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As previously said, try to set governors using the rom's built in performance tool :)

Giuseppe the kernel tweaker is the rom's built in tool ;)


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Best rom so far!!Camera is working perfectly, without flash lag!!thanks!


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Giuseppe the kernel tweaker is the rom's built in tool ;)

Oh, ok, I thought you were referring to the stand alone app findable on play store, sorry :D

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ART causes bootloop

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ART is problematic anyway.It always caused freeze issues etc. in official CM11 and never had good performance with it on other ROMs.

Use dalvik, don't let any shitty services run in the background and your battery life will be just fine


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Oh, ok, I thought you were referring to the stand alone app findable on play store, sorry :D

 

ah I get it now... after you said that there is a standalone app I checked it in playstore and have seen that there are more menus...

what I mean .. I swiped left and there is a menu for governor.. but no abyssplug...  but had not swiped to the right, where the main menu is ...

set abyssplug and it changed :-)


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just tried the new GAPPs, nothing different .. 

I then use Google Now Launcher, and it worked fine .. so I understand now that the problem is in the Liquid Launcher .. :(

 

Google search is NOT part of the launcher.


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LiquidSmooth 3.2 with AD and my own optimizations

 

My continuation of IODAK's excellent kernel, now with 100% more ehrmagerd

 

Mourta-Kernel 3.4, a new beginning.

 

My bitbucket

 

Big shoutout to the Giuseppe and his testing crew, stable releases are only possible because of you.

 

If you would consider donating for my work then please do so in your own name to your own favourite charity. :)


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I´m testing this new combination (was on Vanir 4.3.1. stable) with Kernel and Rom. Looking good so far, many thanks for your work!!!

 

May be 1 dumb questions (sorry for it, if I could found it myself):

- In other Roms, there were developer options, where I can set "force GPU-Rendering" (which I use for Apps like Titanium Backup, File Manager, they scroll much smoother with this otion set). Is this option present in this Rom and where can I set thinks like this (adb support, USB-Debugging and many more developer options)?

 

To enable "development options" you'll have to click the "LiquidSmooth version" under "about phone" five times. This is built into the ROM and was the way CM originally designed it.

 

You can also find "force GPU-Rendering" under "Advanced Options"/"prop modder" or under performance/Build.prop settings


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LiquidSmooth 3.2 with AD and my own optimizations

 

My continuation of IODAK's excellent kernel, now with 100% more ehrmagerd

 

Mourta-Kernel 3.4, a new beginning.

 

My bitbucket

 

Big shoutout to the Giuseppe and his testing crew, stable releases are only possible because of you.

 

If you would consider donating for my work then please do so in your own name to your own favourite charity. :)


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What can i say. Really smooth and so fast. Rom + kernel. Lots of settings. I have 1 problem, i cant find setting to change all font size. I had it in CM, in screen setting. Thank you for your exellent rom.
Edit: i have no notifications, at all. Strange, i enabled it.

 

 

https://github.com/L...5cf9ab18d075aed


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My stuff:

 

LiquidSmooth 3.2 with AD and my own optimizations

 

My continuation of IODAK's excellent kernel, now with 100% more ehrmagerd

 

Mourta-Kernel 3.4, a new beginning.

 

My bitbucket

 

Big shoutout to the Giuseppe and his testing crew, stable releases are only possible because of you.

 

If you would consider donating for my work then please do so in your own name to your own favourite charity. :)


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ART causes bootloop


No, Art work fine. With Iodak 10beta 7900 on quadrant benchmark

Edited by antys, 28 July 2014 - 09:03 PM.

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@Mourta I have a question: I use multirom, and my first ROM is Beanstalk; now, I want to permanently install your LiquidSmooth (not as primary simply because I won't erase Beanstalk, reinstall it and replacing all my customizations, it would be too long, so I thought about installing it as secondary and switch between the two roms). Considering that multirom doesn't allow an anykernel patched kernel to be installed on secondary roms, is it safe to flash your kernel on Beanstalk, then make a backup of boot img and replace it on your LiquidSmooth after having installed it as secondary? I ask you about this only to know if this procedure could cause problems or bugs, according to your opinion. Thanks! :)

 

Here's one that will work, just replace the one in the liquidsmooth ROM zip with http://www.mediafire...hm0avy/boot.img

 

Then it should be as easy as installing it, it's a copy of my boot.img pulled directly from my mmcblk0p2.


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My stuff:

 

LiquidSmooth 3.2 with AD and my own optimizations

 

My continuation of IODAK's excellent kernel, now with 100% more ehrmagerd

 

Mourta-Kernel 3.4, a new beginning.

 

My bitbucket

 

Big shoutout to the Giuseppe and his testing crew, stable releases are only possible because of you.

 

If you would consider donating for my work then please do so in your own name to your own favourite charity. :)


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Here's one that will work, just replace the one in the liquidsmooth ROM zip with http://www.mediafire...hm0avy/boot.img

 

Then it should be as easy as installing it, it's a copy of my boot.img pulled directly from my mmcblk0p2.

Very good, thank you very much, I'll give it a try when I'll be back home! :)


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ART causes bootloop

 

No, it looks like it does (since the boot animation restarts) but if you just wait it will reach the update apps phase.

 

I just tried it.

 

I don't know how it is stability wise but with abyssplug/balanced and no overclocking i get 7053 in quadrant and 15401 in Antutu.


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LiquidSmooth 3.2 with AD and my own optimizations

 

My continuation of IODAK's excellent kernel, now with 100% more ehrmagerd

 

Mourta-Kernel 3.4, a new beginning.

 

My bitbucket

 

Big shoutout to the Giuseppe and his testing crew, stable releases are only possible because of you.

 

If you would consider donating for my work then please do so in your own name to your own favourite charity. :)


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Very good, thank you very much, I'll give it a try when I'll be back home! :)

 

Anytime.. :)


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My stuff:

 

LiquidSmooth 3.2 with AD and my own optimizations

 

My continuation of IODAK's excellent kernel, now with 100% more ehrmagerd

 

Mourta-Kernel 3.4, a new beginning.

 

My bitbucket

 

Big shoutout to the Giuseppe and his testing crew, stable releases are only possible because of you.

 

If you would consider donating for my work then please do so in your own name to your own favourite charity. :)


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No, it looks like it does (since the boot animation restarts) but if you just wait it will reach the update apps phase.

I just tried it.

I don't know how it is stability wise but with abyssplug/balanced and no overclocking i get 7053 in quadrant and 15401 in Antutu.

Mine sat for like 10 mins looping. How long did it take yours?

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@Mourta

There is an important bug that has been preventing me from using unofficial p880 source-based ROMs since they were out.But your ROM is really smooth, battery friendly and has the exact features I want.I don't feel like switching over to official cm11, so here is the bug.

When you run some applications, real racing 3 to name one, the app crashes with kernel logs printing :

tegradc tegradc.0: Size of window 2 is invalid.
tegradc tegradc.0: Window attributes are invalid.

This bug happens with many more applications that I don't have anymore nor remember their names.But this bug has existed since the very first unofficial kitkat based ROM.I can remember I had about 5 - 10 more apps crashing this way, printing same message in kernel log on the first unofficial kitkat ROM I've tried.
No one seem to have fixed it.Lauftersteppenwolf had even acquired logs on this matter, yet he didn't or couldn't fix them.It wasn't brought to attention of other developers either.

Try it yourself, download real racing 3.It works really well in official cm11.No crashes or anything.But when I try to launch it on any unofficial based ROM, it just crashes.When I first installed the very first kitkat ROM for our device, I had about 5 - 10 apps like this crashing.And not all of them were 3D applications.

Note : It's not a bug within the kernel as I've used those custom kernels in official and unofficial both, the bug only occured in unofficial based ROMs.

I will post more logs once I create a backup.Have logs turned off as I don't need them usually.


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Mine sat for like 10 mins looping. How long did it take yours?

At reboot it started the boot animation and after about a minute it did a soft reboot and restarted the boot animation, then it took about 5 minutes until I got to the screen where it updates the applications. ART has come a long way since I last tried it, works like a charm.

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LiquidSmooth 3.2 with AD and my own optimizations

 

My continuation of IODAK's excellent kernel, now with 100% more ehrmagerd

 

Mourta-Kernel 3.4, a new beginning.

 

My bitbucket

 

Big shoutout to the Giuseppe and his testing crew, stable releases are only possible because of you.

 

If you would consider donating for my work then please do so in your own name to your own favourite charity. :)


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@Mourta

There is an important bug that has been preventing me from using unofficial p880 source-based ROMs since they were out.But your ROM is really smooth, battery friendly and has the exact features I want.I don't feel like switching over to official cm11, so here is the bug.

When you run some applications, real racing 3 to name one, the app crashes with kernel logs printing :

tegradc tegradc.0: Size of window 2 is invalid.
tegradc tegradc.0: Window attributes are invalid.
This bug happens with many more applications that I don't have anymore nor remember their names.But this bug has existed since the very first unofficial kitkat based ROM.I can remember I had about 5 - 10 more apps crashing this way, printing same message in kernel log on the first unofficial kitkat ROM I've tried.
No one seem to have fixed it.Lauftersteppenwolf had even acquired logs on this matter, yet he didn't or couldn't fix them.It wasn't brought to attention of other developers either.

Try it yourself, download real racing 3.It works really well in official cm11.No crashes or anything.But when I try to launch it on any unofficial based ROM, it just crashes.When I first installed the very first kitkat ROM for our device, I had about 5 - 10 apps like this crashing.And not all of them were 3D applications.

Note : It's not a bug within the kernel as I've used those custom kernels in official and unofficial both, the bug only occured in unofficial based ROMs.

I will post more logs once I create a backup.Have logs turned off as I don't need them usually.
I just ran two races in real racing 3 without any problems.

What are your settings on governor, overclocking and did you do a complete wipe?

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My stuff:

 

LiquidSmooth 3.2 with AD and my own optimizations

 

My continuation of IODAK's excellent kernel, now with 100% more ehrmagerd

 

Mourta-Kernel 3.4, a new beginning.

 

My bitbucket

 

Big shoutout to the Giuseppe and his testing crew, stable releases are only possible because of you.

 

If you would consider donating for my work then please do so in your own name to your own favourite charity. :)


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@Mourta

 

What do you think about Tegra 4 binary files?

https://github.com/P...ry/etc/firmware

commit: https://github.com/P...2a8d60e4b633c5f


Edited by LGaljo, 29 July 2014 - 11:51 AM.

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@Mourta

What do you think about Tegra 4 binary files?
https://github.com/P...ry/etc/firmware

They seem to be working fine. Not any real improvement as far as I can see but I can't review the code since they're binaries.

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My stuff:

 

LiquidSmooth 3.2 with AD and my own optimizations

 

My continuation of IODAK's excellent kernel, now with 100% more ehrmagerd

 

Mourta-Kernel 3.4, a new beginning.

 

My bitbucket

 

Big shoutout to the Giuseppe and his testing crew, stable releases are only possible because of you.

 

If you would consider donating for my work then please do so in your own name to your own favourite charity. :)





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