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[Beta] ZTE Warp 4G 4.4.2 OC Kernel

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by SuperR, Mar 30, 2015.

  1. SuperR

    SuperR Android Expert
    Recognized Developer Thread Starter

    DISCLAIMER: By using this kernel, you agree that you are the only one responsible for anything good or bad that may occur. Use at your own risk ;)

    For Boost Mobile ZTE Warp 4G N9510 only.

    Let me know how it goes if anyone wants to test it :)

    Current Features:
    Overclocked to 1.56GHz (stock is 1.18GHz)
    Underclocked to 162MHz (stock is 384MHz)
    Default to stock frequencies
    init.d support added
    Insecure adb added
    Wheatley governor added

    Download:

    warplte_442_OC_kernel_1-2.zip

    Install:
    Flash from custom recovery just like a rom. No need to wipe anything first. If you don't know how to flash a zip from recovery, you should not be using an OC kernel :p

    For init.d:
    In order to use init.d scripts, you must have /etc/init.d directory on your device.
    You must also have busybox installed in /system/xbin.

    You can flash this file to add the init.d directory, add busybox, and set the correct permissions
    warplte_initd_flashable.zip

    Note:
    If you need an app to control your cpu settings, this one is nice and free Kernel Adiutor

    Stock kernel:
    Flash this to revert to stock kernel
    warplte_stock_B12_kernel_flashable.zip
     


    #1 SuperR, Mar 30, 2015
    Last edited: Mar 31, 2015
  2. SuperR

    SuperR Android Expert
    Recognized Developer Thread Starter

    reserved
     
  3. thowersome

    thowersome Well-Known Member

    Downloading now :)

    Edit: oc zip not found, every other download works
     
  4. SuperR

    SuperR Android Expert
    Recognized Developer Thread Starter

    Sorry, fixed now :)
     
  5. thowersome

    thowersome Well-Known Member

    Downloaded, flashed and testing now :D
     
  6. thowersome

    thowersome Well-Known Member

    Here are some results from tests I've conducted before and after the OCflash from An tutu, geekbench3 and opengls 3.1 tester (Based on max of 1560 and min of 162 with Wheatley for v1.2 and max of 1450 and min of 162 with Wheatley for v1.0):

    Antutu
    IMG_20150331_132103.jpg IMG_20150330_114535.jpg IMG_20150330_114219.jpg

    Geekbench 3
    IMG_20150331_131302.jpg IMG_20150330_114426.jpg IMG_20150330_114140.jpg

    OpenGL es 3.1
    IMG_20150331_131332.jpg IMG_20150330_114736.jpg IMG_20150330_114301.jpg
     
    #6 thowersome, Mar 30, 2015
    Last edited: Mar 31, 2015
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  7. bcrichster

    bcrichster ROMinator
    Moderator

    This kernel has been running consistent and nicely. I've definitely been running the bawlz off it. [emoji41] Awesome work SuperR!!
     
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  8. SuperR

    SuperR Android Expert
    Recognized Developer Thread Starter

    New version in OP. It does not seem exciting at first glance as the speed appears to have gone down. However, the original 1600MHz was inaccurate. It was really running at 1.45GHz. Sorry for the confusion, but you should notice a significant performance increase over version 1 :) Antutu gave me a 17391. More to come when I get some time ;)
     
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  9. bcrichster

    bcrichster ROMinator
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    This new on is running @ 1566Mhz. Certainly no complaints here, just an FYI. [emoji41]
     
  10. SuperR

    SuperR Android Expert
    Recognized Developer Thread Starter

    Did you read the post you quoted? :p

    Yes, it appears to run slower than the last one. Looks can be deceiving ;)
     
  11. bcrichster

    bcrichster ROMinator
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    My antutu is 500+pts higher as well, but am currently unaware if the init.d scripts I crammed in my system are involved in my low scores at this time. I'll rip them out & retest
     
  12. bcrichster

    bcrichster ROMinator
    Moderator

    Hahahah! Yep, init.d scripts I was using. Very old too.. Ripped 90% back out & antutu went up.
     
  13. Purerawenergy

    Purerawenergy Android Enthusiast

    Should I go ahead and just do a clean wipe, then flash SuperR's ROM (following OP ) I'm asking because I'm running edodson89's lollipop version of KitKat and wasn't sure if it would work. Thanks
     
  14. bcrichster

    bcrichster ROMinator
    Moderator

    OC kernel should be fine on edodson's ROM
     
  15. SuperR

    SuperR Android Expert
    Recognized Developer Thread Starter

    I am not sure if this kernel will work with JB roms such as Superrom, but it should work with all the KitKat roms without issue.
     
  16. Purerawenergy

    Purerawenergy Android Enthusiast

    Thanks.
     
  17. Purerawenergy

    Purerawenergy Android Enthusiast

    Excellent work again @SuperR. What a difference in performance! And Kernel Auditor is a fantastic program. I truly appreciate your dedication brother. What more can I say, you rock!
     
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  18. bcrichster

    bcrichster ROMinator
    Moderator

    Definitely Agreed!
     
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  19. Purerawenergy

    Purerawenergy Android Enthusiast

    I misspelled Kernel Auditor on my last post thinking maybe, @SuperR misspelled it bit after reading it's FAQ, I see that IS spelled correctly. Adiutor is actually Latin for helper.
     
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  20. Purerawenergy

    Purerawenergy Android Enthusiast

    Can someone please tell me the ideal settings for maximum performance in the kernel adiutor? Obviously 1566 for maximum cpu but wasn't sure about its minimum. And if I remember correctly, I/O scheduler was set on NOOP. And any help with.all the other settings would be greatly appreciated. Thanks guys.
     
  21. bcrichster

    bcrichster ROMinator
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    162Mhz - 1566Mhz Wheatley & cfq is what I'm rocking but my antutu's were a slightly lower avg too.. AFTER pulling my init.d scripts out, so I'm thinking it's related to so much RAM /APK's' being used as I haven't tried debloating much on this runaround. For a real test, I'm gonna have to try benchmarking after a fresh wipe/ROM install. Which will be soon.. [emoji41] I also seem to keep relatively similar battery time with increased CPU speed vs stock ondemand
     
  22. Purerawenergy

    Purerawenergy Android Enthusiast

    Alright, got it. What about the low memory and virtual memory settings?
     
  23. bcrichster

    bcrichster ROMinator
    Moderator

    Low Memory: was fixed w/ SuperR's TB fix.zip, I think.. Maybe reflash TB fix?
     
  24. Purerawenergy

    Purerawenergy Android Enthusiast

    Sorry, I was referring to low memory and read ahead settings for maximizing performance through the Auduitor, the mode module that @SuperR recommended. I love this app and actually did away with ROM Toolbox altogether. Thanks SuperR and nice work on the kernel you wrote. My phone was really lagging before but is much more responsive now and Auduitor is a smooth program.
     
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  25. Purerawenergy

    Purerawenergy Android Enthusiast

    The Warp 4g has been good to me, especially since I discovered this forum and you guys (whom without your help wouldn't be possible) but will sadly be my backup device.
    Hot my tax return (and an invite) and ordered the 64gig Oneplus One this morning. I will always stay subscribed to this thread and want to thank you all for your help and patience, you guys are great.
     
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