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  1. Alex.Sikes, 19.12.2011 #1

    Alex.Sikes Threadstarter Android-Lexikon

    WICHTIGER HINWEIS: Weder ich, noch Android-Hilfe.de, übernehmen eine Garantie auf Erfolg, oder die Haftung für jegliche Beschädigungen an eurem "Samsung Galaxy Nexus". Wenn ihr nicht sicher seit, was ihr macht, könnt ihr hier gerne Fragen stellen, aber wenn ihr danach immer noch nicht genau wisst, was ihr tut: Lasst es bleiben!

    Tuna-Kernel v17
    (Update vom 07.05.2012)

    - Galaxy Nexus (GSM)
    - Android ICS 4.0.2 / 4.0.3
    - Device muss gerootet sein HowTo
    - ClockworkMod Recovery muß installiert sein HowTo

    - Hybrid-Kernel basierend auf Linux 3.0.y und Linux 3.3+
    - UV
    - GPU+CPU OC
    - CIFS
    - SLQB
    - OTG
    - FIOPS
    | Dev: faux123 | Homepage |

    Download - Edition v13 (CSF)
    ICS-4.0.2 Mainline download
    ICS-4.0.2 Ultimate download

    Download - Mainline Edition v17 (CSF)
    ICS-4.0.3/-4.0.4 download

    Download - Ultimate Edition v17 (CSF)
    (Enabled Memory control, Enabled CleanCache/FrontSwap, Added ZRAM capability, Enabled GPU Overclock to 384 MHz)
    ICS-4.0.3/-4.0.4 download

    Download - Ultimate SmartReflex Edition v17 (CSF)
    Enabled SmartReflex 1.5, Enabled Memory resource control, Enabled GPU Overclock to 384 MHz
    ICS-4.0.3/-4.0.4 download

    Download-Mirror >> Zur Zeit keiner <<

    ACHTUNG: Es gibt für ICS-4.0.2/-4.0.3/-4.0.4 und CM9-4.0.4 Kernel, womit man bei Problemen den vorhandenen auf original Werte zurücksetzen kann. Ich Poste hier mal das dazugehörige Statement von faux123 aus dem Rootz-Forum: If you encountered any funny / weird / strange issues coming from other than 100% pure stock ROMs or my kernels, the following "Reset Kernel" will restore the kernel to its Original Stock Settings. After applying the reset kernel, then load my latest kernel again.

    Download - Reset-Kernel
    ICS-4.0.2 - Reset-Kernel download
    ICS-4.0.3 - Reset-Kernel download
    ICS-4.0.4 - Reset-Kernel download
    CM9 4.0.4 - Reset-Kernel download

    [B]Tuna-Kernel v17[/B]
    - Added TI's DDR RAM patch for low power down mode
    - Added kernel timer optimization
    - Added memory control group bug fix
    - Added SMP fix from Google.
    - Reduce WiFi voltage by 10%
    - add TI USB OTG patch
    - add interactive gov boost patch
    - add Android Binder patch from Linux 3.4+
    - back ported Android LMK and RAMConsole from Mainline Linux 3.4+ to 3.0
    - forward ported OMAP4 DSS Gamma control settings from Panda Board Linux 2.6.32 kernel
    http://en.wikipedia....amma_correction (this gamma correction is done in the framebuffer, so it is a SOFTWARE correction, different from the Gamma Hacks by supercurio which is more of a Hardware gamma correction and are totally independent from each other. My own recommendation is value of 6)
    - there are 10 preset gamma tables. 0 ==> disable gamma correction,
     1~10 ==> selects the gamma tables
     5 ==> gamma of 1.0 to change:
    echo 5 > /sys/devices/platform/omapdss/manager0/gamma
    - Added Scheduler Load balancing patches
    - Added Coupled CPU Idle engine (WIP)
    - Patched to Linux 3.0.30
    - Added latest Google Interactive Gov patches
    - Added ARM VFP patches
    - Added TI TWL Codec patches 
    - Added my own SmartReflex Bypass capability! 1.42/1.48 GHz are stable again (this would allow unofficial OPPs to run with SmartReflex without causing crashes due to aggressive UV)
    - Enabled TI SmartReflex 1.5 (-SR Ultimate Version ONLY)
    - Updated to latest Google Interactive governor
    - Patched Audio Codec from TI
    [B]Tuna-Kernel v16[/B]
    - Updated Gamma/Color control from CM9 (NOTE: YOU MUST RE-ADJUST YOUR COLOR/GAMMA due to this CHANGE!!!!)
    - Added VSprint / Number conversion lib optimizations
    - Added latest Google Clean Room Interactive governor updates
    - Added Wifi Fast option for fast wifi speed while screen is off (Good for Skype when screen is off)
    echo "Y" > /sys/module/bcmdhd/parameters/wifi_fast
    - Patched to mainline 3.0.29
    - Patched to latest Google MR1 release Kernel source from April :D
    - Added TI patches for EMIF (DDR RAM), USB, OTG (to save more battery when using), 32K timer
    - Enabled Higher Frequencies for IVA (image/video/audio DSP) Free performance boost for 3 different multimedia types!
    - Tons of TI OMAP 44xx Thermal Framework patches (Still WIP)
    - Latest patches from Android/Omap for input, cpufreq, RTC, L2 Cache and Netfilter
    - Tweaked Ondemand Governor Give Ondemand Governor a Try again!
    - patched to kernel.org 3.0.28 from 3.0.26
    - cpufreq: interactive - increase sampling time to during screen off
    - CPUfreq ondemand: update sampling rate without waiting for next sampling
    - gpu: ion: Use writecombined mappings for Tiler 2D
    - gpu: ion: Use writecombined mappings
    - OMAP4: DSS: Implement workaround for Errata ID:i733
    [B]Tuna-Kernel v15[/B]
    - Fix Settings->Apps->Running memory display issues since kernel 011 (Linux 3.0.18 patch)
    - Applied a few interactive governor patches from Google
    - disable the OMAP CPU1 PPA fix. (This patch was not new, I remembered it was causing issues, so disabled it again).
    - Enabled USB Serial FTDI and PL2303 (per request, built-in no .ko required)
    - patched to Official Google 4.0.4 kernel release
    - patched to kernel.org 3.0.26
    [B]Tuna-Kernel v14[/B]
    - Raised Thermal Throttle limit from 64 degrees to 74 degrees Celcius
    - Added 1.42GHz and 1.48GHz Overclocking steps with working voltage controls for all slots 
    - Added WORKING  user voltage control (compatible with SetCPU, SystemTuner) -> NOTE: If you use voltage control in ANY WAY OR FASHION, THERE WILL BE NO SUPPORT FROM ME if it crashed or have weird errors!!!
    - Massive updates to FUSE and EXT4 bring them to latest Linux 3.3-rc4
    - Massive updates to VFS subsystem bring it to latest Linux 3.3-rc4
    - Kernel.org Patch to latest 3.0.24 
    - Special Asynchronous I/O optimization to optimize ALL kernel I/O operations (supposedly faster than synchronous due to synchronous wait time)
    - Enabled NFS Client v3 and v4
    - Updated to kernel.org 3.0.23 from 3.0.21
    - Add USB fast charge hack by Chad
    - Add CM9 Color Multiplier hacks
    - Add OMAP TWL6040 (audio) codec fixes
    [B]Tuna-Kernel v13[/B]
    - revert asynchronous SMP boot
    - Updated MM folder to Linux 3.3-rc3
    - Updated Block folder to Linux 3.3-rc3
    - Updated AIO to Linux 3.3-rc3
    - Cherry-picked scheduler Optimization from Linux 3.3-rc3+
    - added CM9's (aka Supercurio's) Voodoo Color/Gamma control kernel patch.
    - Updated to kernel.org's 3.0.21
    - filemap completely updated to Linux 3.3-rc3 (kernel 013b8+)
    - swap/swapfile completely updated to Linux 3.3-rc3 (kernel 013b8+)
    - shmem completely updated to Linux 3.3-rc3 (kernel 013b8+)
    - kernel init completely updated to Linux 3.3-rc3 (kernel 013b8+)
    - more selective cherry picks from Linux 3.3-rc3 (kernel 013b8+)
    - memory page writeback completely updated to Linux 3.3-rc2 (kernel 013b6+)
    - FIOPS version 2 (kernel 013+) **made default by requests...
    - Filesystem writeback completely updated to Linux 3.3-rc2 (kernel 013b6+)
    - SLUB completed updated to Linux 3.3-rc2 (kernel 013+)
    - enabled KSM for CM9 Dalvik hack also completely updated to Linux 3.3-rc2 (kernel 013+)
    - vmalloc completely updated to Linux 3.3-rc2 (kernel 013+)
    - vmscan completely updated to Linux 3.3-rc2 (kernel 013+)
    - memcontrol completely updated to Linux 3.3-rc2 (kernel 013+)
    - memory compaction completely updated to Linux 3.3-rc2 (kernel 013+)
    - Completely updated to Linux 3.3-RC2 (kernel 013+)
    - FIOPS version 2 (kernel 013+) **NOT SELECTED BY DEFAULT, MUST use SystemTuner or VoltageControl app to switch to it.
    - Updated IDR library to Linux 3.3-rc2 (kernel 013+)
    [B]Tuna-Kernel v12[/B]
    - revert SMP patch based on notifications
    - Updated to kernel.org 3.0.19 (bug fixes and performance)
    - Another 30+ patches (over 110+ total patches) for RCU bring RCU to the ABSOLUTE latest release (performance and battery life)
    - adjusted hotplug governor patches for interactive, ondemand and conservative slightly (bug fixes)
    - Tweaked voltages again: 
    - core voltages to 95.0% of stock (used by GPU and everything ELSE in the system)
    - mpu voltages to 90.0% of stock (used only by CPUs)
    - iva voltages to 93.5% of stock (used only by Audio/Video DSP)
    - revert Asynchronous SMP boot (could be the culprit for the reboots when coming out of sleep)
    - added 2 more latest RCU updates (performance enhancement and battery life)
    - added cpuidle patch (battery life)
    - reverted Joe's RCU in favor of newest RCU Forward port. 
    - Updated over 80+ patches to the latest RCU based on Linux 3.3 rc5 (better performance & battery life)
    - Cherry picked selected Linux 3.3 rc5 NOHz scheduler updates (better performance & battery life)
    - board/pm44xx: change from err to info for PM debugging message (easier for me to read)
    - usb/host: fix trivial merge error (bug fix - small omission)
    - cpufreq: update early suspend level to EARLY_SUSPEND_LEVEL_STOP_DRAWING (delay hotplug until all drawings are done!)
    - cpufreq/interactive: add early suspend/late resume drivers support (For ICS 4.0.3 ONLY, DOH forgot...)
    - opp4xxx_data: under volt MPU to 90% of stock (further UV!) <== TEST THIS for stability!!!
    - OMAP4: PM: Handle LPDDR CLK IO errata during suspend/idle (bug fix)
    - rpmsg: resmgr: disable aux_clk_src in case of error (bug fix)
    - ARM: vfp: clear fpscr length and stride bits on entry to sig handler (bug fix)
    - ARM: vfp: move user vfp state save/restore code out of signal.c (bug fix)
    - Revert "ARM: vfp: clear fpscr length and stride bits on entry to sig handler"
    - ARM: OMAP3+: SmartReflex: fix error handling (bug fix)
    - ARM: OMAP2+: arch/arm/mach-omap2/devices.c: introduce missing kfree (bug fix)
    - ARM: OMAP: fix erroneous mmc2 clock change on mmc3 setup (bug fix)
    - ARM: OMAP2+: GPMC: fix device size setup (bug fix)
    - ARM: fix rcu stalls on SMP platforms (bug fix)
    - OMAP4: Clock: Force a DPLL clkdm/pwrdm ON before a relock (bug fix)
    - kernel/timer: Optimise apply_slack() for size and speed. (performance enhancement)
    - mm: compaction: Check pfn_valid when entering a new MAX_ORDER_NR_PAGES block during isolation for migration (bug fix)
    - ARM: OMAP3+: SmartReflex: fix the use of debugfs_create_* API (bug fix)
    - ARM: OMAP3+: SmartReflex: micro-optimization for sanity check (bug fix)
    - ARM: OMAP3+: SmartReflex: misc cleanups (bug fix)
    - ARM: OMAP3+: SmartReflex: move late_initcall() closer to its argument (bug fix)
    - ARM: OMAP3+: SmartReflex: add missing platform_set_drvdata() (bug fix)
    - ARM: OMAP2+: clock: cleanup CPUfreq leftovers (bug fix)
    - smp: Start up non-boot CPUs asynchronously (performance enhancement)
    - ARM: vfp: clear fpscr length and stride bits on entry to sig handler (bug fix)
    - ARM: vfp: flush thread hwstate before copying ptrace registers (bug fix)
    - ARM: vfp: fix ptrace regset modification race (bug fix)
    - ARM: vfp: flush thread hwstate before restoring context from sigframe (bug fix)
    - ARM: OMAP2+: PM: clean up omap_set_pwrdm_state() (bug fix)
    - ARM: Skip unnecessary pte makeup when clearing it (performance enhancement)
    [B]Tuna-Kernel v11r3[/B]
    Kein Changelog vorhanden!
    [B]Tuna-Kernel v11r2[/B]
    - Instability caused by aggressive GPU tweak fixed. Reverted to previous GPU settings. Mainline = 307 MHz / Ultimate = 384 MHz
    [B]Tuna-Kernel v11[/B]
    - Applied bunch of OMAP patches from omapzoom.org
    - Added hotplug capability to conservative governor as well when screen is off
    - Tweaked conservative governor to be slightly more responsive (nothing massive)
    - Reduced Ultimate GPU OC from 422.4MHz to 403.2MHz when running CPU @ 1.35 GHz OC for better stability!
    - Increased Mainline GPU OC voltage from 1.096 volts to 1.113 volts when running CPU @ 1.35 GHz OC for better stability!
    - Fixed couple of minor merge errors (vmscan)
    - Patched to kernel.org 3.0.18 (patched the recently found exploit gaining illegal root access)
    - Tweaked GPU max frequency @ 422 MHz and use same voltage value as old 384 MHz for Ultimate (for even better performance without increasing voltage)
    - Tweaked GPU to use lower max frequency @ 345 MHz and lower voltage for Mainline (for even lower battery consumption while screen on)
    - kernel NOHZ patches (better performance, better battery)
    - kernel cgroup patches (bug fixes)
    - OMAP specific RTC, USB patches (better performance and bug fixes)
    - ARM cache patches (better performance)
    [B]Tuna-Kernel v10r2[/B]
    made deadline I/O scheduler as default instead of FIOPS which caused
    some compatibility issues with 4.0.2/4.0.3 ROMs, FIOPS I/O scheduler is still 
    there if you choose to use it still
    [B]Tuna-Kernel v10[/B]
    - updated hrtimer to use usleep_range (more accurate time tracking)
    - added OMAP4 patch for HSI issues (bug fixes)
    - added vmscan patches (bug fixes)
    - increased voltage by 1.5%, so it's now pre-uv'ed to 93.5% of stock voltages (stability)
    - revert multi-threaded device init (camera fix...)
    - added mfd optimization for twl6040 codec (performance enhancement)
    - added JIT compiler for packet filters (performance enhancement)
    - added mmc patch for deadlock (bug fixes)
    - added OMAP4 patch for DSS issues (bug fixes)
    - added cpufreq patches (bug fixes)
    - added memcg bug patches (bug fixes)
    - patched FrontSwap to complement CleanCache for complete I/O --performance enhancement support. (performance enhancements)
    - added latest OMAP patches from omapzoom.org relevant to OMAP4460 (bug fixes)
    - Patched to kernel.org 3.0.17 (kernel update)
    [B]Tuna-Kernel v09[/B]
    - Fixed USB drain bug
    - Further pre-UV @ 92% of stock voltages
    - Added intermediate frequencies @ 525MHz, 810MHz and 1060MHz
    - Default @ 1.2 GHz after startup
    - Joe's RCU (directly from Joe's Email to me)
    - Multi-threaded Kernel Device Initialization
    [B]Tuna-Kernel v08[/B]
    - Add brand new I/O Scheduler designed from specifically for FLASH devices (FIOPS)
    - Further Tuned OnDemand Governor
    - Disable CleanCache
    - Update Block I/O to Linux-Next
    - Applied a few updates from omapzoom related to PM
    - Add Early Suspend / Late Resume to Interactive Governor
    - Add Early Suspend / Late Resume to OnDemand Two-Phase Governor
    - Add Snappy Compression ZRAM 
    [B]Tuna-Kernel v06[/B]
    - fixed VFS race conditions
    - Instead of 90% of stock voltage, raising to 95% of stock voltage values.
    - Fixed GPU OC to true 384 MHz (Ultimate ONLY)
    - Fixed and enabled Hot-plug governor (governor itself is fine, the fix is in the kernel SMP code in general)
    - Updated cpuidle driver from Linux 3.2.x
    - Updated Mempool from Linux-Next
    - Updated and Enabled cgroup for memory resources from Linux-Next (Ultimate ONLY)
    - Updated and Enabled zcache from Linux 3.2.x
    [B]Tuna-Kernel v05[/B]
    - Patched to kernel.org 3.0.14
    - cpufreq: tweak ondemand defaults
    - block: recursive merge requests
    - block, cfq: fix empty queue crash caused by request merge
    - usb: musb: remove a bit of indentation
    - usb: musb: trivial cleanup
    - usb: musb: fix pm_runtime mismatches
    - usb: musb: fix pm_runtime mismatch
    - cgroups: remove redundant get/put of css_set from css_set_check_fetched()
    - sched: add missing rcu_deref around real_parent
    - sched: mark parent and real_parent as __rcu
    - memcg: simplify LRU handling by new rule
    - memcg: clear pc->mem_cgorup if necessary.
    - memcg: simplify corner case handling of LRU.
    - memcg: add mem_cgroup_replace_page_cache() for fixing LRU issue.
    - memcg: simplify page cache charging.
    - cpufreq: add ondemand two-phase scheduling 
    [B]Tuna-Kernel v04[/B] [SIZE=1][COLOR=red]>> nur für ICS 4.0.1 und 4.0.3 <<[/COLOR][/SIZE]
    - USB Gadget/OTG dual mode support (Mass Storage won't work, but peripherals such as mouse/keyboard will work)
    - OPP4xxx: Add compile time undervolt option
    - Remove ARM sha1 routines
    - lib/sha1: use the git implementation of SHA-1
    - opp4xxx: enable OPPNitro speed bin
    - lib/memcopy: use glibc version
    - lib/string: use glibc version
    - Asynchronous I/O improvement
    - usb/host/echi-dbg: fix stack overflow warning
    - sched: fix nohz idle load balancer issues (part 2)
    - sched: fix nohz idle load balancer issues
    [B]Tuna-Kernel v03[/B] [SIZE=1][COLOR=red]>> nur für ICS 4.0.1 <<[/COLOR][/SIZE]
    - Added CPU Undervolt by creator of SetCPU app coolbho3k
    - Added GPU Overclocking by creator of SetCPU app coolbho3k
    [B]Tuna-Kernel v02[/B] [SIZE=1][COLOR=red]>> nur für ICS 4.0.1 <<[/COLOR][/SIZE]
    - Enabled CIFS+UTF-8
    - Enabled PPP Async support
    - arm: Allow CPU-supported unaligned accesses
    - dm-cache: block level disk cache target for device mapper
    - PM / Sleep: Unify diagnostic messages from device suspend/resume
    - PM / Usermodehelper: Fix freezer failures due to racy usermodehelper_is_disabled()
    - PM / Docs: Recommend the use of [un]lock_system_sleep() over mutex_[un]lock(&pm_mutex)
    - PM / Sleep: Replace mutex_[un]lock(&pm_mutex) with [un]lock_system_sleep()
    - PM / Sleep: Make [un]lock_system_sleep() generic
    - PM: Use the freezer_count() functions in [un]lock_system_sleep() APIs
    - PM / Freezer: Remove the "userspace only" constraint from freezer[_do_not]_count()
    - mm: simplify find_vma_prev
    - vmalloc: Remove static declaration of va from __get_vm_area_node
    - cifs: Use kcalloc instead of kzalloc to allocate array
    - nohz: Remove ts->inidle checks before restarting the tick
    - mm/slqb: replace deprecated function
    - sched/rt: code cleanup, remove a redundant function call
    - ARM: Add optimised swahb32() byteswap helper for v6 and above
    - nfs: writeback pages wait queue
    - block: limit default readahead size for small devices
    - PM / Suspend: Fix bug in suspend statistics update
    - make default readahead size a kernel parameter
    - mm/vmalloc.c: eliminate extra loop in pcpu_get_vm_areas error path
    - PM / Sleep: Remove pm_runtime_suspended() from __pm_generic_call()
    - lockdep: print lock name for lockdep_init_error
    - kernel:sched: LOAD_FREQ (4*HZ+61) avoids loadavg Moire
    - sched: don't call task_group() many times in set_task_rq()
    - partition_sched_domains: Do not destroy old sched domain on cpu_up
    - printk: Don't allow cpu to get console lock during hotplugging
    - cpu-hotplug: Add the function 'cpu_hotplug_inprogress'
    - init/main.c: execute lockdep_init as early as possible
    - CPU hotplug, PM: Remove unused symbol 'suspend_cpu_hotplug'
    - kernel: Set the command name of the idle tasks in SMP kernels v3
    - ARM/mm: drop GFP_COMP for dma_alloc_coherent
    - crc32: expose __crc32c_le to fix compilation error for crc32c
    - crc32: Select an algorithm via kconfig
    - crypto: crc32c should use library implementation
    - crc32: Add self-test code for crc32c
    - crc32: Bolt on crc32c
    - crc32: final
    - crc32: optimize loops for x86
    - crc32: add slicing by 8
    - crc32: add real 8 bit
    - crc32: fix check endian warnings
    - crc32: misc cleanup
    - crc32: add pointer to tab
    - crc32: replace self test
    - crc32: move to documentation
    - crc32: remove trailing whitespace
    - ARM: support XZ compressed kernels
    - compilation: add compiler optimization flags
    - block: introduce the BFQ-v2-r1 I/O sched for 2.6.37
    - block: prepare I/O context code for BFQ
    - patch: add SLQB memory allocator by Nick Piggin
    [B]Tuna-Kernel v01[/B] [SIZE=1][COLOR=red]>> nur für ICS 4.0.1 <<[/COLOR][/SIZE]
    - Initial CAF source baseline from 2011-11-21
    - Merged to kernel.org version 3.0.13
    faux123 >> Kernel-Entwickler
    coolbho3k >> OC/UV
    Nick Piggin >> SLQB memory allocator
    scimitar >> Bereitstellung des Download-Mirror

    Full-Backup mit dem ClockworkMod Recovery erstellen
    (1) in das CMR booten
    (2) backup and restore
    (3) Backup
    (4) warten bis das backup erstellt wurde
    Hinweis: Der Ordner mit den Backupdateien liegt auf der /sdcard im Ordner clockworkmod und heißt clockworkmod/backup/jjjj-mm-dd.hh.mm.ss.

    Kernel Installieren (Erstinstallation und Updates)
    (1) Kernel runterladen und auf /sdcard ablegen
    (2) in das ClockworkMod booten
    (2) wipe cache partition > yes - wipe cache
    (3) advanced > wipe dalvik cache > yes - wipe dalvik cache
    (4) install zip from sdcard > choose zip from sdcard > zip-Datei suchen und auswählen
    (5) warten bis die Installation durch ist
    (6) reboot system now
    Alten Kernel aus dem Backup wieder Installieren
    (1) in das ClockworkMod booten
    (2) wipe cache partition > yes - wipe cache
    (3) advanced > wipe dalvik cache > yes - wipe dalvik cache
    (4) backup and restore > advanced restore > gewünschten Ordner auswählen
    (5) Restore boot wählen > Yes - Restore boot
    (6) warten bis die Installation durch ist
    (7) reboot system now
    Full-Backup wieder zurückspielen
    (1) in das ClockworkMod Recovery booten
    (2) wipe data/factory reset > yes -- delete all user data
    (3) advanced > wipe battery stats > yes - wipe battery stats
    (4) backup and restore > Restore > gewünschtes BackUp wählen
    (5) warten bis die Installation durch ist
    (6) reboot system now
    E N D E - E N D E - E N D E - E N D E

    Zuletzt bearbeitet: 08.05.2012
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  2. Alex.Sikes, 19.12.2011 #2

    Alex.Sikes Threadstarter Android-Lexikon

    ***Weitere Informationen***

    Empfohlene Einstellung vom Entwickler
    My recommendation is running @ the new 1.06 GHz frequency with either Interactive (default) or my Two-phase Ondemand for BEST Battery life EVER!!!!

    CF-Bench Pro
    ROM: AOKP-M1
    Kernel: 3.0.14-tuna-faux123-005+
    CPU/Gov.: 1350MHz/interactive

    Native Score: 12415
    Java Score: 3615
    Overall Score: 7135
    Zuletzt bearbeitet: 13.01.2012
    Michael M. gefällt das.
  3. MonacoGP, 22.12.2011 #3

    MonacoGP Fortgeschrittenes Mitglied

    Gibts denn keinen für Android 4.0.2??

    Gesendet mit der Android-Hilfe.de-App
  4. Alex.Sikes, 22.12.2011 #4

    Alex.Sikes Threadstarter Android-Lexikon

    Nein, gibt es nicht!

    Alle ROM werden auf 4.0.3 umgestellt. Die meisten davon waren eh auf 4.0.1 und gehen jetzt auf 4.0.3. Ich kann den Entwickler also gut verstehen, dass keine Version für 4.0.2 existiert.

  5. MonacoGP, 22.12.2011 #5

    MonacoGP Fortgeschrittenes Mitglied

    Schade, Du schwärmst so davon und ich würde ihn gerne mal probieren. Es gibt ja leider keine Deodexed Stock 4.0.3

    Gesendet mit der Android-Hilfe.de-App
  6. Alex.Sikes, 22.12.2011 #6

    Alex.Sikes Threadstarter Android-Lexikon

    Und was ist das. :D

  7. MonacoGP, 22.12.2011 #7

    MonacoGP Fortgeschrittenes Mitglied

    Das fällt unter die Sparte Custom Rom und es gibt paar Bugs.
    Es ist kein Original Deodexed Stock Rom

    Gesendet mit der Android-Hilfe.de-App
  8. Alex.Sikes, 22.12.2011 #8

    Alex.Sikes Threadstarter Android-Lexikon

    Den Kernel kannst Du auch auf einem ganz normalen ICS, nicht deodexed, installieren.

    Aber mir kommt es so langsam so vor, dass Du das gar nicht wirklich willst. Du suchst einfach nur jemanden, der sich mit Dir jetzt unterhält. :D

  9. joker.20, 22.12.2011 #9

    joker.20 Erfahrener Benutzer

    großartiger kernel super arbeit.

    ich hoffe diesen monat kommt nochmal ein update, bin nämlich sehr gespannt =)
  10. Punisher, 22.12.2011 #10

    Punisher Android-Experte

    Find den Kernel auch klasse! Mit 4.0.3 ne echt gute Akkulaufzeit. 1% über Nacht mit allem an wie sync, wlan 3g usw...

    Battery monitor Widget hat -3mA angezeigt. Daumen hoch der MCK war dagegen fürn Arsch :p
  11. MonacoGP, 22.12.2011 #11

    MonacoGP Fortgeschrittenes Mitglied

    So wirds sein ;)
  12. Wanya, 22.12.2011 #12

    Wanya Fortgeschrittenes Mitglied

    Welche Governor benutzt ihr so bei diesem Kernel? Hab mir Antutu drauf gehauen, als ich die App aufrief war bereits interactive ausgewählt, hab nur noch Apply at Boot angehakt und das wars..welche benutzt ihr, mein akku ist bei aktivität , sprich wenn ich das handy in der Hand habe, am runtergehen, kann ich zuschauen...

    Nachtrag 23.12.11 09:00 Uhr

    Sobald der Screen on ist, zieht es gewaltig am Akku, screen off ist ok, mit WLAN an und sämtlichen Hintergrund Diensten, habe ich 6% verloren über Nacht. Aber sobald ich ne App starte, zb. die Forums App,verliere ich immer 2-3 Prozentpunkte und das bei ein paar Minuten..ist doch nicht normal, was meint ihr?
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  13. scimitar, 23.12.2011 #13

    scimitar Android-Experte

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  14. karlh, 23.12.2011 #14

    karlh Neuer Benutzer

    das ist bei mir auch so! der wahnsinn, ich habe in der akku-statistik mein screen on mit ~60%, rest bei max. 12%... weiß nicht, ob das normal ist. denn wenn ich surfe etc., also das nexus "normal" benutze, dann kann ich der akku anzeige wirklich zusehen, wie sie runter geht.. wenn screen off, habe ich null verbrauch - das gleicht es dann immer wieder aus... aber trotzdem sehr krass. habe tuna kernel 0.0.4 und die aokp b9
    hast du mittlerweile was erreichen können mit anderen governors oder so? oder mal den 0.0.5 beta getestet?
  15. Wanya, 24.12.2011 #15

    Wanya Fortgeschrittenes Mitglied

    das spiegelt exakt meine erfahrung wieder

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  16. Alex.Sikes, 24.12.2011 #16

    Alex.Sikes Threadstarter Android-Lexikon

    Die Tweaks für weniger Akkuverbrauch sind erst in Version 0.0.6 geplant. Steht auch so im zweiten Beitrag.

  17. Alex.Sikes, 24.12.2011 #17

    Alex.Sikes Threadstarter Android-Lexikon

    Es gibt eine neue Version, die aber noch nicht für die Allgemeinheit freigegeben ist.

    Änderungen zu Tuna v0.0.5b3 stehen im Changelog.

    UPDATE vom 27.12.2011: Die Version 005 ist nun für alle freigegeben. Siehe OP.

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  18. Alex.Sikes, 29.12.2011 #18

    Alex.Sikes Threadstarter Android-Lexikon

    Neue Version: Tuna-Kernel v006 Beta Build 5

    Diese Version ist nicht für den täglichen Gebrauch bestimmt. Es handelt sich um ein Beta-Release und steht nur für ICS-4.0.3 zur Verfügung!

    Änderungen in dieser Version bitte dem Changelog im OP entnehmen.


    UPDATE vom 31.12.2011: Die Version 006 ist nun freigegeben. Es gibt jetzt auch "Ultimate Editonen" die auf Schnelligkeit hin optimiert sind.

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  19. meilstone, 31.12.2011 #19

    meilstone Erfahrener Benutzer

    Beziehen sich die battery tweaks nur aufs undervolting oder gibts da noch andere tweaks?
    Wenn nicht hat jemand eine Liste, wo man die mV Werte sehen kann, die standardmäßig mit dem Tuna Kernel kommen?
    Welchen Governor benutzt ihr eigentlich? bei mir ist noch interactive drinne.
    Aber ich finde das bei Gebrauch der Akku schon sehr schnell leer geht.
  20. Lion13, 31.12.2011 #20

    Lion13 Ehrenmitglied

    Der 005er hat in der Tat einen deutlich erhöhten Akkudrain gegenüber 004. Ich würde derzeit einen anderen Kernel (JDkernel oder Leankernel) empfehlen, damit ist der Akkuverbrauch deutlich besser...
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