Update (the filename has not changed. please re-download and re-flash):
-tegra: increase voltages
[Preview] – 184.108.40.206 – OC-VFP_FP 1.4GHZ – Galaxy Tab 10.1
This is a preview of what I have been working on. There is more to do, so am making this a preview until I have some other things smoothened out and other things honed down.
I will post an extensive changelog and add to RM after the upload to github completes.
-use GT-P7510 source from opensource.samsung.com and supplied defconfig, as a base
-merged up to kernel.org’s, 220.127.116.11
-oc to 1.4GHZ @ 1.200
-same optimisations as gtab-2632 (-O1, cortex/vfp/fp optimisations via CodeSourcery 2009-q1)
-merged in various changes from gtab-2632, vision-2635, AOSP and kernel.org
-Autogroup (session), various ERRATAS, BFQ I/O scheduler
Flash in recovery.
Download the latest SetCPU:
Launch it, accept root allowance and select autodetect.
Select ondemand for governor.
If you want to bench, it is advised that you set min/max to the same number.
Please let me know if there are any issues. Please report all issues with a log in hand (/proc/last_kmsg (if there is a reboot) and/or dmesg).
-The governor may reset back to conservative (default), when using ondemand, after wakeup. This will be investigated.
-Fired up File Expert, turned on FTPd, began transferring a couple of roms over to it (legally owned, of course). HARD LOCK, REBOOT.
kernel + wifi:
boot-cm_2636.4-oc-xtra-vfp_fp-062311.zip (http://droidbasement NULL.com/galaxy/kernels/2636/preview/boot-cm_2636 NULL.4-oc-xtra-vfp_fp-062311 NULL.zip)
modules (cifs only for right now):
lib-2636.4.tar.gz (http://droidbasement NULL.com/galaxy/kernels/2636/preview/lib-2636 NULL.4 NULL.tar NULL.gz)