Deprimed SV or ULV?

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  1. esheesle

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    Curious what everyone's experience has been with the deprimed kernel and whether running SV or ULV. ULV kernels have almost always given me trouble but I really want to save battery life.
     
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    Try them both. Its easy, in su termunal deprime is lv prime is ulv.

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    It's a fully adjustable kernel, if you want to take the time you can tweak the voltage for each speed step in the 20overclock script to what works best for your phone. It takes some testing at each step playing with the voltages til you find what works best. If you're interested we can find you some instructions on how to do it.
     
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    Running deprimed as ULV gives me MUCH better battery life that SV. Like stated before, it's fully customizable. If ULV is too low voltage for your phone, you can bump up the vsel values til your phone runs smooth by using the overclock script.
     
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    Ok so gave ULV a try again. Within an hour I had K9mail FC on me which never happens on standard voltage. I'd like to try the customizations. I found this [KERNEL] Prime's Deprimed Test Kernel: How to - CyanogenMod Forum on how to modify but am curious what the SV vsels are so I can try to go somewhere between ULV and SV and work my way up until I find stability and better battery life hopefully.
     
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    Default kernel values are listed in the second post of the deprimed thread.

    Edit: HERE
     
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    My phone runs best with ulv kernels. So I don't care about messing around with vsel nor do I want to. What's the simplest way to knock it down to ulv?
     
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