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[KERNEL][VoodooSnd4-VSF-OC-TRCU-BFQ-ZRAM] Super Optimized Kernel 4_8_3 STABLE [03-18]

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ULTIMATE SUPER OPTIMIZED Kernel

Samsung S5PV210_Rev1.0 Datasheets Are available here http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=859545


GT-I9000_Kernel_4_3_4_OK Sources available here http://www.megaupload.com/?d=H0QFFLJ4

GT-I9000_Kernel_4_4_8_OK Sources available here http://www.megaupload.com/?d=UJM8VASD

GT-I9000_Kernel_4_5_1_OK Sources available here http://www.megaupload.com/?d=Y038C7LT

GT-I9000_Kernel_4_6_1_OK Sources available here http://www.megaupload.com/?d=D9SB31OI

GT-I9000_Kernel_4_7_3_OK Sources available here http://www.megaupload.com/?d=4MZSID83

GT-I9000_Kernel_4_7_7_OK Sources available here http://www.multiupload.com/4J7C7PNX7J

Insanity [ROM] by nitr8 powered by ULTIMATE SUPER OPTIMIZED Kernel !!!!

If you want to disable ramzswap put S_ramzswap_disable.sh from S_scripts.zip into you /etc/init.d directory

If you want to maximize ram performances put S_stock_mem_timings.sh from S_scripts.zip into you /etc/init.d directory

If you want to disable VSF put S_VSF_Disable.sh from S_scripts.zip into you /etc/init.d directory

The file "Customized_freqs.txt" contains a list of usable frequencies, and all of them divisors, for customize first four kernel frequencies.

If someone want ... i added possibility to donate something by paypal on my profile. If you appreciated my work you could give me a little gift.
It works on all stock froyo ROMS !!

Istructions:

Install Kernel :
1- download kernel
2- (Only Odin Version )turn off unzip file and use tar file as pda in odin and flash it
3- (Only CWM Version)go into CWM recovery and select install zip from sdcard, choose kernel CWM zip from sdcard and then install it

Apply Lagfix :
- after you installed kernel go into CWM recovery and select advanced ulk features-->Lagfix option and select your desire method and reboot your device

Apply root :
- Go into CWM recovery and select advanced ulk features-->Install superuser option, select Ext:..... and then select yes. Afther reboot the phone.


This kernel has:
- Works on all stock Froyo ROMs and popular custom ROMs
- Adjusted kernel HZ value to 300
- Adjusted user HZ value to 150
- 340MB of RAM and all features should work e.g. 720P recording & playback (since 4_4) 342MB since 4_5_3
- tun support included inside kernel
- Includes neldar's BackLightNotification 2.2 from https://github.com/project-voodoo/ba...ernel_patches/ (update to v2.3.1 since 4_6)
- sztupy's Universal Lagfix
- Sharpness & color fix for UI, inspired by supercurio's work on Voodoo
- SpeedMod: Replaced kernel jhash2 with jhash3
- Uses BFQ IO scheduler by default
- Updated FS code in kernel
- Added Tiny RCU patch for better speed and efficiency
- FS drivers compiled as external modules and loaded only if used
- OC frequencies (1200-1300-1400-1500-1600) keep attenction !!!!!!
- PDIV values optimized into clock sources
- support for AOSP bootanimation.zip
- ramzswap (http://code.google.com/p/compcache/) for better ram usage.
- sched patch : automated per tty task groups (system more smooth and responsive) (v3(since 4_3) and v4(since 4_4))
- (since 4_4) Applied patches to FS sources to maximize throughtput
- UV Support using VoltageControl version >= 2.0
- System FS Corruption patch applied
- (since 4_4) Frequencies over 1.2 ghz are overvolted. If you want you can find the more stable voltage for your phone
- (since 4_4) new sysfs table to disable selective frequencies
/sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/states_enabled_table Into this file there is an 0 or an 1 for each frequency from the higher to the lower (Es. "1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 .....")
If value is set to zero relative frequency will not be used.
to use execute : echo "1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 ....." > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/states_enabled_table
- (since 4_4) new sysfs table to read default voltage value and UV value fro each frequency
/sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/frequency_voltage_table
in each row the fisrt parameter is the frequency (mhz), the second the default voltage, the third the voltage with UV applied.
there's a row for each frequency
- (since 4_4_2) CIFS driver
- (since 4_4_6) SDCard FAT check on start-up
- (since 4_4_7) safe ro system mount & safe ext4 stl{} blocks mount at start up
- (since 4_4_7) two new sysfs files in "/sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq" to change memory timings (AC_timing_data_registers,AC_timing_row_registers). Read datasheets and use at own risk.
- (since 4_4_9) JPU/JPX Drivers used now
- (since 4_4_9) JPU/JPX Memory config
- (since 4_4_9) Add tune2fs for ext4 into initramfs
- (since 4_6) JPX Kernel Aligned
- (since 4_6_4) Voodoo kernel sound patches included
- (since 4_6_6) Possibility to apply lagfixes with ext2,ext3,ext4,ext4nj,jfs with or without binds.
- (since 4_6_6) /system conversion to ext4 or jfs
- (since 4_6_6) Ext4 mount options
- (since 4_6_9) Voodoo sound 2
- (since 4_6_9) VSF (Variable Screen Frequency)
- (since 4_7_0) Enabled Color Gain Screen Functions
- (since 4_7_0) Add IPV6 privacy and enabled it by default
- (since 4_7_0) Disable printk for better performances and battery usage


Frequency voltages Table :
1600000, 1500
1500000, 1500
1400000, 1500
1300000, 1500
1200000, 1300
1120000, 1300
1000000, 1275
900000, 1275
800000, 1200
600000, 1175
400000, 1050
200000, 950
100000, 950

Good UV Values :
1600000 -150
1500000 -150
1400000 -175
1300000 -175
1200000 -25
1120000 -25
1000000 -50
900000 -50
800000 -50
600000 -50
400000 -75
200000 -75
100000 -75

Version 4_0 STABLE (2010-11-10)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
- BLN 2.2 :
For BLN 2.2 you MUST:
- Users of old BLN versions need to boot to Recovery Menu, then Turn Off & Turn On BLN again
- Install the latest version of BLN app by neldar from http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=823922
- FS mount tweak options inserted into init script
- Only OC Version : Use xan's app if you dont want to disable it (VoltageControl >= 1.98) - here


Version 4_1 STABLE (2010-11-15)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)

- Some little bug fixes
- Add support for AOSP bootanimation.zip
The custom bootanimation.zip should be placed in either /data/local/ or /system/media/.
If the file bootanimation.zip does not exist in either /data/local/ or /system/media/, the default Samsung boot animation will play.​

Version 4_2 STABLE (2010-11-19)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)

- No more deadsleep problems
- Add TINY_RCU from kernel > 2.33 (less memory and battery usage)
- Add ramzswap (http://code.google.com/p/compcache/) for better ram usage.
It creates a compressed swap file into memory.​
Important : disable data loop or use lagfix without binds. It could cause problems with ramzswap !!!
- All FS structure align with lastest patches.


Version 4_3(2010-11-25)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)

- Make ramzswap work better
- Update Sourgery G++ compiler to the lastest one available for download
- Add more compire optimizations options
- Add 600-904-1120-1304-1400 frequencies (system set 1000000 mhz by default at startup)
- use VoltageControl version >= 2.0 to raise frequency or UV settings
- More little fixes to improve battery drain
- add [RFC/RFT PATCH v3] sched: automated per tty task groups (system more smooth and responsive)
- FS Corruption patch applied

Version 4_3_FIX(2010-11-26)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)

- Fix Recovery mode hang problems

Version 4_3_2_FIX(2010-11-27)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
- Fix UV Settings Hang problems on some configurations

Version 4_3_3_FIX(2010-11-27)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
- More Fixes for UV Settings Hang problems on some configurations

Version 4_3_4_FIX STABLE (2010-11-27)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
- Ultimate Fix for UV Settings Hang problems on some configurations

Version 4_4(2010-12-01)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
- add [RFC/RFT PATCH updated to v4] sched: automated per tty task groups (system more smooth and responsive)
- FS Compiled as external modules and load only if used
- Voltage reset ad stock values
- Frequencies over 1.2 ghz are overvolted. If you want you can find the more stable voltage for your phone
- new sysfs table to disable selective frequencies
/sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/states_enabled_table Into this file there is an 0 or an 1 for each frequency from the higher to the lower (Es. "1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 .....")
If value is set to zero relative frequency will not be used.
to use execute : echo "1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 ....." > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/states_enabled_table
- new sysfs table to read default voltage value and UV value fro each frequency
/sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/frequency_voltage_table
in each row the fisrt parameter is the frequency (mhz), the second the default voltage, the third the voltage with UV applied.
there's a row for each frequency
- Applied patches to FS sources to maximize throughtput

Version 4_4_FIX(2010-12-01)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
- fix frequency_voltage_table voltages missmatch
- minor change to make phone a bit smoother

Version 4_4_2_FIX(2010-12-02)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
- Some fixes for CWM hangs (it hangs only if you stay for a long time on main menu)
- CIFS driver added
- Some minor patches

Version 4_4_6_FIX(2010-12-06)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
- all bugs fixed
- better battery usage
- SDCard FAT check on start-up

Version 4_4_7 (2010-12-07)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
- OC stability fixes
- safe ro system mount at startup
- safe ext4 stl{} blocks mount at start up
- two new sysfs files in "/sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq" to change memory timings (AC_timing_data_registers,AC_timing_row_registers). Read datasheets and use at own risk.

Version 4_4_8 STABLE (2010-12-08)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
- reduce voltage manager latency to remove last UV stability problems
- minor smooth enhancement

Version 4_4_9 (2010-12-12)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
- JPU/JPX Drivers used now
- JPU/JPX Memory config
- WiFi works now
- add tune2fs for ext4 into initramfs
- OC stability fixes
- Quadrant works now

Version 4_5 (2010-12-14)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
- USB SDCard mount problem fixed
- Performances enhancement
- Frequencies wrong values fixed

Version 4_5_1 (2010-12-18)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
- FS Performances increased
- Little stability fix
- Fix enabled_states (now work)
- Better scheduler init parameters
- fixed a problem for 1500 and 1600 frequencies.

Version 4_5_2 STABLE (2010-12-20)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
- Ramzswap fixes on free-notify
- Update tune2fs executable
- fixed a stability problem for 1120 Mhz frequency
- fixed a stability problem with ext4 mount on dbdata partition
- fixed start-up hang problem

Version 4_5_3 STABLE (2010-12-21)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
- 342 MB free at start-up

Version 4_6 STABLE (2010-12-28)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
- JPX Kernel Aligned
- Minor memory tweaks.
- BlackLigthNotificaion updated to v2.3.1
- Fixed a bug with external SD Mount
- Since this release the first four frequencies are completely user configurable :
There are four new sysfs files with this structure ARMCLK,MDIV,PDIV,SDIV,DIVA2M,DIVHCLKM,DIVPCLKM,DIVG2D,DIVMFC,DIVG3D
- /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/user_free_freq_values_table_L0 original values (1600,400,6,1,7,7,1,4,4,4)
- /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/user_free_freq_values_table_L1 original values (1500,375,6,1,7,7,1,4,4,4)
- /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/user_free_freq_values_table_L2 original values (1400,350,6,1,7,7,1,3,3,3)
- /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/user_free_freq_values_table_L3 original values (1300,325,6,1,7,7,1,3,3,3)

ARMCLK is the final CPU freq(Mhz) and it is a calculated value so do not set it as you want. It's value have to be calculate as follow :
ARMCLK = MDIV X 24 / (PDIV × 2power(SDIV-1)

where, MDIV, PDIV, SDIV must meet the following conditions :
PDIV: 1 = PDIV = 63
MDIV: 64 = MDIV = 1023
SDIV: 1 = SDIV = 5
(25/ PDIV): 1MHz <= (24/ PDIV) <= 12MHz

Es. ARMCLK = 400 X 24 / (6 × 2power(1-1) = 1600(Mhz)

DIVHCLKM is the divisor for main system frequency.

HCLK_MSYS(main system frequency in Mhz) = ARMCLK / (DIVHCLKM + 1)
Es(1600). HCLK_MSYS = 1600 / (7 + 1) = 200(Mhz)
HCLK_MSYS must be <= 200 (Mhz)

DIVPCLKM is the divisor for perimetral devices frequency.

PCLK_MSYS(perimetral devices frequency in Mhz) = HCLK_MSYS / (DIVPCLKM + 1)
Es(1600). PCLK_MSYS = 200 / (1 + 1) = 100(Mhz)
PCLK_MSYS must be <= 100 (Mhz)

DIVA2M is the divisor for 2d and 3d subsystem frequency.

SCLKA2M( 2d and 3d subsystem frequency in Mhz) = ARMCLK / (DIVA2M + 1)
Es(1600). SCLKA2M = 1600 / (7 + 1) = 200(Mhz)
SCLKA2M must be <= 400 (Mhz)

DIVG2D is the divisor for 2d graphic subsystem.
DIVG3D is the divisor for 3d graphic subsystem.
DIVMFC is the divisor for Multi-Format Codec.

these values must be calculate as follow :

SCLKG2D= SCLKA2M / (DIVG2D + 1)
SCLKG3D= SCLKA2M / (DIVG3D + 1)
SCLKMFC= SCLKA2M / (DIVMFC + 1)

Es(1600).

SCLKG2D(Mhz)= 200 / (4 + 1) = 40(Mhz)
SCLKG3D(Mhz)= 200 / (4 + 1) = 40(Mhz)
SCLKMFC(Mhz)= 200 / (4 + 1) = 40(Mhz)

Just to try by your self the values for 1200 and 1000 are (1200,300,6,1,6,6,1,3,3,3) and (1000,250,6,1,4,4,1,3,3,3).
To set your values at start-up crete a S_xxxxxx.sh script file as follow :
#!/system/bin/sh

echo "1600 400 6 1 7 7 1 4 4 4" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/user_free_freq_values_table_L0
echo "1500 375 6 1 7 7 1 4 4 4" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/user_free_freq_values_table_L1
echo "1400 350 6 1 7 7 1 3 3 3" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/user_free_freq_values_table_L2
echo "1300 325 6 1 7 7 1 3 3 3" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/user_free_freq_values_table_L3
Good work to all.:)


Version 4_6_1
STABLE (2010-12-29)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
- Fix a bug into memory timing change routine
- Remove useless kernel overhead disabling CONFIG_OABI_COMPAT from .config File
- Add "S_stock_mem_timings.sh" into S_scripts.zip to set memory timing a bit better as in datasheets specs to maximize its performances in a safe manner

Version 4_6_2 STABLE (2011-01-05)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
- Remove an useless line from post-init.sh
- Add laptop mode with misc tweaks enabled under Recovery
- Change property windowsmgr.set_max_events_per_sec to 60 to maximize UI smooth.

Version 4_6_3 STABLE (2011-01-11)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
- Add a patch to optimized cache flush
- Add Armv7 optimized memset version

Version 4_6_4 STABLE (2011-01-11)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
- Add voodoo kernel sound patches :p

Version 4_6_5 STABLE (2011-01-13)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
- Removed Armv7 optimized memset version
- Rear speaker volume increased +1 for media
- Light sensor polling interval changed to 2s instead of 0.5s
(saves battery, more stable brightness levels)
- Light sensor sensitivity adjusted so that the screen doesn't turn bright so easily
(saves battery and reduces screen burn)
- Adjustments to IO scheduler Tweak

Version 4_6_6(2011-01-15)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
- Battery polling decreased from 5s to 30s (better battery usage)
- Better display light usage (better battery usage)
- Wifi scanning interval increased to 60s (better battery usage)
- Since this version my kernel have its own CWM (from speedmod one) :
Possibility to apply lagfixes with ext2,ext3,ext4,ext4nj,jfs with or without binds.
/system conversion to ext4 or jfs
Ext4 mount options
Version 4_6_7 STABLE (2011-01-17)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
- Change light usage
- Add Custom kernel version
- Fix recovery lagfix bug
- Fix mic gain

Version 4_6_8 STABLE (2011-01-18)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
- Fix ROM Manager BUG (now updates work) (tnx nitr8 !!!)

Version 4_6_9 STABLE (2011-01-24)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
- Wifi driver battery drain fix
- Mic gain fix
- Voodoo sound 2
- VSF (Variable Screen Frequency) : Screen frequency go from 60hz (stock frequency) down to 25hz to maximize battery life. Frequency return to 60hz after a button/screen press or CPU load are more than or equal to 1ghz. Frequency return down to 60hz after 800ms.

Version 4_7_0 STABLE (2011-01-26)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
- Enabled Color Gain Screen Functions
- Add IPV6 privacy and enabled it by default
- Disable printk for better performances and battery usage
- Better VSF Settings.
- Add 7 sysfs files into "/sys/devices/platform/s3cfb" directory :
VSF_enable (to enable "1" or disable "2" VSF)
VSF_min_cpu_freq_to_change_screen_freq (To specify A CPU freq : - When CPU <= VSF is Enabled - When CPU > VSF is Disabled)
VSF_min_screen_freq (Min screen frequency)
VSF_timer_interval & VSF_timer_iterations_until_change (Screen set to lower freq after (VSF_timer_iterations_until_change) * (VSF_timer_interval in milliseconds))
LCD_color_gain & LCD_color_gain_low (see example script)
- Add 3 new script files to S_script.zip within default kernel values:
S_VSF_Disable.sh
S_VSF_Settings.sh
S_LCD_Color_Gain.sh

Version 4_7_1 (2011-01-27)
- Added support for voice calls through headphones
- Enable color gain only on video sync (better battery usage)
- Fix a "Color Gain" Bug
- New sysfs file :
LCD_max_screen_freq (Max screen frequency on normal use)

Version 4_7_2 STABLE (2011-01-29)
- Fix camera/video bug

Version 4_7_3(2011-01-31)
- VSF now is very user_friendly
- VSF changes :
Screen go to upper freq when volume key is pressed
Better color gain routine
Screen go to upper freq when accelerometer returned a value >= 0.3g (customizable using VSF_gforce in sysfs/devices/platform/s3cfb)
Screen min freq changed to 40hz from 25hz
Cpu min freq for VSF change to 600mhz from 800mhz
- Voodoo sound patched 4

Version 4_7_4 (2011-02-02)
- Fix the ext2 lagfix bug
- Optimal conservative governor settings (save a lot of battery)
- VSF changes :
MFC : When you see a video VSF will be disabled
Camera : When you use Camera VSF will be disabled
JPEG Decode/Encode : When you Encode Decode a Jpeg VSF will be disabled

Version 4_7_5 (2011-02-08)
- VSF is disable by default when you play a game
- Better governor settings (a bit lower battery usage)
- Cifs module compile and included as external one (some applications had some problems to probe it inside the kernel)
- Hz change to 400 and USER_HZ to 200. Better performances and user experience.

Version 4_7_6 (2011-02-10)
- Headphones Call work fully now
- Some little bug fix

Version 4_7_7 (2011-02-16)
- VSF now Disabled during battery charging
- Better screen Sharpness
- New sysfs file, /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/cpu_thres_table, to change cpu threshold values
- New script, S_set_cpu_thres_table.sh, inside S_scripts.zip file as an example to how change cpu threshold values

Version 4_7_8 (2011-02-20)
- Better Sharpness Again
- Added Bonus scaling on conservative governor :
Every two scaling up events a bonus up jump on upper freq is made to get more smooth
Every two scaling down events a bonus down jump on lower freq is made to get better power usage

Version 4_7_9 (2011-02-24)
- Fix a bug that hangs phone when you disable the cpu state before the maximum
- Add ext2 for System FS. IT DO NOT WORKS AT ALL. IS THE FS TYPE IS NOT SUPPORTED BY THE PHONE IN SOME WAY??
- Change down Bonus scaling on conservative governor
Now every THREE scaling down events a bonus down jump on lower freq is made to get better power usage and better system response time
Version 4_8_0 (2011-02-27)
- Fixed usb TV OUT reboot bug
- Go back to RCUTREE for better speed and stability
- Set VSF CPU limit to 800000 from 600000 from optimal usage

Version 4_8_1 (2011-02-28)
- VSF Disabled by DEFAULT
- Laptop Mode Disabled by DEFAULT
- RAMZSWAP Disabled by DEFAULT
- New options under Recovery Menu/Tweaks Options
Enable VSF
Enable Laptop Mode
Enable RAMZSWAP
Enable Memory Enhange Settings
Version 4_8_2 (2011-03-03)
- Better VSF screen adjustment algorithm. Less invasive.
- Add Kernel SuperSpeed option under Recovery Menu/Tweaks for a full speed kernel. High battery Usage !!!
- Remove Ext4nj from FS lagfix list but add under Recovery Menu/Tweaks these Options :
Disable EXT4 Journal on System
Disable EXT4 Journal on Cache
Disable EXT4 Journal on Data
Version 4_8_3 (2011-03-18)
- Little VSF adjustments
- Voodoo Sound V. 5
- Now, if you want you can disable journal on EXT4 DBData.
 

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khutzang

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I downloaded this kernel. But odin does NOT detect the file as a .tar.. The filename has with it the .tar extension, but my pc detects it as a .zip file. what do i do?

edit: LOL nevermind. i just forgot that i hid the extensions so i shifted to displaying the extensions and edit it from zip to tar. :p
 
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khutzang

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Do optimizations have any affect on battery life etc?
Hmmmm... I'm no pro.. But I think faster performance means more effort on the hardware, which means more energy will be used. I THINK. :p

By the way, I have just downloaded another ROM, and when i tried to go to recovery, my screen hangs at the galaxy screen. :p Went back to download mode, and I'm flashing a different ROM at the moment.

Anyway, tried using linpack and quadrant. Numbers weren't significant, but response in real time is a better benchmark than these programs. It feels snappier and faster. :)
 

superbar

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tried it already but i can't say it became faster, the internet fix worked for me cuz i could really feel the sifference but for this ....meh..
 

techmik67

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Would like to try, but as a captivate user, I don''t like i9000 roms without reorient kernel to keep my buttons properly mapped, my power button in recovery, autorotation and the other things that kernel addresses......
 

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    ULTIMATE SUPER OPTIMIZED Kernel

    Samsung S5PV210_Rev1.0 Datasheets Are available here http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=859545


    GT-I9000_Kernel_4_3_4_OK Sources available here http://www.megaupload.com/?d=H0QFFLJ4

    GT-I9000_Kernel_4_4_8_OK Sources available here http://www.megaupload.com/?d=UJM8VASD

    GT-I9000_Kernel_4_5_1_OK Sources available here http://www.megaupload.com/?d=Y038C7LT

    GT-I9000_Kernel_4_6_1_OK Sources available here http://www.megaupload.com/?d=D9SB31OI

    GT-I9000_Kernel_4_7_3_OK Sources available here http://www.megaupload.com/?d=4MZSID83

    GT-I9000_Kernel_4_7_7_OK Sources available here http://www.multiupload.com/4J7C7PNX7J

    Insanity [ROM] by nitr8 powered by ULTIMATE SUPER OPTIMIZED Kernel !!!!

    If you want to disable ramzswap put S_ramzswap_disable.sh from S_scripts.zip into you /etc/init.d directory

    If you want to maximize ram performances put S_stock_mem_timings.sh from S_scripts.zip into you /etc/init.d directory

    If you want to disable VSF put S_VSF_Disable.sh from S_scripts.zip into you /etc/init.d directory

    The file "Customized_freqs.txt" contains a list of usable frequencies, and all of them divisors, for customize first four kernel frequencies.

    If someone want ... i added possibility to donate something by paypal on my profile. If you appreciated my work you could give me a little gift.
    It works on all stock froyo ROMS !!

    Istructions:

    Install Kernel :
    1- download kernel
    2- (Only Odin Version )turn off unzip file and use tar file as pda in odin and flash it
    3- (Only CWM Version)go into CWM recovery and select install zip from sdcard, choose kernel CWM zip from sdcard and then install it

    Apply Lagfix :
    - after you installed kernel go into CWM recovery and select advanced ulk features-->Lagfix option and select your desire method and reboot your device

    Apply root :
    - Go into CWM recovery and select advanced ulk features-->Install superuser option, select Ext:..... and then select yes. Afther reboot the phone.


    This kernel has:
    - Works on all stock Froyo ROMs and popular custom ROMs
    - Adjusted kernel HZ value to 300
    - Adjusted user HZ value to 150
    - 340MB of RAM and all features should work e.g. 720P recording & playback (since 4_4) 342MB since 4_5_3
    - tun support included inside kernel
    - Includes neldar's BackLightNotification 2.2 from https://github.com/project-voodoo/ba...ernel_patches/ (update to v2.3.1 since 4_6)
    - sztupy's Universal Lagfix
    - Sharpness & color fix for UI, inspired by supercurio's work on Voodoo
    - SpeedMod: Replaced kernel jhash2 with jhash3
    - Uses BFQ IO scheduler by default
    - Updated FS code in kernel
    - Added Tiny RCU patch for better speed and efficiency
    - FS drivers compiled as external modules and loaded only if used
    - OC frequencies (1200-1300-1400-1500-1600) keep attenction !!!!!!
    - PDIV values optimized into clock sources
    - support for AOSP bootanimation.zip
    - ramzswap (http://code.google.com/p/compcache/) for better ram usage.
    - sched patch : automated per tty task groups (system more smooth and responsive) (v3(since 4_3) and v4(since 4_4))
    - (since 4_4) Applied patches to FS sources to maximize throughtput
    - UV Support using VoltageControl version >= 2.0
    - System FS Corruption patch applied
    - (since 4_4) Frequencies over 1.2 ghz are overvolted. If you want you can find the more stable voltage for your phone
    - (since 4_4) new sysfs table to disable selective frequencies
    /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/states_enabled_table Into this file there is an 0 or an 1 for each frequency from the higher to the lower (Es. "1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 .....")
    If value is set to zero relative frequency will not be used.
    to use execute : echo "1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 ....." > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/states_enabled_table
    - (since 4_4) new sysfs table to read default voltage value and UV value fro each frequency
    /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/frequency_voltage_table
    in each row the fisrt parameter is the frequency (mhz), the second the default voltage, the third the voltage with UV applied.
    there's a row for each frequency
    - (since 4_4_2) CIFS driver
    - (since 4_4_6) SDCard FAT check on start-up
    - (since 4_4_7) safe ro system mount & safe ext4 stl{} blocks mount at start up
    - (since 4_4_7) two new sysfs files in "/sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq" to change memory timings (AC_timing_data_registers,AC_timing_row_registers). Read datasheets and use at own risk.
    - (since 4_4_9) JPU/JPX Drivers used now
    - (since 4_4_9) JPU/JPX Memory config
    - (since 4_4_9) Add tune2fs for ext4 into initramfs
    - (since 4_6) JPX Kernel Aligned
    - (since 4_6_4) Voodoo kernel sound patches included
    - (since 4_6_6) Possibility to apply lagfixes with ext2,ext3,ext4,ext4nj,jfs with or without binds.
    - (since 4_6_6) /system conversion to ext4 or jfs
    - (since 4_6_6) Ext4 mount options
    - (since 4_6_9) Voodoo sound 2
    - (since 4_6_9) VSF (Variable Screen Frequency)
    - (since 4_7_0) Enabled Color Gain Screen Functions
    - (since 4_7_0) Add IPV6 privacy and enabled it by default
    - (since 4_7_0) Disable printk for better performances and battery usage


    Frequency voltages Table :
    1600000, 1500
    1500000, 1500
    1400000, 1500
    1300000, 1500
    1200000, 1300
    1120000, 1300
    1000000, 1275
    900000, 1275
    800000, 1200
    600000, 1175
    400000, 1050
    200000, 950
    100000, 950

    Good UV Values :
    1600000 -150
    1500000 -150
    1400000 -175
    1300000 -175
    1200000 -25
    1120000 -25
    1000000 -50
    900000 -50
    800000 -50
    600000 -50
    400000 -75
    200000 -75
    100000 -75

    Version 4_0 STABLE (2010-11-10)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
    - BLN 2.2 :
    For BLN 2.2 you MUST:
    - Users of old BLN versions need to boot to Recovery Menu, then Turn Off & Turn On BLN again
    - Install the latest version of BLN app by neldar from http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=823922
    - FS mount tweak options inserted into init script
    - Only OC Version : Use xan's app if you dont want to disable it (VoltageControl >= 1.98) - here


    Version 4_1 STABLE (2010-11-15)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)

    - Some little bug fixes
    - Add support for AOSP bootanimation.zip
    The custom bootanimation.zip should be placed in either /data/local/ or /system/media/.
    If the file bootanimation.zip does not exist in either /data/local/ or /system/media/, the default Samsung boot animation will play.​

    Version 4_2 STABLE (2010-11-19)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)

    - No more deadsleep problems
    - Add TINY_RCU from kernel > 2.33 (less memory and battery usage)
    - Add ramzswap (http://code.google.com/p/compcache/) for better ram usage.
    It creates a compressed swap file into memory.​
    Important : disable data loop or use lagfix without binds. It could cause problems with ramzswap !!!
    - All FS structure align with lastest patches.


    Version 4_3(2010-11-25)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)

    - Make ramzswap work better
    - Update Sourgery G++ compiler to the lastest one available for download
    - Add more compire optimizations options
    - Add 600-904-1120-1304-1400 frequencies (system set 1000000 mhz by default at startup)
    - use VoltageControl version >= 2.0 to raise frequency or UV settings
    - More little fixes to improve battery drain
    - add [RFC/RFT PATCH v3] sched: automated per tty task groups (system more smooth and responsive)
    - FS Corruption patch applied

    Version 4_3_FIX(2010-11-26)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)

    - Fix Recovery mode hang problems

    Version 4_3_2_FIX(2010-11-27)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
    - Fix UV Settings Hang problems on some configurations

    Version 4_3_3_FIX(2010-11-27)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
    - More Fixes for UV Settings Hang problems on some configurations

    Version 4_3_4_FIX STABLE (2010-11-27)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
    - Ultimate Fix for UV Settings Hang problems on some configurations

    Version 4_4(2010-12-01)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
    - add [RFC/RFT PATCH updated to v4] sched: automated per tty task groups (system more smooth and responsive)
    - FS Compiled as external modules and load only if used
    - Voltage reset ad stock values
    - Frequencies over 1.2 ghz are overvolted. If you want you can find the more stable voltage for your phone
    - new sysfs table to disable selective frequencies
    /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/states_enabled_table Into this file there is an 0 or an 1 for each frequency from the higher to the lower (Es. "1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 .....")
    If value is set to zero relative frequency will not be used.
    to use execute : echo "1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 ....." > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/states_enabled_table
    - new sysfs table to read default voltage value and UV value fro each frequency
    /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/frequency_voltage_table
    in each row the fisrt parameter is the frequency (mhz), the second the default voltage, the third the voltage with UV applied.
    there's a row for each frequency
    - Applied patches to FS sources to maximize throughtput

    Version 4_4_FIX(2010-12-01)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
    - fix frequency_voltage_table voltages missmatch
    - minor change to make phone a bit smoother

    Version 4_4_2_FIX(2010-12-02)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
    - Some fixes for CWM hangs (it hangs only if you stay for a long time on main menu)
    - CIFS driver added
    - Some minor patches

    Version 4_4_6_FIX(2010-12-06)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
    - all bugs fixed
    - better battery usage
    - SDCard FAT check on start-up

    Version 4_4_7 (2010-12-07)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
    - OC stability fixes
    - safe ro system mount at startup
    - safe ext4 stl{} blocks mount at start up
    - two new sysfs files in "/sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq" to change memory timings (AC_timing_data_registers,AC_timing_row_registers). Read datasheets and use at own risk.

    Version 4_4_8 STABLE (2010-12-08)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
    - reduce voltage manager latency to remove last UV stability problems
    - minor smooth enhancement

    Version 4_4_9 (2010-12-12)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
    - JPU/JPX Drivers used now
    - JPU/JPX Memory config
    - WiFi works now
    - add tune2fs for ext4 into initramfs
    - OC stability fixes
    - Quadrant works now

    Version 4_5 (2010-12-14)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
    - USB SDCard mount problem fixed
    - Performances enhancement
    - Frequencies wrong values fixed

    Version 4_5_1 (2010-12-18)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
    - FS Performances increased
    - Little stability fix
    - Fix enabled_states (now work)
    - Better scheduler init parameters
    - fixed a problem for 1500 and 1600 frequencies.

    Version 4_5_2 STABLE (2010-12-20)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
    - Ramzswap fixes on free-notify
    - Update tune2fs executable
    - fixed a stability problem for 1120 Mhz frequency
    - fixed a stability problem with ext4 mount on dbdata partition
    - fixed start-up hang problem

    Version 4_5_3 STABLE (2010-12-21)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
    - 342 MB free at start-up

    Version 4_6 STABLE (2010-12-28)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
    - JPX Kernel Aligned
    - Minor memory tweaks.
    - BlackLigthNotificaion updated to v2.3.1
    - Fixed a bug with external SD Mount
    - Since this release the first four frequencies are completely user configurable :
    There are four new sysfs files with this structure ARMCLK,MDIV,PDIV,SDIV,DIVA2M,DIVHCLKM,DIVPCLKM,DIVG2D,DIVMFC,DIVG3D
    - /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/user_free_freq_values_table_L0 original values (1600,400,6,1,7,7,1,4,4,4)
    - /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/user_free_freq_values_table_L1 original values (1500,375,6,1,7,7,1,4,4,4)
    - /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/user_free_freq_values_table_L2 original values (1400,350,6,1,7,7,1,3,3,3)
    - /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/user_free_freq_values_table_L3 original values (1300,325,6,1,7,7,1,3,3,3)

    ARMCLK is the final CPU freq(Mhz) and it is a calculated value so do not set it as you want. It's value have to be calculate as follow :
    ARMCLK = MDIV X 24 / (PDIV × 2power(SDIV-1)

    where, MDIV, PDIV, SDIV must meet the following conditions :
    PDIV: 1 = PDIV = 63
    MDIV: 64 = MDIV = 1023
    SDIV: 1 = SDIV = 5
    (25/ PDIV): 1MHz <= (24/ PDIV) <= 12MHz

    Es. ARMCLK = 400 X 24 / (6 × 2power(1-1) = 1600(Mhz)

    DIVHCLKM is the divisor for main system frequency.

    HCLK_MSYS(main system frequency in Mhz) = ARMCLK / (DIVHCLKM + 1)
    Es(1600). HCLK_MSYS = 1600 / (7 + 1) = 200(Mhz)
    HCLK_MSYS must be <= 200 (Mhz)

    DIVPCLKM is the divisor for perimetral devices frequency.

    PCLK_MSYS(perimetral devices frequency in Mhz) = HCLK_MSYS / (DIVPCLKM + 1)
    Es(1600). PCLK_MSYS = 200 / (1 + 1) = 100(Mhz)
    PCLK_MSYS must be <= 100 (Mhz)

    DIVA2M is the divisor for 2d and 3d subsystem frequency.

    SCLKA2M( 2d and 3d subsystem frequency in Mhz) = ARMCLK / (DIVA2M + 1)
    Es(1600). SCLKA2M = 1600 / (7 + 1) = 200(Mhz)
    SCLKA2M must be <= 400 (Mhz)

    DIVG2D is the divisor for 2d graphic subsystem.
    DIVG3D is the divisor for 3d graphic subsystem.
    DIVMFC is the divisor for Multi-Format Codec.

    these values must be calculate as follow :

    SCLKG2D= SCLKA2M / (DIVG2D + 1)
    SCLKG3D= SCLKA2M / (DIVG3D + 1)
    SCLKMFC= SCLKA2M / (DIVMFC + 1)

    Es(1600).

    SCLKG2D(Mhz)= 200 / (4 + 1) = 40(Mhz)
    SCLKG3D(Mhz)= 200 / (4 + 1) = 40(Mhz)
    SCLKMFC(Mhz)= 200 / (4 + 1) = 40(Mhz)

    Just to try by your self the values for 1200 and 1000 are (1200,300,6,1,6,6,1,3,3,3) and (1000,250,6,1,4,4,1,3,3,3).
    To set your values at start-up crete a S_xxxxxx.sh script file as follow :
    #!/system/bin/sh

    echo "1600 400 6 1 7 7 1 4 4 4" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/user_free_freq_values_table_L0
    echo "1500 375 6 1 7 7 1 4 4 4" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/user_free_freq_values_table_L1
    echo "1400 350 6 1 7 7 1 3 3 3" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/user_free_freq_values_table_L2
    echo "1300 325 6 1 7 7 1 3 3 3" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/user_free_freq_values_table_L3
    Good work to all.:)


    Version 4_6_1
    STABLE (2010-12-29)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
    - Fix a bug into memory timing change routine
    - Remove useless kernel overhead disabling CONFIG_OABI_COMPAT from .config File
    - Add "S_stock_mem_timings.sh" into S_scripts.zip to set memory timing a bit better as in datasheets specs to maximize its performances in a safe manner

    Version 4_6_2 STABLE (2011-01-05)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
    - Remove an useless line from post-init.sh
    - Add laptop mode with misc tweaks enabled under Recovery
    - Change property windowsmgr.set_max_events_per_sec to 60 to maximize UI smooth.

    Version 4_6_3 STABLE (2011-01-11)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
    - Add a patch to optimized cache flush
    - Add Armv7 optimized memset version

    Version 4_6_4 STABLE (2011-01-11)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
    - Add voodoo kernel sound patches :p

    Version 4_6_5 STABLE (2011-01-13)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
    - Removed Armv7 optimized memset version
    - Rear speaker volume increased +1 for media
    - Light sensor polling interval changed to 2s instead of 0.5s
    (saves battery, more stable brightness levels)
    - Light sensor sensitivity adjusted so that the screen doesn't turn bright so easily
    (saves battery and reduces screen burn)
    - Adjustments to IO scheduler Tweak

    Version 4_6_6(2011-01-15)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
    - Battery polling decreased from 5s to 30s (better battery usage)
    - Better display light usage (better battery usage)
    - Wifi scanning interval increased to 60s (better battery usage)
    - Since this version my kernel have its own CWM (from speedmod one) :
    Possibility to apply lagfixes with ext2,ext3,ext4,ext4nj,jfs with or without binds.
    /system conversion to ext4 or jfs
    Ext4 mount options
    Version 4_6_7 STABLE (2011-01-17)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
    - Change light usage
    - Add Custom kernel version
    - Fix recovery lagfix bug
    - Fix mic gain

    Version 4_6_8 STABLE (2011-01-18)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
    - Fix ROM Manager BUG (now updates work) (tnx nitr8 !!!)

    Version 4_6_9 STABLE (2011-01-24)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
    - Wifi driver battery drain fix
    - Mic gain fix
    - Voodoo sound 2
    - VSF (Variable Screen Frequency) : Screen frequency go from 60hz (stock frequency) down to 25hz to maximize battery life. Frequency return to 60hz after a button/screen press or CPU load are more than or equal to 1ghz. Frequency return down to 60hz after 800ms.

    Version 4_7_0 STABLE (2011-01-26)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
    - Enabled Color Gain Screen Functions
    - Add IPV6 privacy and enabled it by default
    - Disable printk for better performances and battery usage
    - Better VSF Settings.
    - Add 7 sysfs files into "/sys/devices/platform/s3cfb" directory :
    VSF_enable (to enable "1" or disable "2" VSF)
    VSF_min_cpu_freq_to_change_screen_freq (To specify A CPU freq : - When CPU <= VSF is Enabled - When CPU > VSF is Disabled)
    VSF_min_screen_freq (Min screen frequency)
    VSF_timer_interval & VSF_timer_iterations_until_change (Screen set to lower freq after (VSF_timer_iterations_until_change) * (VSF_timer_interval in milliseconds))
    LCD_color_gain & LCD_color_gain_low (see example script)
    - Add 3 new script files to S_script.zip within default kernel values:
    S_VSF_Disable.sh
    S_VSF_Settings.sh
    S_LCD_Color_Gain.sh

    Version 4_7_1 (2011-01-27)
    - Added support for voice calls through headphones
    - Enable color gain only on video sync (better battery usage)
    - Fix a "Color Gain" Bug
    - New sysfs file :
    LCD_max_screen_freq (Max screen frequency on normal use)

    Version 4_7_2 STABLE (2011-01-29)
    - Fix camera/video bug

    Version 4_7_3(2011-01-31)
    - VSF now is very user_friendly
    - VSF changes :
    Screen go to upper freq when volume key is pressed
    Better color gain routine
    Screen go to upper freq when accelerometer returned a value >= 0.3g (customizable using VSF_gforce in sysfs/devices/platform/s3cfb)
    Screen min freq changed to 40hz from 25hz
    Cpu min freq for VSF change to 600mhz from 800mhz
    - Voodoo sound patched 4

    Version 4_7_4 (2011-02-02)
    - Fix the ext2 lagfix bug
    - Optimal conservative governor settings (save a lot of battery)
    - VSF changes :
    MFC : When you see a video VSF will be disabled
    Camera : When you use Camera VSF will be disabled
    JPEG Decode/Encode : When you Encode Decode a Jpeg VSF will be disabled

    Version 4_7_5 (2011-02-08)
    - VSF is disable by default when you play a game
    - Better governor settings (a bit lower battery usage)
    - Cifs module compile and included as external one (some applications had some problems to probe it inside the kernel)
    - Hz change to 400 and USER_HZ to 200. Better performances and user experience.

    Version 4_7_6 (2011-02-10)
    - Headphones Call work fully now
    - Some little bug fix

    Version 4_7_7 (2011-02-16)
    - VSF now Disabled during battery charging
    - Better screen Sharpness
    - New sysfs file, /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/cpu_thres_table, to change cpu threshold values
    - New script, S_set_cpu_thres_table.sh, inside S_scripts.zip file as an example to how change cpu threshold values

    Version 4_7_8 (2011-02-20)
    - Better Sharpness Again
    - Added Bonus scaling on conservative governor :
    Every two scaling up events a bonus up jump on upper freq is made to get more smooth
    Every two scaling down events a bonus down jump on lower freq is made to get better power usage

    Version 4_7_9 (2011-02-24)
    - Fix a bug that hangs phone when you disable the cpu state before the maximum
    - Add ext2 for System FS. IT DO NOT WORKS AT ALL. IS THE FS TYPE IS NOT SUPPORTED BY THE PHONE IN SOME WAY??
    - Change down Bonus scaling on conservative governor
    Now every THREE scaling down events a bonus down jump on lower freq is made to get better power usage and better system response time
    Version 4_8_0 (2011-02-27)
    - Fixed usb TV OUT reboot bug
    - Go back to RCUTREE for better speed and stability
    - Set VSF CPU limit to 800000 from 600000 from optimal usage

    Version 4_8_1 (2011-02-28)
    - VSF Disabled by DEFAULT
    - Laptop Mode Disabled by DEFAULT
    - RAMZSWAP Disabled by DEFAULT
    - New options under Recovery Menu/Tweaks Options
    Enable VSF
    Enable Laptop Mode
    Enable RAMZSWAP
    Enable Memory Enhange Settings
    Version 4_8_2 (2011-03-03)
    - Better VSF screen adjustment algorithm. Less invasive.
    - Add Kernel SuperSpeed option under Recovery Menu/Tweaks for a full speed kernel. High battery Usage !!!
    - Remove Ext4nj from FS lagfix list but add under Recovery Menu/Tweaks these Options :
    Disable EXT4 Journal on System
    Disable EXT4 Journal on Cache
    Disable EXT4 Journal on Data
    Version 4_8_3 (2011-03-18)
    - Little VSF adjustments
    - Voodoo Sound V. 5
    - Now, if you want you can disable journal on EXT4 DBData.
    6
    Version 4_8_2 is OUT !!!

    Version 4_8_2 (2011-03-03)
    - Better VSF screen adjustment algorithm. Less invasive.
    - Add Kernel SuperSpeed option under Recovery Menu/Tweaks for a full speed kernel. High battery Usage !!!
    - Remove Ext4nj from FS lagfix list but add under Recovery Menu/Tweaks these Options :
    Disable EXT4 Journal on System
    Disable EXT4 Journal on Cache
    Disable EXT4 Journal on Data​
    6
    Version 4_6_4 STABLE is OUT !!!!

    Version 4_6_4 STABLE (2011-01-11)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
    - Add voodoo kernel sound patches
    tongue.gif
    6
    Version 4_7_4 is OUT !!!

    Version 4_7_4 (2011-02-02)
    - Fix the ext2 lagfix bug
    - Optimal conservative governor settings (save a lot of battery)
    - VSF changes :
    MFC : When you see a video VSF will be disabled
    Camera : When you use Camera VSF will be disabled
    JPEG Decode/Encode : When you Encode Decode a Jpeg VSF will be disabled​
    6
    Version 4_7_0 is OUT !!!

    Version 4_7_0 STABLE (2011-01-26)(Full working 3G call and 720 video recording & playback)
    - Enabled Color Gain Screen Functions
    - Add IPV6 privacy and enabled it by default
    - Disable printk for better performances and battery usage
    - Better VSF Settings.
    - Add 7 sysfs files into "/sys/devices/platform/s3cfb" directory :
    VSF_enable (to enable "1" or disable "2" VSF)
    VSF_min_cpu_freq_to_change_screen_freq (To specify A CPU freq : - When CPU <= VSF is Enabled - When CPU > VSF is Disabled)
    VSF_min_screen_freq (Min screen frequency)
    VSF_timer_interval & VSF_timer_iterations_until_change (Screen set to lower freq after (VSF_timer_iterations_until_change) * (VSF_timer_interval in milliseconds))
    LCD_color_gain & LCD_color_gain_low (see example script)
    - Add 3 new script files to S_script.zip within default kernel values:
    S_VSF_Disable.sh
    S_VSF_Settings.sh
    S_LCD_Color_Gain.sh