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[Kernel]netarchy-toastmod, Stable: 4.3.1 Beta: 4.3.4 (17-Mar-2011) Now With HDMwIn

  1. frenchy714

    frenchy714 Well-Known Member

    The majority of us are fans and users of Netarchy's kernels and he's released his 4.3.4 beta. Here's the change log:

    Notes for Revision 4.3.4
    - HDMwIn support added, you still need to download the free HDMwIn app
    from the android market to use HDMI mirroring
    - Timer tick set to 1000hz
    - Unnecessary extra debugging turned off for public builds, should result in a small speed boost

    If you're interested in downloading it, here you go:

    [Kernel]netarchy-toastmod, Stable: 4.3.1 Beta: 4.3.4 (17-Mar-2011) Now With HDMwIn - xda-developers

  2. akazabam

    akazabam Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the heads up. I haven't had much time to keep up on stuff lately. I'll have to try this out soon.
  3. Hunterbeav

    Hunterbeav Well-Known Member

    Well it's a new kernel so you know I have to try it lol. Flashed 4.3.4 sbc more havs last night, charged all night, took off charger and within 5 mins. Battery down to 96%. Reflashed 4.3.2 sbc more havs recharged for 40 min and battery back to normal. Off charger now 1 hr with just web surfing and still at 99%. Please lets keep posted of battery life people are getting with this kernel. Thanks all
  4. Internetpilot

    Internetpilot Well-Known Member

    I'm getting nice battery stats with 4.3.4 nosbc cfs more havs. I'm using SetCPU just like the previous beta -- not overclocking, min set at 245000, no profiles, Smart$$ scaling.

    Charged it to 100% this am while getting ready to go on a pedalcar ride, played music via the speaker during my whole ride (30-45 mins one way), surfed/facebook'ed about 15 mins and checked/replied to about a dozen emails at my destination, took a couple pics and uploaded them via Facebook, listened to music all the way back home. I was at 93% when I got home.

    That's excellent battery life for me, especially with just topping off the charge before I left. I'll keep testing and update. Now off to try HDMwIn!
  5. Internetpilot

    Internetpilot Well-Known Member

    Kinda-sorta related (and a little of a double-post since I started a new thread on this), but does anyone know how to disable the stock HDMI Out service (as in what the name of the service is)? I can't figure it out and search hasn't turned up anything except the repeated advice by both Full HDMI and HDMwIn to disable that service (but they don't state the name).

    I'm getting a conflict between HDMwIn and the stock HDMI Out service sometimes when displaying pics or playing videos over HDMI.

    Otherwise, the kernel and HDMwIn are working great so far!


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