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Best kernel with Warm RLS3?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Brent Pierce, Nov 6, 2010.

  1. Brent Pierce

    Brent Pierce Well-Known Member
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    I'm using Kings #11 CFS kernel with Myn's Warm 2.2 RLS3.
    Kings #11 SUCKS!!!!!!!
    Scrolling down a page is worthless. So choppy and unresponsive it's not even funny. Like a simple twitter feed, even after it's already been loaded before. Takes about half a second to realize I'm trying scroll, then it will start flying down the page when I'm slowly moving. Worthless in my opinion.
    I'm going to give it another day and see if it fixes itself, then I'm going to flash a new kernel.

    So my question is: What are the best kernels in your experiences for Myn's Warm 2.2? Also, try to provide links to the kernel page where we can download.


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  3. I too would also like to know this
  4. autorail1

    autorail1 Android Enthusiast

    Where is Ziggys Kernel. I checked the Wiki.

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  6. Brent Pierce

    Brent Pierce Well-Known Member
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    When you flash a kernel, do you have to wipe everything? It's very annoying to have to bring back all your apps.
  7. Deleted User

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    No you dont, just wipe cache and dalvik cache and then flash the new kernel.
  8. Brent Pierce

    Brent Pierce Well-Known Member
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    Um, how exactly do I do that?
  9. dmsatax1x

    dmsatax1x Newbie

    are you using setCPU with baked snacks 6 or know of anyone using it with ziggy's?. i tried King's 11 and even though it isnt suppsed to have HAVS, it still did not work well for my EVO, with warm 2.2. I got constant restarts and freezes so i reverted back to stock kernel.
  10. Deleted User

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    You need to boot into recovery, amons or clockwork.
  11. Deleted User

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    I didnt use setcpu with BS #6 as hero recommended not using it. I've tried a couple HAVS kernels, netarchy cfs and bfs and work fine on my phone but I know it depends on the phone as some dont work well with them but I stopped using setcpu altogether as that can cause issues as well.
  12. Brent Pierce

    Brent Pierce Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Does anyone have a link to the stock kernel that comes with RLS 3? I think its # 10.
  13. dmsatax1x

    dmsatax1x Newbie

    ok thanks for that gabbott

    btw, do you have a link for BS #6 standalone? the only place i found it is when its implemented with BS 1.8 rom.
  14. The only place you're gonna get Baked Snack #6 is: BakedSnackShack.com but you'll have to leave a donation to have full access to forums and premium downloads...
  15. wase4711

    wase4711 Android Expert

    I tried several kernels with RLS3, and found kings #9 to work the best, by far...
  16. Deleted User

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    Did you try any netarchy kernels? Curious how kings was over them.
  17. blampars

    blampars Well-Known Member

    I've been running netarchy cfs aggressive and I'm loving the battery life I'm getting out of it. I'm really impressed with it.

    Maybe 3% drop if I leave it uncharged, and the battery doesn't tank with the screen on when I use it. I've had it go over an hour and a half (sleeping) without dropping a percent in charge while I was at work and what not.

    With medium to heavy use, I can at the very least get 8 hours of usage out of it. Thats with google talk on, gmail, texts, always on mobile data, web surfing/XDA app, and 20 minutes or so of Angry Birds every day.
    With my usage I could probably go a bit over 11 hours unplugged until it died, I always plug it in before that point though.

    Kings #11 was better than the HTC #11 kernel, but not a ton. Performance wise was the same, but the battery life was a tad bit better. The HTC #10 kernel was better than kings #11 for me by a very small margin. By far though, the winner for my phone was netarchy I can't believe the performance and battery life I get with it.
    I'm tempted to try the netarchy 4.2 kernels but I don't want to screw anything up with my phone heh.
  18. Which is "faster" Met 4.2 or Kings #11?
    I am loving kings #11 but it is a little slow and has a slight amount of lag sometimes. I am loving the battery life though!
  19. tmwilsoniv

    tmwilsoniv Well-Known Member

    Originally Posted by gabbott [​IMG]
    No you dont, just wipe cache and dalvik cache and then flash the new kernel.

    Um, how exactly do I do that?
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    To Brent,

    from the sounds of it, your problems with King's # 11 may be do to an installation problem. Might I suggest that you re-flash the kernel of your choice, but before doing so, wipe the cache and dalvik completely. I use Clockwork and employ the "Double-wipe" method.

    As for the King's # 11, I'll pass. I want the flexibility of under-clocking as well as over-clocking. For this reason, the stock kernel was tossed immediately.

    I'm using the Netarchy 4.1.9. cfs non HAVS combined with conservative profiles in SetCPU. If my battery performance can be improved, I doubt it will be to any noticeable degree. I will give the new Ziggy's kernel a try at some point, but I'm in no hurry.
  20. sintricate

    sintricate Well-Known Member

    I'm using RLS3 with kings#11 and I'm not having any of those problems.

    ^ Exactly what I would do. I was having a problem with RLS3 until I was instructed to do the double wipe. Everything works now.
  21. Brent Pierce

    Brent Pierce Well-Known Member
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    I just flashed baked snacks 6. And it is awesome so far. Hard to tell about battery life as of now. I also tried Ziggys. It crashed me over and over.
  22. slugbug

    slugbug Well-Known Member

    If you flash the new RLS3, that is the stock kernel. Just reflash the rom if you want it back. Yes, it is htc #10.

    I have found, for me and my use and my phone, that the stock kernel is working great. I have problems using ziggy kernels (screen streaks, sever lag, everything is shaky - but from what I understand that is due to my hardware). Kinds worked fine when I was on rls2 and bakedsnack6 did too. BUT....the most stable, smooth, predictable and reliable combo I have found is rls3+stock kernel. I lose less than 1%/hour when the screen is off and not being used, I can easily go an entire day on one charge with moderate use (3-4 calls, tons of texts, GMail auto-pushes, clock/weather widget updates every hour, browsing the internet, etc).

    As it's been said - every phone and user is different. Plus it takes a few days for the rom and kernel to jive. If and when I've had bad battery drain I have always found it was something other than the kernel or the rom that was the problem (double/ghost widgets, runaway app, sleep/awake time not changing, forgetting to turn off shootme or Pandora, etc).
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  23. mitchellvii

    mitchellvii Well-Known Member

    Its fast, has great battery life and tastes DELICIOUS! It's a new kernel by I. M. CHICKEN.

    Kernel Sanders 8.1 KFC
  24. Brent Pierce

    Brent Pierce Well-Known Member
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    @slugbug, if I reflash the Warm RLS 3 rom, do I have to wipe EVERYTHING? or just cache and dalvik cache? I don't want to go through the hassle of re-doing all my stuff.
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