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That should be the most recent update, so you're fine. The changelog versions don't run in parallel with the versions shown in the phone's kernel information.TopJimmy2 said:
If you open up a terminal you can type "mount" and the system, cache, dbdata, and data (you'll need to scroll up) should all have ext4 next to them (otherwise it will be rfs). If it says ext4, you should have lagfix enabled.gemro311 said:Rooting the charge is much different than my Eris ...lots of different things . So please excuse me for asking this totally absurd question ...I did read the entire thread and didn't find the answer..Please don't shoot me >>>Where are the settings in this Kernel? How do I know the lagfix has been applied across the file system? I applied this over the stock EE4. As I am not quite ready to install a custom and or leak Rom
Sounds like it's time for a Battery Stat Wipe. When you say you wiped all data, did you wipe batt stats when you came to imoseyon's kernel?"stranula said:For some reason since changing to gummy 2.0 with imoseyon's kernel my battery life tanked. I updated to the newest versions as they came and still getting about 8-10% battery decrease per hour with absolutely no use, and 1% every few minutes with use. I went ahead and completely started over again last night, cleared all data, odin back to stock ee4 and worked my way to gummy 2.0 with latest imoseyon kernel and no change. This was with no overclocking and undervolting at 100 for each level. Went back to imnuts uv kernel, and back to 3-5% per hour with light use in a low/no signal area with wifi on and wireless radio disabled. I wish I could've figured out what the issue was, but for now I'm back to imnut's kernel.
Yea, wiped everything including battery stat. The change when I went back to imnuts kernel was immediate, that was with another cache, dalvik, and battery stats wipe.Xerrus said:Sounds like it's time for a Battery Stat Wipe. When you say you wiped all data, did you wipe batt stats when you came to imoseyon's kernel?
You're seeing color differences? How?tuckmobile said:Hi imoseyon. Thanks for your great work on the kernel.
I am wondering what causes the difference in the colors in this kernel. I am assuming it is a way of conserving power, but any info would be interesting.
Check what governor you're using. Also keep in mind this is an overclocked kernel so check the speed settings too.stranula said:Yea, wiped everything including battery stat. The change when I went back to imnuts kernel was immediate, that was with another cache, dalvik, and battery stats wipe.
Hi imoseyon. Thanks for your reply. I have been on humble 1.51 and when i switched from imnut's kernel to yours the colors were less vibrant, a little washed out. It was subtle but noticeable. I've seen other people mention it ..."imoseyon said:You're seeing color differences? How?