[KERNEL] Kernel (deprimed_test) - Break It If You Can

Discussion in 'Droid Kernels' started by prime, Feb 22, 2011.

  1. droidkevlar

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    Nice. First off glad ur daughter is better. Hopefully she doesnt have to go her whole life with them.

    My question is a) will the milestone oc work moving fwd? I know u can do it manually but its so much easier with that program b) is the 450mhz crazy speed on bumblebee setting?

    Again thank u for ur work and fast replies.i have a good night and get some rest.
     
  2. prime

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    My wife has migraine headaches too, I guess I'm desensitized to the experience of it.

    I was on bumblebee governor, I have an updated MSOC but have not uploaded yet..old one will not work as I have made too many kernel changes.
     
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    I ran the primed command and msoc worked.


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    This is the best kernel yet. I'm loving it. Everything works faster. A lot faster. Its ridiculous.

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    45 on RL first run with bumblebee @250-1000. That's pretty impressive

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    Update my kernel last night through emulator and everything went well. I set my CPU to Bumblebee and 250/800. Went to bed with 70% battery (3g and wifi off) and woke up 7 hours later with 40% batter left :((
     
  7. prime

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    I ran the primed command and msoc worked.


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    I meant the actual application.
     
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    Prime,
    Deprimed with bumblebee is working fantastically. Very quick and responsive. Today I'll see what kind of battery life I get. One more question: I like CPU tuner, but miss the CPU info screen from SetCPU. Do you happen to know of any way to see that same info from within CPUtuner, or would I have to settle for using htop within the terminal?
     
  9. prime

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    Funny you mentioned that, it's on the developers todo list.

    I am going to see what kind of app I can knock together today to mimic SetCPU information screen... should not be too difficult.
     
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    +1 deprimed using bumblebee is running great. Your kernels have always been fast but this one seems faster and a bit more responsive/quicker. Installed it early last night and charged droid before bed and I'm at 90% this morning. I usually get 24 hours before charging- medium use with your kernels and I'm still using my original 2009 battery.
     
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    Running #25 deprimed, with bumblebee and it blazing fast. Battery life is taking a hit so far, but I'll give it a couple days. I downloaded #25 in the early evening last night, is it the most current?
     
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    You can also check this by going to settings > about phone. Look under Kernel version for the #. This will show the same info as running uname -a.

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