must be the chip than thats why i made so many profiles
All this talk of Governors has made me want to ask you something...isn't every governor besides hotplug or hotplugx or motohotplug just using one core? Or is it that "hotplug" governors are able to turn on/off the second core as part of how it undervolts? I had read a lil while ago that with most governors our phone would only run in single-core mode always and end up using up extra battery since it would have to work twice as hard to do the same thing two cores could have done faster.
Hotplugx will attempt to offline cpu1 when load is low, whereas
interactiveX will force offline cpu1 when screen is off. Hotplugging is not 100% stable on ICS kernel, IMO, so some of you will occasionally run into instability when doing either iX or hotplug governors, although I think it's worth it. I have noticed that iX is quite a bit more stable than hotplug governor though.
Last edited by myfishbear; 09-18-2012 at 11:27 PM.
performance - max speed all the time
ondemand - ondemand governor code from latest linux (3.0 at the moment) source *plus* the suspend/wake logic described above. No further optimization is done.
smartassv2 - smartass code from erasmux, It has the same suspend/wake logic as ondemandX, and similar stability optimizations as interactiveX. boostedASSv2 A modified smartassv2,tweaked the stock smartassv2, as I felt that it was to CPU needy, with the transisition ideal freq at 800MHz!! Not a very good frequency to be set for ideal, at resting awake state. I further dived into the code and changed majority of the other frequencies, and transistions-based on my conservative tweaks made from PowerBoost.
Pegasusq Pegasusq is basically an ondemand based governor which also controls hotplugging.