Author Topic: S7800B SUPERCHARGED v2.2.1 - [Fixed]OC[Reparted]Ext2Int[CWM]MrktFix 2013/12/27  (Read 239548 times)

TANworks™ (OP)

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Re: S7800B SUPERCHARGED v2.0 / OC / Reparted / Ext2Int / CWM / MrktFix
« Reply #40 on: December 14, 2013, 05:00:21 pm »
Any comment on how to fix the USB OTG?

I will look into it and report back.
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« Reply #41 on: December 14, 2013, 06:47:27 pm »
to confirm none of the overclocked kernels worked expcetp the stock one.

But the stock one goes to 1400 not higher it says it's 1600 maximun but can't reach that speed with set cpu though

Can you show me a snapshot of SetCPU and Kernel Tuner ?

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« Reply #42 on: December 14, 2013, 07:02:43 pm »
http://i42.tinypic.com/2q9c8jb.jpg attachments not working at the moment
Any changes before I add text etc?

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« Reply #43 on: December 14, 2013, 07:20:16 pm »
You seriously liked the original stock one ? Really ??
It's not that I liked it, but it was silly to let the name "Battlefield 3" appear in the intro of a device that does not have that game. :P If the video had been cut just before the logo appeared, it'd be no problem.

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« Reply #44 on: December 14, 2013, 07:35:17 pm »
Just one more confirmation.

Device: JXD S7800B
Store: GeekBuying.com

CPU Locked at 1200 even after updating the kernel.

/proc/cpuinfo
Code: [Select]
Processor : ARMv7 Processor rev 0 (v7l)
processor : 0
BogoMIPS : 2399.21

processor : 1
BogoMIPS : 2399.21

processor : 2
BogoMIPS : 2399.21

processor : 3
BogoMIPS : 2399.21

Features : swp half thumb fastmult vfp edsp neon vfpv3
CPU implementer : 0x41
CPU architecture: 7
CPU variant : 0x3
CPU part : 0xc09
CPU revision : 0

Hardware : RK30board
Revision : 0000
Serial : 0000000000000000

/proc/kmsg: http://pastebin.com/L6FL9AH6

Let me know if any other information I can provide would be usefull in determining why those of us getting devices from GeekBuying are having issues.

It's possible these are clones but if so they are of damn good quality.

melcrose

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« Reply #45 on: December 14, 2013, 07:50:38 pm »
Mr TEA! HERMERGERD! AMAZING! LOVE IT! WOW! (good job!) :)

Peibal

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« Reply #46 on: December 14, 2013, 07:52:26 pm »
to confirm none of the overclocked kernels worked expcetp the stock one.

But the stock one goes to 1400 not higher it says it's 1600 maximun but can't reach that speed with set cpu though

Can you show me a snapshot of SetCPU and Kernel Tuner ?

This is a serious matter...
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sorry for the bad pics but I'm hurry right now, what is also weird is that with this config mortal kombat 2 and nba jam in mame via retroarch usually goes slow, but I've received a msn several times saying something about super user overcloking and after this msn those games ran flawless with the same config 1400-1400 ondemand

Kingzak34 seems to have the same max with stock at 1400
« Last Edit: December 14, 2013, 08:03:23 pm by Peibal »

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« Reply #47 on: December 14, 2013, 08:30:45 pm »
Mine stuck on 1200.

Peibal

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« Reply #48 on: December 14, 2013, 08:35:31 pm »
If you switch to stock 1.14 you can go to 1400 or if you prefer you prefer upgrade to  supercharged 2.0 and use the stock kernel, but i don't recommend you if you use usb otg mine didn't work with this upgrade

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« Reply #49 on: December 14, 2013, 08:43:25 pm »

Anything needs changed let me know.

TANworks™ (OP)

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« Reply #50 on: December 14, 2013, 09:28:46 pm »
I've reviewed your log... And I did find something disturbing... The following was reported:

175.<6>[    1.011826] PMU: registered new PMU device of type 0
176.<4>[    1.012021] DVFS MSG: core: dvfs_adjust_table_lmtvolt get leakage_level = 2
177.<4>[    1.012080]               adjust table freq=1800000 KHz, index=1375000 mV to index=1350000 mV
178.<4>[    1.012149] DVFS MSG: aclk_gpu: dvfs_adjust_table_lmtvolt get leakage_level = 2
179.<4>[    1.013063] cpufreq: delete arm freq(1608000)
180.<4>[    1.013105] cpufreq: delete arm freq(1800000)
181.<4>[    1.051133] rk3188 cpufreq version 2.1, suspend freq 1200 MHz

It seems during boot up, the system checks for any instability as a result of using higher voltage values to support increased CPU speeds. Your voltage leakage level is 2, mine is 0. As a result, upon booting up, your system seems to delete frequencies 1,608 Mhz & 1,800 Mhz due to stability issues and then forces to lock on 1,200 Mhz...

I will need to take a closer look at this. I have never seen anything like this before. I believe it has got to do with the ACT8846 which is built into the rockchip SOC. I'll have more on this once I do my tests.

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IceBerg

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« Reply #51 on: December 14, 2013, 09:45:40 pm »

Anything needs changed let me know.

No, that is sexxy!  I like!  Maybe we can get that into the 2.0.1?

Kingzak34

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« Reply #52 on: December 14, 2013, 10:11:57 pm »
Any comment on how to fix the USB OTG?
Use 3rd party app like USB OTG Helper
Tried it. USB OTG Helper recognizes the connection of the drive and reports that it has mounted it, but using file\root explorer tells me the drive isn't mounted.
I've got a feeling that the path that it's pointing to has changed due to the changes in microSD and internal memory, so the explorers are leading me to a blank port.

Look at /storage/otg drive ( dont remember well, it says where it mounts ). I works for me.

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« Reply #53 on: December 14, 2013, 10:38:07 pm »
Look at /storage/otg drive ( dont remember well, it says where it mounts ). I works for me.
Tried it, it works and everything is there, so kudos.
Problem is that in the regular file explorer, the USB drive isn't detected. Does anyone know how to bind it to that folder? I don't even know its path.

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« Reply #54 on: December 14, 2013, 11:01:01 pm »
I've reviewed your log... And I did find something disturbing... The following was reported:

175.<6>[    1.011826] PMU: registered new PMU device of type 0
176.<4>[    1.012021] DVFS MSG: core: dvfs_adjust_table_lmtvolt get leakage_level = 2
177.<4>[    1.012080]               adjust table freq=1800000 KHz, index=1375000 mV to index=1350000 mV
178.<4>[    1.012149] DVFS MSG: aclk_gpu: dvfs_adjust_table_lmtvolt get leakage_level = 2
179.<4>[    1.013063] cpufreq: delete arm freq(1608000)
180.<4>[    1.013105] cpufreq: delete arm freq(1800000)
181.<4>[    1.051133] rk3188 cpufreq version 2.1, suspend freq 1200 MHz

It seems during boot up, the system checks for any instability as a result of using higher voltage values to support increased CPU speeds. Your voltage leakage level is 2, mine is 0. As a result, upon booting up, your system seems to delete frequencies 1,608 Mhz & 1,800 Mhz due to stability issues and then forces to lock on 1,200 Mhz...

I will need to take a closer look at this. I have never seen anything like this before. I believe it has got to do with the ACT8846 which is built into the rockchip SOC. I'll have more on this once I do my tests.

Anyone with knowledge on this is welcome to share his input.

It's quite simple, not all devices behave the same way, so in order to make a proper OC in a tablet, you need source code to remove all limitations, like happen in RK3188 tvboxes. Using patchomatic in tablets can have these effects. In TVboxes is different because they are always connected to a PSU. Now, if that problem happens in stock kernel too, then kernel is just a mess (not strange in a rockchip device).
Retired

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« Reply #55 on: December 14, 2013, 11:02:51 pm »
I've reviewed your log... And I did find something disturbing... The following was reported:

175.<6>[    1.011826] PMU: registered new PMU device of type 0
176.<4>[    1.012021] DVFS MSG: core: dvfs_adjust_table_lmtvolt get leakage_level = 2
177.<4>[    1.012080]               adjust table freq=1800000 KHz, index=1375000 mV to index=1350000 mV
178.<4>[    1.012149] DVFS MSG: aclk_gpu: dvfs_adjust_table_lmtvolt get leakage_level = 2
179.<4>[    1.013063] cpufreq: delete arm freq(1608000)
180.<4>[    1.013105] cpufreq: delete arm freq(1800000)
181.<4>[    1.051133] rk3188 cpufreq version 2.1, suspend freq 1200 MHz

It seems during boot up, the system checks for any instability as a result of using higher voltage values to support increased CPU speeds. Your voltage leakage level is 2, mine is 0. As a result, upon booting up, your system seems to delete frequencies 1,608 Mhz & 1,800 Mhz due to stability issues and then forces to lock on 1,200 Mhz...

I will need to take a closer look at this. I have never seen anything like this before. I believe it has got to do with the ACT8846 which is built into the rockchip SOC. I'll have more on this once I do my tests.

Anyone with knowledge on this is welcome to share his input.

For the record, mine reports a leakage level of 3, but it does not delete 1608 and 1800Mhz and mine overclocks fine (I can run stable at 1800Mhz).

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« Reply #56 on: December 14, 2013, 11:32:32 pm »
another great release tanworks!!

the market fix is great
mine overclocks to 1800mhz fine, no reboots
recovery... wow its been some time since ive used cwm
not since I sold my 7300b
I installed step by step and every thing installed great

but... again not long after I boot up im getting unfortunately the process android.process.media has stopped working
every now and then at first
but now its everytime I try to go on to the market
or after 1-2mins using browser it force closes them
I really don't know whats causing this??
how can I help you to help me solve this

cheers for all your hard work
and then if I just leave the device alone
be afraid...be very afraid

Kingzak34

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« Reply #57 on: December 14, 2013, 11:47:17 pm »
another great release tanworks!!

the market fix is great
mine overclocks to 1800mhz fine, no reboots
recovery... wow its been some time since ive used cwm
not since I sold my 7300b
I installed step by step and every thing installed great

but... again not long after I boot up im getting unfortunately the process android.process.media has stopped working
every now and then at first
but now its everytime I try to go on to the market
or after 1-2mins using browser it force closes them
I really don't know whats causing this??
how can I help you to help me solve this

cheers for all your hard work
and then if I just leave the device alone

What format is your SD card ? I had same problem with NTFS one, no problem with another SD card in FAT32. Maybe the deal.

to confirm none of the overclocked kernels worked expcetp the stock one.

But the stock one goes to 1400 not higher it says it's 1600 maximun but can't reach that speed with set cpu though

Can you show me a snapshot of SetCPU and Kernel Tuner ?

This is a serious matter...
[/URL][/img]
[/URL][/img]

sorry for the bad pics but I'm hurry right now, what is also weird is that with this config mortal kombat 2 and nba jam in mame via retroarch usually goes slow, but I've received a msn several times saying something about super user overcloking and after this msn those games ran flawless with the same config 1400-1400 ondemand

Kingzak34 seems to have the same max with stock at 1400

Yup I've same problem even in stock firmware
Here's all frequencies I have with stock kernel ( With others I've only 1200 nothing else ) :





BTW, I would thank again all work spent on this, cause it worth it ! Even with stock kernel, tab is so smooth and reactive, it's a real pleasure.
« Last Edit: December 15, 2013, 12:01:31 am by Kingzak34 »

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« Reply #58 on: December 15, 2013, 12:45:50 am »
Thanks! Merry x-mas! I'm definitely grabbing this! Will be back to let you know how awesome it is!
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IceBerg

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« Reply #59 on: December 15, 2013, 12:49:09 am »
I've reviewed your log... And I did find something disturbing... The following was reported:

175.<6>[    1.011826] PMU: registered new PMU device of type 0
176.<4>[    1.012021] DVFS MSG: core: dvfs_adjust_table_lmtvolt get leakage_level = 2
177.<4>[    1.012080]               adjust table freq=1800000 KHz, index=1375000 mV to index=1350000 mV
178.<4>[    1.012149] DVFS MSG: aclk_gpu: dvfs_adjust_table_lmtvolt get leakage_level = 2
179.<4>[    1.013063] cpufreq: delete arm freq(1608000)
180.<4>[    1.013105] cpufreq: delete arm freq(1800000)
181.<4>[    1.051133] rk3188 cpufreq version 2.1, suspend freq 1200 MHz

It seems during boot up, the system checks for any instability as a result of using higher voltage values to support increased CPU speeds. Your voltage leakage level is 2, mine is 0. As a result, upon booting up, your system seems to delete frequencies 1,608 Mhz & 1,800 Mhz due to stability issues and then forces to lock on 1,200 Mhz...

I will need to take a closer look at this. I have never seen anything like this before. I believe it has got to do with the ACT8846 which is built into the rockchip SOC. I'll have more on this once I do my tests.

Anyone with knowledge on this is welcome to share his input.

Here is the /proc/kmsg with the stock kernel.

http://pastebin.com/ewxFbpVJ

 

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