New JDLFG kernels are out, w/CPU temps


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    Redflea Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    1225 ghz running like a champ! Thanks for the heads up
     
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    Gah, I wish he'd start a new thread there. I think I downloaded his first gen kernels, and I somehow ended up flashing 6.0RC1 on my phone (pretty sure I just selected the wrong file from my sdcard).

    Gives me a reason to test out a nightly though :)
     
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    nightlys are more fun anyway :D
     
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    wifi broken on Sapphire =/
     
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    Redflea Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Yeah...I installed on CM6 and had wifi broken as well, along with got really high CPU temps (could have cooked an egg).

    Bizarre...JDLFG have always been the best kernel for me in the past - I tried the 900 and 1050, and couldn't run either, and wifi was broken on both. Very surprising.
     
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    Weird. I'm on CM6 RC2 and I've been using the 1225 kernel with no problems and wifi works fine.
     
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    Chevy's Kernels >> JDLFG Kernels
     
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    emdmao Well-Known Member

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    Every phone will react differently to different kernels. Jdflg gives me the best temperatures and battery life. Don't be an ass posting useless and uninformative opinions.
     
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    1225 Mhz had me in a boot loop with CM6.0RC2. Had to step down to 1100 Mhz.:confused:


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    WiFi was not working for me on the 1100 Mhz kernel. Had to revert to an older 1100 Mhz kernel.
     
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    Insightful...

    I haven't had any problems with JDLFG's 1100 kernel so far. Wifi, temps, speed, battery have all been as good as ever.
     
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    My Droid would not boot with them -- just looped on the M logo -- P3's latest are running very well, CPU temp, OC, WiFi & tethering, all fine on LithumMod
     
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    GirLuvsDroid Well-Known Member

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    I just tried these new jdflg kernels (1100, 1150 and 1225 mhz). Each of these CPU speeds loaded for me just fine, but they all reported CPU temp at a constant -1C, so CPU reporting did not work for me on BB v0.4. This is so weird! Did anyone else experience this?
     
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    I experienced that on CM6RC2 with the 1050, I then installed the 1266 and it worked but my phone was not stable at that speed. I'm now running the 950 and everything seems to be working fine.
     
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    I see that he says that 32.2.3 have temp monitoring, but the links only go to 32.2.1 - am I missing something here?
     

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