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Tkkg1994

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SuperStock-Kernel for SM-G930F/FD/K/L/S/W8 models

25537-17dc4354536c8b02c7dc98bbd274b9a3.jpg


Supports Touchwiz (S7 Version) 6.0.1 from BPH6 and higher

IF YOU FOLLOW MY STEPS BELOW, YOU WILL LOSE YOUR WARRANTY, KNOX WILL DISPLAY 0x1! I'M NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGED DEVICE!

If you want to take my work and need it somewhere, or do other things with it, ask me first for the permission. Otherwise you are not allowed to take it! Thank you :)!

Features of this Kernel:
- Build with latest google toolchain 4.9
- Build with ERH1 kernel source!
- Latest Linux version 3.18.120, is always up to date
- Performance and Batterylife improved
- Choose between different CPU governors: performance, powersave, userspace, ondemand, interactiv (default), conservative
- Built with latest ramdisk sources from samsung (ERG2)
- I/O schedulers: CFQ (Default), No-op, Deadline, BFQ, ROW, fifo, fiops, sio, sioplus, tripndroid, zen, vr
- Fixed power efficient wq permission
- Critical TCP bug fixed
- Zram LZ4 enabled
- Allow ADB-Insecure
- TCP (Network) control: Bic (default), Reno, cubic, Westwood, Highspeed, Hybla, HTCP, Vegas, Veno, Scalable, LP, Yeah and Illinois
- Selinux is set to permissive
- All samsung related configs disabled (as knox, tima, restrict rooting)

Download:
Marshmallow V1.X:

Nougat V2.X:

Oreo V3.X:

Download page on GrifoDev
All releases on AndroidFilehost

Bugs/Problems:
- None

Instructions:
1. Download kernel
2. Boot into recovery mode
3. Flash kernel
4. Flash any other file which affects ramdisk (such as supersu, xposed, magisk etc.)
5. Reboot

If you wanna join the beta tester group, download yourself telegram and click on the chat link: Telegram Group

Support:
If you like my work, feel free to hit thanks and/or give me a small donation by clicking the link right below. Thank you very much in any way! :D :good:

PayPal

Credits/Thanks:
- Samsung for sources
- the great linus for his amazing kernel source
- arter97
- Jesec for his great fingerprint fix
- dorimanx
- AndreiLux
- halaskz
- neobuddy83

XDA:DevDB Information
SuperStock for herolte, Kernel for the Samsung Galaxy S7

Contributors
Tkkg1994
Source Code: https://github.com/GrifoDev/SuperKernel/tree/TW80-stock

Kernel Special Features:

Version Information
Status: Stable
Current Stable Version: V3.1.0
Stable Release Date: 2018-08-31

Created 2016-09-02
Last Updated 2018-09-25
 

Tkkg1994

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Changelogs

Old Changelogs:
SuperStock V1.3.5:
- Initial release on XDA

SuperStock V1.4:
- Ramdisk update to BPHJ
- Source update to BPHJ (including new HMP opimizations)
- Linux version updated to 3.18.42

SuperStock V1.4.5:
- Ramdisk update to BPIF
- Linux updated to latest 3.18.43
- added following ioscheds: BFQ, ROW, fifo, fiops, sio, sioplus, tripndroid, zen, vr

SuperStock V1.5:
- updated base to BPJ7
- updated ramdisk to BPJ7
- updated linux to 3.18.44
- patched CVE-2016-5195

SuperStock V1.5.5:
- Updated to BPJG latest source drop
- Updated to BPJG ramdisk

SuperStock V1.5.6:
- Samsung seems quite busy on nougat, no big changes in kernel since a while, however here's latest update
- Used lates BPL3 ramdisk (source code is still the same)
- Updated linux to 3.18.45 version

SuperStock V1.6:
- Small update to latest BPL3 source drop (mainly driver changes)

SuperStock V1.6.5:
- Rebased on latest BPLB Kernel source drop
- Updated ramdisk to latest BPLB
- Updated Linux version to 3.18.46

SuperStock V2.0:
- This is ONLY FOR NOUGAT, NOT FOR MM!!
- Based on latest DPLT source drop
- Including all previous features of SuperStock kernel
- Updated f2fs to latest backport available from jaegeuk
- Updated all mcRegistry files
- Updated ramdisk to DPLT
- Changed toolchain to my own cortex a53 optimized 6.3.0 (selfmade)

SuperStock V2.0.1:
- Possibly fixed wifi problem
- Some other small adjustments

SuperStock V2.0.2:
- Updated ramdisk to DQAS
- Updated linux to 3.18.47
- Added K/L/S variants separately (that's why the zip file is so big)
- No more variant choose, 1 file to support them all (exynos variants)

SuperStock V2.1.5:
- Ramdisk update to DQB3
- Source drop update to DQB3
- Linux update to 3.18.48
- mcRegistry updated to DQB3
- Use only F/FD kernels for all models (since K/L/S use F/FD roms too)

SuperStock V2.2.0:
- Based on latest DQB7 source drop release
- Updated to latest DQB7 ramdisk
- Fake knox 0x0 (as in superman-rom 2.2 or superstock-rom 2.5)
- Fixed init.d not working correctly sometimes

SuperStock V2.3.0:
- Updated to latest DQBO source drop
- DQBO ramdisk
- DQBO mcRegistry files
- Updated included kernel scripts
- Moved wakelock script into kernel ramdisk for better compatibility
- Fixed some more safetynet flags
- Added a deep sleep fix so let me know if your phone is consuming more or less battery over night
- Updated to latest GNU selfmade toolchain (since linaro always gave problems like VoLTE..)

SuperStock V2.4.2:
- Based on latest DQCG release
- Updated ramdisk to DQCG release
- DQGC mcRegistry files updated
- Added and reworked scripts to fake knox (should also work with supersu now)
- Added PWM flicker free patch

SuperStock V2.4.3:
- killed PWM flicker free (Reason; contrast is ugly, gear vr is broken, possibly some other unknown issues)
- fake encryption added (this may help for samsung pass to work, you have to test)
- resetprop has been updated

SuperStock V2.5.0:
- Source updgraded to DQD1 (same as DQD2)
- Ramdisk updated to DQD2
- mcRegistry updated to DQD2
- Disabled fake encryption (broke OTG on SuperStock-Kernel)

SuperStock V2.5.2:
- Ramdisk updated to DQD3
- mcRegistry files updated to DQD3
- Linux version updated to 3.18.51

SuperStock V2.6.1:
- Updated to DQEF source code
- Updated ramdisk to DQEF
- Added more flags to resetprop (secret mode in browser should work again, at least it did on the s8)
- Updated to most recent f2fs branch from official google supporter
- Updated Linux to 3.18.56
- Updated mcRegistry to DQEF

SuperStock V2.7.0:
- Based on latest DQFM source code
- Ramdisk updated to latest DQFM
- Updated linux to 3.18.60
- Reverted a patch in one of those linux updates which broke deepsleep in some cases
- Changed code for mcRegistries: they won't get replaced anymore, it just deletes the "bad" file

SuperStock V2.7.2:
- Based on latest DQG1 source code
- Ramdisk updated to latest DQG1
- Updated linux to 3.18.66
- Includes GPU libs, so there is no chance after another kernel this will bootloop!
- Since samsung is not updating their kernels very frequently on the s7, I thought I better push out some small updates

SuperStock V2.8.0:
- DQH8 source drop update
- DQHY ramdisk update
- Linux update to 3.18.70
- Toolchain update to GNU GCC 6.4.0 @djb77

SuperStock-Kernel V2.9.0:
- Finally an awesome update to DQIC with a much higher changelist!
- DQIC ramdisk update
- Linux update to 3.18.72
- Updated AIK to V2.9

SuperStock-Kernel V2.10.0:
- DQJ1 source drop update
- DQJ1 ramdisk update
- Linux update to 3.18.77
- 6.4.1 toolchain update to @djb77

SuperStock-Kernel V2.10.1:
- DQK1 source code shares the same source as DQJ1, that's why it's only a small change
- DQK1 ramdisk update
- Linux update to 3.18.83
- Toolchain updated thanks to @djb77

SuperStock-Kernel V2.10.5:
- DQLF still has the same kernel source code as DQK1
- DQLF ramdisk update
- Linux updated to latest 3.18.91
- Updated toolchain
- F2fs update to latest release
- AIK updated to v3.1

SuperStock-Kernel V2.11.0:
- DRAG source code update
- DRAG ramdisk update
- Linux update to 3.18.94
- Toolchain updated thanks to @djb77


SuperStock-Kernel V3.0.2:
- This kernel can only be used on OREO stock based roms (No ports!)
- Updated kernel source to most recent ERG2 code (rebuild from scratch)
- Updated ramdisk to ERG2
- Changed toolchain to google 4.9 for better compatibility
- Updated AIK to 3.3
- Updated f2fs to most recent available
- Updated linux to 3.18.118

SuperStock-Kernel V3.1.0:
- Source code based on ERH1
- Updated linux to 3.18.120
- Fixed samsungs mismatch in kernel compilation
 
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kotaxor

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More choices in I/O scheduler would be much appreciated.

Cheers

Edit: does not have deadline scheduler
 
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I think that Row scheduler whould be better than any other because:
The ROW I/O scheduler was developed with the mobile devices needs in mind. In mobile devices, we favor user experience upon everything else, thus we want to give READ I/O requests as much priority as possible. In mobile devices we won't have as much parallel threads as on desktops. Usually it's a single thread or at most 2 simultaneous working threads for read & write. Favoring READ requests over WRITEs decreases the READ latency greatly. The main idea of the ROW scheduling policy is: If there are READ requests in pipe - dispatch them but don't starve the WRITE requests too much.

Benefits:
- Faster UI navigation and better overall phone experience
- Faster boot times and app launch times

Disadvantages:
- Not great for heavy multitasking
- Slower write speeds

---------- Post added at 05:43 PM ---------- Previous post was at 05:41 PM ----------

CFQ:
Completely Fair Queuing scheduler maintains a scalable per-process I/O queue and attempts to distribute the available I/O bandwidth equally among all I/O requests. Each per-process queue contains synchronous requests from processes. Time slice allocated for each queue depends on the priority of the 'parent' process. V2 of CFQ has some fixes which solves process' i/o starvation and some small backward seeks in the hope of improving responsiveness.

Benefits:
- Has a well balanced I/O performance
- Excellent on multiprocessor systems
- Regarded as a stable I/O scheduler
- Good for multitasking

Disadvantages:
- Some users report media scanning takes longest to complete using CFQ. This could be because of the property that since the bandwidth is equally distributed to all i/o operations during boot-up, media scanning is not given any special priority.
- Jitter (worst case delay) can sometimes be very high because the number of competing with each other process tasks
- Under constant load, the phone will experience increased I/O latency due to the way how the scheduler tries to create 'fairness'

---------- Post added at 05:43 PM ---------- Previous post was at 05:43 PM ----------

What do you think?
 

lost_

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Not to start an off-topic discussion on its pros and cons, but would you ever consider adding F2FS support?
 

KaspaII

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Thank you for new kernel. I flashed it with Supersu and after reboot I have no root (Supersu has no binary)...
Can you show me files with I need flash after kernel (I have your superrom v12. With su and xposed)?


Sent from my SM-G930F using XDA-Developers mobile app
 

Tkkg1994

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Thank you for new kernel. I flashed it with Supersu and after reboot I have no root (Supersu has no binary)...
Can you show me files with I need flash after kernel (I have your superrom v12. With su and xposed)?


Sent from my SM-G930F using XDA-Developers mobile app
With xposed you use magsik then. Reflash magisk, xposed and phhs root
Not to start an off-topic discussion on its pros and cons, but would you ever consider adding F2FS support?
Not thought about it. Maybe I mean why not :)
I think that Row scheduler whould be better than any other because:
The ROW I/O scheduler was developed with the mobile devices needs in mind. In mobile devices, we favor user experience upon everything else, thus we want to give READ I/O requests as much priority as possible. In mobile devices we won't have as much parallel threads as on desktops. Usually it's a single thread or at most 2 simultaneous working threads for read & write. Favoring READ requests over WRITEs decreases the READ latency greatly. The main idea of the ROW scheduling policy is: If there are READ requests in pipe - dispatch them but don't starve the WRITE requests too much.

Benefits:
- Faster UI navigation and better overall phone experience
- Faster boot times and app launch times

Disadvantages:
- Not great for heavy multitasking
- Slower write speeds

---------- Post added at 05:43 PM ---------- Previous post was at 05:41 PM ----------

CFQ:
Completely Fair Queuing scheduler maintains a scalable per-process I/O queue and attempts to distribute the available I/O bandwidth equally among all I/O requests. Each per-process queue contains synchronous requests from processes. Time slice allocated for each queue depends on the priority of the 'parent' process. V2 of CFQ has some fixes which solves process' i/o starvation and some small backward seeks in the hope of improving responsiveness.

Benefits:
- Has a well balanced I/O performance
- Excellent on multiprocessor systems
- Regarded as a stable I/O scheduler
- Good for multitasking

Disadvantages:
- Some users report media scanning takes longest to complete using CFQ. This could be because of the property that since the bandwidth is equally distributed to all i/o operations during boot-up, media scanning is not given any special priority.
- Jitter (worst case delay) can sometimes be very high because the number of competing with each other process tasks
- Under constant load, the phone will experience increased I/O latency due to the way how the scheduler tries to create 'fairness'

---------- Post added at 05:43 PM ---------- Previous post was at 05:43 PM ----------

What do you think?
Row is developed by qualcom. Will see if I add it

Sent from my SuperMan powered SM-G930F
 
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Thx. A version that's stable like this one with all the features of Super kernel would be great. Thus a Super kernel with stock values because when I lower values it stil freezes and I don't know stock values from many things.

Sent from my lightning fast SM-G930F (S7)
 

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Thx. A version that's stable like this one with all the features of Super kernel would be great. Thus a Super kernel with stock values because when I lower values it stil freezes and I don't know stock values from many things.

Sent from my lightning fast SM-G930F (S7)
Yes I am thinking of disabling UC freqs and just OC the phone (on superkernel)
 
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    SuperStock-Kernel for SM-G930F/FD/K/L/S/W8 models

    25537-17dc4354536c8b02c7dc98bbd274b9a3.jpg


    Supports Touchwiz (S7 Version) 6.0.1 from BPH6 and higher

    IF YOU FOLLOW MY STEPS BELOW, YOU WILL LOSE YOUR WARRANTY, KNOX WILL DISPLAY 0x1! I'M NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGED DEVICE!

    If you want to take my work and need it somewhere, or do other things with it, ask me first for the permission. Otherwise you are not allowed to take it! Thank you :)!

    Features of this Kernel:
    - Build with latest google toolchain 4.9
    - Build with ERH1 kernel source!
    - Latest Linux version 3.18.120, is always up to date
    - Performance and Batterylife improved
    - Choose between different CPU governors: performance, powersave, userspace, ondemand, interactiv (default), conservative
    - Built with latest ramdisk sources from samsung (ERG2)
    - I/O schedulers: CFQ (Default), No-op, Deadline, BFQ, ROW, fifo, fiops, sio, sioplus, tripndroid, zen, vr
    - Fixed power efficient wq permission
    - Critical TCP bug fixed
    - Zram LZ4 enabled
    - Allow ADB-Insecure
    - TCP (Network) control: Bic (default), Reno, cubic, Westwood, Highspeed, Hybla, HTCP, Vegas, Veno, Scalable, LP, Yeah and Illinois
    - Selinux is set to permissive
    - All samsung related configs disabled (as knox, tima, restrict rooting)

    Download:
    Marshmallow V1.X:

    Nougat V2.X:

    Oreo V3.X:

    Download page on GrifoDev
    All releases on AndroidFilehost

    Bugs/Problems:
    - None

    Instructions:
    1. Download kernel
    2. Boot into recovery mode
    3. Flash kernel
    4. Flash any other file which affects ramdisk (such as supersu, xposed, magisk etc.)
    5. Reboot

    If you wanna join the beta tester group, download yourself telegram and click on the chat link: Telegram Group

    Support:
    If you like my work, feel free to hit thanks and/or give me a small donation by clicking the link right below. Thank you very much in any way! :D :good:

    PayPal

    Credits/Thanks:
    - Samsung for sources
    - the great linus for his amazing kernel source
    - arter97
    - Jesec for his great fingerprint fix
    - dorimanx
    - AndreiLux
    - halaskz
    - neobuddy83

    XDA:DevDB Information
    SuperStock for herolte, Kernel for the Samsung Galaxy S7

    Contributors
    Tkkg1994
    Source Code: https://github.com/GrifoDev/SuperKernel/tree/TW80-stock

    Kernel Special Features:

    Version Information
    Status: Stable
    Current Stable Version: V3.1.0
    Stable Release Date: 2018-08-31

    Created 2016-09-02
    Last Updated 2018-09-25
    28
    Changelogs

    Old Changelogs:
    SuperStock V1.3.5:
    - Initial release on XDA

    SuperStock V1.4:
    - Ramdisk update to BPHJ
    - Source update to BPHJ (including new HMP opimizations)
    - Linux version updated to 3.18.42

    SuperStock V1.4.5:
    - Ramdisk update to BPIF
    - Linux updated to latest 3.18.43
    - added following ioscheds: BFQ, ROW, fifo, fiops, sio, sioplus, tripndroid, zen, vr

    SuperStock V1.5:
    - updated base to BPJ7
    - updated ramdisk to BPJ7
    - updated linux to 3.18.44
    - patched CVE-2016-5195

    SuperStock V1.5.5:
    - Updated to BPJG latest source drop
    - Updated to BPJG ramdisk

    SuperStock V1.5.6:
    - Samsung seems quite busy on nougat, no big changes in kernel since a while, however here's latest update
    - Used lates BPL3 ramdisk (source code is still the same)
    - Updated linux to 3.18.45 version

    SuperStock V1.6:
    - Small update to latest BPL3 source drop (mainly driver changes)

    SuperStock V1.6.5:
    - Rebased on latest BPLB Kernel source drop
    - Updated ramdisk to latest BPLB
    - Updated Linux version to 3.18.46

    SuperStock V2.0:
    - This is ONLY FOR NOUGAT, NOT FOR MM!!
    - Based on latest DPLT source drop
    - Including all previous features of SuperStock kernel
    - Updated f2fs to latest backport available from jaegeuk
    - Updated all mcRegistry files
    - Updated ramdisk to DPLT
    - Changed toolchain to my own cortex a53 optimized 6.3.0 (selfmade)

    SuperStock V2.0.1:
    - Possibly fixed wifi problem
    - Some other small adjustments

    SuperStock V2.0.2:
    - Updated ramdisk to DQAS
    - Updated linux to 3.18.47
    - Added K/L/S variants separately (that's why the zip file is so big)
    - No more variant choose, 1 file to support them all (exynos variants)

    SuperStock V2.1.5:
    - Ramdisk update to DQB3
    - Source drop update to DQB3
    - Linux update to 3.18.48
    - mcRegistry updated to DQB3
    - Use only F/FD kernels for all models (since K/L/S use F/FD roms too)

    SuperStock V2.2.0:
    - Based on latest DQB7 source drop release
    - Updated to latest DQB7 ramdisk
    - Fake knox 0x0 (as in superman-rom 2.2 or superstock-rom 2.5)
    - Fixed init.d not working correctly sometimes

    SuperStock V2.3.0:
    - Updated to latest DQBO source drop
    - DQBO ramdisk
    - DQBO mcRegistry files
    - Updated included kernel scripts
    - Moved wakelock script into kernel ramdisk for better compatibility
    - Fixed some more safetynet flags
    - Added a deep sleep fix so let me know if your phone is consuming more or less battery over night
    - Updated to latest GNU selfmade toolchain (since linaro always gave problems like VoLTE..)

    SuperStock V2.4.2:
    - Based on latest DQCG release
    - Updated ramdisk to DQCG release
    - DQGC mcRegistry files updated
    - Added and reworked scripts to fake knox (should also work with supersu now)
    - Added PWM flicker free patch

    SuperStock V2.4.3:
    - killed PWM flicker free (Reason; contrast is ugly, gear vr is broken, possibly some other unknown issues)
    - fake encryption added (this may help for samsung pass to work, you have to test)
    - resetprop has been updated

    SuperStock V2.5.0:
    - Source updgraded to DQD1 (same as DQD2)
    - Ramdisk updated to DQD2
    - mcRegistry updated to DQD2
    - Disabled fake encryption (broke OTG on SuperStock-Kernel)

    SuperStock V2.5.2:
    - Ramdisk updated to DQD3
    - mcRegistry files updated to DQD3
    - Linux version updated to 3.18.51

    SuperStock V2.6.1:
    - Updated to DQEF source code
    - Updated ramdisk to DQEF
    - Added more flags to resetprop (secret mode in browser should work again, at least it did on the s8)
    - Updated to most recent f2fs branch from official google supporter
    - Updated Linux to 3.18.56
    - Updated mcRegistry to DQEF

    SuperStock V2.7.0:
    - Based on latest DQFM source code
    - Ramdisk updated to latest DQFM
    - Updated linux to 3.18.60
    - Reverted a patch in one of those linux updates which broke deepsleep in some cases
    - Changed code for mcRegistries: they won't get replaced anymore, it just deletes the "bad" file

    SuperStock V2.7.2:
    - Based on latest DQG1 source code
    - Ramdisk updated to latest DQG1
    - Updated linux to 3.18.66
    - Includes GPU libs, so there is no chance after another kernel this will bootloop!
    - Since samsung is not updating their kernels very frequently on the s7, I thought I better push out some small updates

    SuperStock V2.8.0:
    - DQH8 source drop update
    - DQHY ramdisk update
    - Linux update to 3.18.70
    - Toolchain update to GNU GCC 6.4.0 @djb77

    SuperStock-Kernel V2.9.0:
    - Finally an awesome update to DQIC with a much higher changelist!
    - DQIC ramdisk update
    - Linux update to 3.18.72
    - Updated AIK to V2.9

    SuperStock-Kernel V2.10.0:
    - DQJ1 source drop update
    - DQJ1 ramdisk update
    - Linux update to 3.18.77
    - 6.4.1 toolchain update to @djb77

    SuperStock-Kernel V2.10.1:
    - DQK1 source code shares the same source as DQJ1, that's why it's only a small change
    - DQK1 ramdisk update
    - Linux update to 3.18.83
    - Toolchain updated thanks to @djb77

    SuperStock-Kernel V2.10.5:
    - DQLF still has the same kernel source code as DQK1
    - DQLF ramdisk update
    - Linux updated to latest 3.18.91
    - Updated toolchain
    - F2fs update to latest release
    - AIK updated to v3.1

    SuperStock-Kernel V2.11.0:
    - DRAG source code update
    - DRAG ramdisk update
    - Linux update to 3.18.94
    - Toolchain updated thanks to @djb77


    SuperStock-Kernel V3.0.2:
    - This kernel can only be used on OREO stock based roms (No ports!)
    - Updated kernel source to most recent ERG2 code (rebuild from scratch)
    - Updated ramdisk to ERG2
    - Changed toolchain to google 4.9 for better compatibility
    - Updated AIK to 3.3
    - Updated f2fs to most recent available
    - Updated linux to 3.18.118

    SuperStock-Kernel V3.1.0:
    - Source code based on ERH1
    - Updated linux to 3.18.120
    - Fixed samsungs mismatch in kernel compilation
    17
    Nougat Update

    SuperStock V2.0:
    - This is ONLY FOR NOUGAT, NOT FOR MM!!
    - Based on latest DPLT source drop
    - Including all previous features of SuperStock kernel
    - Updated f2fs to latest backport available from jaegeuk
    - Updated all mcRegistry files
    - Updated ramdisk to DPLT
    - Changed toolchain to my own cortex a53 optimized 6.3.0 (selfmade)

    So here we go with the first kernel released on XDA supporting latest Nougat build, here you go:
    SuperStock-Kernel V2.0

    Have fun! If anything unexpected happens, let me know
    16
    Release SuperStock-Kernel

    SuperStock V2.0.2:
    - Updated ramdisk to DQAS
    - Updated linux to 3.18.47
    - Added K/L/S variants separately (that's why the zip file is so big)
    - No more variant choose, 1 file to support them all (exynos variants)

    Download V2.0.2
    12
    Oreo is here

    SuperStock-Kernel V3.0.2:
    - This kernel can only be used on OREO stock based roms (No ports!)
    - Updated kernel source to most recent ERG2 code (rebuild from scratch)
    - Updated ramdisk to ERG2
    - Changed toolchain to google 4.9 for better compatibility
    - Updated AIK to 3.3
    - Updated f2fs to most recent available
    - Updated linux to 3.18.118

    Due to quota support, please make sure to use this TWRP :good:

    Downloads:
    via GrifoDev
    via AFH