[Sammy-KERNEL][JellyBean] *19.02.13* [STweaks App] SiyahKernel v6 Beta5

Dieses Thema im Forum "Kernel für Samsung Galaxy S2" wurde erstellt von ->TopAZ<-, 03.06.2012.

  1. #1 ->TopAZ<-, 03.06.2012
    Zuletzt bearbeitet: 31.07.2013
    Diese Seite ist die Fortsetzung von Kjetals Thema aosp-sammy-kernel-ics-extweaks-all-1kernel-dualboot-siyahkernel unter neuer Führung. Sie knüpft an dieses nahtlos an.


    Siyah Kernel v6 ​

    Die Version 6 des Siyah Kernel wird KEINE ICS ROM´s MEHR unterstützen
    (Für ICS ROM´s Version 5.0.1 des Kernels verwenden!!! ;) ).

    Z.Z. funktionieren einzig "Samsung JB ROM´s" garantiert!!!

    Changelog - Versionshistorie
    Kernel Features
    Kompatible und empfohlene Apps für den Siyah Kernel
    (Dank geht an Kjetal!)

    Google Play Store Links: STweaks und ExTweaks

    Weiterführende Links

    http://www.android-hilfe.de/kernel-fuer-samsung-galaxy-s2/240306-anleitung-wie-flashe-ich-einen-custom-kernel.html Bei noch NICHT vorhandenem ROOT zum flashen die .tar-Datei (für ODIN (Windows)) des Kernel benutzen! Damit wird das Gerät auch gleichzeitig gerootet. Womit temporär die Gerätegarantie erlischt!
    [FAQ] Unterschied ExTweaks und STweaks (Einstellmöglichkeiten) Erklärung der Unterschiede beider APP´s sowie deren Einstellmöglichkeiten (deutsch)
    Custom Binary Flash Counter: Reset (per USB-JIG)
    Wie Backups unter CWM6.x erstellen?

    Siyah Kernel bei XDA [KERNEL][ICS][ExTweaks][All-in-1kernel][DualBoot][Soundgasm] SiyahKernel oder [KERNEL][REF][Q&A] Siyah 5.0.+ [ICS][JB/CM10] +DISCUSSION+. NON-DEV STUFF HERE!!!
    Siyah Kernel Seite von Gokhan Moral SiyahKernel for S2 & S3 | "One kernel to rule them all"
    Eine Anleitung zum Siyah-Dualboot findet ihr hier. [Dualboot][Anleitung][FAQ] Siyah Kernel - Dual Boot "Wie geht das genau?"
    Testversion einer Boot2Gecko ROM gibt es hier. [B2G][Anleitung - OHNE Heimdall/Odin] CWM6 Backup - Boot2Gecko für SGS2
    Eine Anleitung zur Gestensteuerung (auf deutsch) gibt es hier [Anleitung] Siyah Kernel (4.1b5)+Dorimanx Touch Gestures

    mastakilla, Sammy71, AndroidLover666 und 69 andere haben sich bedankt.
  2. #2 ->TopAZ<-, 03.06.2012
    Zuletzt bearbeitet: 23.04.2013
    Dropbox-Mirror älterer Versionen des Siyah Kernel -
    GB/ICS/JB/Samsung JB (vereinzelt nur die CWM Version) --> HIER!

    SiyahKernel S2-v6 Beta5 ---> Ab HIER im Thema! (CM10.1 ROM Versionen (4.2.1) werden NICHT unterstützt!!!)
    Posted on February 17, 2013

    • Merged with I9100P JB Sources
    • Tested only on i9100 jb leak LS6. Not tested on CM10, even if it boots some features (cam, for example) may be broken on cm10.
    • No dualboot support yet. I will have to update recovery to support that again, but I have no idea when I will have time for that.
    • Test it only if you are using Samsung’s leaked JB ROM and please report missing features
    • Fixed exynos-mem exploit - Siyah Kernel IST SICHER!
    • added ROW I/O Scheduler
    • using old Wifi driver, this will probably prevent any wifi related lockups/freezes.
    • default governor: ondemand during betas, and reverted back to legacy hotplug method (pm_hotplug, as Samsung has in JB kernels)
    • reapplied tegrak’s secondcore patches to pm_hotplug and also added governor-awareness to pm_hotplug which will prevent having two different hotplug mechainsms running simultaneously.
    - update beta2 -> beta3:
    • video recording is fixed
    • fixed mdnie negative effect problem
    • gpu voltage initialization is fixed
    - update beta3 -> beta4:
    • updated wifi module (should fix random reboots that some people experience which is related with wifi)
    • Experimental exfat support (please test and report if exfat formatted external sdcards can be used)
    • fixed headphone amplification
    - update beta4 -> beta5:
    • based on latest I9100 JB Kernel source
    • home key is fixed. now it works both in recovery as well as CM10.1 and Samsung ROMs
    • increased default gpu freqs a little bit. the lowest freq is now 108MHz.
    • updated SuperSu.
    • fixed CPU and I/O scheduler changes in STweaks not being applied after reboot.
    • possible workaround for bootloop bug.
    • added boot animation support
    • removed custom CPU steps. the kernel has 6 CPU steps now (1400, 1200, 1000, 800, 500, 200)
    • fixed stock video player
    • power saving mode is now working
    DOWNLOAD TAR (for Odin)
    DOWNLOAD ZIP (for CWM Recovery)

    Wer bei der Installation Probleme hat (z.B. "installation abortet"), bitte mal hier schauen und beachten. Lösung!!!
    BETA Versionen sind in einem recht frühen Stadium der Entwicklung, bei Problemen mit diesen einfach die vorherige Version benutzen.


    SiyahKernel S2-v5.0.1 ---> Ab HIER im Thema!
    Posted on November 11, 2012

    • reverted wifi driver to fix wifi direct & other wifi related problems
    • touch gestures off when screen is off
    • analogue headphone amp in stweaks
    • new & faster stweaks
    • mxt224e touchscreen choppiness fix
    DOWNLOAD TAR (for Odin)
    DOWNLOAD ZIP (for CWM Recovery)

    SiyahKernel S2-v5.0i ---> Ab HIER im Thema!
    Posted on November 05, 2012

    • Dual booting with new CM10 + Samsung ICS ROM
    • improved touch sensitivity
    • 5-step GPU
    • added arm topology patches again, with cpupower driver.
    • merged with a JB leak (3.0.31)
    • removed dynamic cpu freq steps. they are all fixed now.
    • removed some settings from ExTweaks interface such as cfstweaks
    • orbot is now working (only tested on Samsung ROM)
    • Reboot into 1stROM, Reboot into 2ndROM in STweaks. (v5.0a2)
    • STweaks added to initramfs. it will be autoinstalled only once. it is my own implementation of uci.sh interface. There is almost no difference (except for resetting to defaults in the last tab) between ExTweaks and STweaks. It’s been used for some time in my S3 kernel and fairly stable. I wanted to put it in the last version of my S2 kernel as well. it is my second android app (first one is FastDormancy app).. it doesn’t have a fancy UI but not bad for a beginner .
    • BLNWW (BLN Without Wakelock).
    • Touch gestures optimizations (thanks to Tungstwenty for the latest changes and for this great feature).
    • added speaker and mic amplification/sensitivity settings which are based on fluxi’s mc1n2 interface, reversed and ported to uci.sh interface by dorimanx, tested and committed to my initramfs by robertobsc.
    • automatic led brightness level. touch voltage level will be ignored if this one is checked in STweaks
    • added B2G support (thanks to atilag@github for the initramfs changes).
    • added an option in STweaks to set a delay in FB earlysuspend to properly play CRT animation (implemented originally by Codeworkx).
    • reverted wifi driver to the one in cm10 kernel
    • fixed auto-brightness issue on CM10.
    • fixed some 2ndROM related problems in recovery when installing zips or restoring backups
    • fixed BLN intensity when auto led brightness is selected.
    • applied latest lulzactiveq tweaks from robertobsc.
    • mali and vsync related changes (mostly from Entropy512′s commits) which are supposed to improve the battery life
    • removed battery and performance profiles.
    • removed lots of cpu governors. available governors: pegasusq, ondemand, conservative, hotplug, lulzactiveq
    • new optional GPU frequency steps. enable VPLL Mode in STweaks but make sure you read the description.
    • fixed a CM10 specific problem with the new GPU steps but it still doesn’t guarantee that the new steps will be stable on your device.
    • added slide2wake (thanks to Fluxi) + some optimizations
    • added mdnie interface and made hardcore’s sharpness tweaks optional in STweaks
    • lulzactiveq fixes by robertobsc and added cpu governor selection back to stweaks
    • Finally fixed vpll problem and made it default (thanks to robertobsc for his helps on testing)(geändert in v.5.0i)
    DOWNLOAD TAR (for Odin)
    DOWNLOAD ZIP (for CWM Recovery)

    SiyahKernel S2-v4.1.5 ---> Ab HIER im Thema!
    Posted on September 05, 2012

    - Linux 3.0.40 Linux 3.0.15
    - CWM-Based Touch Recovery v6.0.1.2
    - fixed led timeout not being saved
    - new GPU frequency steps: 54, 108, 133, 160, 266, 330, 400, 440, 520MHz (Removed in beta4)
    - added one more GPU step, we now have 4 GPU steps
    - added ntt docomo gps support again (ntt-docomo users can use their previous scripts to get gps working)
    - fixed movfilter not being changed with kmemhelper
    - removed 25MHz and 50MHz CPU steps
    - fixed led activity on brightness change
    - ExTweaks settings will be reset because of GPU changes. if you revert back to a previous version make sure you reset ExTweaks settings manually.
    - update beta1 -> beta4: fixed gamma shift not working in ExTweaks. removed all gpu modifications to make sure we have no problems with other parts. some users (including me) experienced no problems with new gpu steps whereas some users had kernel panics when the screen is off.
    Consider v4.1beta4 as 4.0.2 with linux 3.0.40 and cwm-based recovery
    - update beta4 -> beta5: gesture support by Tungstwenty (sample flashable zip) here is the XDA thread. some minor fixes in ExTweaks. swappiness set to 90 (effective only if you are using zram or swap). removed battery and performance profile settings during the beta phase (they will be the same as default settings)
    - update beta5 -> beta6: removed additional gpu steps and new frequencies
    - update beta6 -> rc1: revert back to 3.0.15 with only several cherry-picks from upstream. updated CWM-based recovery to the latest with backup type selection (dup or tar). fixed the problem of not booting after wiping data/cache. lots of refactorings and cleanups. Number of gestures increased from 10 to 30 (by Tungstwenty).
    - update rc1 -> release:
    - 4 gpu steps (100,160,200,266MHz default).
    - gpu boost on touch to prevent UI lags (gpu freq will be set to step2, 160MHz in default set, for one second after you touch the screen).
    - pegasusq behavior modified and tweaked.
    - CWM-based recovery updated to
    - fixed mounting the internal sdcard in recovery. fixed user gamma settings.
    - Tested backup&restore using nandroid dedupe and tar formats (tar format may not be compatible with previous version. make sure you create new backups after you install the kernel).
    - made a small modification in init script to create “.nomedia” files in clockworkmod folders to prevent media scanning on blob folder.
    - update 4.1 -> 4.1.1: fixed the problem with external sdcard in some roms because of forgotten unmount in init script.
    - update 4.1.1 -> 4.1.2: added lulzactiveq (added hotplug logic and some fixes & tweaks, by robertobsc@XDA). fixed recovery not being usable with 3-button combo. set default backup format to tar in recovery. some other initramfs changes & fixes.

    - update 4.1.2 -> 4.1.3
    • decreased mali sampling interval (thanks to AndreiLux)
    • removed zram settings from ExTweaks
    • some gpu boost fixes
    • lulzactiveq fixes
    • reverted some changes (mostly TMU related)
    • chargeboost in LPM
    • fixed adbd problem for JB ROMs
    • lots of cherrypicks from cm10 kernel
    • initramfs fixes
    - update 4.1.3 -> 4.1.4
    • fixed vibration intensity problem with samsung roms
    • fixed adb in recovery
    • compiled with linaro 4.7 (2012.08) toolchain
    • fixed mass storage mounting problem
    - update 4.1.4 -> 4.1.5
    • fixed /mnt/ntfs directory creation problem (ntfs mounting over usb otg should be working now)
    • lulzactiveq (and one of my mistake in lulzactive) fixes by robertobsc@XDA
    • enabled NFS module (if you don’t know what it is then you don’t need it)
    DOWNLOAD TAR (for Odin)
    DOWNLOAD ZIP (for CWM Recovery)
    SiyahKernel S2-v4.1.4
    DOWNLOAD TAR (for Odin)
    DOWNLOAD ZIP (for CWM Recovery)
    SiyahKernel S2-v4.1.3
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    SiyahKernel S2-v4.1.2
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    SiyahKernel S2-v4.0.1
    Posted on August 7, 2012

    - based on update7 sources
    - supports Samsung 4.0.3/4.0.4 (no camera problem), CM9, CM10 and MIUI
    - all the changes from v3.5.2 are applied
    - no CAP_ERASE, no hardbrick
    - fixed CM10 led behavior
    - fixed led_fadeout behavior
    - fixed autorotation problem with CM10 and 4.0.3 ROMs
    - enabled swap and zram options in config. enabled zram as default with 150MB swap. you can disable it in extweaks
    - CWM-based Touch Recovery v6.0.1.1 Verschoben!
    - update v4.0 -> v4.0.1: some changes in initramfs to fix boot problems with some ROMs.

    SiyahKernel SGS2 v3.5.2
    Posted on July 29, 2012

    - added Jellybean support
    - updated wireless driver (1.15.12 -> 1.15.15)
    - replaced superuser with supersu (only when autorooting, your existing app won’t be replaced)
    - updated modem driver
    - removed some unused binaries from initramfs
    - Linux 3.0.38
    - update 3.5 -> 3.5.1: fixed brightness and led problems. changed compression to gzip for faster boot (increased size)
    - update 3.5.1 -> 3.5.2: fixed CM10 booting problem
    DOWNLOAD TAR (for Odin)
    DOWNLOAD ZIP (for CWM Recovery)

    SiyahKernel SGS2 v3.4.1
    Posted on July 21, 2012

    - based on i9100 update6 sources
    - fixed /vendor symlink for cm9/aosp roms
    - Linux 3.0.37
    - update (3.4 -> 3.4.1) bluetooth fix to work on 4.0.4 based ROMs (by tungstwenty).
    DOWNLOAD TAR (for Odin)
    DOWNLOAD ZIP (for CWM Recovery)

    SiyahKernel SGS2 v3.3.3d
    Posted on July 12, 2012

    - pegasusq fixes and tweaks
    - added cfs tweaks settings to ExTweaks (samsung default, linux kernel default and thunderbolt script defaults)
    - added Tungstwenty’s implementation that let’s us see deleted wakelock details (optional in ExTweaks)
    - cherry-picked some wifi changes/fixes from cm9 repo
    - added mdnie negative effect toggle to ExTweaks (by Tungstwenty)
    - and some other tiny changes…
    - Linux 3.0.36
    - update (3.3.3 -> 3.3.3b) removed some potentially unsafe changes which might be the reason of some users having problems with the latest release.
    - update (3.3.3b -> 3.3.3c) added ntt device gps support back. removed exfat related mess. added Entropy512′s patch to prevent multicast packets for added headphone amplification setting to extweaks (named it soundgasm). fixed data statistics and some other changes in config and sources…
    - update (3.3.3c -> 3.3.3d) main wakelock fix by tungstwenty
    DOWNLOAD TAR (for Odin)
    DOWNLOAD ZIP (for CWM Recovery)

    SiyahKernel SGS2 v3.3.2
    Posted on June 12, 2012

    - USB mode selection in ExTweaks (default, force mass storage, force mtp)
    - some tweaks & patches from upstream
    - GENTLE_FAIR_SLEEPERS and ARCH_POWER selection in ExTweaks
    - battery charging animation, service and lpm.rc from CM9
    - wifi country code lookup part delegated back to the driver code
    - Linux 3.0.34
    DOWNLOAD TAR (for Odin)
    DOWNLOAD ZIP (for CWM Recovery)

    SiyahKernel v3.3.1
    Posted on June 4, 2012

    - removed lots of experimental patches and merges. why? because I got my i9300 today and my i9100 will be used by my wife and I don’t want her to complain too much.
    - Linux 3.0.33

    updated on 5th June:
    - merge with linux 3.0.y branch.
    DOWNLOAD TAR (for Odin)
    DOWNLOAD ZIP (for CWM Recovery)

    SiyahKernel v3.3
    Posted on June 4, 2012

    - removed lots of experimental patches and merges. why? because I got my i9300 today and my i9100 will be used by my wife and I don’t want her to complain too much.

    SiyahKernel v3.2.8.2
    Posted on June 3, 2012

    - reverted n7000 modem driver because of h2_lsic wakelock problem.
    - reverted fs and scsi related merges which might be the reason of some people having bootloops.

    SiyahKernel v3.2.8
    Posted on June 3, 2012

    - lots of merges with n7000 update3 sources (/kernel /mm /fs /block /net) and some platform specific merges (cpufreq driver and usb related)
    - this release is probably the last v3.2 version. in v3.3beta I will use i9300 base and have a single repository for i9100 and i9300, which requires a little more time than I have now.
    - XZ compression because new flags and features make the kernel to exceed 8MB with gzip compression.

    I have no time to announce it on XDA thread. so, consider it as announced.
    jupp, hundekopf23, simonwest und 21 andere haben sich bedankt.
  3. #3 ->TopAZ<-, 03.06.2012
    Zuletzt bearbeitet: 29.10.2012
    Kernel Features

    Quelle: SiyahKernel@XDA

    Eine Übersetzung ist, aufgrund der verwendeten Fachbegriffe und der Aussagefähigkeit des original Textes, unzweckmäßig. Also habe ich es gelassen!
    Wer zu einzelnen Funktionen Fragen hat, benutze die Suchfunktion (es steht im Forum alles geschrieben).

    • based on Update7 sources
    • DISABLED CAP_ERASE (No superbrick bug)
    • All-in-1kernel because it supports CM9, CM10, Samsung, MIUI and Boot-to-Gecko (B2G) ROMs with a single kernel image. (no Sense4all support)
    • Dual booting support for all supported ROM types. Siyah Kernel - Dual Boot "Wie geht das genau?"
    • Custom CWM touch recovery with swipe gestures and double-tap selection
    • configurable number of frequency steps (default 6-steps, 200MHz to 1400MHz) you can have 3 to 18 steps. available steps are (in MHz) 1600, 1500, 1400, 1300, 1200, 1100, 1000, 900, 800, 700, 600, 500, 400, 300, 200, 100, 50, 25.
    • 5-step GPU frequency levels. Samsung default is 160-267 whereas SiyahKernel default is 100-133-160-200-267 which saves power without sacrificing performance.
    • Auto-root. You can also remove root via ExTweaks app and install it without rebooting your phone again. Auto-root can be disabled as well.
    • CPU Overclock/Undervolt support (we have two interfaces for that. both of them are defacto standard)
    • Tweakable vitalij's value (set to 5 as default)
    • Adjustable touchpad led brightness
    • Fixed fuelalert wakelocks
    • You can completely disable android logger using ExTweaks app
    • Faster charging for misc and USB modes. There are 3 modes (AC, Misc, USB) and normally last two of them support only slow charging. You can have charging speed of AC by increasing it (especially user while charging in car or using USB port)
    • Cpu governor optimizations
    • Gpu voltage, clock and stepcount interfaces (GPU Overclock/Undervolt)
    • Screen brightness curve settings with original panel gamma values. panel values unchanged, so you will get stock colors and will be able to use supercurio's voodoo display app when it is released. brightness modification will only change auto-brightness response.
    • BLN support both for Samsung and CM ROMs (you can use ExTweaks, Nstools or BLNControl app from the market to enable it)
      Breathing or Blinking effect for BLN. (Make sure you don't enable blinking in any other BLN app) Use ExTweaks to select one of them.
    • Better touch sensitivity
    • Available CPU Governors: Pegasusq (default), Ondemand, Lulzactive, SmartassV2, Interactive and Conservative, Performance, Userspace, Powersave
    • CIFS as module
    • Available I/O schedulers: CFQ (default), noop, Deadline, SIO, V(R)
    • J4FS as module
    • ARM topology support (SCHED_MC)
    • Automatic EFS Backup
    • Lots of I/O tweaks and filesystem optimizations via some parts of thunderbolt scripts.
    • USB Mass Storage mode is working in CWM Touch Recovery and you can mount both internal and external sdcard as a disk drive
    • NTFS automounting for USB sticks. When you plug in an NTFS formatted USB flash it will be automatically mounted to /mnt/ntfs folder.
    • USB mouse and keyboard support
    • built-in profile support with default, battery and performance presets (you can change them in CWM Recovery). Even using everything default will save you a lot of battery juice.
    • Eargasm for headphone amplification (in ExTweaks) as free Voodoo Louder replacement
    • Almost everything is configurable such as scheduler features, hotplug thresholds, GPU frequencies, voltages, arm topology modes... and they are configurable via simple and free ExTweaks App from Google Play
    • Adjustable mDNIe settings (thanks to sakura)
    • mDNIe negative effect toggle with home button (press it four times)
    • Touch gesture support by Tungstwenty. (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1831254)
    Android-FanX79, JobbeDeluxe, fsi09 und 7 andere haben sich bedankt.
  4. #4 TheZero, 03.06.2012
    Warum wird ein neuer Thread gemacht?
  5. Da es so übersichtlicher ist,und die Leute mehr lesen vermute ich mal :)
  6. #6 hellsgod, 03.06.2012
    Der "alte" Thread war von Kjetal, der "neue" nun von Topas, da Kjetal den Siyah Thread nicht weiter moderiert. Steht doch auch im "alten" Thread ;)

  7. Richtig. Da ich das Gerät gewechselt habe und Topas weiterhin beim Siyah ( SGS 2 ) bleibt habe ich das Thema an ihn abgegeben, daher auch ein neuer.

    Klick mich
    Fettman, Mike-El und arnavutoglu haben sich bedankt.
  8. #8 Marc 777, 03.06.2012
    Also die Leistung stimmt schon mal vom neuen 3.2.8 Akku wird sich noch zeigen.Aber selbst wenn er nur einen Tag durchhālt bleibt er erst mal drauf da die Leistung stimmt.
    Gesendet von meinem GT-I9100 mit der Android-Hilfe.de App
  9. #9 heidenf, 03.06.2012
    Ich werde den 3.2.8'er auch mal probieren.

    Bisher war der bei mir ungeschlagen, was Akku Leistung angeht.
  10. #10 shotek, 03.06.2012
    Zuletzt von einem Moderator bearbeitet: 03.06.2012
    Mag garnicht den neuen testen,weil der extrem gut bei mir läuft!:D

    Gesendet von meinem GT-I9100 mit Tapatalk 2
  11. #11 Marc 777, 03.06.2012
    Der neue ist auf jedenfall es wert das man ihn probiert.Ich war ja vom so uberzezgt aber der 3.2.8 ist echt der Hammer schon allein der Speed von dem Kernel ist echt Top. Akku ist vom Gefühl her genauso wie mein geliebter aber wie es genau aussieht werde ich noch sehen.Wenn nicht teste ich mal den da ja auch dieser ganz gut sein soll. Aber bis jetzt ist er schon sehr sehr gut was die Leistung angeht.Akku wird sich zeigen!;)

    Gesendet von meinem GT-I9100 mit der Android-Hilfe.de App
  12. #12 Dr.Franz, 03.06.2012
    Also wenn ich das richtig interpretiere was er geschrieben hat, ist doch wohl nun Schluß mit Siyah, er wechselt wohl auch zum S3.
    Oder liege ich da falsch und habe es nicht richtig verstanden?
  13. #13 trayzor, 03.06.2012
    Nicht richtig verstanden. Er wird in Zukunft auf dem S3 aufbauen.
  14. #14 Mike-El, 03.06.2012
    Ich verstehe es so das sowohl fürs s2 und s3 Versionen kommen sollen. Mal abwarten wie lange das gut geht ;-)

    Ich bleib beim s2 und bin mit dem vorletzten siyah zufrieden. Den neuen muss ich testen.

    Falls dieser wirklich der Letzte gewesen sein sollte ist das zwar traurig aber auch verständlich... So ist das mit dem Fortschritt

  15. #15 Marc 777, 03.06.2012
    Ja dann kaufen wir halt das S3 aber ich bin leider kein Fan von Blau und Weiss ich will Schwarz :mad:

    Gesendet von meinem GT-I9100 mit der Android-Hilfe.de App
  16. #16 trayzor, 03.06.2012
    Es wird nach wie vor den Siyah fürs S2 geben, er wird dann nur auf den Neuerungen vom S3 (i9300base) aufbauen, so wie jetzt gerade vieles vom Note (n7000base) kommt.
    krapfl, Mike-El und Galaxy_S2_fa haben sich bedankt.
  17. #17 picard47, 03.06.2012
    Der neue Kernel ist wirklich spitze. Super smooth und bis jetzt toller Deep Sleep. Ich probier wirklich viele Kernel, aber ich komme immer wieder zum Siyah zurück.
  18. #18 Dr.Franz, 03.06.2012
    Lassen wir uns ueberraschen :biggrin:
    Waere ja gut wenn, aber auch wenn nicht.
    Wenn nicht, waere vielleicht sogar besser, sollte der 3.2.8 gut laufen, ein Flashobjekt weniger:D
  19. #19 Dragûs, 03.06.2012
    dem ganzen kann man positiv gegenüber stehen.

    vlt hält jetzt nen kernel mal länger als vier tage aufm S2 durch :)))

    Gesendet von meinem GT-I9100 mit der Android-Hilfe.de App
  20. #20 Dr.Franz, 03.06.2012
    Sag ich doch:thumbsup:

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