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Old February 11th, 2013, 12:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Thumbs down [Kernel][Linaro][O/C][GPL][31 JAN] A-kernel v3.3-r9-fix JB

GPL compliant on Github: Kernel Source

Google the CPU governors to see which might be best for you. They basically just change how the CPU ramps the frequency up and down for better performance and or better performance, with minimal to no battery loss.

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*Wipe dalvik cache once before flashing this version.
- ARM specific performance improvements; ARM Optimized ARM RWSEM, RWSEM updated to Linux 3.10
- Faster I\O throughput
- Some WiFI driver fixes
- Low Memory Killer, Binder, the Workqueue subsystem, and others, updated to Android/Linux 3.4+ kernel.
- Kernel has been updated to 3.0.101 (end of life) - Hundreds of bug fixes (ext4, arm; time, workqueue, sync, sched subsystem fixes, etc.)
- Freed a total of 27.2 MB from Kernel for System use. We have a total of 639.2 MB of available RAM now.
- Dec 22: Enabled Unaligned Memory Access. Bumped RAM speed in Antuntu benchmark
- MSM Bus updated to 3.4 Kernel source + fixes
- Lots of DMA-Buff and Sync patches.
- Kfreebytes: sets aside more RAM to keep available/free
- Enabled KSM Page Merging in kernel config and add feature to RamDisk to enable in system
- Switched back to the SLAB memory allocator which seems to have resolved any freezing issues users were having
- Properly enabled all ZRAM features in the kernel config. ZRAM works better now.
*Note: The ZRAM switch in Trickster does not work on our device. You will need to use the 90zram script below to activate ZRAM.
AKernel-v3.3-r9-fix
Click the "File" tab in the upper left and click "Download"
My shared directory on Google Drive- will be putting all Rush related stuff here. (for the Galaxy Rush)
Universal init.d

If your using another ROM skip and follow below steps:
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Type "free" and make sure the last line under 'swap' has numbers other then 0 and it's enabled.
If you don't copy the script to /etc/init.d ZRAM will not be re-enabled next time you reboot.

Don't go over 64MB; it won't kill your phone (probably..) but it will slow down from to much memory being reserved and taken for ZRAM.
ZRAM basically compresses device RAM to use for swap space. ZRAM swaps to RAM instead of internal storage (an HDD; in this case NAND Flash). MUCH faster swapping. Once the reserved amount is full, then swaps to disk (Internal NAND Flash) as normal.

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Just an FYI, 1.5 GHz is the recommended standard highest for OC according to any other phone that I've had before, but good job on successfully compiling the working kernels bro, GRATZ!!
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I was thinking about the same. 1.5 GHz would definitely be sweet spot for us, but there is not a 1.5 GHz in the frequency table. I can probably add it but I'm not pushing my luck (for now).

When I learn more and talk to down the machine about adding it to the table I'll try it. I'm running 1.4 right now but when I flashed the first working build (o/c working, all my builds worked/booted) and it went to the highest frequency, 1.8 GHz. I let it run - once I realized how stable it was - for a few hours. Didn't over heat and had no stability problems.

1.8 might be the actual Max the engineers intended? Which really doesn't make since because the max I've seen this chip is 1.4 GHz.

Idk but it works. I just finished an O/c kernel for the Reverb since superboy4444 requested, just had to do the same edits- the Reverb has the same chip as ours. Anyway now I'm going to start adding govenours, I/O schedulers, patches for Zram, init.d support with auto zip align and strtict min-free-memory tweaks and a few others I forgot :-)
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Can't wait to try that bad boy out.
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thanks for all the efforts!
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I may have found something but I can't test it until after work.
I'll post results tonight.
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I may have found something but I can't test it until after work.
I'll post results tonight.
I could make an updater.zip for the 1.8 boot.img if you'd like
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I could make an updater.zip for the 1.8 boot.img if you'd like
That would be awesome!
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Yeah do it man, please lol. If anybody can help with any kind of flash able zip that will JUST flash the boot.img and leave /system alone please feel free.
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Just post back or shoot me a PM whichever if you get something. I'm about to test some myself.
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Yeah do it man, please lol. If anybody can help with any kind of flash able zip that will JUST flash the boot.img and leave /system alone please feel free.
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Just post back or shoot me a PM whichever if you get something. I'm about to test some myself.
This took all day thanks to my GF's talking about V-day.

Anyways let me know if you guys want my build.prop edit that skips the boot animation and lcd density at 150. it makes it boot really fast when clocked to 1.8ghz which I run on mine.


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Haha! Awesome man :-)

Thanks a lot!!!

I will be sure to give you credit next time I update the thread. Working on the kernel past few hours.
Probably be a few days before I get a build with the extras up.
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This took all day thanks to my GF's talking about V-day.

Anyways let me know if you guys want my build.prop edit that skips the boot animation and lcd density at 150.
The Rush's density is supposed to be at 160, your 10 numbers off...
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The Rush's density is supposed to be at 160, your 10 numbers off...
Don't you think I know I'm ten off?

The rush looks way better with lcd resolution 150.

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Don't you think I know I'm ten off?

The rush looks way better with lcd resolution 150.

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If I would've known that you knew you were 10 numbers off do you think I would have told you?? And if it does look better at 150 that's awesome but I'd prefer to keep it at the standard resolution so things don't get squirly at that point, but that's just me...
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Do have a question though, does the density being at 150 display the dialer buttons right, and does it help with the camera app at all??
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You should try it out bro its not squirly

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No it doesn't help. I've had it down to 140 with pimp my rom on Party Time. I'm going to grab the first port without the changes and put it on virtuous ten and resize the while thing. I just have to make it through today at work. Valentine's is my busiest day.
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This took all day thanks to my GF's talking about V-day.

Anyways let me know if you guys want my build.prop edit that skips the boot animation and lcd density at 150. it makes it boot really fast when clocked to 1.8ghz which I run on mine.


1.4Ghz



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I flashed 1.8ghz yesterday and no problems and love it..I'm still running the "almost" stock and everything is great!
thank you
keep up the great work guys!
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Just FYI I did a successful compile with the Linaro tool-chain.

Shabby stated there is no gains using this but I would like to test this, flash a linaro build and compare benchmarks with SourceryCode tool-chain build.

I'd prefer to use Linaro as the default going forward though either way as I've heard a lot of good things about it.
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Just FYI I did a successful compile with the Linaro tool-chain.

Shabby stated there is no gains using this but I would like to test this, flash a linaro build and compare benchmarks with SourceryCode tool-chain build.

I'd prefer to use Linaro as the default going forward though either way as I've heard a lot of good things about it.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1371044

ezekeel is a very well known kernel dev who is amazing (makes me look like im drooling on myself)

linaro is proven to speed things up, but in userland compiling (the rom) not in the kernel. which is why cm merged in a bunch of linaro optimizations to their rom back in cm9
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Ah okay, that's what I was reading then (I didn't read the whole article because I started drooling about Linaro after reading about the better performance lol)

Thanks for clarifying Shabby my man.

I was wondering, there has to be a way to be able to compile the ROM source (an actual working build) for the Rush (like CM does and others for phones that are not Nexus devices).
Do they just take the pre-built parts that aren't including in the actual open source code, put it with the source in the right place's and then compile which should produce a working ROM- or am I completely off here. I haven't really done any research on that yet but was just thought about that the other day.

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Edit: Very nice article, thank you!
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phone fly's on 1.4ghz!
thinking about 1.8ghz
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Ah okay, that's what I was reading then (I didn't read the whole article because I started drooling about Linaro after reading about the better performance lol)

Thanks for clarifying Shabby my man.

I was wondering, there has to be a way to be able to compile the ROM source (an actual working build) for the Rush (like CM does and others for phones that are not Nexus devices).
Do they just take the pre-built parts that aren't including in the actual open source code, put it with the source in the right place's and then compile which should produce a working ROM- or am I completely off here. I haven't really done any research on that yet but was just thought about that the other day.

Thanks again
Edit: Very nice article, thank you!
cm compiles the entire rom from source, and adds in the libs and vendor blobs to make things work. there is no way for you to compile stock rom.
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Okay, but: I can compile the platform source that is provided then add the missing parts (that I can't build from source) like you said: libs and vendor blobs right, which would produce a working ROM?
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Okay, but: I can compile the platform source that is provided then add the missing parts (that I can't build from source) like you said: libs and vendor blobs right, which would produce a working ROM?
nope, the source they provide is only whats needed to legally be released under gpl
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Damn, alright then, thanks again for clarifying Shabby.
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Update:

Figured out why it won't allow to dynamically set the CPU frequencies in a ROM, also added CPU governors from downthemachines source and the 2 I/O schedulers as well.

CPU Governors added:
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+ Badass
+ Smartassv2
+ Pegasusq

I/O Schedulers:
+ VR
+ SIO

Enabled Swap support in the kernel.

I'm Testing.
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I flashed 1.8 when it first came available and it's been running awesome and haven't noticed any battery changes at all! You guys rule!
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is Christophorus kernel CWM flashable or ODIN? and how do i do it need to get past root lol need more goodies now
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is Christophorus kernel CWM flashable or ODIN? and how do i do it need to get past root lol need more goodies now
Cwm and pick the zip from your filesystem.
Animania260 is building a new img so please stay posted

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big thanks to Christophorus for making these zips my phone is way faster now boot time , start up lag and the pinball game i have a little super charger on them i using the 1.4 ATM . and a big thanks to animania260 for what hes has done . cant wait for future kernels and roms and what ever you all can pull out of your hats this is great almost spend more time reading about android then i do playing WOW lol
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antutu benchmark 3.1.1 cpu score stock 1ghz - integer - 686
float-point - 304

after 1.4 flash - integer - 1015
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everything seems faster thanks
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Exactly what I was going to say, Christophorus.

Updated thread with the link's to Christophorus' CWM flashable kernel zip's :-)
Thanks again Chris, also cleaned it up a bit.

Still testing this new version from yesterday with the CPU gov's and I/O schedulers, having a few problems with it.
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New build up, thread updated :-)

Getting much better performance with this build, did things a little differently this time. Getting more familiar with the code.

More to come!
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Getting much better performance with this build, did things a little differently this time. Getting more familiar with the code.

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Awesome! Just one question...where's the download? The link takes me to updater-scripts
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Awesome! Just one question...where's the download? The link takes me to updater-scripts
Argh, damn Google Drive, I love it but they need to make some things (like downloading a zip) easier and more intuitive..

Click the 'File' tab in the upper right and click download, that will download the zip.

I'm re-uploading them to dropbox and will update the links in a minute.

Edit: Added Dropbox link alongside Google Drive link.

Edit2: Also I just replaced the boot.img in Christophorus' 1.4 Ghz flashable zip, so it will say "Overclocking to 1.4 Ghz" lol just ignore I'll update it later. Spent all night since I got off work doing this and I'm done for the night, this is the build I've been trying to get for the past 3 days straight though! So more to come soon, stay posted :-)
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Click the 'File' tab in the upper right and click download, that will download the zip.

I'm re-uploading them to dropbox and will update the links in a minute.
Got it. I'm mobile so it was acting weird. Downloaded chrome and it worked perfectly...thanks
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Got it. I'm mobile so it was acting weird. Downloaded chrome and it worked perfectly...thanks
Yeah I was suspecting that exactly, but I thought you'd figure it out :-)
And others will know too now.

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Just one more thing. Try the 'badass' governor. This thing responds so fast it feels like a dual core. Awesomeness
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Yea. It was the first thing I did. So fast!
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More to come in the next few weeks. I'll try to update every week or so. Now that I've got this going I can start digging down into patches, cleaning up, init.d support, scripts, etc.

Lots to come.

Also I updated the thread credits: Slayer72 for connecting with me as it probably would of taking A LOT longer to find downthemachine' or similar source on my own, and without his source and Shabby for pointing me to it, we would not have this :-)

This new build makes this phone so damn fast, I did not think it was possible. Can't wait to see how much faster some patches and tweaks will make it.
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Lots to come.

Also I updated the thread credits: Slayer72 for connecting with me as it probably would of taking A LOT longer to find downthemachine' or similar source on my own, and without his source and Shabby for pointing me to it, we would not have this :-)

This new build makes this phone so damn fast, I did not think it was possible. Can't wait to see how much faster some patches and tweaks will make it.
init.d support is going to be awesome. I'll get to use the o/c deamon script again. You're right, this thing is so fast and I'm surprised that I don't have huge battery drain or the phone isn't on fire. Thanks again for this
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Should work now. System tuner shows me system temp, if that's what you're referring to?

Edit: or battery temp actually
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i would like to monitor the cpu temp but from what i read the kernel has to support it i will check out that app tho to see

edit: so system tuner did show the cpu temp but there is to many setting in there lol im a noob still so i dont want to mess my phone up with a wrong click i have that luck lol im using No-frills cpu control to change my governor and I/O scheduler very simple interface but ik its lacking advance controls and such
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i would like to monitor the cpu temp but from what i read the kernel has to support it i will check out that app tho to see

edit: so system tuner did show the cpu temp but there is to many setting in there lol im a noob still so i dont want to mess my phone up with a wrong click i have that luck lol im using No-frills cpu control to change my governor and I/O scheduler very simple interface but ik its lacking advance controls and such
Haha yeah when I first started using System Tuner I thought the exact same thing. Just go to CPU for the temp and CPU Gov, SD Card for the IO Scheduler or just use it to view the temp.

Get fimilar with it though, It's my favorite now.
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