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    overheating issues

    So I love jrummys roms and I'm not hatin on em at all... but I have only had overheating problems with this kangrade roms. I am currently running kangerade froyo 4. 0. 7 with the nextang theme. I haven't fooled with overclocking yet at all so I'm running the stock kernel. Can someone please help me with this?
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    how hot we talking here?
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    what i would suggest is to get a low voltage or ultra low voltage kernel...also grab setcpu and if you dont want to overclock thats cool but those kernels will lower the temp of your battery a lot. mine, unless charging, runs around 27,28 degrees C

    try ChevyNo1 or P3x kernels first i think there the best in my opinion
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    It gets really hot after only a little web browsing or listening to music. I think ill go with lv because when I ran kangerade 1. 0 I had ulv and had the same problem
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    http://www.droidforums.net/forum/hac...ing-101-a.html
    Here is some info on overclocking and
    P3Droid Kernels P3DROID Kernels
    Index of /froyo/4.2/kernels ChevyNo1 Kernels

    Put Kernel (or 4 or 5 to test) on SD root and boot into recovery (X and power) or clockwork or SP.
    Select install from SD.Then select option to choose it from SD. Find it in the list you will see all the one you put here.Select it then it will install.Then select reboot system.Then set up SETCPU and if it works good great ,if not rinse and repeat.
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    also maybe some of the kernels your doing overclock themselve by default so your running at 800 mhz instead of the default 550 and you dont even know it
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    Do the slots make a big difference? Cuz I can only find 7-slot kernels for froyo
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    those are just the differnt freqencies that the cpu can scale to for example

    250mhz/400mhz/550mhz/600mhz/800mhz/1000mhz/1200mhz
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    So far the current kernel I'm running is not helping much. I'm running at 39 degrees celcius and 100.2 Fahrenheit
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    Quote Originally Posted by BamaFan13 View Post
    So far the current kernel I'm running is not helping much. I'm running at 39 degrees celcius and 100.2 Fahrenheit
    Is that under load? If so and it is only hitting 39c I wouldn't worry about that at all. My Droid does not set to clock down until the battery hits 50c, and the chip I don't even worry about seeing as it is rated all the way up to over 80c.
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