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Is there a new gapps for 2.3.3? I'm on #17/winner00, and some apps won't sync with market.
 

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Let me know how my kernels perform on CM6 if you don't mind.

l think primed will perform with ninja like prowess :)

Im on #248 with your deprimed #12 and it works great. Phone is fastest it has ever been. Its set at 1000/250 but only thing I noticed is batt life goes down pretty fast since flashing your kernel, which I dont care since I have a charger everywhere I go.
 

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Let me know how my kernels perform on CM6 if you don't mind.

l think primed will perform with ninja like prowess :)

Im on #248 with your deprimed #12 and it works great. Phone is fastest it has ever been. Its set at 1000/250 but only thing I noticed is batt life goes down pretty fast since flashing your kernel, which I dont care since I have a charger everywhere I go.

Have you tried primed (all deprimed commands are available) for a day? On my device primed has overall lower CPU usage and better sleep habits.

http://bit.ly/primed_test

I know the names can get confusing, primed is my newest work...there was an original CM6 based kernel I did called primed which fixed compcache.
 
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Have you tried primed (all deprimed commands are available) for a day? On my device primed has overall lower CPU usage and better sleep habits.

http://bit.ly/primed_test

I know the names can get confusing, primed is my newest work...there was an original CM6 based kernel I did called primed which fixed compcache.

Do I still need to load your milestone over clock that I did with deprimed?
 

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Have you tried primed (all deprimed commands are available) for a day? On my device primed has overall lower CPU usage and better sleep habits.

http://bit.ly/primed_test

I know the names can get confusing, primed is my newest work...there was an original CM6 based kernel I did called primed which fixed compcache.

Do I still need to load your milestone over clock that I did with deprimed?

You don't have to use the modified MSOC on either kernel.

Flash kernel, boot up and do this in a terminal.

Code:
su
primed
 

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And I have to do that each time I boot? Sorry, I know prob answered but didnt feel like reading through all the pages on the thread. I use setcpu also, if this makes a difference
 

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It's on the first page, second post of the deprimed link in my signature.

You only need to run the primed command once.
 

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Thanks, I think I'm up to date.

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I will be changing the primed/deprimed update scripts to check if there is an update available before updating in the future. I made changes to the scripts today, not worth mentioning so I haven't.
 
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