[OFFICIAL THREAD]KERNEL SpeedMod [K13E] 12 Aprile

Discussione in 'SGS Firmware e Kernel' iniziata da Sconcau84, 4 Febbraio 2011.

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    Principali Features :
    - Basato su Sorgenti Kernel JPX
    - Funziona su tutti i Firmware e ROM con Froyo 2.2 e Froyo 2.2.1
    - Migliora Qualità del Suono
    - Migliora Qualità Video
    - Sblocca 339 MB di RAM
    - Abilita i Tweaks in avvio (avvio più veloce!)
    - Include una versione avanzata dell'Universal Lagfix di sztupy con possibilità di attivare LagFix
    - Include Tweak Luminosità
    - Include Tweak GPS per un migliore Fix e migliore Stabilità
    - Include neldar's BackLightNotification 2.3 (funzione per attivare la luminosità dei tasti a sfioramento per le notifiche)
    - Include una verisione di Sharpness e color Fix (simile a quella Voodoo)
    - Modifica gli HZ per una durata maggiore della batteria e per avere uil sistema più fluido
    - Include i Tweaks Avvio (per un avvio più veloce!)
    - Include Path LowMemoryKiller (quantità di memoria libela prima che il sistema chiuda le applicazioni)

    Guida al Kernel SpeedMod : LINK
    Features Complete : LINK
    Download : LINK




    Ultimi ChangeLog:
    K13E: 12-Apr-2011
    - Voodoo Sound v7
    - Optimization: Disabled CONFIG_UACCESS_WITH_MEMCPY
    - Patched lowmemorykiller to remove potential bug with 2.6.35-kernel-specific code

    K13D: 21-Mar-2011
    - Attempt to fix WiFi error message when turning WiFi on sometimes
    - Kernel modules updated from ZSJPJ kernel
    - Ported fix from ZSJPJ kernel for downloading apps >30MB from Market
    - Default lowmemorykiller minfree changed to 36MB

    K13C: 20-Feb-2011
    - Internal and External SD USB mounts work in Recovery mode
    - Default lowmemorykiller minfree changed to 32MB "new" Samsung default
    - Old 48MB lowmemorykiller minfree settings can be enabled via Tweak (not recommended)
    - Kernel modules updated from XWJS5 kernel
    - Kernel scheduler tweak removed (seems to be more consistent without it)
    - Disabled custom boot sound to make init "cleaner" (can be re-enabled in Tweaks

    K13B: 16-Feb-2011
    - Internal SD USB mount now works in Recovery mode
    - New Android lowmemorykiller tweak: Increases usable RAM by 12MB
    - Voice calls over headphones are louder
    - Minor bug fix to FM Radio sound: High frequencies preserved after notification sounds

    K13A: 8-Feb-2011
    - Neutral / Warm / Cold color option, selectable from Recovery
    - Disable minimum auto-brightness level option, selectable from Recovery

    K12U: 6-Feb-2011
    - Changes to color (less green)
    - O3 compiler optimizations except for sound soc codec
    - Kernel scheduler tweak modified (improves GPS response)

    ChangeLog Completo
    Codice:
    K12T: 1-Feb-2011
    
    - Voodoo Sound v4 + some minor modifications
    - Changes to the way color tweaks is applied
    - Improved sharpness: turned on AMOLED mode in MDNIE
    - Slightly optimized light sensor driver
    
    K12S: 30-Jan-2011
    
    - Added stereo headphone calling support: Voice calls go via normal stereo headphones if attached, otherwise they go via the Earpiece (thanks to xcaliburinhand for some of the patches)
    - Voodoo Sound v3
    - Disabled gamma 1.9 setting, everything uses gamma 2.2 now
    
    K12R: 27-Jan-2011
    
    - Compiled using O2 optimization instead of O3, should be more stable
    
    K12Q: 24-Jan-2011
    
    - Disabled Android debug logger / logcat (can be re-enabled in Tweaks)
    - Disabled all kernel debug messages (printk) for increased efficiency
    - Changed boot logo to I897 logo for AT&T Captivate version
    - Changed /cache to ext4nj in recommended ext4 lagfix to fix large Market downloads
    - Optional IPv6 Privacy support in Tweaks
    - Voodoo Sound v2 compatible
    - Fixed loud notification problem with headphones
    - Fixed popping / clicking noise when music and FM radio is stopped / started
    - Better FM Radio sound:
    - - Really removed the high pass filter and DRC from FM Radio (restores full bass)
    - - Turn on 4FS mode for ADC in FM Radio (smoother high frequencies)
    - - Turn on 128x oversampling for ADC and DAC in FM Radio mode
    - Adjusted volume of FM Radio and Media Playback to be similar
    - General sound quality improvements:
    - - Maximized digital mixer output to improve SNR and resolution
    - - 128x oversampling option in Voodoo Sound enabled by default
    - - Explicitly disable DRC and NG during media playback, if +1.5dB mode is NOT selected
    
    K12P: 19-Jan-2011
    
    - Increased microphone levels for voice calls: +2 from K12O (-2 from stock)
    - Increased earpiece volume for voice calls: +2 from stock
    - Updated some scripts and modules from XWJS3 kernel initramfs
    
    K12O: 17-Jan-2011
    
    - Better auto-brightness tuning and levels
    - Increased microphone levels again
    
    K12N: 15-Jan-2011
    - More balanced auto-brightness tuning, brighter indoors vs K12M
    - Auto-brightness changes in 4 seconds instead of 6 seconds in K12M
    - Lowered voice call and recording microphone levels a bit
    
    K12M: 14-Jan-2011
    
    - Low brightness fix: lower minimum brightness (about 30% lower than stock)
    - Auto-brightness tuning:
    - - Gets brighter faster than stock outdoors
    - - Stays dimmer longer than stock indoors
    - - Brightness levels more evenly spread out
    
    K12L: 13-Jan-2011
    
    - Voodoo Sound v1: FM radio bass fix, controllable headphone output via Voodoo app
    - Improved FM radio sound: removed Dynamic Range Compression
    - Rear speaker volume increased +1 for media
    - Light sensor polling interval changed to 2s instead of 0.5s
      (saves battery, more stable brightness levels)
    - Light sensor sensitivity adjusted so that the screen doesn't turn bright so easily
      (saves battery and reduces screen burn)
    - Adjustments to IO Tweak (super smooth now!)
    - Changed battery level polling interval to 60 seconds, from 5 seconds
    
    K12K: 9-Jan-2011
    
    - Fixed problem where HD video recording stops: reverted to CFQ IO scheduler
    - Headphone output boost for media reduced from +5 to +3
    - Headphone output for FM radio reduced to match media level
    - Earpiece volume for calls increased +1
    
    K12J: 8-Jan-2011
    
    - Compiled using O3 optimizations and ARM compiler mode
    - Updated lowmemorykiller to latest version from Android git
    - Recording sound fix: Decreased mic level for recording and voice calls to fix distortion
    - Playback sound improvement: Increased headphone output level for media playback
    
    K12I: 4-Jan-2011
    
    - /system conversion to ext4 now supported
    - Compiled kernel in -mthumb mode, it makes the phone run smoother
    
    K12H: 31-Dec-2010
    
    - Fixed bug in K12D-G with sound driver where after earphone was used, speaker had no sound
    - Using O2 optimizations again
    
    K12G: 30-Dec-2010
    
    - Using Tiny RCU again, big thanks to Paul McKenney
    - Patched lowmemorykiller to properly support Tiny RCU
    - Improved color
    
    K12F: 28-Dec-2010
    
    - Fixed loop lagfixes
    - More cleanup of startup scripts
    
    K12D: 27-Dec-2010
    
    - BLN (Back Light Notification) updated to 2.3
    - USB mounts backwards compatible with 2.2 ROMs
    - Switched to O3 compiler optimizations
    - Improvements and cleanup to CWM startup scripts
    - Added Tweak to keep /system write-able (not recommended for normal use!)
    
    K12C: 25-Dec-2010
    
    - Removed TINY RCU and reverted to default RCU
    
    K12A: 24-Dec-2010
    
    - Added TUN.KO support for VPN (enable/disable from Tweaks)
    - Removed kernel debug messages from touchscreen and keyboard
    - Removed wifi roam test messages from kernel debug log
    
    K12: 23-Dec-2010
    
    - Kernel built from updated source code from Samsung JPX version.
    
    K11C: 21-Dec-2010
    
    - Updated drivers from XXJPY kernel
    
    K11B: 19-Dec-2010
    
    - Updated drivers from XXJPX kernel
    - Slight updates to CWM
    
    K11A: 17-Dec-2010
    
    - Updated to Codesourcery 2010.09 toolchain
    - Now checks filesystems on Internal and External SD on startup
    - Slight updates to CWM
    
    K10K: 15-Dec-2010
    
    - Factory reset now works with XXJPU Android 2.2.1 firmware
    - Can use recovery 3e from ROM if needed
    - Kies works with XXJPU
    - Updated CWM Backup & Restore menus
    - Using Codesourcery 2010q1 toolchain again
    
    K10J: 12-Dec-2010
    
    - Updated drivers and modules from XXJPU initramfs
    - Changed RAM config to match XXJPU's 339MB
    - Updated kernel scheduler tweak
    - Switched to Codesourcery 2009q3 toolchain
    
    K10I: 8-Dec-2010
    
    - Updated lagfix options menu
    - Changed ext4 / ext3 mount points to be more robust
    - More adjustments to kernel scheduler tweak
    
    K10H: 5-Dec-2010
    
    - More adjustments to kernel scheduler tweak
    - Improved GPS performance with kernel scheduler tweak
    
    K10G: 5-Dec-2010
    
    - Really fixed auto-rotate button problem with kernel scheduler tweak
    - Safer write flush timing in battery tweak and ext3/4 commit mount options
    
    K10F: 4-Dec-2010
    - Fixed auto-rotate button problem with kernel scheduler tweak
    
    K10E: 4-Dec-2010
    - Adjusted kernel scheduler tweak
    
    K10D: 3-Dec-2010
    - Removed laptop_mode from Battery Life tweak
    - UI update in Recovery menu
    
    K10C: 1-Dec-2010
    - Adjusted kernel scheduler tweak
    - Added CIFS support, enable / disable from Recovery menu
    
    K10B: 30-Nov-2010
    - Added Battery Life tweaks: enabled laptop_mode and longer write flush times
    - Tweaked some ext4 /ext3 mount options
    - Improved /system remount and init script support
    
    K10A: 29-Nov-2010
    - Moved ext2 support to kernel module
    - Tweaked some ext4 / ext3 mount options
    
    K10: 28-Nov-2010
    - Supports ext2 / ext3 / ext4 / ext4 no-journal / jfs filesystems
    - Optimized mount options for ext4 / ext3
    - Renamed some of the lagfix schemes to avoid confusion with Voodoo & OCLF
    - Moved extra file system support to kernel modules, freeing up some RAM
    - Better detection of file systems
    - Supports boot-time init scripts in /data/init.d/E* and /data/init.d/S*
    
    K9A: 24-Nov-2010
    - Disabled USB debugging on boot. Improved bootanimation support.
    
    K9: 22-Nov-2010
    - Fixed potential corruption of /system in Universal Lagfix scripts (thanks supercurio!).
    - /system is correctly re-mounted as read-only
    
    K8: 22-Nov-2010
    - ULF 0.4-pre update to fix PIT 513 lagfix problems.
    - Enabled UACCESS_WITH_MEMCPY, TINY_RCU for speed and efficiency.
    
    K7:
    - Fixed battery life problems with different build config.
    
    
     
  2. fauzone
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    Re: [OFFICIAL THREAD] KERNEL e FIRMWARE

    ho installato da un paio di giorni il nuovo kernel k12t e ho notato un incremento della durata della batteria
    per voi è lo stesso o è solo una mia impressione?
     
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    l'ho montato solo ieri e fatto un uso improprio, non saprei ancora dirti.. ma se a te da questa impressione, ben venga no?
     
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    Infatti anche io ho abusato del galaxy e mi ha stupito la durata della batteria.. Spero non sia solo un impressione.. X questo chiedevo..

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    Ennesimo kernel di hardcore SpeedMod Froyo [K12U HPCall VoodooSnd4 SharpnessFix STABLE]
    [spoiler:2rf5ujtb]- O3 compiler optimizations except for soc sound codec. Better color. Modified kernel scheduler tweak. Improved display sharpness using AMOLED processing mode in MDNIE. Support for voice calls through headphones. Voodoo Sound v4.
    Latest features:
    - Compiled using codesourcery 2010.09: Faster and more battery efficient
    - The only properly working Tiny RCU implementation, thanks to Paul McKenney
    - More efficient: Removed debug logging from kernel and Android
    - Most updated version of my Enhanced Universal Lagfix fork with improved stability
    - Full Android 2.2.1 ROM compatibility[/spoiler:2rf5ujtb]
    Downloads: LINK
     
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    montato questa mattina alle 7 :D
     
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    ChangeLog :
    K12U: 6-Feb-2011
    - Changes to color (less green)
    - O3 compiler optimizations except for sound soc codec
    - Kernel scheduler tweak modified (improves GPS response)
     
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    Gli sono rimaste solo poche lettere xD poi sara' k13

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    :shock: :D
     
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    Mi incuriosisce il l ' " improved GPS response " ... Claudio, aspetto un tuo resoconto u.u

    Ps: con tapatalk mi sembra quasi di chattare xD

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    a me sembra che vada tutto bene provato gps provato wi-fi è tutto ok
     
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    Ma a tuo parere il gps fixa meglio?

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    Sempre al meglio questo speedy hardcore! :mrgreen:
     
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    @nosterius
    provalo se vedi che non ti soddisfa torni al k12t ;)
     
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    Provero' :)

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    Immagino si possa montare anche questo senza disattivare lagfix e tweaks?

    Ot:
    Questo tapatalk è na figata

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    Certo che si.

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    Grazie
    Installato.. Vediamo come va...

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    Riguardo al kernel SpeedMod volevo chiedere una cosa:
    Se no c'è su XDA si potrebbe creare una piccola guida dettagliata delle funzioni dei Tweaks, in maniera da comprendere le funzioni e, secondo le proprie esigenze, se attivarli o meno.
    Forse sono l'unico ancora a non essere sicuro se attivarli o meno senza sapere a cosa servono.
    Grazie e ciao
    :D
     
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    Non e' mica una cattiva idea! o_O

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