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[KERNEL] TechnoLover's Kernel Edition 1.5 (25.06.2012)

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Nice!

I am gonna try t&l 2.3.5 soon so I will flash this to get overclock. Thanks. :)

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TechnoLover, is it undervolted?

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TechnoLover, is it undervolted?

not yet, I'm working on a solution - somebody's here, where the low voltage from ginger_dmd does not work?

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thank you, i wil try it out soon :)

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just nice!

88%

I use a setcpu profile: screen off, 368 max, 245 min, powersave :lol:

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Sad there no undervolt :(

How soon can it be released?

Im currently on LOW version and it makes me happy :)

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good work :-)please I need OC/UV control, it is possible???

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snap20111031_233338f7kn.png

just nice!

88%

I use a setcpu profile: screen off, 368 max, 245 min, powersave :lol:

woah ! what rom are you using ? :o that's impressive !

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woah ! what rom are you using ? :o that's impressive !

just stock 4.000.07

deleted most of the acer apps, moved some user apps to /system - like the adw launcher...

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Undervolt is coming this week when everything works :)

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Technolover,

these governors are really strange...

Interactive never reaches maximum freq.

Smoothass and lagfree are very slow dropping freq

D'u see the same ?

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Interactive isn't working very well I know, I'll have a look after undervolt. Maybe I'll remove it...

smoothass and lagfree are working well for me, it is normal that they drop frequency in steps and a bit slow because they are based on load, and they just change frequency if load is under/over a specific percentage ;)

undervolt is coming (:

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IC, but, imo too slow :( I will stick with yr old undervolt :) thank you for efforts.

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Hi!

Thanks for kernel, but i have a photocamera problem...

It's crash at start...

Can you fix it?

thx!

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I got some problems here with wifi and portable tethering wifi,, could u fix it??

I'm using stock 4.000.01_aap. . .

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Sorry for my error, i used 2.3.4

Now i have flashed 2.3.5 and your kernel works very well!

Thx!

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very nice :D just 2 things:

my battery bar still goes down at 5% steps, is it normal? do i have to "activate" 1% steps?

no problem at all with oc till 1.6ghz ( :D ) but it never goes under 368mhz (i set it with setcpu at 122mhz\1.6ghz lagfree)...any ideas? thanx in advance

(t&l rom)

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where do you look for battery bar? in notification bar or in settings?

lagfree reduces the frequency when the load is under a specific percentage, so maybe the load is at 368 MHz not low enough? When screen off, it should go down to 122 MHz ;)

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today I'm gonna release new version ;) I was too tired yesterday :)

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