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I'm thinking about flashing version 003 beta 11 on top of SlimICS 4.2. I have 2 questions:
  1. Do I need to flash a repacked version of the kernel? If I flash the kernel as is, then what do I lose/gain?
  2. Is the screen flickering issue present or has it been squashed?
 

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DUE TO MY EXTREMELY BUSY SCHEDULE BOTH @ WORK AND @ HOME, I WILL ONLY MAKE MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENTS ONCE PER WEEK
Open Beta may not be stable and may cause issues with your phone!


By loading open beta you have agreed to:

1. To report all random reboots with associated /proc/last_kmsg
2. To provide feedback on errors or bugs with detail phone information such as ROM, kernel version, and apps
3. Participate in Forum discussions for the beta software with others without FLAMING each other or post useless information such as:
a) Phone doesn't boot (without providing any additional information, ROM versions etc)
phone is too hot (without providing any additional information, ie OC freq, UV etc)

The Open Beta system is designed to have the community help each other and the developers. This way, all potential bugs are flushed out so the final released version will be stable and error free. The more actively you participate in Beta Testing the better the final product will be (you are really helping yourself to create a better community software).

If you do NOT agree with the statements above, DO NOT load my Open Beta software.


Kernel 007 Open Beta 1 is out! (BETAs ARE ALWAYS ULTIMATE unless I stated otherwise)

ICS ==> http://faux.androidro.ms/Endeavoru-Faux123-007b1.zip

[ build 1 ]
Added 2 scheduler fixes from Linux 3.5+
Added ARM asm optimized AES/SHA1 crypto libs (excellent for IPSEC tunneling, up to 50% throughput improvement)
Tweaked Deadline I/O scheduler for better Android performance and made default
Added Variant 0 Override (OC up to 1.5 GHz Quad, some as Variant 1 users)
 

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I've been using 007u for a few days now with ViperX 2.1.0 ROM. Once I used tools like BetterBatteryStats and CpuSpy to identify where to tweak some settings, I removed ALL of the monitoring tools and only used a simple script to UV the CPU by -125mv. Since then my battery life has has been extended substantially! I went over 18 hours with light use yesterday and was still sitting pretty at 54% battery.

Thanks faux! This kernel is excellent!
 

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DUE TO MY EXTREMELY BUSY SCHEDULE BOTH @ WORK AND @ HOME, I WILL ONLY MAKE MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENTS ONCE PER WEEK
Open Beta may not be stable and may cause issues with your phone!


By loading open beta you have agreed to:

1. To report all random reboots with associated /proc/last_kmsg
2. To provide feedback on errors or bugs with detail phone information such as ROM, kernel version, and apps
3. Participate in Forum discussions for the beta software with others without FLAMING each other or post useless information such as:
a} Phone doesn't boot (without providing any additional information, ROM versions etc)
b} phone is too hot (without providing any additional information, ie OC freq, UV etc)

The Open Beta system is designed to have the community help each other and the developers. This way, all potential bugs are flushed out so the final released version will be stable and error free. The more actively you participate in Beta Testing the better the final product will be (you are really helping yourself to create a better community software).

If you do NOT agree with the statements above, DO NOT load my Open Beta software.


Kernel 010 Open Beta 4 is out! (BETAs ARE ALWAYS ULTIMATE + Variant Free unless I stated otherwise)

ICS ==> http://faux.androidro.ms/Endeavoru-Faux123-010b4.zip

[ build 4 ]
Disable changing of governors during screen on/off transitions

[ build 3 ]
Revert back to older Auto-hotplug CPU driver (CPU Quiet has quadcore gaming issues)

[ build 2 ]
Added CPU Quiet driver framework from nv reference
added bunch of Tegra3 patches for clock, emc and others from nv reference

[ build 1 ]
board-sensors: fixed a merge derp
Board and Drivers update from HTC 2.17 source release
ALSA driver compilation code clean up
Linux core kernel components update from HTC 2.17 source release
Network ip/bluetooth stacks update from HTC 2.17 source release
ALSA Sound drivers update from HTC 2.17 source release
 

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Discussion Starter · #30 ·
DUE TO MY EXTREMELY BUSY SCHEDULE BOTH @ WORK AND @ HOME, I WILL ONLY MAKE MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENTS ONCE PER WEEK
Open Beta may not be stable and may cause issues with your phone!


By loading open beta you have agreed to:

1. To report all random reboots with associated /proc/last_kmsg
2. To provide feedback on errors or bugs with detail phone information such as ROM, kernel version, and apps
3. Participate in Forum discussions for the beta software with others without FLAMING each other or post useless information such as:
a} Phone doesn't boot (without providing any additional information, ROM versions etc)
b} phone is too hot (without providing any additional information, ie OC freq, UV etc)

The Open Beta system is designed to have the community help each other and the developers. This way, all potential bugs are flushed out so the final released version will be stable and error free. The more actively you participate in Beta Testing the better the final product will be (you are really helping yourself to create a better community software).

If you do NOT agree with the statements above, DO NOT load my Open Beta software.


Kernel 010 Open Beta 6 is out! (BETAs ARE ALWAYS ULTIMATE + Variant Free unless I stated otherwise)

ICS ==> http://faux.androidro.ms/Endeavoru-Faux123-010b6.zip

[ build 6 ]
re-enabled cpufreq gov change based on screen on/off
re-enabled cpu quiet driver
make balanced governor default for quiet driver
disabled runnable threads for quiet driver
cpuquiet/governors/balanced: make runnable thread as a compilation option
board/cpu-tegra3: make runnable thread as a compilation option
board/cpu-tegra: add mutex protection around cpu gov changes
arm: tegra: Fix cpu governor change issue
board/cpu-tegra: change governor using cpufreq interface

[ build 5 ]
cpufreq/ondemand: update dbs sampling rate based on screen on/off
removed cpufreq gov change based on screen on/off

[ build 4 ]
Disable changing of governors during screen on/off transitions

[ build 3 ]
Revert back to older Auto-hotplug CPU driver (CPU Quiet has quadcore gaming issues)

[ build 2 ]
Added CPU Quiet driver framework from nv reference
added bunch of Tegra3 patches for clock, emc and others from nv reference

[ build 1 ]
board-sensors: fixed a merge derp
Board and Drivers update from HTC 2.17 source release
ALSA driver compilation code clean up
Linux core kernel components update from HTC 2.17 source release
Network ip/bluetooth stacks update from HTC 2.17 source release
ALSA Sound drivers update from HTC 2.17 source release
 

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Kernel Haxor
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Discussion Starter · #31 ·
DUE TO MY EXTREMELY BUSY SCHEDULE BOTH @ WORK AND @ HOME, I WILL ONLY MAKE MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENTS ONCE PER WEEK
Open Beta may not be stable and may cause issues with your phone!


By loading open beta you have agreed to:

1. To report all random reboots with associated /proc/last_kmsg
2. To provide feedback on errors or bugs with detail phone information such as ROM, kernel version, and apps
3. Participate in Forum discussions for the beta software with others without FLAMING each other or post useless information such as:
a} Phone doesn't boot (without providing any additional information, ROM versions etc)
b} phone is too hot (without providing any additional information, ie OC freq, UV etc)

The Open Beta system is designed to have the community help each other and the developers. This way, all potential bugs are flushed out so the final released version will be stable and error free. The more actively you participate in Beta Testing the better the final product will be (you are really helping yourself to create a better community software).

If you do NOT agree with the statements above, DO NOT load my Open Beta software.


Kernel 010 Open Beta 9 is out! (BETAs ARE ALWAYS ULTIMATE + Variant Free unless I stated otherwise)

ICS ==> http://faux.androidro.ms/Endeavoru-Faux123-010b9.zip

[ build 9 ] (release candidate, could possibly be the VF version for official release)
revert back to original hotplug drivers
removed latest cpuquiet patches

[ build 8 ]
dynamic sync
Added latest cpuquiet patches

[ build 7 ]
disabled cpufreq gov change based on screen on/off

[ build 6 ]
re-enabled cpufreq gov change based on screen on/off
re-enabled cpu quiet driver
make balanced governor default for quiet driver
disabled runnable threads for quiet driver
cpuquiet/governors/balanced: make runnable thread as a compilation option
board/cpu-tegra3: make runnable thread as a compilation option
board/cpu-tegra: add mutex protection around cpu gov changes
arm: tegra: Fix cpu governor change issue
board/cpu-tegra: change governor using cpufreq interface

[ build 5 ]
cpufreq/ondemand: update dbs sampling rate based on screen on/off
removed cpufreq gov change based on screen on/off

[ build 4 ]
Disable changing of governors during screen on/off transitions

[ build 3 ]
Revert back to older Auto-hotplug CPU driver (CPU Quiet has quadcore gaming issues)

[ build 2 ]
Added CPU Quiet driver framework from nv reference
added bunch of Tegra3 patches for clock, emc and others from nv reference

[ build 1 ]
board-sensors: fixed a merge derp
Board and Drivers update from HTC 2.17 source release
ALSA driver compilation code clean up
Linux core kernel components update from HTC 2.17 source release
Network ip/bluetooth stacks update from HTC 2.17 source release
ALSA Sound drivers update from HTC 2.17 source release
 

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Kernel 010m is possibly the best kernel ever. With the official CM10 nightly, it runs smooth and battery backup is also good.

Only gripe that I have is that it does tend to get a little too warm on processor intensive applications.

Thanks for the amazing kernel man! :)
 
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