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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by saps, Dec 12, 2010.

  1. saps

    saps Extreme Android User
    Thread Starter

    OK so this thread has morphed into a catch all for anyone looking for any kinda of SF kernel. Its all in this 1st post. Froyo and eclair kernels. Voodoo and non-voodoo. Various degrees of OC and UV.

    I still recommend being able to pass the test below so you have some semblance of a clue what and how you are getting into

    Kernel Competency Test

    The test is now hidden to give this OP better flow but you should still click Show below if its your 1st time here
    6 quick questions, must get first 5 right to procede; any wrong answers = insto-FAIL and access denied.

    Test Question #1: what is adb?
    Wrong answers include:
    whats adb?
    never heard of that before?
    is that something like z4root?
    and :thinking:

    Test Question #2: how did you get clockwork on your phone and name at least two ways to access cw on your phone?
    Wrong answers include:
    whats cw?
    any answer that does not include the word odin

    Test Question #3: what do you when its been a few minutes and the phone is stuck on the Samsung white logo during ext4 conversion?
    Wrong answers include:
    Whats ext4?
    and anything other than keep waiting patiently

    Test Question #4: How do you go back to rfs once you get on voodoo?
    Wrong answers are too numerous too even list, you better know this before you jump into the pool, sorry no freebies here

    Test Question #5 What is DJ05 and are you on it?
    Wrong answers are again numerous. Rest assured you need to be on DJ05 for voodoo5 kernels to work properly for you and your SF. If you are not on DJ05, and you will know 100% if you are or not, this is not for you yet.

    Test Question #6: Who are jt1134 and supercurio and why will you be donating to them
    No wrong answers for why to donate of course but you need a clue who these two gurus are if running voodoo on the SF, if you dont thats like being Christian and not knowing who St. Peter and St. Paul are

    Passing this test does not mean you still might not need a helping hand but it does establish you at least have a clue what you are doing and wont get yourself into hot water and not know why? If you didnt pass or know the answers to the first 5 for sure seriously consider reading up some more.

    Mind you even the knowledgeable get into jams from time to time but at least be somewhat informed before just trying to monkey see monkey do, especially with voodoo.

    This is not intended to come off as arrogant or condescending but it is intended to serve as a guidepost showing what a small hurdle you should be able to clear looks like prior to proceeding onto voodoo5. Mind you if you merely want voodoo without OC thats in Rom Manager. If you dont know what that sentence means you need to read up some more.
    If you still wanna proceed read this please first: [Warning] MUST READ! Regarding Voodoo4/5... - xda-developers

    Still wanna go huh?

    Thou has been warned

    Android 2.2.1 / .32 kernels

    ec10_voodoo.zip EC10 Voodoo
    ec10_nonvoodoo.zip EC10 NonVoodoo

    http://db.tt/Mbg22QC - This is the first froyo voodoo kernel for EB01, including in the zip is a new cwm which will flash automatically and give you fully functional voodoo cwm
    xda-developers - jt's 3.27 build from source uv,voodoo sound and color, bln, the whole nine yards


    EnderstSpecial_ver.02.zip - EC10 for TW. 1.2Ghz -50mv UV, this is voodoo ver.02
    ES_voodoo_SV.zip - Same Kernel as above with SV
    http://www.mediafire.com/?n3pzi5gvgjqm0rm - Uber OTB Kernel: 1.2Ghz OC currently with plenty of steps and some varying degrees of uv
    http://www.mediafire.com/?l6yh9udyujf4k8y - OTB 1.2 The end all be all. In combo with voltage control app from market this lets you pick your own steps and voltage. Best kernel ever IMO.
    http://www.mediafire.com/?4awgzduepksa84e - OTB 1.6 Strongly recommend using Tegrak Ultimate to raise internal voltage this should enable most people to achieve OC's of 1.4 or even 1.5Ghz

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/17111376/Kernels/url_list.txt - This link continues to serve as his one stop shop. [Its easier to do this than post individual kernel links since when he replaces them they are taken down; but this link list remains intact] In it you find his latest kernels voodoo and non-voodoo and his three different voltages choices. SV, -50mv and -100mv

    EC10 Source, Comavolt [BIG UV]
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/36791/EC10_ulv_voodo.zip - Voodoo
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/36791/EC10_ulv_nonvoodoo.zip - Non-Voodoo
    Android 2.1 / .29 kernels voodoo


    "The ul kernels are using the settings adrynalyne used for his comavolt kernels. Which is basically 100mv less than stock for the settings from 100mhz to 800mhz. The sv kernels are all using stock voltages. These kernels are double in size because there is a kernel for recovery included that is at stock clocks and voltages. This is to help prevent you getting locked out of recovery in case your phone can not handle some voltages or clocks I have used in these kernels." - nemesis2all

    OTB.test5_ul_1100.zip OTB test5 ul 1100
    OTB.test5_ul_1200.zip OTB test5 ul 1200
    OTB.test5_ul_1300.zip OTB test5 ul 1300

    OTB.test6_sv_1100.zip OTB test6 sv 1100
    OTB.test6_sv_1200.zip OTB test6 sv 1200
    OTB.test6_sv_1300.zip OTB test6 sv 1300

    And for anyone running AOSP already
    OTB.aosp_sv_1100.zip OTB.aosp sv 1100
    OTB.aosp_sv_1200.zip OTB.aosp sv 1200
    OTB.aosp_sv_1300.zip OTB.aosp sv 1300
    OTB.aosp_ul_1100.zip OTB.aosp ul 1100
    OTB.aosp_ul_1200.zip OTB.aosp ul 1200
    OTB.aosp_ul_1300.zip OTB.aosp ul 1300

    imnuts kernels: voodoo
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/17111376/Kernels/url_list.txt *changes often
    The degree of uv is listed in the name, unlike all other links here in this thread, imnuts links change periodically since he doesnt have direct links but rather you must copy and paste the line in your browser address bar

    Adrynalyne's imfamous comavolt

    http://adrynalyne.us/files/roms/1230_Voodoo.zip - same as 12/17 with a custom boot ani

    Other Adrynalyne Test6 -Reverted DL09 sound changes, added nfs support (not tested)
    Standard Voltage
    Low voltage

    http://db.tt/TglBaT6 - jt1134's 1/24 kernel with voodoo sound [you need the market app to enable]

    [​IMG] Blazed-kernel_update-v2.3.0R2-VOODOO-UVOC13-BLN.zip (7.76 MB, 64 views)
    [​IMG] Blazed-kernel_update-v2.3.1R2-VOODOO-UVOC13-BLN.zip (7.84 MB, 11 views)

    Android 2.1 / .29 kernels non-voodoo

    Other Adrynalyne Test6 -Reverted DL09 sound changes, added nfs support (not tested)
    Standard Voltage
    Low voltage

    geeknik stuff - these non voodoo kernels all have some degree of uv
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/15246936/test1219-6.zip I believe this is 1.15Ghz OC
    * please note I have about 15-20 other geeknik kernels as I was his tester so if you had an old favorite I probably have it, PM me

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/15246936/cleanv3kernel.zip - the imfamous kernel from within clean rom v.3 some say great battery life
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/15246936/DJ05Kernel.zip - stock DJ05 kernel

    [​IMG]Blazed-kernel_update-v2.3.1R2-NOVOODOO-UVOC13-BLN.zip (6.90 MB, 4 views)
    [​IMG]Blazed-kernel_update-v2.3.0R2-NOVOODOO-UVOC13-BLN.zip (6.79 MB, 42 views)

  2. SF49ers

    SF49ers Newbie

    Great post saps, and great job emphasizing ALL THE WARNINGS DO YOUR RESEARCH PEEPZ!!!@#
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  3. nitsuj17

    nitsuj17 Android Expert

    great job saps...i was gonna suggest you make this a separate thread :)....did you try ov 1250 yet?
  4. nitsuj17

    nitsuj17 Android Expert

    seems like my phone is ok with overvolt 1250 so far...just trying to see if i *can* run it...not that id want an overvolted kernel killing my battery life on a regular basis :)
  5. NOsquid

    NOsquid Android Enthusiast

    Which one is ov? The one he posted yesterday evening or is there a newer one? I'll take it I don't care about battery lol. Last nights froze even on quadrant for me though.
  6. nitsuj17

    nitsuj17 Android Expert

    in the links above the ones with "ov" :)

    as for quadrant freeze....well we all know where i stand on that ;)
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  7. NOsquid

    NOsquid Android Enthusiast

    Hah sorry man I should have read the OP more carefully.

    I don't know how you feel about quadrant freeze? I've never had one do that, even the ones that eventually froze in gaming. Figured out was a bad sign that it couldn't even get through that.
  8. nitsuj17

    nitsuj17 Android Expert

    Na i was just references my general feelings on quadrant in general
  9. LexusBrian400

    LexusBrian400 Android Enthusiast

    Finally.. kernels all in one place. Thank you
  10. nitsuj17

    nitsuj17 Android Expert

    Does make life easier :)
  11. NOsquid

    NOsquid Android Enthusiast

    Sigh...no luck with the ov either, froze even faster than the sv for me. Not meant to be.
  12. nitsuj17

    nitsuj17 Android Expert

    I had one minor browser freeze with ov but the battery was taking a pretty quick nose dive so i went back to 1200 lv which j can seem to run ok....i guess for my phone ov is mostly alright....but there wasn't any performance gain to justify the much worse battery life. :)
  13. dan409

    dan409 Well-Known Member

    I have had good success with running the OTB sv_1250 so far. No browser freezes, NFS, Quad, I have yet to do a SetCpu stress test.

    I am a bit concerned about how warm this thing is getting though. Think I will just leave well eough alone now that my curiosity has been satisfied.

    Seems like we are getting to the threshold of " waiting for the froyo leak may be the next step". :thinking:

    Nitsuj17 (just kidding here) but was surprised to see you posting quad scrores at the bottom of your posts. Have you given in to the dark side buddy ? tee he he
  14. nitsuj17

    nitsuj17 Android Expert

    What temp where you getting up to when it felt warm?
  15. dan409

    dan409 Well-Known Member

    Darn, Never thought to even check that. Will run some more tests and check it out. Thanks for the idea.
  16. nitsuj17

    nitsuj17 Android Expert

    Yeah always a good idea to check. Just for future reference if nothing else
  17. dan409

    dan409 Well-Known Member

    Nitsuj17, this is a new issue for me so I am not sure if we are talking about checking the batt temps ?
  18. nitsuj17

    nitsuj17 Android Expert

    Yup use setcpu or battstat or really any battery related widget to see it
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  19. dan409

    dan409 Well-Known Member

    Nitsuj17, hmmm not as bad as I thought. After running Setcpu stress test for 5 min it only got up to 94.2 deg. It only used 1% of the battery also for that time. How long would would you run the test for ?
  20. NOsquid

    NOsquid Android Enthusiast

    I like the temp+cpu v2 widget for that stuff
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  21. dan409

    dan409 Well-Known Member

    Was kind of wondering about that as the top of the cell seems where it is getting warm. Don't know if that is where the cpu is but the battery seems to be staying cool.
  22. nitsuj17

    nitsuj17 Android Expert

    yeah 94 degrees is nothing ;)....my incredible used to get up near the 115-120 range before there was any kind of slow down or anything
  23. davidnmegan6907

    davidnmegan6907 Android Expert

    @ Saps

    Thank You!!!!!!

  24. dan409

    dan409 Well-Known Member

    DARN YOU SAPS ! ;) You had to go and temp me by posting that 1300. I had good success with the 1250 sv so I am jumpin in ! :rolleyes: Wish me luck and thanks for all of the hard work buddy ! So nice to have these posted over here.
  25. NOsquid

    NOsquid Android Enthusiast

    For me, personally, as the OC's got more "stable" the past 10 days, they got slower. The first 1200 I ran was fast for sure...until it froze :) The one from a week ago that I was stable on not quite as fast. Then these with the latest voodoo, I switched to jt's 1ghz 12/12, and I can't really tell much difference.

    This is absolutely not scientific, just observation and feel. They are worth a shot. I will flash the next batch and see...hell I might flash these back again and see

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