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kholk

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Can you point put which ROM are you using?
I've stresstested my One X and I didn't have any problem. Also the XDA App is fine for me.
 

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Can you point put which ROM are you using?
I've stresstested my One X and I didn't have any problem. Also the XDA App is fine for me.

I'm personally using Leedroid 6.2 with the kernel flashed via your tool (not specifically repacked for leedroid, but I don't think leedroid needs it like ARHD).

I don't even know that it's stress related, I can run antutu/quadrant/whatever without issue, xda is fine, just a couple of times it froze.

Like I said though, for me it happened on 0.7, haven't seen it on 0.82 yet...

M.
 

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Alogcat dump posted.

http://db.tt/YNYoXB0m

Only on phone atm so can't edit file to remove all the early junk, but just head to the bottom.

Had hit home button to leave app, phone went totally unresponsive for 20 seconds or so and was extremely slow for another minute or two after that. Lots of red in alogcat :-(

Phone came good, dumped log, was about to go to dropbox to upload and it did it again..... Force shutdown and its good again now.

M.

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Examinating logcat.


EDIT:
I've seen that the problem was the IOWAIT.
Can you change your I/O Scheduler to Deadline or noop and see if the problem persists?

Thanks!
 

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Examinating logcat.


EDIT:
I've seen that the problem was the IOWAIT.
Can you change your I/O Scheduler to Deadline or noop and see if the problem persists?

Thanks!

Just changed to deadline with simpleoc app. Will see what happens but I can't make it reliably freeze so will just have to sit and wait :)

M.

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Edit. Do you have a reliable way to change governor for a noobie? Simpleoc app reports new governor but just had another lag hit and logs still referenced iowait hogging cpu.

M.
 
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You need Y-cable with external power line or powered USB-hub. I took miniUSB Y-cable from external USB hdd:
usbotg.jpg

1 - to external power - PC USB or wall charger.
2 - female USB <-> female USB adapter - phone.
3 - female miniUSB <-> female USB adapter - external device.

Login to your device using wireless ADB or ssh and type:
Code:
cat /proc/kmsg | grep USBOTG
Connect your cable to external device and power, then connect to your phone. If your cable is fine, you'll see something like that:
Code:
<6>[  138.725583] [USB] [USBOTG] tegra_otg_check_vbus_detection 
<6>[  138.732634] [USB] [USBOTG] SUSPEND --> PERIPHERAL

Gosh... makes me giddy - anyone gotten it to work?

I read in another kernel's thread that there was a driver issue? But maybe this isn't the case?
 

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Just changed to deadline with simpleoc app. Will see what happens but I can't make it reliably freeze so will just have to sit and wait :)

M.

Sent from my HTC One X using xda premium

Edit. Do you have a reliable way to change governor for a noobie? Simpleoc app reports new governor but just had another lag hit and logs still referenced iowait hogging cpu.

M.

Personally, I use AnTuTu CPU Master.
 

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I'm still trying to reproduce what you're experiencing but it seems that my device really don't want to.
I'm also trying to load, use and leave apps open in background while using other ones, heavy and not, using the internet connection and not, but I really can't reproduce the issue.

Can you better describe your device status while having the issue?
Something like open apps, which ones, if your Bluetooth, wifi, data are enabled....and any other detail you can provide, even stupid details.


Thanks for helping!
 

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I'm still trying to reproduce what you're experiencing but it seems that my device really don't want to.
I'm also trying to load, use and leave apps open in background while using other ones, heavy and not, using the internet connection and not, but I really can't reproduce the issue.

Can you better describe your device status while having the issue?
Something like open apps, which ones, if your Bluetooth, wifi, data are enabled....and any other detail you can provide, even stupid details.


Thanks for helping!

Hi kholk,

I've managed to reproduce the lag/hang, device turns unresponsive while tethering with mobile data, maybe you could try or its just my device alone?
 

kholk

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Oh I may have found a fix. I've reproduced the error with some synthetic write tests and if the problem is given by what I think, it'll be fixed with a fast update as soon as I'll get home (writing from the hospital at the moment, nothing serious don't worry).
Let's say, give me 3 or 4 hours and I'll release a fast fix for that.


Thanks to everyone for the wonderful reports and the help!


@starbase64
At which frequency?
It is already possible to do some underclocking.
For example, I can go at 108MHz just fine on my X.


The EternityProject Team Manager & Main Developer,
--kholk
 
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I'm still trying to reproduce what you're experiencing but it seems that my device really don't want to.
I'm also trying to load, use and leave apps open in background while using other ones, heavy and not, using the internet connection and not, but I really can't reproduce the issue.

Can you better describe your device status while having the issue?
Something like open apps, which ones, if your Bluetooth, wifi, data are enabled....and any other detail you can provide, even stupid details.


Thanks for helping!


Sorry for the late feedback..

For me it's not in any specific situation. Just normal use..3G/H data connection, some apps in background like email, sms, camera..


I think what starbase is meaning with "underclocking" is, if it'll be possible in the future to limit the cpu to a specific max. frequency.
e.g.: set the max. frequency instead of 1.5gHz to 1gHz, so it never gets any higher than that.
 

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Yeah I was meaning the same. I haven't done any EXTENSIVE test, but testing normally, it looks like I can lock the maximum frequency to everything I want!

Anyway, I think I'll get home in one hour, so, kernel update in an hour!
 

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Yeah, you can lock the frequency to a specific frequency already, but only core one will take effect of.

As soon as the second, third and forth got activated the frequency you set will not used any more.

I read on a german Forum that at the moment it will be not possible that it take effect all 4 cores, cause of some tegra3 specific layouts/features.

But I'n no Dev, so it's only what I read about :)


Looking forward to the update...

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    Welcome to the EternityProject's Kernel for HTC Endeavor / One X Thread!


    What is it?
    It is a custom kernel with some updates and optimizations on Tegra3 platform and Cortex A9 MPCore management drivers.

    Why should I flash it?
    You should flash it only if you know what are you doing. Remember that it works only on an unlocked HTC One X.
    If you know what are you doing, you shouldn't ask this question.

    How to flash:
    1. Copy the archive
    2. Flash via CWM! (Note: HBOOT 1.72 REQUIRED)


    Features:
    -- Dynamic overclocking
    -- EternityProject HybridFrequency
    -- USB HOST Mode finally working!
    -- Memory and cache management optimizations
    -- Modified Cortex-A9 (Tegra 3 core)'s cache behavior.
    -- Latest Tegra drivers
    -- Deadline I/O Scheduler as default
    -- Kernel base: 3.4.37
    Great results on tests.


    Changelog:
    Code:
    v1.0b:
    - Integrated WiFi firmware in kernel package
    v1.0:
    - Switched to new (vanilla) kernel base (Linux 3.4.37)
    - Endeavor#U board reimplemented
    - Tegra support implemented on vanilla kernel
    - Multiboard support (LGE X3 supported)
    - Switched to Device-Tree (appended)
    - Removed tegra-pinmux, replaced by Linux pinctrl
    - Switched to gpiolib
    - Implemented EternityProject HybridFrequency
    - Updates to eprjdemand (faster, lighter.. better!)
    - Updates to EternityProject Tegra 3 CPUManager
    - T3CPUMan's algorithms have been optimized
    - Less HEAT!
    - Stabler USB Host
    - Alarms now working correctly
    - IRQ wakeups now working correctly
    - Android 4.3 kernel changes implemented
    - pinctrl updated to linux 3.10 for compatibility reasons
    - CPU Load calculation now working correctly
    - CMA now working correctly
    - Overclocked and Regular kernels are no more
    - Almost FULL DVFS control allowed with EternityTweak (dl it from Play Store!)
    - Other things I may be forgetting....
    
    ----------------------------------------------
    ------ OLD KERNEL BASE -------
    ----------------------------------------------
    v0.99b
    - Include correct WiFi drivers into the package
    - eprjdemand: Tweak some parameters, make it more performance-friendly
    - kholk: Happy birthday! :P
    v0.99 -- MAJOR RELEASE
    - New feature: EternityProject Tegra 3 CPU Manager
    - EternityProject eprjdemand: Tuneup for less battery power usage
    - EternityProject eprjdemand: Fix some bugs and simplify code
    - EternityProject eprjdemand: New intermediate threshold for better battery
    - EternityProject sysfs Tools: Add DVFS(GPU/CORE) voltage/frequency userspace management
    - EternityProject Scheduling Helper: Add power management
    - EternityProject Scheduling Helper: Optimizations
    - New power management features
    - Block: Optimize I/O operations latency
    - NFC: Fall back to the old hTC driver for compatibility purposes
    - EternityProject ChargerBoost: Add more 1A-forcing code
    - Battery driver: Fixed some calculation bugs
    - Baseband driver: Light speedup
    - Add new API: pinctrl
    - endeavoru-power: Convert to the new PM API
    - ARM: Initialize whole RAM early
    - More safety code for SoC voltages
    - Optimized TLB flushing
    - Optimized deadline I/O scheduler
    - Audio processing on AVP instead of CPU
    - Implemented CPUQuiet by nVidia (disabled - developers only)
    v0.86
    - Tegra: Wakeups: Restructuration
    - Tegra: IRQ: Use one IRQ for multiple wakeup sources
    - Tegra: GPIOs: Convert to platform device and optimize
    - Tegra: GPIOs: Cleanup hTC's and nVidia's mess
    - Tegra: Pinmux: Convert to platform device
    - Tegra: Restructure very-early init
    - ARM: SoC: Use scatterlist chaining
    - ARM/Tegra: Implement device-tree support for most Tegra devices
    - endeavoru: Fine-tuning for display settings (fix that retarded upper band update)
    - endeavoru: Fix slow wakeup from display off (BEST with eprjdemand)
    - endeavoru: Fix USBHost for the 1000th time (eh..)
    - eprjdemand: Don't make large jumps on frequencies
    - eprjdemand: Fix an occasional and really bad division-by-zero
    - Block (drivers layer): Linux 3.4 (meh, forgot it!)
    v0.85 -- MAJOR RELEASE
    - Enable 51MHz frequency while device is awake
    - 51MHz is now being really used by the device
    - Move EternityProject’s Hotplug bits from eprjdemand
    - Tegra Auto-Hotplug: EternityProject Hysteresis management
    - Discard some code in nVidia’s Auto-Hotplug in favor of EternityProject’s code
    - eprjdemand: add code for better handling of the device-resume case
    - eprjdemand: some stabilization
    - cgroup: Solved errors in logcat
    - Frequencies: Solve MAX frequency (re)setting problem
    - GPU: Some updates taken from the latest Tegra l4t release (smoother)
    - Audio: Process audio on AVP when possible
    - endeavoru display: Use correct display parameters.
    - cgroups: Linux 3.4
    - cfs: Linux 3.4
    - jump_label: Linux 3.4
    - USBNET: Linux 3.4
    - FUSE: Linux 3.4
    - NFS: Linux 3.4
    - lockd: Linux 3.4
    - freezer: Linux 3.4
    - IPv4: Linux 3.4
    - IPv6: Linux 3.4
    - Netfilter: Linux 3.4
    - Netlabel: Linux 3.4
    - Netlink: Linux 3.4
    - NET Sched: Linux 3.4
    - ipx: Linux 3.4
    - sunrpc: Linux 3.4
    - NFC: Linux 3.4
    - Ethernet: Linux 3.4
    - key: Linux 3.4
    - bridge: Linux 3.4
    - sctp: Linux 3.4
    - 802, 8021q: Linux 3.4
    - packet: Linux 3.4
    - dcb: Linux 3.4
    - dsa: Linux 3.4
    - NET infrastructure: Linux 3.4
    - NET infrastructure (drivers layer): Linux 3.4
    - timerfd: Linux 3.4
    - FS (whole infrastructure and components): Linux 3.4
    - QNX6: Add support
    - kmod: Linux 3.4
    - TOMOYO: Linux 3.4
    - Capabilities: Linux 3.4
    - PM: Suspend: Linux 3.4
    - Security: Updates
    - usermodehelper: Updates
    - PM: Updates
    - TTY: Updates
    - syscalls: Updates
    - RTC: Updates
    - signals: Updates
    - IRQ: Updates
    v0.62
    - New feature: EternityProject ChargerBoost!
    - Sleep problems FIXED
    - Crazy CPUs up/downlining FIXED
    - USB: Updates
    - MHL: Update to hTC's 2.17 release
    - GPU: Picked some interesting stuff from hTC's 2.17
    - Camera: Picked stuff from hTC 2.17
    - Rawchip: Picked stuff from hTC 2.17
    - Audio: Picked stuff from hTC 2.17
    - I2C: Updates
    - PM: updates
    v0.61
    - Audio + ASoC: Update
    v0.60 -- MAJOR RELEASE
    - Scheduler: Update to Linux 3.4
    - Scheduler: Optimizations
    - Some updates to ARM low-level
    - Support for ARM Kernel Auditing
    - Block layer updated: Linux 3.4
    - FAT FS updated: Linux 3.4
    - UDF FS updated: Linux 3.4
    - Updates to baseband driver
    - MMC: Updates
    - proc: Linux 3.4
    - lowmemorykiller: Linux 3.4
    - jump label: Linux 3.4
    - workqueue: Linux 3.4
    - memcg: Linux 3.4
    - vmscan: Linux 3.4
    - mmap: Linux 3.4
    - writeback: Linux 3.4
    - tmpfs: Linux 3.4
    - memblock: Linux 3.4
    - ARM: mm: Updates
    - generic FS: Updates
    v0.38
    - Final and proper WiFi FIX
    - SIO: Removed
    - Save some CPU by silencing some drivers
    - (OCVER) Better voltage management.
    v0.37
    - Re-gain compatibility with HTC Sense
    - Updates to GPIOs
    - Other updates to IRQ
    - Updates to Tegra IO
    - Updates to pinmux
    - Updates to kernel image generation
    - Updates to very early boot process
    - Regulator - tps80031: updates
    - ASoC (audio) Core: Updates
    v0.36
    - Audio: enable 24-bit and 32-bit playback
    - GPU: Video drivers updated to latest nVidia revision
    - ION: General updates
    - IRQ: Finally decrease of 90% the IRQ hogging
    - IRQ: General updates
    - GIC: General updates
    - Some refactoring of the Tegra PM layer
    - PM: Add Power Management Domains
    - Updates to block/fs/security (now working good)
    v0.35b
    - Remove unwanted commits of the previous release
    v0.35
    - Update GPS driver to the latest TI revision and fix crash
    - Removed min frequency for audio playback/record
    - Other updates to FS base
    - Updates to block layer
    - Updates to Security layer
    v0.34
    - Solve 95% of the freeze-softlock-omgslow cases
    - Initial Device Tree support for later conversion
    - Updates to cgroup
    - Updates to epoll
    - Updates to scheduler (CFQ)
    - Updates to genirq
    - Updates to FS base
    - Updates to ptrace
    v0.33
    - Integrate LP CPU userspace voltage control
    - Tegra-i2c: updates for avoiding bad sections
    - SMP: various updates for faster boot
    - cgroup: finally use the correct data type umode_t
    - EternityProject SleepLock: safer operations
    - EternityProject sysfs Tools driver: better coding
    v0.32
    - eprjdemand governor has been tuned. Less heat.
    - New driver: EternityProject sysfs Tools
    - New feature: SleepLock (lock to LP mode)
    - New feature: WiFi user-customizable WakeLock
    - Fix: WiFi won't drop while display is off (default)
    v0.31:
    - New performance feature: Cross Memory Attach
    - eMMC Performance Tuning
    - Thumb-2 related updates
    - ARM Kprobes: Linux 3.4
    - ARM: Implement jump labels (still deactivated)
    - Various minor updates on modules generation kernel scripts
    - (OCVER) +25mV to the four last frequencies (1.7GHz = 1325mV)
    v0.30:
    - Introduce EternityProject HSMGR modification for Jellybean
    - Various cleanups
    - Introduce NULL-PokeCPU for STFU'ing the camera library
    - Official initial release supporting CM10-EPRJ
    v0.29b:
    - Fix a rare KP problem
    - Release the OC version
    - (OCVER) Use the EternityProject Custom Thermal Protection
    - (OCVER) Singlecore: 1.7GHz - Quadcore: 1.6GHz
    v0.29:
    - WiFi "dying after suspend" problems FIXED
    - NTFS driver is now built-in
    - Some minor updates to mm
    - Page writeback: updates
    - EXT4: Update to Linux 3.4
    - EXT3: Update to Linux 3.4
    - EXT2: Update to Linux 3.4
    - JBD: Update to Linux 3.4
    - JBD2: Update to Linux 3.4
    - XFS: Update to Linux 3.4
    - NTFS: Update to Linux 3.4
    - RAMFS: Update to Linux 3.4
    - PSTORE: Update to Linux 3.4
    - Tested also with CM9 and CM10 (requires repacking)
    v0.28:
    - New CPUFREQ governor added: eprjdemand
    - Update kernel build process (better zImage generation)
    - Update kernel scripts (solve some bugs with some distros)
    - Fix gamma-c case on Sharp panels for machine endeavoru
    - Reduced IRQ hog on headset plugging
    - Bug prevention: Don't put up an already-up CPU
    - Tegra video drivers: Fix badnesses while playing low-res videos
    - Note: Some of the updates were taken from hTC's 1.29 release.
    v0.27b:
    - Fixed a severe baseband bug
    - FIXED: Exiting from airplane mode won't make the device to reboot
    v0.27:
    - Reverted some video drivers changes (should be stable now)
    - Change the task-to-core association way of the scheduler
    - SMT and MC scheduler has been re-enabled (multicore enhancements)
    - Kernel command-line concatenation now possible (developers only)
    - L2x0 Cache Controller: Fixed some bugs and little speedup
    - High-Resolution Timers: various updates
    - Various stability enhancements
    - (WINDOWS) Kernel Flasher App: Fix device recognition
    - (WINDOWS) Kernel Flasher App: Kill ADB server prior flashing
    - (WINDOWS) Kernel Flasher App: Better user-debugging
    - (WINDOWS) Kernel Flasher App: Fix a rare hanging case
    v0.26b:
    - Now we can reach 520MHz on the GPU.
    v0.26:
    - Various updates to i2c and input
    - Tegra drivers (cpu, clock, clocksource, dvfs etc) fully updated to v15r7.1
    - Some updates to AVP, SMMU and Tegra GPU drivers
    - Baseband: some updates to power sequence and shutdown
    - Implemented SoC-to-DDR bitswap
    - Raised DDR frequency as per chip specs [667MHz]
    - Raised the GPU maximum frequency to 520MHz
    - USBHost: You can now unplug/plug your devices without restarting Host Mode!
    - Added Windows Kernel Repacker
    v0.25:
    - WiFi connection drop problems SOLVED!!!
    - WiFi AP working
    - Updates to ARM GIC
    - Updates to Timers
    - Updates to ARM IRQ management
    - Updates to Kernel IRQ management
    - CPUFREQ updated to mainline 3.4
    - Modified cpu-tegra behavior for new CPUFREQ drivers
    - Tuned frequency ramp-up when event (touchscreen etc) occurs.
    - Re-FIXED USBHost that I've broken in v0.24 (sorry xD)
    v0.24
    - Updates to Wireless core
    - Updates to NET core: speedup
    - debugfs: performance improvements
    - page allocator updated: performance improvements
    - mmc updated: stability and performance improvements
    - syscalls updated: stability and performance improvements
    - USB core updated: more stability
    - PM updated: battery improvements
    - filesystems: various updates and great speedup to procfs
    - sysctl updated: Ensure compatibility and slight speedup
    - netlink updated: more stability
    - crypto updated: new functions, some performance improvements
    - WiFi issues: Disable reconnect-while-connected (should fix some connection drops)
    v0.23
    - Updates to USB core
    - Enhanced stability
    - More compatibility for HTC Sense ROMs
    v0.22
    - USB Host Mode is now working
    - Optimized I/O on eMMC
    v0.21
    - WiFi: Custom modifications for One X hardware bugs
    - Added ARM errata 743622
    - Updates to ThumbEE
    - Updates to identity mapping
    - Custom modifications to Tegra Power Management driver
    - Updates to ARM unwinder and floating point unit
    - Updates to Android staging drivers
    - Fixed Linux flash script
    v0.20:
    - Updates to ALSA (sound core)
    - Updates to ASoC (SoC  audio)
    - Updates to some ARM assembler
    - Updates to network core infrastructure
    - Updates to mac80211/nl80211 and wireless core
    - Updates to IPv4, IPv6, TCP, netfilter
    - Some fixes to ION and Tegra SMMU
    - Actualizations to Power Management QoS layer
    - Some updates to ftrace
    - Custom WiFi drivers, goodbye, hTC s..t!
    v0.11:
    - 0DAY FIX: no more permission denied(s) and no more freezes at all!
    v0.01:
    - IRQs problem fixed.
    - Better battery life.
    - LOTS of things to update to the proper version.
    SWPREV01:
    - Software preview released.

    Changelog 2.6.39:
    Code:
    v0.92b
    - Useless debugging taking kernel time removed (hTC: brrrrr....)
    - Some updates to OOM
    - Updates to regulators
    - Updates to RTC
    - Updates to Tegra Crypto HW driver
    - Some updates to memory management
    - Updates to GPIOs
    - OTG Host ID is now recognized by the device (Host still not working)
    v0.92a
    - [IMPORTANT] Fix RCU stalls on SMP platforms
    - Convert GIC library to use the IO relaxed operations
    v0.92
    - Introduced and enabled Tegra Mediaserver driver on kernel
    - Implementation of Tegra IOMMU management by HW
    - Force ION Memory Allocator for board-endeavoru (/dev/ion enabled)
    - Update ION Memory Allocator to the latest revision
    - Fix to ondemand - up_threshold will not go to 50 automatically
    - Fix to ondemand - stats are being saved (G->LP) and resumed (LP->G) on cluster switch
    - Some updates to inode and superblock
    - Tegra Audio should consume less battery now
    - AVP can have multiple clients - HW rendering of videos (still disabled for now)
    - Introduced (still disabled for now) Tegra AVP Media Offload Engine
    - Introduced GART driver
    - Updates to Tegra i2c driver (for accelerometer and other i2c devices)
    - Minor cleanups to the Tegra GeForce ULP GPU driver
    v0.91c
    - New feature: ION Memory Allocator for GPU
    v0.91b
    - Better CPU Scaling
    - BT File receive issue solved
    v0.91
    - Added /proc informations about SKU (initial implementation - not really working)
    - Entirely updated Tegra drivers to the latest Android Tegra revision
    - Cleaned up and updated the baseband (radio) driver to the latest revision
    v0.90d
    - Clock (drivers/clk) layer updated to Linux 3.4
    - VFP management updated from Linux 3.4-rc6 to Linux 3.4 (final)
    - Some updates to signals and ptrace 
    - Some updates to CPUIdle
    - Removed some hTC useless debugging features that were using some IO and CPU time.
    v0.90c
    - Reverted v0.90b changes :(
    - Fixed WiFi
    - Voltage Control works for setting voltages
    v0.90b
    - Voltage Control works for setting voltages
    - LEDS layer updated to Linux 3.4
    - FAT FS drivers half-updated
    - ARM Kernel initialization layer half-updated
    v0.90
    - Huge changes, 200 commits.
    - Added ZCACHE and CLEANCACHE from Linux 3.4
    - Updated ext4 fs driver to Linux 3.4 version
    - Updated some other memory management code to Linux 3.4
    - Removed some hTC debug $h!t (thanks TripNRaVer)
    v0.89
    - Added userspace voltage control
    v0.88
    - Updates to Tegra3 drivers
    - Added Voltage control (thanks richardtrip!)
    - Init layer updated to Linux 3.4
    v0.83
    - Cleaned up RCU
    - IOWAIT problems should be fixed now
    - Included a Linux and OSX script for flashing
    - Some minimal updates to EXT4
    - Some minimal updates to Memory Management
    v0.82
    - Solved v0.80 problems
    - Easy flashing process
    v0.80
    - RCU entirely updated to Linux 3.4-rc7 version
    - Performance improvements
    - Reliability improvements
    v0.70
    - Updated Memory Management (most of) to Linux 3.4-rc6 version
    - CPUIDLE optimizations
    - New SHA implementation (faster)
    - ARM CPU Topology implemented
    - ARM MT Scheduler ported and enabled (better on real-life usage)
    - Speedup the SMP management
    - Lowered the minimum CPU voltage for better battery
    - SLAB updated
    - Add Simple I/O Scheduler and set it as default
    v0.68
    - VFP layer updated to Linux 3.4-rc6 version
    v0.60
    - Other stability fixes
    - Removed some unused code
    v0.59:
    - Faster CRC32 implementation
    - Optimized memcpy and memmove
    - Some updates to IDR
    v0.54:
    - lowmemorykiller: optimizations and cleanups
    v0.5:
    - Rebase. OTG Enabled, Stable kernel.
    - V/R I/O Scheduler as default
    v0.4
    - Some stability fixes.
    v0.2:
    - USBHost OTG Mode is ENABLED
    v0.1:
    - Optimize Deadline I/O Scheduler
    - Introduce V(R) I/O Scheduler
    - Use NEON Optimized memcopy
    - Optimize compilation for Tegra 3
    - Introduce endeavoru_eprj_defconfig
    - Tweaked Tegra 3 G/LP latency

    Try our feature - EternityProject CPU Manager w/ EternityProject HybridFrequency (already activated) with eprjdemand governor for the BEST battery life!


    =========================================================================
    3.4 Download:
    EternityProject Kernel 3.4 for HTC One X: EternityProject Website
    =========================================================================





    Using the new EternityProject Features:

    EternityProject ChargerBoost:
    By default, your devices allows to get 1A current only from AC adapters. With EternityProject ChargerBoost, you can allow the device to take 1A (fast charge) from your PC's USB, too!
    Enable ChargerBoost: echo 1 > /sys/eprjmanager/charger_boost
    Disable ChargerBoost: echo 0 > /sys/eprjmanager/charger_boost

    NOTE: DETACH your USB cable prior enabling/disabling ChargerBoost, otherwise it won't work!

    EternityProject PowerLock (lock in LP mode!):
    Lock in LP mode: echo 1 > /sys/eprjmanager/power_lock
    Unlock to auto G/LP: echo 0 > /sys/eprjmanager/power_lock

    EternityProject Benchmark Mode:
    echo 0 > /sys/module/eprj_t3_cpumanager/parameters/auto_hotplug
    echo 1 > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/online
    echo 1 > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu1/online
    echo 1 > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu2/online
    echo 1 > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu3/online
    echo 1 > /sys/eprjmanager/friedeggs

    P.S.: Commands to be entered on Terminal Emulator, Script Manager (maybe), or ADB.


    NOTE: Since there are plenty of ROMs, all using a different ramdisk from each other, prior complaining about "kernel not working", REPACK the kernel with your ROM's ramdisk.
    Note 2: If something doesn't work, try to WIPE your CACHE!


    Git:
    EternityProject is now self-hosted!
    ICS kernel source: http://www.gitorious...kernel-endeavor
    Current GIT repositories: http://pubgit.eternityproject.eu









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    Enjoy!

    The EternityProject Team Manager & Main Developer,
    --kholk
    15
    @ORStoner, angusc
    Strange, it's happening to me too. I'm making some other progress and some studies on USBHost (its reliability) and on our endeavor#U mainboard that I want to keep for me at least for now... because I don't know how this will end up and what will I discover from my researches.

    By the way, I've analyzed the LCD module in our phone, and... okay, some (everyone I'd say) of you were experiencing some strangeness on the upper of the LCD, mostly noticeable while scrolling up/down the menus in landscape orientation.
    After my analysis, I've ended up finding the correct display parameters to manually set and use and the issue has disappeared here.


    Also, we're making eprjdemand better and better everyday and slowly reimplementing the Tegra SoC in our kernel so that we'll end up to be conformed to the mainline Linux, making new kernel versions porting really easier compared to what we did for Linux 3.4 this time.

    Actually, we've half-solved that somehow-slow-resume-from-sleep problem: I mean, it still takes something like 1 second. It's anyway better than the current behavior found in v0.85.


    There will be other changes too in the next version: I hope I'll be able to release it tomorrow, but I don't really know if I'll be able to make the new changes that we have in mind that fast.


    Oh, another thing.
    As you may have noticed, I've slowed down the release-time: please, don't think any bad thing. We're only making better tests and really ... extremely hard changes, so, that's why it's taking some more time.


    The EternityProject Team Manager & Main Developer,
    --kholk
    15
    we need a realy dev on the kernel module... not an alpha version.... this kernel is not better as the stock... only freezes and cant play musik...


    I suggest you stop complaining.

    He is doing this for free in his own time.

    Please dont do this again or suffer the consequences.

    @OP thx for your quick response on my fix registration request ;)

    Whiskey
    Forum Moderator
    14
    I've put the site back online. Sorry for the inconvenience.

    Sorry for all this time without any release.
    As you might know, we've had lots of problems and...well, since university began again, I haven't got "excessive" free time like this summer.
    We've solved the various problems that were making us unable to release the software (releasing something broken isn't really good, eh?) and the kernel testing got to a positive end exactly today.

    The new feature was really difficult to implement (and to tune), mostly because it wasn't something that could be verified "just reading code", but something to be verified with real life device usage and this required lots of time (and lots of bad words :p).
    By the way, while testing&fixing it, we also took some time for going on with other kernel work, also adding the feature someone asked for: the GPU userspace frequency and voltage control.
    Last but not least, we've lowered _again_ the boot times and raised the efficiency on some common CPU operations..... and "somehow" raised the battery duration ;)

    Now, I won't say anything else because I don't want to write a 30 pages poem: you'll find the changes in the changelog when the next version will be published.



    Anyway...... official announcement!

    I've got a release date.
    Tomorrow, 29/10/2012, around 2.30PM (GMT+1), we will release the new EternityProject Kernel 3.4 for hTC One X, v0.99 (yeah, .99 .. take it as Release Candidate), the new CM10-EPRJ ROM...
    ....and....
    Two other things I won't tell you right now :)



    Forcing myself to stop writing now :p


    The EternityProject Team Manager & Main Developer,
    --kholk
    13
    kholk, are you planning on a balanced kernel (performance and battery life) or are you leaning more one way or the other?

    This is the first time I've had an Android phone without a user replaceable battery so with consideration to the power already bestowed upon the One X by the Tegra 3 I would like to encourage leaning more towards battery savings.

    For now, I'm planning to give to the kernel some performance optimizations that won't absolutely change the battery usage of the device.

    After finishing with the basic optimizations, I'm planning to distribute two versions of the kernel. One will be overclocked, one won't.... so, one incentrated on power saving and one on maximum performance.





    Oh, v0.54 has been released!
    It features some improvements on the Android lowmemorykiller, nothing CRITICALLY important, but still something useful as the One X is strangely low on memory, especially on stock ROMs.

    This will improve the fluidity of your system when you've got A LOT of open active applications.




    I probably won't release anything tomorrow: it'll be an absolutely bad day for me. Out for the whole day.




    Enjoy!



    The EternityProject Team Manager & Main Developer,
    --kholk
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