Ok, I just tested again. 6 minute video, Chevy's 1.25GHz LV 7-slot, and, I switched to on-demand. Using my battery profile which holds the CPU down to 1.10GHz And I tested this on both of my Droid1s.
All these phones are unique though, depending on hardware tolerances, software load, and connection quality. There could be a number of reasons for one phone to work and one not to.
Just to give you an idea of my setup, aside from Chevy's kernel, I'm running stock-rooted odexed FRG83G (2.2.2), baseband C_01.43.01P, GO Launcher EX, and about 125 up-to-date applications, most out on SD. I run this identical config on two Droid1s.
D1 GB (10/17/2011) - Simply Stunning Gingerbread v5.6 (2.3.7) - from Source - 10/17/2011
DX GB (10/17/2011) - Simply Stunning X Gingerbread v2.2 (2.3.7, GB Kernel) - from Source - 10/17/2011
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Agreed. I use his 800 on a rooted frg rom. I think its capped at 600 on the high side and 250 on the low side. At ondemand I get several days of battery life.
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Chevy the 1100 kernel slots are different from the post, you have: For 1100:
But the ones that show are
The"1000" is missing? Is there an update I missed or is this a typo?
Motorola DROID BIONIC
1.2GHz OMAP-4430 Dual Core
1gig-DDR2 RAM Stock Kernel
Quadrant Standard Score 3227
AnTuTu Benchmark 8249
just wondering does it make sense to have all cpu profiles set to smartass? I'm still a bit confused. I know it gives a reason not to use a screenoff profile but I'm just trying to find the most effective way to save battery..
2bit's droid stats:
Phone: original Droid 1
Current Rom: Simply Stunning v5.4(2.3.4 gingerbread)
Kernel: chevy mv 1ghz
Nex theme & Launcher Pro
not sure if this is the proper place for this post, but I'll take a shot... I've been running SS 5.4 since a few days after Chevy released it with no problems. loaded his 2.6.32 low voltage 1.0 Ghz kernel a week or so later, and all was well with my little OG droid... until things started slowing down... I upped settings to 900/250 (on demand), showed a bit of improvement, but not as much as I think it should have, coming from 600/250 or whatever the default setting was.
so I started poking around system files and found that my System file was at 89%. remembering Mandriva days (damn log files), I thought this could be the issue, as I only have 15.8 mbs free. don't have a gazillion apps loaded, so I started looking around and something didn't look right at all... found 40 (yes, forty) files exactly duplicated within each other.
file path is System/Lib/Modules/2.6.32-lowv-1.0Ghz.ChevyNo1. in that folder are 29 files totaling about 3.17Mbs, and another copy of the same exact folder, 40 of them. totaling about 124mbs. please someone tell me I can delete most of them to reclaim some space in my system directory or tell me why I need so many of them?
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You can delete all the files in that folder then reflash kernel. I saw a post on this somewhere a while back. It's actually a good idea to do if you have flashed multiple kernels, it keeps the files from a different kernel from conflicting with the kernel you are using now.
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