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[Kernel] [Aosp] Leankernel: Minimalistic Kernel (V6.2.1, 5/20/12)

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youarealwaysthereMD

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Posted 27 July 2011 - 10:08 AM #31

Bluetooth


I. Am. Dumb.
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Veridor

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Posted 27 July 2011 - 10:10 AM #32

I. Am. Dumb.


No worries. He reverted this backport from the OP changelog:

v3.5.3 (7/19/11) - completed BT backport (there were a few things missing), wifi driver updated to latest broadcom/android via jdkoreclipse (thx).
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fordtheriver

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Posted 28 July 2011 - 07:25 AM #33

When I put into car dock, with the car charger attached, and try to use the headphone jack for car audio, the sound comes out as muffled with feedback. I have figured out that this issue arises due to the car charger. If the TB isn't connected to DC power, there's no feedback or muffling. I'm running CM7, 0704radio, imoseyon 3.5.8 lean kernal set to extreme mode. Could this be due to undervolting?
(I have tried to recreate this problem with AC power and the sound is fine)
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brizey

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Posted 28 July 2011 - 11:19 AM #34

When I put into car dock, with the car charger attached, and try to use the headphone jack for car audio, the sound comes out as muffled with feedback. I have figured out that this issue arises due to the car charger. If the TB isn't connected to DC power, there's no feedback or muffling. I'm running CM7, 0704radio, imoseyon 3.5.8 lean kernal set to extreme mode. Could this be due to undervolting?
(I have tried to recreate this problem with AC power and the sound is fine)


It is probably your car electronics, not the phone. There must be a difference between the signal ground of your input jack and the ground in the lighter socket. I guess it could also be a bad DC to DC converter in your car charger (car is +12V, USB is +5 so they either use zener diode or a DC to DC chip). Try borrowing someone else's USB charger.
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rwpurp

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Posted 28 July 2011 - 03:45 PM #35

I'm a fan of this kernel, offering me great battery life compared to other kernels.

It appears that I have an issue with wifi on this kernel. I can connect to different wifi networks but I have been unable to connect to my university's wifi using this kernel compared to other kernels. I've tried different fixes but they do not fix this issue. I notice the wifi network use PEAP and MSCHAPV2. Can this be remedied?
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masri1987

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Posted 29 July 2011 - 01:26 AM #36

Imoseyon, curious question, is there anyway for you to implement the in-call volume fix Tiamat's kernels have?
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PerCompLLC

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Posted 29 July 2011 - 04:23 AM #37

Imoseyon, curious question, is there anyway for you to implement the in-call volume fix Tiamat's kernels have?


My question as well... :)
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lebowitz

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Posted 29 July 2011 - 05:45 AM #38

My question as well... :)


would be my no 1 fix request too
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masri1987

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Posted 29 July 2011 - 10:59 AM #39

if this kernel had in-call volume fix, then it has it all, there wouldn't even be another reason for other kernels to exist.
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explamphibian

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Posted 07 August 2011 - 05:11 AM #40

This is my standard and has been for a while. I switch to Go contacts and have found the widget doesn't work with this kernel :(
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