Saturday, November 05, 2011

Semaphore get updated again JVT 1.9.0

Installing this means your I9000 will be rooted. Superuser installed.

Semaphore JVT 1.9.0 (23/11/2011)
- cpu frequency transition latency 10000
- restore DVFS locks introduced on newmail's patch
- fixed clean busybox script
- minor updates to scripts

 
Semaphore JVT 1.8.2
- fixed smartassV2 issue when overclocking
- script ordering

Download here:

Semaphore JVT 1.9.0
Semaphore JVT 1.8.2
Semaphore JVT 1.8.2bm (breaks 720 video recording)

Install via ODIN v1.3 OR ODIN v1.8.2

Note: Remember to set your phone in Download Mode before connect the USB


Note: uv 25mv for 1200 mhz works perfect.

Features

- Voodoo Sound v10
- Voodoo Color
- OC/UV (1200MHz, 1300MHz)
- BLN
- Speedmod color fix
- Patched with the latest Samsung kernel sources.
- JVT initramfs
- compiled with Linaro GCC 4.6 toolchain
- O3 and other compiler optimizations
- 336 MB available RAM (352 bigmem versions - it breaks 720 video recording)
- Reworked cpufreq driver. cpu states 100-200-400-800-1000/1200/1300.
- Bundled with Semaphore Script Manager to v0.51
- Superuser application v3.0.6
- su binary v3.0.3
- Governor ondemand (default)
- Governor conservative (module)
- Governor smartassV2 (module)
- Noop I/O scheduler (default)
- Deadline I/O Scheduler (module)
- Simple I/O Scheduler (module)
- Netfilter (iptables) as modules
- CIFS as module
- TUN as module
- Logcat disabled (as module only)
- cpufreq statistics as module (is loaded by default)
- Standard network packet scheduler
- Kernel log buffer size 4KB (from 128KB)
- deleting boot sounds procedure creates backup on /data/local
- increase light sensor polling to 1s
- Battery polling to 60 seconds
- jhash3
- No debug info
- TinyRCU
- HZ=256
- CPU frequency on stock music player when screen off to 400 MHz
- /system/etc/init.d directory creation if not exist
- Custom boot animation
- HM.Cardide's Addon scripts.
- VM dirty chainfire's tweak as script
- Kernel scheduler tweak as script
- noatime chainfire's tweak by default
- OC test scripts to 1200MHz, 1300MHz (Script Manager)
- Script to change /cache to virtual 50MB (in case you want to download apps > 30MB from Market)
Make sure to disable this option before convert to ext4. You may enable this after the conversion


Run Semaphore Script Manager to configure [optional]
Overclocking: 1200
Governors: SmartassV2
Netfilter ON for tethering

Overclocking: 1200


Result: Smoother and still most stable and good battery life.

Continue reading here

18 comments:

  1. Anonymous6:03 PM

    mana link nye pok cik??

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  2. tq. bagitau....link updated

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  3. this kernel rocks! sye guna ondemand+noop je... dh try smartassv2+sio xbrape smooth home transition n else... i dunno why =S ondemand+sio pn serupa... bro guna setting yg mna?

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  4. see screen above for my current setting.. try to overclock and see the battery life.. if shorter battery life will revert back to normal.. 1000

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  5. I'm with JVT stock + EXT4 + Semaphore 1.8.2bm.

    I've been using it since publication. Very stable and fast.

    I'm OC @ 1200, battery life is "unbelievable" long :).

    I recommend it to everyone.

    Great work with the blog pal, go on!

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  6. thanks. might try to convert to ext4

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  7. bryant12:59 AM

    If oc..will it hurt the battery?

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  8. is stock dpi 240?if not, how to change in semaphore?

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  9. Oc of course will required more battery...

    Aiman: you are on gingerbread.just load semaphore via odin as above.

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  10. Anonymous4:43 PM

    I've been using 2.3.5 JVT stock + the 1.8.2 semaphore kernel and I'm very satisfied with the results. Coming from 2.3.3 + the Vodafone customizations, I can say the that the difference is significant in terms of responsiveness and stability. Thank you for your work!

    There is, however, a small quirk: whenever I turn off the screen using the power button the whole screen first gets green and then it turns off. It's just for a fraction of a second, but it's noticeable. I don't know if this comes from JVT or from the semaphore kernel, though.

    Have you noticed this? Do you know what could cause this?

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  11. Anonymous4:49 PM

    Oh, I've found the question in the Semaphore FAQ:

    http://www.semaphore.gr/faq
    --
    Q: When the screen goes off, a green flash appears. What is wrong?

    A: This is a side effect of Voodoo Color. As a workaround, try to reset to default the settings related to color in Voodoo Control application or increase the gamma values.
    --

    I'll play with Voodoo Control, let's see.

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  12. Anonymous5:12 PM

    I can confirm that tweaking the gamma values eliminates the green flashing (0,0,0 -- 2.3.3 defaults). However I prefer the Voodoo defaults (-14,-17,-18). So here's the dilemma.

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  13. Seng Wai2:36 PM

    complete flash of this JVT 1.9.0
    configure to 1300Mhz + EXT4 + Virtual Cache 50MB

    previously on JVS 1.7.5 with 1200Mhz + EXT4
    (superb performance but bad battery life)
    I have to use JuiceDefender to stay for whole day.

    Now i uninstall Juicedefender and check how long it can last.

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  14. Seng Wai3:00 PM

    keep crashing if use 1300Mhz...

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  15. With lagfix enable.OC not required.
    OC will always eating your battery.

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  16. Anonymous2:14 AM

    I am using the CF-Root and changed to ext4 on my i9000. When flashing this, should I change back to rfs first? And does it overwrite everything including my data?

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