[KERNEL] Kernel (deprimed_test) - Break It If You Can

Discussion in 'Droid Kernels' started by prime, Feb 22, 2011.

  1. mightybrick

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    I ran it in su terminal as
    Code:
    sh /system/etc/init.d/15noop
    I now get the output:
    Code:
    
    cat /sys/block/*/queue/scheduler  
    [noop] cfq  
    [noop] cfq  
    [noop] cfq  
    [noop] cfq  
    [noop] cfq 
    [noop] cfq  
    [noop] cfq  
    [noop] cfq  
    [noop] cfq  
    none 
    none 
    none 
    none 
    none 
    none 
    none 
    none 
    none
    [noop] cfq  
    [noop] cfq  
    [noop] cfq  
    [noop] cfq  
    [noop] cfq  
    [noop] cfq  
    [noop] cfq  
    [noop] cfq  
    [noop] cfq
    none
    
    It seemed to work, although I don't know what that stray "none" at the end means. I'll try adding that 'sleep 60' at the beginning and see if that works for reboots.
     
    #2017 mightybrick, Sep 21, 2011
    Last edited: Sep 21, 2011
  2. prime

    prime Kernel Developer
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    The 'none' is supposed to be there, its fine.

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  3. chmcclellan

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    Has anybody noticed a slowdown/freezes after switching to noop? I switched from ADW EX to GoLauncher so that may be the cause, but pulled the noop script to see if things improve.
     
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    my og is always slow. im not sure if this would make a difference
     
  5. prime

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    Mine is showing its age as well, come on prime....time for a dual core beast.
     
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    is the prime better than the bionic and why? also arent quad core phones coming soon?
     
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    Bionic is only 1.0ghz dualcore, most new phones will be 1.5ghz
     
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    Not to mention the fact that the Prime will also be one of the first devices running Ice Cream Sandwich
     
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    how about rooting? im sure it wont take long, but i need me some wifi teathering... im getting close to upgrade time...just dont know what to get or to wait it out. Im not a samsung fan. their galaxy series with the fascinate was horrible. I dont know if i can get past how crappy that phone was/is
     
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    The Prime is actually the Nexus Prime, and while it will be made by Samsung, since it is a Nexus device it should mean that it's unlocked and relatively easy to root. At least that's what I'm hoping for, because all the "leaked" specs are pretty drool worthy.
     
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    Unlocked bootloader = upgradeable kernels, else I wouldn't care if it was kal-el quad core equipped.

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    i know samsung releases products before they are ready...thats what worries me. What about functinality like the bionic? access files from your comp on the phone? that kind of shiz
     
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