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SuperDroidMe

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Well....it will be interesting this device custom Rom with cooling fan and other hardware elements. I personally am just rooting the snot out of it and modding....after all it is stock Android pie....but you never know?
 

mslezak

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Has anyone installed a Kernel Manager to see what they enabled in the kernel by default? Like SmartPack https://forum.xda-developers.com/android/apps-games/app-smartpack-kernel-manager-t3854717 look under [CPU] schedutil governor settings (highspeed_load max frequency by cluster?)/ [GPU] max frequency (585mhz, 810mhz, other?) / Virtual Memory ZRAM settings / misc Fsync toggle? Those all can max out a stock ROM quite well if they are built into the kernel. These parameters are easier to see in EX Kernel Manager if you have a copy BTW. FK Kernel Manager not so much but I have config files for both that should crush benchmarks if you tell me what's enabled and which kernel manager you're using (been working on them on the Mi9 SoC 855 for a month or so). Considering this phone despite US bans as I understand it they have a North America version that appears to support all the bands we use here. 5000maH battery, liquid cooled SoC, and fan could really make this the top phone.
 
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    I have their git bookmarked on my desktop, they have posted all of their previous phones there, I don't see why they wouldn't for this phone. I'll post a link when they do release the kernel source.
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    I guess it useless if nubia never release the source code for our device. No one will build a custom rom for us. Wasn't it?

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    Has anyone installed a Kernel Manager to see what they enabled in the kernel by default? Like SmartPack https://forum.xda-developers.com/android/apps-games/app-smartpack-kernel-manager-t3854717 look under [CPU] schedutil governor settings (highspeed_load max frequency by cluster?)/ [GPU] max frequency (585mhz, 810mhz, other?) / Virtual Memory ZRAM settings / misc Fsync toggle? Those all can max out a stock ROM quite well if they are built into the kernel. These parameters are easier to see in EX Kernel Manager if you have a copy BTW. FK Kernel Manager not so much but I have config files for both that should crush benchmarks if you tell me what's enabled and which kernel manager you're using (been working on them on the Mi9 SoC 855 for a month or so). Considering this phone despite US bans as I understand it they have a North America version that appears to support all the bands we use here. 5000maH battery, liquid cooled SoC, and fan could really make this the top phone.