ThunderZap Kernel Arrives on Yu Yureka, Brings Custom Gestures, Charger Control, Vibration Control and Much More

http://www.thunderzap.in/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/logo_zps2065a3d0.png   ThunderZap kernel release marks my entry in a device’s development. The event is set to occur for Yu Yureka as well, making it third device in my fully supported devices list. With this first release I have a feature list as follow:   Highlights —  
ThunderCharge Control – A driver to control the charging current rate Custom Gestures – Full Utilization of various wakeup gestures supported by Touchscreen of Yureka Vibration Intensity Control: Let’s you adjust the intensity at which your phone vibrates ThunderPlug – A Dynamic Hotplug Driver for Yureka.  
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ThunderCharge Control – A driver to control the charging current rate Custom Gestures – Full Utilization of various wakeup gestures supported by Touchscreen of Yureka Gestures available: Double Tap, Sweep Right, Left, Up, Down, Draw letter M, O, E, C, W on touchscreen to wake. Vibration Intensity Control: Let’s you adjust the intensity at which your phone vibrates ThunderPlug – A Dynamic Hotplug Driver for Yureka – Takes down all seven cores when phone goes to sleep leading to significant battery savings. Dynamic Fsync – A driver originally written by faux123, adapted for Linux 3.10 by me – Disables Fsync when phone is being used causing significant IO boost. Additional IOSchedulers: BFQ v7r6(recommended),FIOPS zSwap support – A Virtual compressed memory pool – Can be used as a swapping devices for extra RAM. Samsung’s F2FS support to support F2FS formatted sdcards, OTG drives Disabled MMC CRC check for extra 30% boost in IO Upgraded ‘random’ module to Linux 3.18 with various other patches for improved entropy seeding Added /dev/frandom support viz The Fast Random number generator – an alternative to stock ‘random’ Upgraded ondemand governor to Linux 3.18 A Lot of debugging code stripped down for lower kernel footprint. Fixes: Crashing of simple_ondemand GPU governor  
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Controlling: 95% of above features can be controlled using my app, ThunderZap Control. Forum Participation and Downloads: XDA-Developers | Yu Official Forums   [adblockingdetector id=”4″]
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13 Responses

  1. Jino Joy says:

    Thunderzap control settings were getting lost after phone restart in yureka.
    If I set wakeup gesture as ‘w’, after restart its back to double tap.

    how to check 7core sleep &mmc crc check & other settings ??

    Thanks anyway

  2. Prakash says:

    Great help to CyanogenMod user community. Keep it up.

  3. Kshitij Singh says:

    Hello there! Your work is fabulous. I’m using a custom ROM (Resurrection Remix v.5.4.4) for YU Yureka and my Android version is 5.1.1. I would like to know if i would be able to install/flash this kernel on my device. Hoping for a reply. Thank You.

  4. sanjay says:

    Hey sorry if the question is weird bt is this also applicable to lolipop…..

  5. Kshitij Singh says:

    Hey there! I would like to know this one last thing… Do I need to have the latest TWRP recovery for flashing this kernel? Thanks in advance.

  6. Hj says:

    Is this kernel safe to use. I mean I don’t have much of developing sense so I cant chng CPU GPU setting. Are the presets best to use. Also can It cause any damage to hardware of the device? And what shall be the best setting of the thundercharge?
    Thnx

  7. Parth Upadhyay says:

    Hi,
    using ThunderCharge control,can setting custom current 1500 mA harm phone(Yureka)??

  8. winz says:

    It is said that quick charge should regulate the charging after 60% to prevent battery from getting damaged,how is it managed by this kernel since it asks manual adjustments of custom current.

  9. Mothilal.V.S says:

    I just installed this on my Yu Yureka for Cyanogen mod 12.1 but i dont see any effect from this. Is there any change that i have to do in the thunderzap settings? It took me almost the same time to charge my phone as always(5 hours). If so i have to set custom current how much? and should i check apply on boot toggle for this kernel. Help me in setting up the features in your thunderzap app.

  10. shyam says:

    Can I install in stock cm11??

  11. Paras says:

    Does it work on yureka plus..??

  12. Anthony Stark says:

    is it compatible with CM13?

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