Froyo Kernels - 6-16-2010 - ULV/LV/MV

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  1. techwizard08

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    UPDATE: So, I clocked it all the way up to 1.1 and had no problems. As soon as I slid it to 1.25, auto restart.

    It looks like I might not be able to handle 1.25--gona try to use the 1.1ghz ULV and see if it runs fine.
     
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    Thanks for the quick response and looking into that.

    If I wasn't unemployed and struggling to keep up I'd buy you a beer or two for your customer service ;), hard work, and the quality thereof. Your kernels have improved my Droid experience so much!
     
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    Been using the uLV 1.25 for a day or a few days now... days keep mixing together.. and haven't had any issues, thanks chevy!
     
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    I just loaded Chevy's new Froyo 4.2 w/ULV1200 kernel - phone reboots more than it's up - I was running Chevys 3.2 w the 1.0GHz with no issues - it was flawless. Which of the new kernels would be the closest?

    Thanks in advance - Bruce
     
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    SS-v4.2 ULV 1.25... Tetherng... I have found the method that always works for me is to get tethering running and my laptop connected, then launch the browser on my phone... BAM - Web connects for laptop and off I go... Not sure why I have to do that, but if I don't I cannot get the internet connection to work on my laptop.

    **Edit**
    Posted this one on the wrong topic... Ooppsss...
     
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  6. ChevyNo1

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    Closest would be my LV series ... give those a try and get back to me!
     
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    should these work on FRF84B?
     
  8. ChevyNo1

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    I would think so ...
     
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    thanks - just wanted to make sure since i know nothing about kernels :)
     
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    Sorry, noob question here.

    What are the chances of an ulv working on my Droid? And what are the benifets of it compared to a lv? Difference in battery life?

    Thanks!
     
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    New as well, but the answer on chance is nobody really knows, from what I've read each CPU is different so you just have to ry.

    Heat is the most important, but battery life as well.
     
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    No way to tell. Try it and find out. Start at the lowest kernel speed you can get and flash up from there if you want, but either start on the LV and go to the ULV or the other way around, but try them till you get one that works the way you want it to/are willing to accept speed/stability/voltage tradeoff.

    The battery life is improved ULV versus LV versus MV for most people, as is the heat buildup, speed level for speed level.
     
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