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[EOL][ROM][OmniROM][XZ2, XZ2C, XZ3] OmniROM 9.0.0_r47 [UNofficial] [Stable]

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By MartinX3, Recognized Contributor on 7th February 2019, 10:06 PM
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10th February 2019, 12:11 AM |#11  
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Hooo i see interactive governor in the screenshots?
AOSP does not use EAS or does only OMNI rom not use EAS?

erm, maybe the added EAS stuff last month. Hmm.
I asked some devs now.

Edit:
Interactive is used.
And there is no EAS.
10th February 2019, 08:30 AM |#13  
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erm, maybe the added EAS stuff last month. Hmm.
I asked some devs now.

Edit:
Interactive is used.
And there is no EAS.

So old HMP is used by Sony for their SD845 devices, or is this "workaround" only applied upon their official shared AOSP sources and blobs?

Could in that case explain the increased power consumption, becausr HMP is a leeching sucker compared to Energy Aware Scheduling / EAS.
10th February 2019, 09:00 AM |#14  
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So old HMP is used by Sony for their SD845 devices, or is this "workaround" only applied upon their official shared AOSP sources and blobs?

Could in that case explain the increased power consumption, becausr HMP is a leeching sucker compared to Energy Aware Scheduling / EAS.

I ask them if there are EAS plans.

Edit:
No plans, seems they don't like it.

Edit1:
Seems that with the other stuff in the kernel the EAS would lead into a battery drain.
And that the AOSP is battery optimized without it.

Ediit2:
They don't hate EAS.
It was just a decision at a time where other parameters lead to this decision.
Maybe they switch to EAS in the future.

Edit3:
EAM Energy Models are needed.
And because it's very hard to get one EAS may never get implemented.
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10th February 2019, 11:24 AM |#15  
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When do you plan to release the Omnirom build with the february 2019 patch?
10th February 2019, 11:47 AM |#16  
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When do you plan to release the Omnirom build with the february 2019 patch?

The February patch level required a rebuild of my build cache.
It's at 20% since an hour.
I am sure I can upload the stuff this evening.
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The February patch level required a rebuild of my build cache.
It's at 20% since an hour.
I am sure I can upload the stuff this evening.

Thx for the info.
10th February 2019, 11:49 AM |#18  
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Thx for the info.

You're welcome. Feel free to ask.
10th February 2019, 12:10 PM |#19  
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Besides of the security patch are there any other fixes in the new upcoming build?
10th February 2019, 12:38 PM |#20  
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Besides of the security patch are there any other fixes in the new upcoming build?

It has a build in changelog app.
10th February 2019, 07:47 PM |#21  
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I ask them if there are EAS plans.
Edit:
No plans, seems they don't like it.
Edit1:
Seems that with the other stuff in the kernel the EAS would lead into a battery drain.
And that the AOSP is battery optimized without it.
Ediit2:
They don't hate EAS.
It was just a decision at a time where other parameters lead to this decision.
Maybe they switch to EAS in the future.

I still don't get it.... how comes it's not included?
Why does sony even HAVE an AOSP?
Don't they use AOSP as base and then include all the sony stuff?
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