Kernel – – OC-UV-VFP_FP (1.400GHZ) – Gtab/Zpad

Update (04/25; the filename has not changed. please re-download and reflash):
-tegra: allocate more luns


-cpufreq: add atomic hotplug_policy, and policy NR_CPU check to on/off hotplug.
-cpufreq: exposed hardcoded scaling_available_frequencies
-common: dfs: always make 912MHZ the max scaling clock

You will now be able to use CPU Settings within CyanogenMod Settings to adjust frequencies, or SetCPU -> auto.
If you were using SetCPU prior, with ‘custom’ and this kernel set, please go to device selection and select auto. Please delete the custom setcpu file on your filesystem:

adb shell rm /data/local/setcpu

The max scaling clock is set to 912MHZ on boot. If you are not planning on using SetCPU or cpufreq sysfs or CMParts to adjust your clocks, and you would like to run at max 1GHZ, do this for your specific device:

adb shell
cd /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq
echo 1000000 >scaling_max_freq

Alternatively, you can create an init.d script (on boot) and/or a gscript (manual click) to do this for you.


In order for UMS (USB mount) to work on Gingerbread, this must be reverted:

If you are using any of the external modules, please download them fresh and re-push them in to place.

-If you are on the stock rom/stock’ish rom (froyo), set your wifi to never sleep.
-At sleep, if you have the USB cable plugged in and find that you cannot wake the device, unplug, and press power to wake (this is more prevalent on the stock/stock’ish rom).

Known Issues:
-warning from sysfs group for cpufreq, manage irq and nvec release
-unable to see ondemand and interactive governor choices in sysfs cpufreq governors list
-When waking up from standby/sleep, the clock in the status bar will change when RTC changes in the next minute (stock rom).
-If your BT Audio device does not work with the the stack that comes within your ROM, no audio will be sent to your device, and once you disconnect, you will need to plug in a 3.5mm jack and unplug to get audio back.
**Devices that don’t work: Jabbra.
**Devices that do work: Parrot audio, Jawbone, Nokia BH-905.

Things to do:
-clean up the barrage of warnings from TapnTap/Viewsonic’s patch


-XTRA contains:
*ondemand governor default
*BFQ I/O Scheduler
*namespaces support (excluding network)
*v4 block device and data integrity support
*Tegra NvEC embedded controller driver
*erratas 430973, 458693 and 460075 applied

ViewSonic Gtab/Malata Zpad (Froyo):

lib-2632.39.tar.gz (kernel modules)
Download: lib-2632.39.tar.gz

ViewSonic Gtab/Malata Zpad (Gingerbread):

lib-2632.39_gb.tar.gz (kernel modules)
Download: lib-2632.39_gb.tar.gz

Note (from proengin for Malata Zpad):
You should be on CWM0.8 (bekit)
The bootloader.bin must match CWM0.8 (bekit)

Malata Zpad [New Bootloader] (Froyo):

lib-2632.39.tar.gz (kernel modules)
Download: lib-2632.39.tar.gz

Malata Zpad [New Bootloader] (Gingerbread):

lib-2632.39_gb.tar.gz (kernel modules)
Download: lib-2632.39_gb.tar.gz




Flash the .zip through recovery

To use one of the kernel modules:
Pull the one you want from lib-2632.39.tar.gz (winrar can open this),
adb remount
adb push MODULE.ko /system/lib/modules/
adb shell chmod 644 /system/lib/modules/
adb shell insmod /system/lib/modules/

You can download gscript lite from the Market, and put the insmod line in there, and tap when you want to insert it and use its functionality.

-Install the latest SetCPU (2.11a is current) from the market and/or XDA (
-Select auto
-If using CM7, then you can use the included CPU Settings within CyanogenMod Settings.

Be aware, that if you leave it pinned to max, hammering it, it will get warm/warmer then your used to at 1GHZ, pinned.
It is advised not to select any of the 2 governor’s listed (but, at the very least, not performance).
It is advised to keep your min value at 216.

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