Kernels Thread

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  1. rkeller62

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    Re: Kernels Threadi

    Cool. Been following your work and am intrigued. So far sticking with rooted stock rom and custom kernel as I actually like the stock look (yes, I am boring!) But I may have to try your kernel and, if it goes well, am considering your 'naked' rom.
     
  2. adrynalyne

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    There is a 9 screen stock launcher in the hacks forum if you like the stock look :)
     
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    lol, I may look at that, but I am soooo boring that 3 screens are actually enough for me.
     
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    just switched over to this kernel and like it ao far. Seems a bit 'snappier' than the lv 7 slot 1ghz kernel I was using, though the temps are a bit higher.

    One request, can you compile with support for reading the cpu temp? The kernel I was using supported that and it was nice to have.
     
  6. adrynalyne

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    Yeah next revision I will.
     
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    Great thanks. If I keep liking this kernel like I do now I may have to move onto trying one of your roms.
     
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    I wish I could run this kernel but my Droid reboots when I raise clockspeed
     
  9. adrynalyne

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    Unfortunately, not all Droids can handle the same manner of clock speed.
     
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    I really figured it would since mine only plays nice with medium voltage
     
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    The voltage is likely higher than mine.
     
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    i'm still confused on how one kernel to the next could make a phone feel snappier, slower, etc. i understand that the cpu core voltage is controleld there, so that makes sense. but what else can be done to a kernel that could speed things up? just for reference, i have no interest in tethering or vpn, just OCing. right now i'm running chevys lv 1ghz, but i keep seeing people say how much better the p3 one is...
     
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