I was hoping someone could help with a weird issue I've been having. I switched to SS 5.4 (thank you Chevy, AWESOME work) and started playing a bit with kernels to see which one gave me the best battery.
When using Chevy's kernels (I've tried 800 ULV and LV, 1000 ULV and LV), the phone runs OK and with regular useage I get around 15 hours of uptime. When using Deprimed's without any customization (just running the overclock and primed scripts) I get around 20 hours uptime with regular use of my phone.
Now, here's where it gets tricky. With Chevy's kernels the Android OS process is just normal, but with Deprimed's the Android OS usually takes around 25% of battery useage. But as you see above, Deprimed's kernel gives me better battery life! Weird, huh?
Any ideas as to what might be going 'wrong' with Deprimed? I mean, if I can get Android OS to a lower value, in theory, the kernel should allow me to have even better battery life, right?