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

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  1. crabs

    crabs Member

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    Can you make a 1300 release or possibly higher?
    My Phone has never rebooted or forced closed at 1250 ulv.

    Or is the 1250Mhz somekind of limit.
     
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    For some reason, on FRF84B I can't get the droid to clock past 528mhz on the 1.2ghz ulv kernel.

    Anyone have any guesses as to why?
     
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    If I use the ulv and setcpu will setcpu's min of 250 negate the ultra low?

    This is completely ignorant and probably discussed but I just read all of BB.04(47 pages) and SS4.2(27) so please forgive
     
  4. ChevyNo1

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    At least on my phone, anything past 1250 is very spotty - so I never created a kernel past that. Have not tried since Froyo though - so I will play around.
     
  5. ChevyNo1

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    I assume you are using SetCPU and have selected 'Autodetect'?
     
  6. ChevyNo1

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    No, the 'speed' and the 'voltage' are unrelated in that sense ... the ULV just signifies what voltage was used at each particular speed
     
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    ahhh, I totally forgot to do that. It's working just as well as it was before now. Thanks Chevy
     
  8. ryanm

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    Ha..that was stupid! Thanks for the kick ass kernels!
     
  9. ChevyNo1

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    Good stuff!
     
  10. ChevyNo1

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    No worries - welcome!
     
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    At least for me BBv0.4 with the ulow even on .8 ghz locks up frequent where on BBv0.3 it was rock solid for 2 days. Probably something in the newest os.
     
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    Cool, I think jdlfg makes some 1300 kernels but they're normal voltage.

    Also, kernel makers should start posting what the real voltages are.
    Because lv might not be the same across all kernels.
     
    #192 crabs, Jun 30, 2010
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