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Thread: Noticing horrible battery life on CyanogenMod?? Try this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmacleo View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Taegost View Post
    I've had pretty good luck with bekits kernels, I haven't tried p3's because I read somewhere that bekits are the only ones that support Apps2SD.
    running p3 now and apps2sd is enabled and working.
    I am seeing better life and cooler temps, but there seems to be a bit of a lag compared to bekit. I use the 7 slot 1100 on both,
    I think this lag is due to me using standard voltage bekit since the LV had some issues at higher speeds.

    not sure which to use, the bekit std volt was a bit warmer and little bit less life but was slightly less lag, the p3 is cooler and better life with a touch of lag.
    Excellent, thanks for that! I'll start my rounds of testing with p3droids kernels now, I appreciate it
    I was having some pretty serious lag issues until I realized that because of all the crap I had running, I was constantly low on memory... So I ditched a few of my widgets and set up an auto-task killer to get rid of the non-critical apps that don't close properly (Like Gowalla, or IP Camera).
    Almost 100% lag free now
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    As long as you're trying kernels, also try jldfg or whatever, (see Cyanogenmod Droid ROM forum)...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redflea View Post
    As long as you're trying kernels, also try jldfg or whatever, (see Cyanogenmod Droid ROM forum)...
    I having really good results with this kernel so far!

    I was happy with Bekit's 0.8.3 on 5.6.2 (ran better than the P3Droid kernels) but when I upgrade to Bekit 0.8.4 on 5.0.7.1 things went downhill. I just loaded the jdlfg kernel and the difference is night and day.

    Better memory management, temperatures, and system responsiveness....I'm still testing battery life improvements but so far it looks like that has improved as well.
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    I did try that but my phone is finicky with LV kernels.
    he said he will be doing a std volt soon and I am looking fwd to that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmacleo View Post
    I did try that but my phone is finicky with LV kernels.
    he said he will be doing a std volt soon and I am looking fwd to that.
    Great news. I tried one of his LV as well and my phone puked, as it does with most kernels that are LV.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pdroid View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by dmacleo View Post
    I did try that but my phone is finicky with LV kernels.
    he said he will be doing a std volt soon and I am looking fwd to that.
    Great news. I tried one of his LV as well and my phone puked, as it does with most kernels that are LV.
    I'm curious what exactly happens when you use LV does everything get really laggy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JonKyu View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by pdroid View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by dmacleo View Post
    I did try that but my phone is finicky with LV kernels.
    he said he will be doing a std volt soon and I am looking fwd to that.
    Great news. I tried one of his LV as well and my phone puked, as it does with most kernels that are LV.
    I'm curious what exactly happens when you use LV does everything get really laggy?
    When I personally use LV? The device is completely unstable, it keeps crashing and rebooting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redflea View Post
    As long as you're trying kernels, also try jldfg or whatever, (see Cyanogenmod Droid ROM forum)...
    I have had excellent results using JLDFG's kernels as well, I ran Bekit's kernels a long time. Lately , I noticed more heat coming though so tried JLDFG's and my temps dropped noticibly. I don't know what the difference between Bekit's 0.83 -0.84 , but that is when I noticed the change in my droid.
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    is the compcache work with the p3 kernals?
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    Can't comment on whether beckets are causing the drain issue since my Moto Droid will hardly run them. When installing .0.6.2 I wanted apps2sd and you have to use bekets kernal to get the program to load and just the stock 600 barely would run without force closes. After getting the rom and apps loaded I had to switch back to P3's 1000 low volt seven slot and no more problems AND apps2sd will work. You apparent must have becket kernals to load the apps2sd, as I could not get it to load with p3 kernals.
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