Well froyo 2.2 has really come in with a nice bang and stirred excitment among the community. My first batch of kernels for froyo proved to be a short of my standards after hearing feedback from testers and users. This inspired me to really get down into my work and see what I could do to get them up to standard. I wanted to first thank P3 droid for his wireless patch allowing us to take advantage of these features as well as the assistance with all my questions. To all the testers every last one of you guys keep me going and make me want to continue to improve in anyway possible. Thank you you know who you guys are.
After feeling good about my .29 kernels I went into building these kernels with confidence only to be suprised. I have decided to move away from the conventional low voltage , medium voltage, and standard voltages and come up with what has worked for me on the various 2.2 roms out there. I believe that they will prove to be well rounded in what we look for in kernels.
Note: when adding constructive feedback please add which rom you are running.Thank you
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/6011176/jdlfg.800.v.32.2.0.zip 800 v.32.2.0
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/6011176/jdlfg.900.v.32.2.0.zip 900 v.32.2.0
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/6011176/jdlfg.1100.v.32.2.0.zip 1100 v.32.2.0
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/6011176/jdlfg.1200.v.32.2.0.zip 1200 v.32.2.0
Update all kernels have been compiled from AOSP including the WLAN module versus the first batch of .32 kernels released where we all used a patched version of wlan to allow for wireless functions. These have all been tested throuroughly by experienced users and have had excellent results minus the v.32.2.0 1000 which has been pulled and reworked. Enjoy.