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    Default [KERNEL][5.10.11][2.6.32.21] Kernels from Adrynalyne (Now on Kernel Manager!)

    Hey folks,

    This is a continuation of this thread:
    [Kernel][Sense] Adrynalyne's 2.6.32.21 [Latest Version 2.0-fixed] [Updated 4-2-2011] - xda-developers

    I've asked that mods close this thread so that I can kind of getting a better handle over it.

    So to continue into this new thread, I have new kernels.



    Remember: Overclocking is at your own risk, and not mine!

    All of these kernels will boot at 1ghz unless set to overclock via setcpu or another overclocking app.

    Features:

    CFS CPU scheduler
    BFQ I/O scheduler
    SIO I/O scheduler (4.4.1)
    V/R I/O scheduler (4.4.7)
    Undervolted
    Overclocked
    SLQB slab allocator
    smartass, performance, interactive, conservative, powersave, ondemand(default) governors.
    neon and cortex optimizations
    battery charging speed enhancements
    updated ashmem driver
    GPU+ patch
    nfs support
    ext4 support
    tun support
    Death Ray! (4.1+)
    TinyRCU (4.2+)
    Changes to wifi power management (4.2+)
    Backport of 2.6.39rc2 ondemand governor (4.2+)--Thanks Imoseyon
    CIFS(4.2+)
    lowmemkiller code tweaks (4.3+)
    sdcard read tweak (ymmv, 4.4.1)
    two way call recording support (4.4.3)
    dynamic VDD control (control freak series only)
    dynamic smartass governor control (control freak series only)
    more responsive conservative and interactive governors (control freak series only)

    Various other little insignificant tweaks.


    Current project is the control freak kernel, mainly to be used with the bamf roms, but will work with any Sense based rom. ***WARNING*** These are advanced kernels and you CAN end up not booting if you do not know what you are doing. If In doubt, use a bamf kernel, or DO NOT modify this kernel's advanced options.

    Current version is 2.0. Highlights:
    sleep_wakeup_freq added to smartass, and added as 1024mhz, default. Smartass has been tweaked to be a bit easier on the battery.
    conservative and interactive governors tweaked to be more responsive.
    smartass settings only apply after boot time. It was slowing down the phone on boot.

    Download (has call recorder support)
    http://gcode.biz/kernels/cf_2.0.zip

    Previous version is 1.9. Highlights:
    Ability to change smartass settings on the fly via terminal or via the 99smart_levels file in /system/etc/init.d. There are no instructions on how to edit this file, as if you do not know how to, this is going to be too advanced for you to play with just yet.

    Download (Has call recorder support)
    http://gcode.biz/kernels/cf_1.9.zip

    Code:
    #######Values explained#######
    
    #down_rate_us
    #The minimum amount of time to spend at a frequency before we can ramp down, default is 45ms.
    
    #up_min_freq
    #When ramping up frequency with no idle cycles jump to at least this frequency. Zero disables. Set a very high value to jump to policy max freqeuncy (like 9999999).
    
    #sleep_max_freq
    #When sleep_max_freq>0 the frequency when suspended will be capped by this frequency. Also will wake up at max frequency of policy to minimize wakeup issues.
    
    #sample_rate_jiffies
    #Sampling rate, I highly recommend to leave it at 2.
    
    #ramp_up_step
    #Freqeuncy delta when ramping up. Zero disables causes to always jump straight to max frequency.
    
    #max_ramp_down
    #Max freqeuncy delta when ramping down. zero disables.
    
    #max_cpu_load
    #PU freq will be increased if measured load > max_cpu_load.
    
    #min_cpu_load
    #CPU freq will be decreased if measured load < min_cpu_load.
    
    
    #######My default values#######
    
    #down_rate_us 40000
    #up_min_freq 9999999
    #sleep_max_freq 245760
    #sample_rate_jiffies 2
    #ramp_up_step 768000
    #max_ramp_down 368640 (change to 768000 for better battery savings)
    #max_cpu_load 70
    #min_cpu_load 30
    
    
    
    
    echo "40000" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/smartass/down_rate_us
    echo "9999999" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/smartass/up_min_freq
    echo "245760" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/smartass/sleep_max_freq
    echo "2" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/smartass/sample_rate_jiffies
    echo "768000" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/smartass/ramp_up_step
    echo "368640" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/smartass/max_ramp_down
    echo "70" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/smartass/max_cpu_load
    echo "30" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/smartass/min_cpu_load



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    Previous version is 1.2. Highlights:
    Working from bamf 4.4.7 kernel, and includes filesystem, lowmemkiller, and other enhancements.
    Voltage can be set on the fly via terminal, or via the 00vdd_levels file in /system/etc/init.d. There is documentation in this file. There are no instructions on how to edit this file, as if you do not know how to, this is going to be too advanced for you to play with just yet.

    Code:
    As a point of reference, these are the stock kernel voltages.
    
    #245760 @ 1000mV
    #368640 @ 1050mV
    #768000 @ 1100mV
    #1024000 @ 1100mV
    
    These are what I use for my latest kernels.
    
    #245760 @ 900mV
    #368640 @ 950mV
    #768000 @ 1025mV
    #1024000 @ 1075mV
    #1280000 @ 1150mV
    #1408000 @ 1200mV
    
    Voltage levels can vary from 750mV to 1300mV, and ONLY in 25mV increments.
    First number=frequency (static)
    Second number= voltage (750-1300)
    
    Examples of how to set from the command line(To keep settings persistent on boot, use file in init.d):
    
    echo "245760 900" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels
    echo "368640 950" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels
    echo "768000 1025" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels
    echo "1024000 1075" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels
    echo "1280000 1150" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels
    echo "1408000 1200" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels
    
    To check current levels,
    cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels  (ignore first five numbers)
    Download (Has call recorder support)
    http://gcode.biz/kernels/cf_1.2.zip

    Download revert file if you cannot boot
    http://gcode.biz/kernels/revert_file.zip





    -------------------------------Project complete---------------------------------------------
    Current version is 4.4.7
    --New tweaked v/r scheduler.
    --CFS tweaks.

    With call recording support
    http://gcode.biz/kernels/4.4.7.zip

    Without call recording support
    http://gcode.biz/kernels/4.4.7_nr.zip

    Previous version is 4.4.6
    --Basically the 4.4.5 kernel finalized.
    --Two versions, one with call recording support, one without.

    With call recording support
    http://gcode.biz/kernels/4.4.6.zip

    Without call recording support
    http://gcode.biz/kernels/4.4.6_nr.zip


    Previous version is 4.4.5 *experimental*
    --Converts all ext3 filesystems to ext4, with additional tweaks. Performance increase is noticeable.
    --Removes call recording support, due to some issues found with in call volume. YMMV.
    --New clock table based off imoseyon's tesla kernel, using my own voltages.
    http://adrynalyne.grdlock.net/bamf/k...4.4.5_test.zip


    Current version is 4.4.4
    --Converts all ext3 filesystems to ext4, with additional tweaks. Performance increase is noticeable.
    http://adrynalyne.grdlock.net/bamf/k...bamf_4.4.4.zip

    Previous version is 4.4.3 *experimental*
    --two way call recording support added (requires compatible app)
    --reverted audio enhancements to default (didn't seem they were doing anything useful).
    http://adrynalyne.grdlock.net/bamf/k...bamf_4.4.3.zip

    Previous version is 4.4.2 *experimental*
    --Tweaked voltages and smartass some to try and stabilize 4G and smartass. I think I undervolted too much.
    Remember, clear data on setcpu and then reboot. Then auto detect frequency again.
    http://adrynalyne.grdlock.net/bamf/k...bamf_4.4.2.zip


    -----------------------------------------------
    Previous version is 4.4.1 *experimental*


    Only one version this time. Those who don't want to overclock, don't need to. By default it will not. For those who want it, it will scale to 1.5ghz.
    --reworked frequencies and voltages. Higher overclock, further undervolt at lower speeds.
    --reworked smartass for the new kernel. (be careful, lockups have been reported. New ondemand governor is very efficient)
    --removed nonworking fps tweak.
    --added new compile optimizations.
    --added sdcard read tweak (ymmv)
    http://adrynalyne.grdlock.net/bamf/k...bamf_4.4.1.zip


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    Previous version is 4.3

    a version
    http://adrynalyne.grdlock.net/bamf/k.../bamf_4.3a.zip

    b version
    http://adrynalyne.grdlock.net/bamf/k.../bamf_4.3b.zip

    c version
    http://adrynalyne.grdlock.net/bamf/k.../bamf_4.3c.zip

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    Previous version is 4.2

    a version
    http://adrynalyne.grdlock.net/bamf/k.../bamf_4.2a.zip

    b version
    http://adrynalyne.grdlock.net/bamf/k.../bamf_4.2b.zip

    c version
    http://adrynalyne.grdlock.net/bamf/k.../bamf_4.2c.zip


    --------------------------------------------------

    Previous version is 4.1

    --Tweaking of version a smartass governor.
    --Addition of death ray (requires suitable app support, such as here: [MOD][PORT] (4/5/2011) Power Control Widgets - xda-developers)

    Version a:
    http://adrynalyne.grdlock.net/bamf/k.../bamf_4.1a.zip

    Version b:
    http://adrynalyne.grdlock.net/bamf/k.../bamf_4.1b.zip

    Version c:
    http://adrynalyne.grdlock.net/bamf/k.../bamf_4.1c.zip

    Note: I am not responsible for vision damage, household fires, or burnt out LEDs from Death Ray.



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    Previous version is 4.0.

    Version a:
    http://adrynalyne.grdlock.net/bamf/k.../bamf_4.0a.zip

    Version b:
    http://adrynalyne.grdlock.net/bamf/k.../bamf_4.0b.zip

    Version c:
    http://adrynalyne.grdlock.net/bamf/k.../bamf_4.0c.zip

    Requirements to overclock:

    --Bravery (or stupidity?)
    --Setcpu SetCPU for Root Users [2.1.3] Dual Core Madness 05/03/2011 - xda-developers

    Notes to devs:

    --I am totally cool with you guys using my kernels in your roms, but please give me a heads up and a small blurb in your credits is all I ask.
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    Sweet, will download as soon as I put down my Xoom. =)

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    I'm running this right now. It's working fantastically thus far! I won't know how well it does on battery until tomorrow, but I'm optimistic.
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    Oh man. I'm just charging up my phone, then i'm gonna get this.
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    Hey Dren what quadrant were you able to get.

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    Guys, ignore quadrant. Please? Its not a measure of performance by any means.

    That said...this will be up on rom manager later.

    kernel_flash9.zip

    -ext4 support
    --nfs support removed for now to cut down kernel size (wasn't loading as modules)
    --on demand default governor until tweaking of smartass is perfected. This will make the benchmark folks happy
    --tweaked smartass
    --other little tweaks
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    Cool. I guess I'll be testing the battery life of this one, then.

    For what it's worth, 1.8 didn't seem to have any effect on what CurrentWidget reported the power drain to be.
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    Thanks for the hard work. Im gettin to it now. Will report back with results.
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    The battery life on this thing is AMAZING! I installed the kernel at around midnight with 54% battery left. With moderate-heavy usage until around 4, I'm sitting at 38% currently.

    Edit: Also running Das BAMF 1.2 btw
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrynalyne View Post
    Guys, ignore quadrant. Please? Its not a measure of performance by any means.

    That said...this will be up on rom manager later.

    kernel_flash9.zip

    -ext4 support
    --nfs support removed for now to cut down kernel size (wasn't loading as modules)
    --on demand default governor until tweaking of smartass is perfected. This will make the benchmark folks happy
    --tweaked smartass
    --other little tweaks
    I follow alot of what you say, but with all these "tweaks" coming left and right. How would we noobs understand what you mean by these tweaks?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guntherm View Post
    I follow alot of what you say, but with all these "tweaks" coming left and right. How would we noobs understand what you mean by these tweaks?
    Nfs mean need for speed
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    Can I install this kernel on top of TPS(perfect storm) I've never installed just a kernel. Thanks for the help. I've already got it DL'D just waiting for the go-ahead

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    What is the best way to flash one of these? Do I need to wipe data/factory reset. What will happen to my current rom? Thanks in advance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wjdonova@gmail.com View Post
    What is the best way to flash one of these? Do I need to wipe data/factory reset. What will happen to my current rom? Thanks in advance.
    I believe you can flash this on top of a ROM currently being ran. But I could be wrong as I'm kinda waiting for the same answer

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    I flashed the kernel on top of the "Das BAMF" rom with no problem at all. Ive only been running a little over an hour and all seems well. Hell, better than well. The battery drain seems to be down to a trickle.

    I'm going to charge and run some sort of battery monitor to see if what I'm perceiving is real.
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    Never flashed a kernel before..do you just put this in the root of the folder and run clockwork recovery and install '.zip' like you would a rom or anything else?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Upstreammiami View Post
    Nfs mean need for speed
    then what is smartass.. LOL and no, not my ex-wife...
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    Quote Originally Posted by l_boogie820 View Post
    Never flashed a kernel before..do you just put this in the root of the folder and run clockwork recovery and install '.zip' like you would a rom or anything else?
    Yes or you could use the ROM Manager APP. Thats a bit easier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhoMe View Post
    Yes or you could use the ROM Manager APP. Thats a bit easier.
    Should I also do a cache/dalvik cache wipe too?
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    Quote Originally Posted by l_boogie820 View Post
    Should I also do a cache/dalvik cache wipe too?
    Those are built based off application usage. The kernel has nothing to do with applications - it is just the underlying Linux kernel that powers the machine and runs the appropriate Android frameworks and services so that you can actually use the OS with your hardware.

    So, feel free to leave your sdcard, system, data, cache, and Dalvik cache alone.
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    Perfect thanks!
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    This Rom kicks some major Tbolt booty. I've been off of my charger for 1.5 hrs and I've only dropped 9%! Thanks for all of the hard work!

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    Just to make sure, what does it say for you guys under kernel ?

    Mine is
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    Also, thanks for everything! Currently running your ROM and kernel and love it so far!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LinxuSx View Post
    Just to make sure, what does it say for you guys under kernel ?

    Mine is

    Also, thanks for everything! Currently running your ROM and kernel and love it so far!

    Sent from my ADR6400L using Tapatalk
    That's what mine says...

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    Ok I flashed the new Kernel and it all went smoothly. The phone is up and running just fine. I'm just having this one problem now. I am getting the "WIFI error" in the settings menu. Did a battery pull. Maybe thinking about repairing permissions or a cache/dalvik wipe?

    I upgraded to 1.2 Das Bamf before this and all went very well. Wifi still worked, so i believe this to be kernel update related. Any tips?

    Adrynalyne, do you have the link to the stock kernel in case I need to downgrade?

    Thanks all!
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