A good Battery life kernel

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  1. ukyfan

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    Anyone have any suggestions on a good kernel for battery life? I had my phone plugged into the. AC while listening to i heart radio over bluetooth for a few hours and dropped to 50%. Not to mention the phone was pretty hot. Any good suggestions?

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    Your best bet is to try different kernels and see which ones yeild the best results...P3 and Chevy would be my top picks
     
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    is there a list of P3 and chevy kernals which work with sapphire 1.1 as I am using only sapphire ones as i wasn't sure what worked/didnt

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    the one that comes with sapphire 1.1.0
     
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    what parker said, try out different kernals, Slayher kernals run better on my phone I been getting amazing battery life...
     
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    Every phone reacts differently, you will just have to try one's you are interested in. For example mine will not run any of the ULV kernals, it just boot loops. good luck
     
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    Best results I've had are slayhers 800 with interactive governer.

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    i had some massive battery drain earlier today and tried a few out and i'm running P3droid 125-800.
     
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    Just FYI, using the interactive governor will drain your battery significantly more quickly than using ondemand. It will perform better but that's because it spends a longer time at higher clock speeds.
     
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    To be honest, I've had mine on interactive and its the best battery life i've had yet on this phone, so YMMV I guess.
     
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    Interesting, I had read a thread somewhere that I can no longer find where the consensus seemed to be that interactive was not yet ready for everyday use due to the hit on battery life. But now after reading around it looks like there's no conclusive evidence either way really, so I apologize for posting questionable info.
     
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    The thread you're probably thinking of is the Overclocking 101 Thread, and they ran OnDemand vs Interactive in an idling test and Interactive used more at the time I think.
     
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    I think you're right. I'd be interested to know whether or not there have been improvements in the governor that would make it viable for day-to-day use. I'm going to try using interactive for a while and see if I notice additional battery drain.

    Don't mean to hijack the thread, I just wish there was more concrete data about interactive and how it compares to ondemand.
     
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