it gonna be a long way.......
while waiting for it,you can still use frandom.ko
it would be activated only if you use crossbreeder.
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Edited by pedrojaime, 21 February 2013 - 08:19 PM.
now idea.as for the moment i am all in the kernel.
Sup? whats your next project (ROM)?
Improve the ICS made by pier11 and dr.flo?
ANY OTHER ROM?????
Edited by desalesouche, 26 February 2013 - 01:25 AM.
Edited by desalesouche, 19 March 2013 - 06:50 PM.
hola. i just use window to change ramdisk in boot.img. otherwise i do all other staff on ubuntu 12.10 64 bit...
I think its just you and I left on this forum.
He estado experimentando todavía con el ROM Styx y eliminando libraries, binaries, etc from /system and I have a modified build that simply flies. my /system partition is now 63mb in size and having that extra free space makes it go faster and smoother.
Si prefieres escribo en español. El problema que tengo, y la razon por no usar Onyx ROM es porque estoy restringido a mi /system partition de 85Mb porque si aplico TRE rom/u otros , pierdo el 3G para mi pais (Ecuador).
A ti te interesa seguir trabajando en Styx o solo Onyx?
Acabo de intentar de boot.img, corrí:
C:\Users\peterjames\Downloads\ADB_v1.0.29+Fastboot_(Android-SDK_r20)>fastboot flash boot boot.img
sending 'boot' (2184 KB)...
OKAY [ 0.123s]
OKAY [ 0.424s]
finished. total time: 0.570s
finished. total time: 0.005s
ahh, using Windows to work on Android, the shame of it..! Anyway, it seemed to work and reports:
kernel 2.6.32.-perf by you
I am not sure if its a placebo effect but I seem to notice richer sound - will wait and see until I try it in the car to see how it really sounds.
thanks a lot for this, will report back as soon as I can!!
looking good so far,
Edited by desalesouche, 20 March 2013 - 03:23 PM.
Edited by pedrojaime, 20 March 2013 - 05:36 PM.
i use it with crossbreeder fom xda; but if you don't want to use crossbreeder you can still use an init.d file.
Here is the contents of my /system compressed for you: http://www.mediafire...0883gp5ssgfd5ao As you can see I have deleted various files which I personally didn't think were necessary and then tested before deleting some more. The irsii file for example is a chat client for linux which you most likely will not use. Some of the files I have deleted may well break things, it could just be that either I haven't noticed that yet or that in the way I use my phone these changes do not affect me. For me everything seems to be functional with the way /system is at the moment. Also, I am using Lightning Launcher and Swype keyboard - this launcher seems to be the lightest I have found on phone memory resources.
Better to take time with each individual change to make sure nothing has broken instead of going ahead too quickly - I've learnt this the hard way..
I have not tested the frandom module, how should I apply this to test? I am testing your newest boot.img as we speak, will report back here on how that goes.
thanks for your comments and feeback!
Edit: what I really notice regarding the sound quality is the voice quality in calls, again, I have no way of quantifying this but it seems much better during phone calls now!
crossbreeder is different from seeder.same idea (entropy) but different binary.i don't know if crossbreeder is draining battery or if it is some optimization from the kernel, or even if it is the battery who seem to go down and up....
Just wondering guys, is crossbreeder a crossbred version of seeder or what does it do and could this be the reason why my battery doesn't quite seem as good anymore? Would I still get the benefits of improved audio quality solely with the new kernel +frandom.ko kernel module without crossbreeder?
Edited by desalesouche, 21 March 2013 - 03:54 PM.
1/ i don't remenber...is it the same boot.img for styx and for onyx(cm7)? or does the ramdisk is suposed to be different...
Bad news I'm afraid, had to revert to the old Styx standard kernel because wifi was broken. When I mean broken, it was just a question of getting an IP address that was the problem since I set a static IP and it worked fine. Is there anything else I need to do to get dhcp working? Could it be the incorrect MAC address issue or do you think its just dhcp that's the problem since the static IP worked.
Edited by desalesouche, 21 March 2013 - 04:01 PM.
Edited by pedrojaime, 21 March 2013 - 05:22 PM.
would you try that boot.img?(with styx) http://www.mediafire...2s111iw1t32pe9q
Opening up Zoom Camera app taked 3s instead of 5s with crossbreeder applied so a definite performance increase and also with the displaying of the settings menus. I can confirm that crossbreeder is not affecting wifi either!
frandom kernel module is definitely making webpages load faster too!
So far, Frandom+crossbreeder - wifi keeps working fine..
EDIT: applying the boot.img breaks the wifi (dhcp) with more than one wifi access point, this is where its breaking.
Edited by pedrojaime, 21 March 2013 - 07:25 PM.
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