Twitch. It's what many YouTubers now use to stream games over and then upload footage of.
What I'm saying is that Synopsis has only been released 3 days ago and it's not in bad shape at all, yet it's able to do almost everything that this kernel can do and even has things fixed e.g. zram. It trims the fat well enough that there's more free RAM so that video apps can run at higher quality. This kernel used to do that, but it's gone from 393MB to 400MB and then to 407MB and as of v0.62 there's random reboots when the device is pushed in terms of performance and/or memory.
407MB = Can't run Twitch at high quality or medium
400MB = Can't run Twitch at high quality
393MB = Can use all quality settings
Not to be rude but I developed a kernel and ROM's for a different device myself, so I don't need it explaining to me. Thanks for trying to though. Many kernels even use a scheduler that I created (SmartassH3), although it puzzles me as to why they do because it's a tuned version of SmartassV2 designed for my H3 series of ROM's on the ZTE Skate (it's a 800MHz ARMv6 device).
Synopsis is likely going to improve, because like I said it was only released 3 days ago. I favour this kernel currently though because of it's performance tweaks, but it'd be nice to see this upgraded back to 3.4.4+ and to have the fat trimmed to get 393MB or more free RAM.
Edited by H3ROS, 20 July 2014 - 07:18 PM.