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Discussion in 'Cyanogenmod' started by jerroedr, Dec 5, 2010.
jdlfg's 300-850 kernel is working great.
JDLFG 1266mhz LV kernel runs perfectly on my phone.
What's the compcache kernel for cm6.1? Are there any with compcache and 1.2ghz?
where are the jdlfg kernels at?
also, p3 makes sapphire kernels and p3droid kernels. is there a difference? is one better than the other?
I'm running a Sapphire kernel, 125-1.1 GHz standard voltage and it runs great. Making 1400-16xx quadrants with compcache enabled. I have to have my compcache and P3 kernels run too hot for me.
You know I havn't tried Sapphire kernels on CM yet. I ran Sapphire ROM with it's kernels for a while and it ran good.
I'm using LFY Slayher 1.1 GHz kernel right now with good results. Might just have to give Sapphire kernels a run...
I switched from LFY to CM6.1 and I tried P3 but it wouldn't charge the battery and now I'm using Slayher LV 1.1ghz and it's working fine!
P3 LV 125-1200, no problems, but no compcache. Haven't been able to get it to work with any busybox or kernel since 204.
i got chevy's newest 1.1 ghz and by far it has been running the coolest.
why are they making it so hard to get compcache to work these days?
Using that script, terminal commands from my last post, and a P3Droid kernel AND RAMZSWAP module, all works. Chevy can't get compcache to work on any of his kernels, so if you're running Chevy you're not getting compcache till he can fix it, and he's doing X stuff now.
im over compcache. its cool and all but a good kernel installed and i cant tell a difference. plus, if cm wants compcache to work they should make it easier to get it going. not that its hard, but it isnt easy
I like the 30 extra megabytes I get of RAM.