New Kernel OC-UV-BTN-AUD-RAM-VFP_FP

This is a discussion on New Kernel OC-UV-BTN-AUD-RAM-VFP_FP within the Nexus One Development & Hacking forums, part of the Nexus One category; Originally Posted by Imsohungry Whats good about this one? This will be my first kernel flashing. Sent from my iPhone 4G This kernel is Optimized ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Imsohungry View Post
    Whats good about this one? This will be my first kernel flashing.

    Sent from my iPhone 4G
    This kernel is Optimized for Cyanogen 5.0.6
    [PHONE] Nexus 4

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    Re: New Kernel OC-UV-BTN-AUD-RAM-VFP_FP

    This kernel is Optimized for Cyanogen 5.0.6
    That I know, I was curious what the acronyms were for and what were the benefits of each, sorry for asking so much.

    Sent from my iPhone 4G

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    Quote Originally Posted by Imsohungry View Post
    This kernel is Optimized for Cyanogen 5.0.6
    That I know, I was curious what the acronyms were for and what were the benefits of each, sorry for asking so much.

    Sent from my iPhone 4G
    This information was obtained by using the Search Button on XDA. Give it a Try!

    OC = Overclocked
    UV = Undervolted
    btn = capacitative buttons area mod
    aud = audio boost (in-call)
    xtra - some more cgroup options (debug disabled), v4 block device + data integrity support, namespaces support (excluding network), 3d register driver, 3 erratas applied, deadline i/o scheduler.
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    seems like I'm flashing a new kernel every day!
    Radio: 20100203_2 (EPE54B)
    Recovery: RA-nexus-v1.7.0 CM Version
    Rom: CyanogenMod v5.0.6
    Kernel: Pershoot's 2.6.33.3 OC/UV/BTN
    /AUD/RAM/VFPv3 (042610)
    OC mgmt: SetCPU 1.51a
    Theme: none right now...

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    hhahaha im waiting a little.... but i think the last one is a major update.... it changes from 2.6.33.2 to 2.6.33.3



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    honestly im starting to think that all these kernels do is a placibo effect...ive switched between about 3 and i have never gained better battery life than stock. im currently on cm 5.0.6 and able to go anywehre between 15h-26h with about 1:30h talk time, 1:30h overall of screen being on for apps, settings and web browsing, 2 emails synching every 30 min, gtalk, bluetooth, and some game playing.
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    These updates are not major. Jus tweaks. You will not notice much of a difference between them.

    BTW...it was updated again yesterday I believe.
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    Man IMO this newest kernel is the best yet. Only been running it for a few days but battery life def seems better. Also im using the new wifi .ko file with no problems whatsoever
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    Quote Originally Posted by SliceBurgSlim View Post
    Man IMO this newest kernel is the best yet. Only been running it for a few days but battery life def seems better. Also im using the new wifi .ko file with no problems whatsoever

    I just flashed this kernel for the first time and now my WIFI isn't working...what gives?

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