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[Kernel|TH4|Android 10]BeastMode Kernel vR154 for N960F (Linux 4.9.236)

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freeza

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Incoming beast. Better post later.

Based on Linux 4.9.236
-Optimized Defconfig
-Overclock BIG and little cores
-Improved multicore performance
-RGB color driver
-LED Fade
-Configurable CRC
-Configurable Fsync
-Personal tweaks
-Overclock GPU (600MHz)
-Add BFQ, FIOPS, SIO, and ZEN io schedulers.
-Configurable selinux
-Boeffla Wakelock blocker
-WireGuard support
-Wake Gestures
-and MORE!

Thanks:
@flar2
@Eamo5
@farovitus
@ianmacd


Download: BeastMode Kernel vR154

XDA:DevDB Information
BeastMode kernel for N960F, Kernel for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Contributors
freeza
Source Code: https://github.com/freeza-inc/bm-galaxy-note9-exynos-q

Kernel Special Features:

Version Information
Status: Stable
Current Stable Version: vR154
Stable Release Date: 2020-09-12

Created 2018-10-16
Last Updated 2020-09-12
 

freeza

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Changelog:
vR154: Linux 4.9.236
-Merge TH4 changes
vR152: Linux 4.9.235
-Updated OS level to 09-2020
vR150: Linux 4.9.234
vR149: Linux 4.9.233
-Updated OS level to 08-2020
vR148: Linux 4.9.232
vR147: Linux 4.9.231
-TG3 merge
vR146 v2: Linux 4.9.230
-Updated ramdisk elements and OS level 07-2020
vR146: Linux 4.9.230
-Fixed LED notification
-Fixed Verified boot state showing in edxposed/other apps
vR145: Linux 4.9.229
vR144: Linux 4.9.228
vR143: Linux 4.9.227
-Updated to TF5
-Updated OS LEVEL to 2020-06
vR141: Linux 4.9.226
vR140: Linux 4.9.225
vR139: Linux 4.9.224
vR137: Linux 4.9.223
-Updated OS level to 2020-05
vR136: Linux 4.9.222
vR135: Linux 4.9.221
vR134: Linux 4.9.220
-Extended wakelock block list extensively
vR131: Linux 4.9.219
vR130: Linux 4.9.218
-Android 10
-TCA Source
-OS level increased to April 1, 2020
-Updated defconfig tweaks
vR91: Linux 4.9.206
-OS level increased to December 1, 2019
vR90: Linux 4.9.205
vR89: Linux 4.9.204
vR88: Linux 4.9.203
vR86: Linux 4.9.202
vR85: Linux 4.9.201
vR84: Linux 4.9.200
vR83: Linux 4.9.199
-OS Level increased to November 1, 2019
-Ramdisk from SJ1
vR82: Linux 4.9.198
vR81: Linux 4.9.197
vR80: Linux 4.9.196
-October OS level/ramdisk
-SI3 merges

Older versions:

vR77: Linux 4.9.194
vR76: Linux 4.9.193
-Updated OS level to 2019-9
vR75: Linux 4.9.192
vR74: Linux 4.9.191
vR73: Linux 4.9.190
-Merged SH2 changes
vR71: Linux 4.9.189
vR70: Linux 4.9.188
vR69: Linux 4.9.187
vR68: Linux 4.9.186
-MoroSound 2.0
-Few cherry-picks from TGP Kernel
vR66: Linux 4.9.185
vR65:
-Disabled some more debug stuff
-Destroyed the bug causing the display to become unresponsive, again!
-Few patches and fixes
vR59: Linux 4.9.184
-Reworked sec_debug stuff
vR58:
-Fixed typo in dtsi. Thanks @Eamo5
-Fixed super-slow mo. Thanks @Eamo5 for bringing this to my attention.
vR51: LInux 4.9.183
vR50: Linux 4.9.182
-Updated to pie source (SF9)
-Cherry picked from Endurance @Eamo5) and Exynos Linux Stable (@farovitus).
-Tons of other crap i'll list later.
-Magisk v19 included.
vR32: Linux 4.9.147
-Fix occasional unresponsive touch screen
vR31: Linux 4.9.146
-Disabled Kernel-Assisted Superuser for now
-Updated ramdisk components to RL3
vR30: Linux 4.9.145
-Kernel-Assisted SU enabled
vR28: Linux 4.9.144
-Magisk v18 support
vR27: Linux 4.9.143
vR26: RK2 merge
vR25: Linux 4.9.142
-November patch (oslevel)
vR21: Linux 4.9.137
vR20: Linux 4.9.136
-Fixed GPU voltage table for N960F
-Fixed fast charging toggle not taking effect.
-Re-enabled a few SEC_DEBUG entries
vR13: Linux 4.9.135
vR12: Linux 4.9.134
-Merged with ELS 4.9.133
-Wake Gestures (doubletap2wake, sweep2sleep, sweep2wake)
-UKSM support
-Tweaked out defconfig
-Disabled SEC_DEBUG
-WireGuard support
-RGB (KCAL alternative. find it in /sys/class/mdnie/mdnie/rgb)
-Overclock support
-GPU Voltage table
-Dynamic FSync support
-LED pulse
-CRC configurable
-Enabled many TCP Congestion algorithms
-cmdline safetynet patch
-kthreads on little core/workqueues on small/active cores
-front facing camera fixed
-no more software corruption message
vR02: Linux 4.9.85
-Added BFQ,Zen,SIO,Deadline, and FIOPs IO schedulers
-Added Boeffla Wakelock blocker
-Added generic wakelock blocker (pre-defined wakelocks)
-Disabled Gator driver
vR01: Initial Release.
-Based on RJ1
-Linux 4.9.70.
-Slightly Tweaked defconfig
-Disabled Knox NCM/KAP
-Disabled RKP
-Disabled Root Restriction
-Disabled defex
 
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chrisaw

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This looks interesting!

Please tell me this has wakeblock blocking in! Would take my note 9 to the next level!!
 
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freeza

Recognized Developer
May 28, 2006
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14,157
Pasadena, CA
www.freeza-inc.com

freeza

Recognized Developer
May 28, 2006
5,385
14,157
Pasadena, CA
www.freeza-inc.com
@freeza thanks for this kernel! Just one question, are there any plans to support aosp roms?

I'll definitely try this if I go back to stock

if aosp roms ever get stable enough i will definitely support them. I'm itching to get off of touchwiz myself, but would like more stability and less bugs before i make the jump.
 

ciaox

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Thanks for the Kernel! I noticed lag after 10seconds after reboot. Will this work with ARH6? Cleared dalvik and cache after kernel install.
 

Matrix_Usman

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jeddah
I liked the kernel can i add in my rom? With proper credits and yeah loved to see you making first kernel in note9 section
 

freeza

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May 28, 2006
5,385
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www.freeza-inc.com
Thanks for the Kernel! I noticed lag after 10seconds after reboot. Will this work with ARH6? Cleared dalvik and cache after kernel install.

It's still in the very early stages of completion. Also, it's based on RH7, once i'm done upstreaming, I will patch to RI9, which should get rid of "microlag"

BTW I do notice some more micro lag when opening apps not much but more then with stock kernel ??

see above :)

Are you sure Boeffla wakelock blocker is built in or is this coming later? Doesn't show up as a menu option in MTweaks.

It is with vR02. I didn't have time to get it in the initial release, but it is here now.

Changelog:
vR02: Linux 4.9.85
-Added BFQ,Zen,SIO,Deadline, and FIOPs IO schedulers
-Added Boeffla Wakelock blocker
-Added generic wakelock blocker (pre-defined wakelocks)
-Disabled Gator driver
 

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    Incoming beast. Better post later.

    Based on Linux 4.9.236
    -Optimized Defconfig
    -Overclock BIG and little cores
    -Improved multicore performance
    -RGB color driver
    -LED Fade
    -Configurable CRC
    -Configurable Fsync
    -Personal tweaks
    -Overclock GPU (600MHz)
    -Add BFQ, FIOPS, SIO, and ZEN io schedulers.
    -Configurable selinux
    -Boeffla Wakelock blocker
    -WireGuard support
    -Wake Gestures
    -and MORE!

    Thanks:
    @flar2
    @Eamo5
    @farovitus
    @ianmacd


    Download: BeastMode Kernel vR154

    XDA:DevDB Information
    BeastMode kernel for N960F, Kernel for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9

    Contributors
    freeza
    Source Code: https://github.com/freeza-inc/bm-galaxy-note9-exynos-q

    Kernel Special Features:

    Version Information
    Status: Stable
    Current Stable Version: vR154
    Stable Release Date: 2020-09-12

    Created 2018-10-16
    Last Updated 2020-09-12
    20
    Reserved

    Changelog:
    vR154: Linux 4.9.236
    -Merge TH4 changes
    vR152: Linux 4.9.235
    -Updated OS level to 09-2020
    vR150: Linux 4.9.234
    vR149: Linux 4.9.233
    -Updated OS level to 08-2020
    vR148: Linux 4.9.232
    vR147: Linux 4.9.231
    -TG3 merge
    vR146 v2: Linux 4.9.230
    -Updated ramdisk elements and OS level 07-2020
    vR146: Linux 4.9.230
    -Fixed LED notification
    -Fixed Verified boot state showing in edxposed/other apps
    vR145: Linux 4.9.229
    vR144: Linux 4.9.228
    vR143: Linux 4.9.227
    -Updated to TF5
    -Updated OS LEVEL to 2020-06
    vR141: Linux 4.9.226
    vR140: Linux 4.9.225
    vR139: Linux 4.9.224
    vR137: Linux 4.9.223
    -Updated OS level to 2020-05
    vR136: Linux 4.9.222
    vR135: Linux 4.9.221
    vR134: Linux 4.9.220
    -Extended wakelock block list extensively
    vR131: Linux 4.9.219
    vR130: Linux 4.9.218
    -Android 10
    -TCA Source
    -OS level increased to April 1, 2020
    -Updated defconfig tweaks
    vR91: Linux 4.9.206
    -OS level increased to December 1, 2019
    vR90: Linux 4.9.205
    vR89: Linux 4.9.204
    vR88: Linux 4.9.203
    vR86: Linux 4.9.202
    vR85: Linux 4.9.201
    vR84: Linux 4.9.200
    vR83: Linux 4.9.199
    -OS Level increased to November 1, 2019
    -Ramdisk from SJ1
    vR82: Linux 4.9.198
    vR81: Linux 4.9.197
    vR80: Linux 4.9.196
    -October OS level/ramdisk
    -SI3 merges

    Older versions:

    vR77: Linux 4.9.194
    vR76: Linux 4.9.193
    -Updated OS level to 2019-9
    vR75: Linux 4.9.192
    vR74: Linux 4.9.191
    vR73: Linux 4.9.190
    -Merged SH2 changes
    vR71: Linux 4.9.189
    vR70: Linux 4.9.188
    vR69: Linux 4.9.187
    vR68: Linux 4.9.186
    -MoroSound 2.0
    -Few cherry-picks from TGP Kernel
    vR66: Linux 4.9.185
    vR65:
    -Disabled some more debug stuff
    -Destroyed the bug causing the display to become unresponsive, again!
    -Few patches and fixes
    vR59: Linux 4.9.184
    -Reworked sec_debug stuff
    vR58:
    -Fixed typo in dtsi. Thanks @Eamo5
    -Fixed super-slow mo. Thanks @Eamo5 for bringing this to my attention.
    vR51: LInux 4.9.183
    vR50: Linux 4.9.182
    -Updated to pie source (SF9)
    -Cherry picked from Endurance @Eamo5) and Exynos Linux Stable (@farovitus).
    -Tons of other crap i'll list later.
    -Magisk v19 included.
    vR32: Linux 4.9.147
    -Fix occasional unresponsive touch screen
    vR31: Linux 4.9.146
    -Disabled Kernel-Assisted Superuser for now
    -Updated ramdisk components to RL3
    vR30: Linux 4.9.145
    -Kernel-Assisted SU enabled
    vR28: Linux 4.9.144
    -Magisk v18 support
    vR27: Linux 4.9.143
    vR26: RK2 merge
    vR25: Linux 4.9.142
    -November patch (oslevel)
    vR21: Linux 4.9.137
    vR20: Linux 4.9.136
    -Fixed GPU voltage table for N960F
    -Fixed fast charging toggle not taking effect.
    -Re-enabled a few SEC_DEBUG entries
    vR13: Linux 4.9.135
    vR12: Linux 4.9.134
    -Merged with ELS 4.9.133
    -Wake Gestures (doubletap2wake, sweep2sleep, sweep2wake)
    -UKSM support
    -Tweaked out defconfig
    -Disabled SEC_DEBUG
    -WireGuard support
    -RGB (KCAL alternative. find it in /sys/class/mdnie/mdnie/rgb)
    -Overclock support
    -GPU Voltage table
    -Dynamic FSync support
    -LED pulse
    -CRC configurable
    -Enabled many TCP Congestion algorithms
    -cmdline safetynet patch
    -kthreads on little core/workqueues on small/active cores
    -front facing camera fixed
    -no more software corruption message
    vR02: Linux 4.9.85
    -Added BFQ,Zen,SIO,Deadline, and FIOPs IO schedulers
    -Added Boeffla Wakelock blocker
    -Added generic wakelock blocker (pre-defined wakelocks)
    -Disabled Gator driver
    vR01: Initial Release.
    -Based on RJ1
    -Linux 4.9.70.
    -Slightly Tweaked defconfig
    -Disabled Knox NCM/KAP
    -Disabled RKP
    -Disabled Root Restriction
    -Disabled defex
    12
    Changelog:
    vR12: Linux 4.9.134
    -Merged with ELS 4.9.133
    -Wake Gestures (doubletap2wake, sweep2sleep, sweep2wake)
    -UKSM support
    -Tweaked out defconfig
    -Disabled SEC_DEBUG
    -WireGuard support
    -RGB (KCAL alternative. find it in /sys/class/mdnie/mdnie/rgb)
    -Overclock support
    -GPU Voltage table
    -Dynamic FSync support
    -LED pulse
    -CRC configurable
    -Enabled many TCP Congestion algorithms
    -cmdline safetynet patch
    -kthreads on little core/workqueues on small/active cores
    -front facing camera fixed
    -no more software corruption message
    10
    Changelog:
    vR27: Linux 4.9.143
    --RK2 merge
    10
    Changelog:
    vR28: Linux 4.9.144
    -Magisk v18 support