Dropped Kernels

This post is just to announce that I’m dropping support for the G Watch R and the Moto X 2014. As for the former, it’s been a while since I changed to the Huawei Watch and sold my GWR so I really can’t ensure stability especially with the latest releases and that’s unacceptable for me. As for the latter, it’s kernel is still based on Linux 3.4 so I’m reeeeeaaaally feeling it’s age when it comes to optimization not to mention that it’s not my daily driver anymore since I bought the OnePlus 3 which I’ll be releasing a kernel for soon. Anyways, thanks for all the support even after I quit XDA! Hopefully we’ll meet each other on one of the devices I still do support. :p

Update Finally!

Although I’m still on a busy schedule, I’ve uploaded my most stable kernels yet yesterday! How do I say they’re my most stable? Because I’ve been using their codebases on my devices without modification for at least a month! I only recompiled them yesterday for upload so better get it!

Changes:

  • Imported some changes from upstream with regards to how GCC versions compile the kernel code to prevent wrong compilation assumptions

Kernel Updates!

Another round of stability updates! Finally fixed the Nexus 7 2013 sensor bug…I hope… :p Btw, devices updated are Huawei Watch, Nexus 7 2013 and Moto X 2014. πŸ™‚

Massive Kernel Releases!

Just finished uploading a huge bunch of kernel for ALL my supported devices! This includes the G Watch R, by the way! πŸ™‚ Unfortunately, the G Watch R Marshmallow suffers from the same problem as the Huawei Watch so only single version for now. πŸ™ I already have plans to address this though so no worries…although time is a bit of a problem. :p

Common Changes:

  • memory leak fixes

3.10 Kernels:

  • added EXT4 performance patches from Linux-Next

Watches:

  • single core versions only
  • G Watch R currently has no F2FS support so beware if you converted your cache or data partitions

Kernel Updates!

Just finished updating the Moto X 2014 kernel with the new updates from AOSP! These latest ones theoretically should improve responsiveness of the phone. (theoretical since I just applied them and have no experience to show for it :p ) As for the other devices, I’m still waiting for ALL the code to drop (Huawei’s still missing :/ ) so just hang in there! πŸ™‚

Moto X 2014 and Nexus 7 2013 Kernel Updates

I just released my first Moto X 2014 kernel which you can find by following the click on the menu above! Changes are detailed there as well. Also, the Nexus 7 2013 has been synced with it so both will have approximately the same changes applied. πŸ™‚