[Jelly Bean] *26.09.13* Apolo JB 4.11

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Hi,

hier möchte ich euch einen relativ neuen Kernel auf Basis des Speedmod vorstellen - den Apolo :)

---> Keine Brick Bug Gefahr!
---> BLN / BLNWW wird unterstützt!
---> Slide 2 Wake!
---> Alles einfach über die Apolo App konfigurierbar :)

---> Weder ich noch Android-Port übernehmen irgendwelche Haftung für evtl. Schäden! Flashen auf eigene Gefahr!


Aktuelle Version: 4.11


Changelog:

Apolo 4.11

- zzmoove updated to 0.7d
- Backup and restore Android_secure fixed

Apolo 4.10
(Final version)


- Added brightness curve interface (credits to gokhanmoral) It will be necessary to use new Apolo Configurator 4.0 to configure the brightness curve (available in Google Play).
- Exfat support in kernel and recoverys (CWM and TWRP)
- TWRP recovery updated to 2.6.1 (thx to the TWRP team)
- zzmoove updated to version 0.7c.(thx ZaneZam)
- su and supersu updated (thx chainfire)

Apolo Configurator 4.0

- Added a new tab to configure the brightnes curve.
- Version of Apolo kernel is showed in the Menu.
- Now you can configure up to 40 parameters of the gobernor
- Spanish leftovers remove
- Bugs fixed

Apolo 4.9


- Slightly change in brightness levels (automatic brightness higher than 4.8)
- Wifi drivers updated (latest S4) thx dorimanx
- Pegasusq , sampling time set to 50000, instead 100000 (improvement listening music with bluetooth)
- Try to solve issue of charging animation with phone off (will see if it works)
- zzmoove updated to 0.6 and tweaked thx ZaneZam
- sio scheduler updated
- su, supersu updated
- Revert USB charging values to 450 mA by default (safety measure). Added charging interface, so in the next release of Apolo configurator you will be able to change it.


Apolo 4.8


- Bilingual CWM recovery(Spanish-English). Default: English (you can change language in Extras Apolo)
- Fixed toggle ctr-off in CWM recovery
- Default backup format set to tar in CWM
- Updated TWRP recovery to version 2.5 (Thx Jeboo for sources). Added Preload support.
- Two new minimum brightness levels in manual mode (lower than stock)
- Fixed init.d. Now kernel considers all scripts in /system/etc/init.d
- Fixed BLN test in Configurator
- Current for USB charging to 650 mA (same as wall charger) Thanks to Zytrel, I forgot to mention it

CWM version is 4.8b (4.8 had little bugs)
Fixed:
- "Volver" text in English is gone
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- EFS backup and restore (I hope so)
- BLN test


Apolo JB 4.7

- New Wifi Drivers from S4 (Thx dorimanx and codeworks)
- Added I/O Scheduler row (Thx Jeboo)


Apolo JB 4.6

- Revert Linaro toolchain compiler to GCC 4.6.3
- New governor interactivex (thx dorimanx)
- New governor zzmoove tweaked by pedestre (I recommend this governor, it's great)
- Fixed bug flashing from recovery updates with Assert instruction (for instance modem zips)
- Updated su and supersu
- Fix Touchscreen Choppy using MXT224E chip(thx kgp700)
- New Apolo Configurator 3.2 (useful for activating and scheduling BLN and BLNWW, selecting governors and schedulers and much more ...). You can find it free in Google Play


Apolo JB 4.5

- New interface with BLNWW, leds timeout and brightness and Slide to Wake (All the credits for gokhanmoral)
- New governor Intellidemand (thx dorimanx)
- New Apolo Configurator 3.0 (useful for activating BLN and BLNWW and much more ...). You can find it in Google Play free


Apolo JB 4.4

- New Linaro compiler 4.73
- LTO (Link Time Optimization) for ARM enabled (compiled should be faster and smaller)
- CrossBreeder support. I’ve added in kernel an additional entropy generator (frandom). This module is used by CrossBreeder instead the default one (it should be faster). You need to install CrossBreeder mod in recovery to take advantage of it. There is a thread in xda about this mod : here. It improves the performance (specially lag)
- Security fix by Hardcore (UNAME26)
- Remove some extra debugging


Code:
This kernel is mainly based in hardcore work (thank you to Hardcore  for his great contributions). I have added undervolting (kind of phenomenal) and some additional features.

- TWRP recovery (thanks to Jeboo). If you understand Spanish I recommend the CWM versión (this a personal touch CWM recovery)
- No logs, no extra debugging
- install su, supersu. Support init.d and cifs (scripts in init.d must be named starting with an S)
- MDNIE Sharpness by Hardcore
- Ondemand Tweaked by Hardcore
- Added some governors (specially tweaked slp and zzmoove)
- Scheduler changing enabled
- BLN enable (Since Apolo 4.5 BLNWW too)
- CRT-OFF enable
- Effective Underclock (max frequency limited)
- UV Interface for ARM (you can change voltages in ARM with external aplications)
- Kernel Includes frandom for using with CrossBreeder (I really recomend it, Thx idcrisis)
- No Overclock and no different CPU-GPU steps from stock

Es gibt 5 Versionen mit unterschiedlichem Undervolting:

- Light (Stock voltages)
- Regular (-50mV)
- Extreme (3 Versionen)

Regular und Extreme haben -50mv GPU Undervolting
(Bus, Memory und Video Controller ebenfalls)
Die Light Version hat Stock GPU Spannungen.

Es wird empfohlen zuerst die reguläre Version zu nutzen. Wenn nach ein paar Tagen nutzen keine Probleme auftreten (FCs, Reboots etc.) kann eine andere ausprobiert werden.

Detaillierte Infos zu den Spannungen:

Für jede Frequenz gibt es 8 verschiedene Spannungen (Steps). In ICS hat das System immer den 4. Step gewählt.
Seit JB wählt das System in Abhängigkeit der internen und ARM Spannungen zwischen verschiedenen Steps, die im Kernel definiert sind, und versucht dabei die optimalen Steps zu wählen, bei denen das System stabil bleibt.
Es ist daher also nicht verwunderlich, das der Configurator bei der gleichen Kernelversion, jedoch verschiedenen Geräten, unterschiedliche Spannungswerte anzeigt.

Spannungstabelle PDF Spanisch!


Wichtige Links:

Original Thread @ xda
Downloads @ Wuala (Mirror @ Google Drive)
[DLMURL="https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.pedestre.confapolo"]Apolo Configurator @ Play Store[/DLMURL]


Screenshots Apolo Configurator:

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Ich selber nutze den Kernel seit geraumer Zeit mit der ASNET Miui, gefühlsmäßig läuft das System länger ist mit dem Stock Kernel. Aber das ist natürlich subjektiv ;)

Happy Flashing ^_^

Gruß

Andi
 

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