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Kernel Source for Crescent

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What is this Smartass you speak of and where might one get it?

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It's one of the CPU governors built in to the kernel. Just like ondemand. It should be right at the top of the governor list in SetCPU.

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Ah right, just reinstalled the boot and chosen SmartAss, I'll see how it gets on, thanks.

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UPDATE : Seems fine now, I think I sorted out what was killing the battery, I installed ftpdroid, great program for transferring files to your phone, try it if you haven't already. I had it set up to run as a service in the background though, I've changed it to run only when I choose to run it.

So, I now have the O/C kernel and also the Signal Boost app which Fuzzra solved (Great work fella!) and the battery seems to be working OK and discharging slowly, I'm using the SmartAssV2 governor and also using SetCPU to ramp down the phone to it's lowest speed (122MHz to 245MHz) when the screen is off.

Thanks again Fuzzra for both these massive improvements to our phones!! :)

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Hello,

Yes I have had luck.

Today I built the sources from Tom's git repo, enabled SmartAassV2 and overclocking. Seems stable at 1017mhz.

For wifi, I followed this http://forum.xda-dev...04&postcount=34 and this allowed the old (stock?) wifi module (dhd.ko) to load up ignoring vermagic errors. I was unable to get the newly compiled dhd.ko from Tom's source to load.

To confirm I have overclocking + wifi on my T-Mobile Vivacity.

Can you (or anyone) post a link to the over clocked kernel for the TMV (with wifi working - not bothered about the front camera not working)

Thanks in advance if anyone can help.

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Can you (or anyone) post a link to the over clocked kernel for the TMV (with wifi working - not bothered about the front camera not working)

Thanks in advance if anyone can help.

Hi Russ.

Later today I will be posting a ported Skate ROM (ICE ARMOR II) based on CM7 which wifi and OC for our Tmobile Vivacitys, if your willing to test thatd be great :)

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Thanks for the reply MCZQ..

Not a problem, I'd be happy to do some testing. I'd would also be appreciated if you could post the O/C kernel independently.

Thanks

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Thanks for the reply MCZQ..

Not a problem, I'd be happy to do some testing. I'd would also be appreciated if you could post the O/C kernel independently.

Thanks

Slight (Major!) delay in me posting the CM7 ROM in the meantime heres the OC kernel just flash from recovery http://www.mediafire.com/?7crbxa3cbs2am1y (Just for T-Mobile vivacity)

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Slight (Major!) delay in me posting the CM7 ROM in the meantime heres the OC kernel just flash from recovery http://www.mediafire...7crbxa3cbs2am1y (Just for T-Mobile vivacity)

Many thanks MCQZ :)

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Slight (Major!) delay in me posting the CM7 ROM in the meantime heres the OC kernel just flash from recovery http://www.mediafire...7crbxa3cbs2am1y (Just for T-Mobile vivacity)

Great to see you're working on this - I'm just itching to get CM on my Crescent/TMV (loved it on my Blade). Trying to be patient but I spend half my time checking this site for news lol. N'way, really appreciate your work - I hope the "major" delay is not too serious!!

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Slight (Major!) delay in me posting the CM7 ROM in the meantime heres the OC kernel just flash from recovery http://www.mediafire...7crbxa3cbs2am1y (Just for T-Mobile vivacity)

ICE ARMOR III.

update: Tue, Feb 21, 2012

This is a freshly compiled CM7 ROM for the ZTE Skate / OMC. It is built from the latest CM repo sync and has all the latest features.

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ICE ARMOR III.

update: Tue, Feb 21, 2012

This is a freshly compiled CM7 ROM for the ZTE Skate / OMC. It is built from the latest CM repo sync and has all the latest features.

Where ? Am I Missing something?

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Where ? Am I Missing something?

This is a CM7 ROM for Skate - the post is quoted from that forum. It's relevance here was that MCZQ had requested the source code so that it could be ported to the Crescent. He has said he has hit a major problem with that & recently the developer has posted

"ZTE Crescent dry.gif I do not think." so I'm not too optimistic about it now. Shame really as it seems to be a very fast, stable with innovative features.

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This is a CM7 ROM for Skate - the post is quoted from that forum. It's relevance here was that MCZQ had requested the source code so that it could be ported to the Crescent. He has said he has hit a major problem with that & recently the developer has posted

"ZTE Crescent dry.gif I do not think." so I'm not too optimistic about it now. Shame really as it seems to be a very fast, stable with innovative features.

Not a very open source attitude to be honest.

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The touchscreen issue with the SFII got on my nerves a bit, so I took it upon myself to attemp to pull the right configuration from a running kernel. After some learning and quite a lot of swearing I seem to have found some workable config numbers.

To get things working we need to look in drivers/input/touchscreen for atmel_config.c and add this directly between #elif defined(CONFIG_MACH_BLADE2) and .version = 0x16,

#if defined(CONFIG_TOUCHSCREEN_MXT224_P736V)
    	.version = 0x16,
    	.source = 1,
    	.abs_x_min = 0,
    	.abs_x_max = 479,
    	.abs_y_min = 0,
    	.abs_y_max = 799,
    	.abs_pressure_min = 0,
    	.abs_pressure_max = 255,
    	.abs_width_min = 0,
    	.abs_width_max = 15,
    	.gpio_irq = 29,
    	.power = atmel_platform_power,
    	.config_T7[0] = 50,
    	.config_T7[1] = 12,
    	.config_T7[2] = 25,
    	.config_T8[0] = 6,
    	.config_T8[1] = 5,
    	.config_T8[2] = 10,
    	.config_T8[3] = 10,
    	.config_T8[4] = 0,
    	.config_T8[5] = 0,
    	.config_T8[6] = 255,
    	.config_T8[7] = 1,
    	.config_T8[8] = 0,
    	.config_T8[9] = 0,
    	
    	.config_T9[0] = 131,
    	.config_T9[1] = 0,
    	.config_T9[2] = 2,
    	.config_T9[3] = 14,
    	.config_T9[4] = 9,
    	.config_T9[5] = 0,
    	.config_T9[6] = 16,
    	.config_T9[7] = 70,
    	.config_T9[8] = 3,
    	.config_T9[9] = 1,  	
    	.config_T9[10] = 10,
    	.config_T9[11] = 10, 
    	.config_T9[12] = 32, 
    	.config_T9[13] = 32,
    	.config_T9[14] = 2,
    	.config_T9[15] = 10,
    	.config_T9[16] = 30, 
    	.config_T9[17] = 30,
    	.config_T9[18] = 31,
    	.config_T9[19] = 3,
    	.config_T9[20] = 223,
    	.config_T9[21] = 1,
    	.config_T9[22] = 15,
    	.config_T9[23] = 13,
    	.config_T9[24] = 25,
    	.config_T9[25] = 23,
    	.config_T9[26] = 208,
    	.config_T9[27] = 63,
    	.config_T9[28] = 208,
    	.config_T9[29] = 90,
    	.config_T9[30] = 15,
    	.config_T9[31] = 0,

    	.config_T15[0] = 0,
    	.config_T15[1] = 0,
    	.config_T15[2] = 0,
    	.config_T15[3] = 0,
    	.config_T15[4] = 0,
    	.config_T15[5] = 0,
    	.config_T15[6] = 0,
    	.config_T15[7] = 0,
    	.config_T15[8] = 0,
    	.config_T18[0] = 0,
    	.config_T18[1] = 0,
    	.config_T19[0] = 0,
    	.config_T19[1] = 0,
    	.config_T19[2] = 0,
    	.config_T19[3] = 0,
    	.config_T19[4] = 0,
    	.config_T19[5] = 0,
    	.config_T19[6] = 0,
    	.config_T19[7] = 0,
    	.config_T19[8] = 0,
    	.config_T19[9] = 0,
    	.config_T19[10] = 0,
    	.config_T19[11] = 0,
    	.config_T20[0] = 25,
    	.config_T20[1] = 1,
    	.config_T20[2] = 1,
    	.config_T20[3] = 1,
    	.config_T20[4] = 1,
    	.config_T20[5] = 0,
    	.config_T20[6] = 0,
    	.config_T20[7] = 0,
    	.config_T20[8] = 0,
    	.config_T20[9] = 0,
    	.config_T20[10] = 0,
    	.config_T20[11] = 0,
    	.config_T22[0] = 13,
    	.config_T22[1] = 0,
    	.config_T22[2] = 0,
    	.config_T22[3] = 25,
    	.config_T22[4] = 0,
    	.config_T22[5] = 231,
    	.config_T22[6] = 255,
    	.config_T22[7] = 8,
    	.config_T22[8] = 25,
    	.config_T22[9] = 0,
    	.config_T22[10] = 1,
    	.config_T22[11] = 0,
    	.config_T22[12] = 17,
    	.config_T22[13] = 31,
    	.config_T22[14] = 57,
    	.config_T22[15] = 65,
    	.config_T22[16] = 8,
    	.config_T23[0] = 0,
    	.config_T23[1] = 0,
    	.config_T23[2] = 0,
    	.config_T23[3] = 0,
    	.config_T23[4] = 0,
    	.config_T23[5] = 0,
    	.config_T23[6] = 0,
    	.config_T23[7] = 0,
    	.config_T23[8] = 0,
    	.config_T23[9] = 0,
    	.config_T23[10] = 0,
    	.config_T23[11] = 0,
    	.config_T23[12] = 0,
    	.config_T24[0] = 0,
    	.config_T24[1] = 0,
    	.config_T24[2] = 0,
    	.config_T24[3] = 0,
    	.config_T24[4] = 0,
    	.config_T24[5] = 0,
    	.config_T24[6] = 0,
    	.config_T24[7] = 0,
    	.config_T24[8] = 0,
    	.config_T24[9] = 0,
    	.config_T24[10] = 0,
    	.config_T24[11] = 0,
    	.config_T24[12] = 0,
    	.config_T24[13] = 0,
    	.config_T24[14] = 0,
    	.config_T24[15] = 0,
    	.config_T24[16] = 0,
    	.config_T24[17] = 0,
    	.config_T24[18] = 0,
    	.config_T25[0] = 0,
    	.config_T25[1] = 0,
    	.config_T25[2] = 0,
    	.config_T25[3] = 0,
    	.config_T25[4] = 0,
    	.config_T25[5] = 0,
    	.config_T25[5] = 0,
    	.config_T25[6] = 0,
    	.config_T25[7] = 0,
    	.config_T25[8] = 0,
    	.config_T25[9] = 0,
    	.config_T27[0] = 0,
    	.config_T27[1] = 0,
    	.config_T27[2] = 0,
    	.config_T27[3] = 0,
    	.config_T27[4] = 0,
    	.config_T27[5] = 0,
    	.config_T27[6] = 0,
    	.config_T28[0] = 0,
    	.config_T28[1] = 0,
    	.config_T28[2] = 2,
    	.config_T28[3] = 16,
    	.config_T28[4] = 16,
    	.config_T28[5] = 0,
    	.object_crc[0] = 0,
    	.object_crc[1] = 32,
    	.object_crc[2] = 16,
    	.cable_config[0] = 10,
    	.cable_config[1] = 32,
    	.cable_config[2] = 32,
    	.cable_config[3] = 117,
    	.GCAF_level[0] = 4,
    	.GCAF_level[1] = 16,
    	.GCAF_level[2] = 0,
    	.GCAF_level[3] = 0,
    	.filter_level[0] = 100,
    	.filter_level[1] = 100,
    	.filter_level[2] = 100,
    	.filter_level[3] = 100,
    	.display_width = 1024,  /* display width in pixel */
    	.display_height = 1024, /* display height in pixel */
#else
Then pop a #endif above /*ZTE_TS_ZFJ_20110425 end*/

To give us the P763V touchscreen option we also need to shove something in Kbuild in the same directory. Above config TOUCHSCREEN_CYTTSP_I2C insert:

config TOUCHSCREEN_MXT224_P736V
	bool "P736V Touchscreen"
	depends on TOUCHSCREEN_MXT224
	default n
	help
  	Say Y here if you have a P736V / Orange San Francisco II.
Now I think I'm going to sit in a darkened room and re-evaluate my life choices. tongue.gif

*Edited To add nicer numbers and a boot image to play with

If you've been dying to play with an overclockable kernel for the SFII and don't mind losing the front camera, here you go.

Obviously I take no responsibility if it causes nether hells to open in your kitchen or gives your aunt shingles.

 

 

can you upload the file to another host please as the link does not work thank you to the link as soon as possible

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