Originally Posted by Austrie
Good work dude, I knew you would make a kernel soon. Keep on taking care of stock!
That's all I know how to do
I should be posting a DEV release build today or tonight. It is still in the dev stage, but it will feature oc/uc from 122MHz to 2016MHz, and it defaults to 1024MHz, so it should boot on any phone, I also modified the ramdisk to remove the service where init.qcom.post_boot.sh is enabled, so that even if you don't modify that file, your frequencies and governor will stick because it never initiates that script in the first place. The ramdisk also contains a minimal busybox so that even without run-parts on your phone memory, init.d scripts will still be executed. There is alot more I did but you can look at that on github lol!