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ClockworkMod (CWM) Recovery easy install for RK3066 and RK3188 -- TWRP/CWM Flash-Tool and root for RK3288

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CWM-based installers for Kernel repository (Cube U30GT2)
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hi,

 

i've tested a lot of kernels but nothing worked stable on my tablet. (maybe GPU/RAM Overclock or undervolting)

Can you tell me where i can download the DJ kernels?

Is it possible to get a kernel only with cpu overclocked?

 

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Here is a kernel #38 repository: http://www.arctablet.com/users/forum/kernel38_CWM_repository.zip

It contains CWM upgrade packages for several (32) versions of kernel 38, both stock, and, overclocked in all sorts of different ways. The names of the upgrade packages will show the level of overclock (if any).

As usual, use at your own risk.

Installation instructions are in the first post of this thread, which has been updated for this purpose.

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Many thanks DarthJabba!

So i can try it on my tablet and i can see at what state it goes unstable.

 

regards


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CWMKernelUpdatec1800g798d720 works nicely with Vondroid_U30GT2 v1.4b. 

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Been having a play with some of these. My tab doesn't like any OC'ing of the DDR, it hangs up shortly after boot up displaying noise lines on the screen forcing a hard reset.

 

Max OC on the CPU and GPU holding up nicely though Smile

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0012 OC worked wonders for my unit. It's very responsive now even when apps are being updated compared to the 38 OC kernels that I've tried. I get higher frame rates too with the games I play, and I no longer need to use an alternative browser instead of Chrome as Chrome is already working brilliantly too.

 

Eats more battery when the screen brightness is maxxed out though, but meh, with performance being snappy, that's something I can live with.

 

Thanks for sharing!

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I installed the second "38" kernel (T4 designator if I'M not mistaken)based on a comment by DarthJabba.  I really have no words to express my gratitude at the superb work done by DarthJabba collecting and testing, as well to admin for the easier than pie CENTER installer.

I have had always look  at my sister's iPad with a touch of envy for the smoothness of it. NOT anymore!

Everything is amazing now! Thank you!

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@franscal, thanks. Kernel 38 "t4" has excellent performance; but this is possibly at the expense of battery life, and heat. Can you please let me know how things turn out in respect of battery life?

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DarthJabba said
@franscal, thanks. Kernel 38 "t4" has excellent performance; but this is possibly at the expense of battery life, and heat. Can you please let me know how things turn out in respect of battery life?

Absolutely! i do not have the app you mentioned, but will definitely post my comments. I have also just recalibrated the battery, so I'm waiting to deplete completely and then recharge before making any serious measurement. 

 

However, in a very informal way (measured by GSM), I'd say that I'll be reaching about 5 and a half hours of active use, whereas with the stock kernel I used to get between 6 and a half and seven hours.Again, this is an extremely subjective measurement.

 

I do have one question. I saw a previous post stating that he got better results with #12 than he did with #38. I installed the #38 based on your comments, but since I have the 2.06 which came with the #12 kernel, would that be a better choice?

What dis/advantages does the #38 has over #12

 

Edit: never mind about #12, I just read the other thread.

 

Regarding overheating, I did at first use ( for about half an hour perhaps ) noticed it heating way above normal. Then it appeared to stabilize. When charging it did not showed any overheating (obviously I was not using it, I found out about the tablet heating while charging if using it a long time ago). Now, it DOES get warmer than with the stock kernel (again, obvious) but in my non technical point of view, it doesn't seems to be a mayor point of concern, since, for instance, it never reaches the temps I used to get while playin dead trobger with the stock kernel.

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DarthJabba said
@franscal, thanks. Kernel 38 "t4" has excellent performance; but this is possibly at the expense of battery life, and heat. Can you please let me know how things turn out in respect of battery life?

 

I do apologize for making an complete ass out of myself!

Where do I find the Kernel 38 "t4" that you are talking about in the Zipped repository?

All I see is zip files with similar names and nothing that looks like "t4".

And yes, I did extract the zips, to no avail.

 

Please enlighten me!

 

Thanks in advance!

// Ohamn

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Hi DJ

 

what means 1800t1, t4, t8

 

thx

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@validatus: what means 1800t1, t4, t8

 

See the link in my post 42 above.

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