!!:p
Flashed the K1-1 Test. Its running smooth as butter. Looking forward to the final one.
 

trinev

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Dec 13, 2011
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Hi guys,

This is the SpeedMod kernel for the Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000.

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

I gues OC is not what he is looking for, I have tried 1080p and harcore games on my note without any OC perfextly fine is every body so enthusiastic about overclocking something that is already super fast.

Sent from my GT-N7000 using Tapatalk
 

jakiman

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Nov 14, 2010
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Dots this kernel have ntfs read/write support?
If it doors, then I'm definitely gonna try this. =)
 

iCatchU

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Aug 25, 2010
97
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Hardcore! Soooo glad to see you here!

I have been following your kernel since GS. Great job!

One question...I have rooted my Note by "Easy rooting toolkit (v1.0) created by DooMLoRD".

Do I have to unroot prior to flashing SpeedMod?

Thanks.
 
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    Hi guys,

    This is the SpeedMod kernel for the Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000.

    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
    - 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
    - Updated to jhash3
    - Compiled with optimizations using Linaro 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 the DOWNLOAD links.
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    K2-6:
    - Improved integrated DVFS based CPU hotplug policy
    - Adjustments to CPU and GPU DVFS
    - GPU base clock set back to 160MHz
    - Switched to TREE_PREEMPT_RCU
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    I've been a bit busy lately, but finally found some time to update the kernel to the latest source code. This works with the latest firmware versions (tested DXLC2) as well as previuos versions.

    This should also hopefully fix the problem for people who had different hardware revisions and were having the lockscreen corruption problem.

    K2-1:
    - Built on new GT-N7000_GB_Opensource_Update1 source code
    - Updated toolchain to Linaro GCC 2012.03
    - Minor adjustments to GPU voltage for increased stability
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    K2-9:
    - Changes to compiler flags based on Linaro Android 2011.10