Meow-Kernel | Redmi K30 5G

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Forenche

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  • Feb 19, 2020
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    Meow Kernel for Redmi K30 5G.

    HOW TO FLASH??
    Make sure you take a backup of your current Kernel before flashing! (I'm not taking responsibility for any damage)
    If you installed a custom Kernel before please flash the boot.img of the currently installed ROM or dirty flash the ROM.
    Then just flash the zip file through recovery or via FKM, Happy Flashing!



    Changelog:
    • Disabled audit
    • Cleaned up the touch driver a bit and disabled debugging
    • Switched to simple low memory killer
    • Killed userspace boosting
    • Added devfreq boost and cpu input boosting
    • Added CPUsets assist and stune assist
    • Enabled LSE atomics
    • Added dsboost
    • Added synamic stune boost
    • Switched to 100hz timer
    • Enabled power efficient workqueue by default
    • Enabled jump label optimisation
    • Added node tampering protection
    • Disabled corectl and scheduler features
    • Dropped CAF CPU boost in favor of cpu input boost
    • Enabled lz4 zram compression algorithm (default)
    • Set swapiness to 100
    • Few PM_QOS patches by Sultan
    • Affine few IRQs to prime cluster
    • Removed POPP
    • Boosted CPU while opening camera for 500ms to speed up camera opening
    • Some cpuidle patches by Sultan
    • Few moar changes (I am lazy to write all of them)



    Source code: https://github.com/Forenche/kernel_xiaomi_picasso/
     
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    siamese007

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  • Oct 8, 2017
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    Hello Sir and friends,

    I am using Meow kernel with Treble ARM64 A/B arch. Everything's working fine. But I don't know how to test the different between the kernel that comes with GSI ROM that I flashed and Meow kernel.
    All I can feel is slick performance.

    Thank you for the great kernel.

    Edit: add screenshot.
     

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      Meow Kernel for Redmi K30 5G.

      HOW TO FLASH??
      Make sure you take a backup of your current Kernel before flashing! (I'm not taking responsibility for any damage)
      If you installed a custom Kernel before please flash the boot.img of the currently installed ROM or dirty flash the ROM.
      Then just flash the zip file through recovery or via FKM, Happy Flashing!



      Changelog:
      • Disabled audit
      • Cleaned up the touch driver a bit and disabled debugging
      • Switched to simple low memory killer
      • Killed userspace boosting
      • Added devfreq boost and cpu input boosting
      • Added CPUsets assist and stune assist
      • Enabled LSE atomics
      • Added dsboost
      • Added synamic stune boost
      • Switched to 100hz timer
      • Enabled power efficient workqueue by default
      • Enabled jump label optimisation
      • Added node tampering protection
      • Disabled corectl and scheduler features
      • Dropped CAF CPU boost in favor of cpu input boost
      • Enabled lz4 zram compression algorithm (default)
      • Set swapiness to 100
      • Few PM_QOS patches by Sultan
      • Affine few IRQs to prime cluster
      • Removed POPP
      • Boosted CPU while opening camera for 500ms to speed up camera opening
      • Some cpuidle patches by Sultan
      • Few moar changes (I am lazy to write all of them)



      Source code: https://github.com/Forenche/kernel_xiaomi_picasso/
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      good project, keep going up!
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      Hello Sir and friends,

      I am using Meow kernel with Treble ARM64 A/B arch. Everything's working fine. But I don't know how to test the different between the kernel that comes with GSI ROM that I flashed and Meow kernel.
      All I can feel is slick performance.

      Thank you for the great kernel.

      Edit: add screenshot.