Heat issues

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  1. JamFace

    JamFace New Member

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    I just reflashed BBv0.4 and have been having some issues with different kernels. I've tried P3's ULV 1.25, P3's SV 1.0 and ChevyNo1's ULV 1.25 kernel (all @ 1000/125mhz) and I'm having heating issues that I didn't use to have with +55 Celcius heat readings.

    Important fact is I just recently reflashed from ChevyNo1's SS v4.7 where I was having no heat issues whatsoever with ChevyNo1's ULV 1.25 kernel @ 1000/125mhz with heat readings of ~35 Celcius.

    I'm trying to figure out if my phone doesn't take a liking to BuglessBeast.
     
  2. ZeroBarrier

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    Did you wipe properly before flashing BB?
     
  3. JamFace

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    Yeah I wiped 3 times. Now I'm running BBv0.4 with ChevyNo1's LV 1.0Ghz @ 800/250 mhz and still getting around 50 Celcius readings. I'm stumped. :huh:
     
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    it could just be your phone doesnt like BB, mine doesnt either

    stay with SS youll never go back ;)
     
  5. JamFace

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    Right now I'm contemplating that, lol.
     
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    I had the same issue. Seemed to be no fix for it. I had to leave and go to another rom. I'll give 0.5 a shot if it comes out.
     
  7. JamFace

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    What ROM are you using now?
     
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    I fixed my heat issues by setting up a 'heat level' profile in SetCPU to restrict the CPU to its original settings maximum of 550 and a low setting of 125 when the CPU heat level goes above 43.7 deg C. works great for me. My normal settings are 1100mhz as a high and 250mhz as a low.
     
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    I did the same but my profile was set for >50 Celcius @550/250. I was still having major issues. Switched back to SS v4.7 yesterday night and havn't had an overheat yet @ 1000/250. I'll be trying other ChevyNo1 kernels later and report what my results are for curiosity sake.

    I've pretty much accepted that my CPU can't handle BB with custom kernels, unfortunately, because I do love Pete's stuff.

    Looks like I'll be staying with SS v4.7 til BB v0.5 comes out. Sadly, I'll probably have the same results.
     
  10. tmac7607

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    I had the heating issue as well with all kernels. I found by using SetCPU with the kernel you desire keeps heat down. Something with the kernel using too much cpu on its own and needs setcpu to help regulate any malfunction with kernel. Use setcpu and only select powersave governing or userspace and check apply at boot and that it. You kernel will take care of the rest. By also using juice defender I am getting 12 hours of heavy use and 16 hours of lite out of the battery with no heating issues.