[Kernel][jb43] [v8.3, FINAL] Leankernel: Minimalistic Kernel
Posted 19 February 2012 - 01:52 PM #4662
Tuna is the board for CDMA and GSM models. The same 4.0.3 kernel will work on both CDMA and GSM phones, so the kernel is for both.
So, is this - https://github.com/i.../tree/lk-exp180 - CDMA? It doesn't really say, and there's a tuna branch, so I don't know.
Though that branch is kind of old.
This is the newest stable branch:
Edited by tiny4579, 19 February 2012 - 01:54 PM.
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Posted 19 February 2012 - 02:41 PM #4663
3g is going to be a lot higher than wifi. That's just how it is. I requested the lowering voltages of the 3g radio to faux and he said it's not possible to do it.
It's my understanding this is only the case when the radio is in use. At idle, when no data is actually transferring, 3g is less than wifi.
Or have I been misled here?
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Posted 19 February 2012 - 02:50 PM #4665
- XZ kernel image compression support
- lkflash: don't execute if not superuser
- fixed UV code bug introduced in 2.0.1. Also improved (doesn't
take 15-20 sec anymore) if used with "checkv"
- checkv: check voltage and accelerate calibration script
No need to upgrade from 2.0.1 if you don't care about custom undervolting.
If you are undervolting:
1) HIGHLY RECOMMEND you re-do calibration (undo existing voltage settings, flash new kernel, redo voltage settings).
2) HIGHLY RECOMMEND you use the "checkv" script while you calibrate.
checkv - this script will check your nominal and calibrated voltage for every frequency. It will also help accelerate the smartreflex calibration process. You don't need to run it at every boot - it's available as a tool to help with the custom undervolting process. It is safe to run at any time.
To use checkv: after setting voltage, open terminal, type "su" without quotes then enter, type "checkv" without quotes then enter.
sh-3.2# checkv leanKernel Voltage Checker -------------------------- Nominal Voltage - This is the voltage we choose as the starting point. Calibrated Voltage - Best voltage chosen by SmartReflex. Make sure that your screen is turned on... 350000: nominal 825000, calibrated 825000 700000: nominal 975000, calibrated 975000 920000: nominal 1075000, calibrated 1070000 1200000: nominal 1200000, calibrated 1200000 1350000: nominal 1200000, calibrated 1200000
Edited by imoseyon, 19 February 2012 - 08:38 PM.
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Posted 19 February 2012 - 02:51 PM #4666
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Posted 19 February 2012 - 03:02 PM #4667
Can someone answer this for me? If I leave my LTE on but use the power saver feature in the Aokp rom will this make my phone think that is constantly looking for a 4g signal,thus draining the battery quicker. This may be a dumb question but I haven't seen it addressed anywhere.If this is the case,what would be my best options?
No, the power saver options turn off the 4g radio when not in use, instead reverting to the 3g radio
Edited by david617, 19 February 2012 - 03:03 PM.
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If its not simple, its not correct.
Posted 19 February 2012 - 03:43 PM #4670
It shuts off one of the cores when the load is low
Is anyone using hotplugx? I've always used iX on Imos kernels, but hotplugx intrigues me. Since iX shuts off core1 while sleeping, what's the advantage/benefit of using hotplugx? Thanks in advance
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