So I had the 800mhz 0.2 kernel installed, and for me it seemed to run laggy. Also overheated a lot. I was running the 600mhz kernel, which seemed to run much faster and cooler. But I didn't do anything to overclock the 0.2 kernel. I'm wondering, are slot issues to blame? I eventually ran into a bootloop and had to do a battery pull to get into recovery. Now I've reinstalled the 0.2 800 mhz kernel along with the autooverclock.zip. But I'm worried about battery life and overheating. I was quite enjoying the 30+ hours of battery life that the 600mhz 0.1 kernel was producing. Anyone else have any insight?
I read on Pete's blog (or somewhere, can't remember) that if you don't OC the kernel it will just clock down to 600mhz, which he made it sound like that would be the same as having the 0.1 600mhz kernel. But this didn't seem to be the case. Curious if anyone else ran into anything like this?
My thinking it must be a slot issue, because if you don't OC then a kernel would be limited to lesser slots, which perhaps the phone did not seem to appreciate.