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Stock kernel minimum cpu speed 640mhz!

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Running a couple of tests I have discovered the stock kernel is set to never let the cpu run slower than 640 mhz.

The knock on effect of this is that the cpu in general use is always running between 700 - 800MHz.

I don't consider this to be energy efficient, and will be producing a custom kernel to fix this.

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Firstly we need a new kernel with higher cpu speed

our cpu work good with 1,5ghz on our sister device

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and when it will be working under a custom kernel l3?

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and when it will be working under a custom kernel l3?

when the kernel source is fixed up as references are missing, if you buy a MoDaCo Ad-Free subscription I'll work quicker :D

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After the kernel will work, and you can thank for this material, do not want to buy a pig in a poke!

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the 2.6.38 source is incomplete, so I've started work on the L5 kernel sources, going to get a 3.0.8 kernel built

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and how it differs from the standard kernel?

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Atutu tester according to the results of your kernel in 2180, with a standard 2583. Firmware 10i

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It differs in that I built it myself.

Will look at overclock and stripping unnecessary stuff and adding ext 2 3 4 support

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Yes i have seen that your kernel is slow on boot but works, imoh is a good start.

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drivers/cpufreq/freq_table.c

nothing mentioned in above...

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Well whatever the case with overclocking?

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may i ask what specificic firmware you're using to tell that the minimum frequency is 640MHz?is it the old or the latest or what?as for me having v10b(ph firmware),the benchmarks says it has a minimum frequency of 320MHz only and 800MHz max.hmmm.why you're telling that min. freq is 640MHz?or why don't you just extract karnel builds from other firmware?sorry for my english.i'm new here.

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hi viking_kong, yup I agree quadrant and antutu state 320mhz minimum.

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maybe its an old firmware you used before.uhm,anyway your building a karnel to enable oc and uc right?or is it possible even on stock?(rooted or unrooted?)

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progress within a week there? Please lay out the core with the swaps and the dispersal of here!!

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the 2.6.38 source is incomplete, so I've started work on the L5 kernel sources, going to get a 3.0.8 kernel built

3.0.8 ? Stable for daily use ?For CM 9

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the 3.0.8 Kernel ? Possible for cm9 ?

No, it's the 2.x kernel. And apparently wifi doesn't work on that kernel.

 

I think this version has wifi fixed: http://docviewer.yandex.ru/?url=ya-disk-public%3A%2F%2FW26FsGNLjORfNUK%2Fw70vH2Mr6SHoQB0pTkv4yag3AIw%3D&name=signed_e400stock-v10q-kernel-update.zip&c=524688f1c6ff

 

3.0.8 is possible, but it takes a good programmer who's willing to spend a lot of time...

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