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Discussion in 'UltimateDroid' started by droid15, Sep 21, 2010.
What kernels do you guys usually use to get the best battery life out of your droid running ud 8.0.0
I talked with BlackDroid about this. He recommended ChevyNo1's 1.0Ghz uLow kernel as it was better in comparison in battery life and speed while not really compromising either. I've used it ever since and will vouch for that. Of course some phones have problems with uLow kernels so you might want to try Low if uLow doesn't work, then try Medium if necessary. Of course slower speeds will increase battery life, but will be sluggish. Anyways, hope that helps.
I know this but last time I tried using chevys kernels my droid always crashed. any alternatives? right now I,m using p3s low voltage 1.0 ghz kernel. I just installed chevyNo1's ulv 1.0 ghz kernel. Gonna max it out and see if it crashes.
What are you using to max it out and make it crash?
psx for droid lol. If you have something better please recommend it to me because its not crashing and I wanna push it to the limits.dancedroid
Im using p3droid lv 1ghz kernel. Running awake @ 600-1000 mhz interactive, and asleep 125-400 ondemand. (I clock it from 125-400 so the wakeup for calls and when sliding the phone open to turn the screen on lag is reduced) Also i have autokiller running at aggresive... battery with moderate use lasts all day. Heavy use it will last for about 14 hours. I found this to be best for stability (aka no crashes) and battery life.
chevys kernel just started crashing randomly again goin back to p3 droids kernels.
Give one of slayhers kernels a try, I have been alternating between chevy's & slaybers trying to compare each, for me battery life is #1 I work 8-10 hours day & am not able to charge at all during that period so my phone must last at least that long with varying amounts of use each day...
Today with the p3 droid 250 mhz to 1.0 ghz I marked the day at 3 o clock with 50% left, which seems a little better. I've also just started using auto killer which probably save the battery life a little. Still not the effect I was looking for. I remember having much better battery life when I used ud 6.
Using chevys 1.1 but on a normal day I have it on 400/800 on demand... unless i got a lot going on... battery life isn't terrific but it hasn't been on any ROM/kernel on my droid
I run the Chevy 1.1ghz ULV kernel, and only clock my phone to 800mhz. My battery life is nothing short of outstanding.
I do 250/800... Try that? Also keep my screen brightness at Auto so that it doesn't kill my battery life at all times.