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[KERNEL][BFS/CFS] OMFGB Kernel 9/16/2011 [AOSP]

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OP DRod2169

DRod2169

Developer

Posted 26 June 2011 - 09:17 PM #21

Will this be the kernel that is released with the mecha nightly for 6/26?

yes. plus overclocking. this kernel and the cfs version are also being included in the omfgb addons app
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OP DRod2169

DRod2169

Developer

Posted 26 June 2011 - 09:17 PM #22

you kernel is great.But can not use this vipermod and Does not support call recording,hope support


Will look in to both of these :tongue2:
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GTvert90

GTvert90

Average Android

Posted 26 June 2011 - 09:18 PM #23

Bfs link wont work for me through tapa talk.

How do you call record? That could be useful

Sent from my ThunderBolt using Tapatalk
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Smok3d

Smok3d

Android Apprentice

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Posted 26 June 2011 - 09:18 PM #24

Will give this a try, thanks brah!
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topsite

topsite

Average Android

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Posted 26 June 2011 - 09:27 PM #25

vipermod
http://bit.ly/kI3zi4

support call recording kernel
http://mirror.jdkore...osp_v1_bolt.zip
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z0mbiexx

z0mbiexx

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Posted 26 June 2011 - 09:53 PM #26

Still waiting for explanation of bfs and cfs </noob>
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icanhazdroid

icanhazdroid

Posted 26 June 2011 - 09:56 PM #27

Still waiting for explanation of bfs and cfs </noob>


Simply put, BFS will be faster, but lack a little in multitasking.
CFS is general better with multitasking, and sometimes a little smoother.

I prefer BFS, usually a pretty decent speed improvement and honestly multitasking is the same in my opinion
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bmerrill63

bmerrill63

Android Apprentice

Posted 27 June 2011 - 01:35 AM #28

Still waiting for explanation of bfs and cfs </noob>



I didnt get it either when i first started flashing kernels. Hope this will help, it did for me. http://www.stackedno...are-bfs-and-cfs
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dickenam

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News Team/Moderator

Posted 27 June 2011 - 05:19 AM #29

Still waiting for explanation of bfs and cfs </noob>


http://www.cs.unm.ed...kel-schulte.pdf

This is a very extensive paper on CFS and BFS.
More geared towards PCs but still provides useful information.
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OP DRod2169

DRod2169

Developer

Posted 27 June 2011 - 10:39 AM #30

Simply put, BFS will be faster, but lack a little in multitasking.
CFS is general better with multitasking, and sometimes a little smoother.

I prefer BFS, usually a pretty decent speed improvement and honestly multitasking is the same in my opinion


Basically true.

My BFS is tweaked highly though to be better fit for Android. Multitasking isn't a problem.
Also, the added RCU boost helps with high loads, multitasking, etc.
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