9/23/10 - New Kernels

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  1. furbearingmammal

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    At the rate heat builds up in the CPU, progressive steps don't really make too much sense. Often it'll just hit the high end and keep climbing as long as you're using the phone. If you're talking about overall temperature/battery temperature it's still the same thing. As a test open Temperature Monitor (the free version works for this) and then do some web browsing for a couple minutes, then check the temp on the CPU and battery. Now open your app drawer and scroll through it for a minute and check the CPU temperature again. If it's not spiking you're fine. If it's almost doubled from when you started, there's a heat issue and progressive stepping won't help.
     
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    can someone using the lv 1.1 new chevy kernel do me a huge favor and let me know the frequency of the 7 slots on it.

    iirc...it doesnt have a 700 slot. I think it goes from 550 to 800, which is why I use the 1.0ghz kernel. Plus I dont feel its necessary to clock 1.1 ghz...my phone is at its limit there.
     
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    ttt since I can't get any mods to sticky this ;)
     
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    stuck.....
     
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    thank you!
     
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    Does anyone have a link to the ChevyNo1 kernel modules? My previously bookmarked link is dead. I'm looking for cifs.ko and nfs.ko. Thanks!
     
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    Yes, but unfortunately the link to the cifs.ko module is broken. I suspect Chevy's cifs module is no longer available.
     
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    I'll check it out. Thanks for your help :)
     
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    chevy having trouble with ur kernels on shadowrom 0.2.1 they send me into boot loop, i've tried these ulv1.1 ulv1.0 and lv1.0 and 1.0mv all of which i've ran b4 without any problems, others were having the problems also with the kernels and wondered if u knew if there was anything that i could do to get them to run
     
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    I'm having the same problem. I tried the 0.8Ghz medV and got thrown into a bootloop.
     
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    Bootlooping on the M logo for me too on ShadowROM 0.2.1. Dang, Chevy's kernels were my failsafe! They always ran the best for me.
     
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    Try the 8-1 kernels.
     
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    The ones from 8/1/10 always worked for me. I just saw newer ones and wanted to try them out. Though they didn't work on ShadowROM, Chevy's newer kernels did work for me on another rom.