Wildmonks kernel

This is a discussion on Wildmonks kernel within the Nexus One Development & Hacking forums, part of the Nexus One category; There's a 'custom' as well... which i don't know what it's for lol...

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    There's a 'custom' as well... which i don't know what it's for lol

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    Hey Guys,

    I wanted to try the latest Wildmonk Kernel,

    So I downloaded it and flashed away.

    I now have,

    2.6.35.4 950mV-CFS-SVS-AIX-720P-NoAB-1228Mhz.

    Let you guys know after a few days,

    Thanks,

    Gezza.

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    Cool, let us know if you can actually run it at 1228 without it locking up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Floogle View Post
    Cool, let us know if you can actually run it at 1228 without it locking up!
    LOL I'm using the same kernel and I don't dare push it past 1152! I have heard of mixed results at 1190 though, but I don't want to deal with the phone locking up. I need it to be reliable.

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    Big warning,

    Do not, I repeat Do not go past 1190mhz.

    I did it once, I put mine on 1228mhz.

    The phone freezes and reboots, then freezes and then reboots.

    I will never go past 1190mhz again.

    Thanks,

    Gezza.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gezza View Post
    Big warning,

    Do not, I repeat Do not go past 1190mhz.

    I did it once, I put mine on 1228mhz.

    The phone freezes and reboots, then freezes and then reboots.

    I will never go past 1190mhz again.

    Thanks,

    Gezza.
    Def Good advice. Its been stated many times here but it never hurts to say it again.
    [PHONE] Nexus 4

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    Hey Slicebergslim,

    What is the difference between - SVS and CFS?

    Thanks,

    Gezza

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    Doesn't matter,

    I have - 2.6.35.4-950mV-CFS-SVS-AIX-720P-NoAB-1228MHz.

    Not sure if this is the one yet, a few issues, nothing major.

    It does test higher, all my tests results are higher, but only at 1190MHz.

    One test freezes at 1190MHz so not sure what to make of that.

    I will try recording a video latter to see what I get.

    Thanks,

    Gezza

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    Quote Originally Posted by gezza View Post
    Hey Slicebergslim,

    What is the difference between - SVS and CFS?

    Thanks,

    Gezza
    Grabbed this from the Wildmonks Thread

    -What's the difference between CFS and BFS?
    See this short post for the difference between Completely Fair Scheduler and Brain F*** Scheduler. In summery, CFS is better for multitasking, BFS is better for user interactions (keyboard, homescreen swiping, etc).

    -What's the difference between 800mV vs 925mV?
    Its the minimum amount of voltage that is feed into the CPU whenever possible. 800mV can potentially save you more battery power but some phones experience odd behavior like constant radio band switching, picture taking issues, and standby/sleep problems. Some phones just can't function normally with only 800mV (like mine). Try both and see which one is best for your phone.
    BTW: The max voltage is set at 1275MHz @1113MHz for these kernels.

    -What's the difference between SVS and AVS?
    Static Voltage Scaling will change the voltage based on a set table created by the kernel maker. Example: At a certain speed, say 245MHz, 925mV is feed into the CPU. At 998MHz, 1225mV is used.
    Adaptive Voltage Scaling will change the voltage depending on temperature and CPU needs. As of this time, AVS is considered unstable.

    -What is this "No Audio Boost Version"?
    Many of the custom kernels posted in this forum and the kernels used by default in the CM6 roms have this feature where it increases the loudness of the speakers during calls. Its been reported that some bluetooth headsets are overly sensitive to the increased loudness and some have reported that it distorts the audio quality even though volume has been lowered by the user. Due to an overwhelming request to make a kernel without this feature, I have included a separate set with each release that does not boost the volume.
    [PHONE] Nexus 4

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    So i went big as well and downloaded 2.6.35.4-950mV-CFS-SVS-AIX-720P-1228MHz.

    SetCPU is at 1152MHz not going to try my luck by going 1190MHz or over right now.. CFS is definitely better than BFS.

    I was on BFS 1113MHz Kernel from Wildmonks and BFS was just ehh and skippy... Scrolling the App Drawer wasn't smooth, keyboard input was weird it was fast but not smooth input and home screen swiping had a weird split second skip.

    Ah well the new kernel works a charm.

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