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[Kernel][AOSP] Imoseyon LeanKernel 5.0.3

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by scotty85, Sep 5, 2011.

  1. scotty85

    scotty85 Extreme Android User
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  2. WormDoes

    WormDoes Android Expert

    I'd suggest flashing this 3.5.8 kernel instead. It includes the audio fixes found in .11 and .12

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  3. jacko1

    jacko1 Android Enthusiast

    downloaded that but when I check in kernel settings it still shows the different kernel as stock on cm7
  4. Thats

    Thats That guy is This

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  5. WormDoes

    WormDoes Android Expert

    I'd suggest flashing again it should read
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  6. asianrage

    asianrage Well-Known Member

    Thank you for the link.
  7. Dark Jedi

    Dark Jedi Guest

    I just installed this as I have heard so many praise this kernel. I am running that black personal 2.1 Tom and stock kernel got me 14 hrs with like a few hundred texts, gpogle talk,and some web browsing. So I am glad someone posted a link.
  8. Yeahha

    Yeahha Usually off topic

    Yeah for now just save the zip on your SD this is the best AOSP kernel that I'm aware of, and welcome back DJ
  9. brandonrr

    brandonrr Newbie

    is this one any different than the 3.5.8 besides the audio fixes? i want to get 3.5.8, but i'm not sure what is "broken" as far as audio goes.
  10. WormDoes

    WormDoes Android Expert

    The one I linked is the same as the one Scotty posted. The one I posted just has the audio fix implemented
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  11. brizey

    brizey Android Enthusiast

    Further clarification: the audio fix is primarily increased in-call volume. The fix started in the Tiamat kernel and has since propagated to all of the AOSP kernels. Much closer in volume to Sense with it.
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  12. naildriver111

    naildriver111 Newbie

    I flashed this kernel with my battery level at 66%. And when I rebooted my phone, the battery level was up to 78%. Does this kernel have some superpowers or something? :cool:
  13. WormDoes

    WormDoes Android Expert

    No, your battery stats are just askew. Wipe battery stats and calibrate your battery to get optimal results
  14. naildriver111

    naildriver111 Newbie

    Thank's Worm, but how do I wipe/calibrate battery? I did a search on both, and even re-read the "how to root" thread. I know it has to be pretty simple to do, but your dealing with a newb here. :thinking:
  15. Yeahha

    Yeahha Usually off topic

    Charge your battery fully and do it in recovery. In CWM I believe it is under the advanced menu.
  16. naildriver111

    naildriver111 Newbie

    Thank's Yeahha! I can't believe I haven't noticed it in the advanced settings, I was in there three times today wiping dalvik:mad:
  17. brizey

    brizey Android Enthusiast

    There is also an app called battery calibration in the market.
  18. Yeahha

    Yeahha Usually off topic

    Oh, and once you wipe the stats let your battery completely drain without plugging it in. I should have included that in the first reply.
  19. WormDoes

    WormDoes Android Expert

    And for anyone on TWRP "wipe battery stats" is under the wipe menu
  20. jivens716

    jivens716 Well-Known Member

    Just curious..do you guys use Set CPU or a similar app and overclock with this kernel? Just wondering because I'm getting quadrant scores of around 2200 without any overclocking, which is good enough for me :p
  21. Yeahha

    Yeahha Usually off topic

    No, with imo's kernels I use the speedtweak script.

    In terminal type su then speedtweak.sh I think most people run on either 1 or 2 in that script. I use 2 and the interactive gov
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  22. jivens716

    jivens716 Well-Known Member

    Sweet man I'll check it out now
  23. Yeahha

    Yeahha Usually off topic

    If your phone can handle it I suggest using 2, it is more undervolted, some people have stability issues using that setting, if you have lock ups after choosing 2 then rerun the script and use option 1.
  24. slimjoe

    slimjoe Well-Known Member

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  25. WormDoes

    WormDoes Android Expert

    This is already posted in a few threads. I'm going to merge this with the other Imoseyon thread

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