On CN1's ULV and P3's LV I get around 3.6 at best, 3.883 usually and 4.2 at maximum.
Just wondering what voltages everyone else is getting.
im just saying ive seen big differences with the same kernel and same clock speed
Well mA is milliamps which is the amount of power it is drawing which would change at any given time depending on what your doing. I believe that voltage would stay alot closer to a static number.
Rom: SteelDroid Nexus 1.0
Kernel: franco.Kernel Nightly
If you guys want to really tear into this, we have been discussing the Milestone Overclock in the CM forum here. Basically it is a way to set your speed slot and accompanying voltage, through what is called a vsel setting. But as was posted above, I would think it would be tough to get a value for actual consumption at any point in time, as in the analogy, voltage is the size of the water pipe, amps is the amount of water flowing through the pipe. If you were using a program, then switched over to another program to look a reported battery voltage, then you would indeed get a static value of what the battery has left for voltage.
perhaps these other programs do have some way of reporting amps while the phone is doing stuff, but I would think at a minimum it would have to be a value sitting in your notification bar. Or an amp meter on your battery contacts
I asked this question of Taz (the dev who first figured out how to o/c the droid) way back in the day on Alldroid and he said that there are no concrete, publishable voltages, the voltage for modern SOCs is too dynamic to give a single number. But I will tell you right now that these ARM SOCs are running at somewhere around 1.0v. exactly what I can't say.
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