[Kernels] 5/31/11 - Froyo/Gingerbread

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  1. zoomy942

    zoomy942 Member

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    maybe it's just me...

    I notice my droid is ALOT cooler running the medium voltage kernel vs the low voltage one. ULV wont even boot and if it does it's totally unstable.

    Thoughts fellas?

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  2. metalspring

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    Some phones seem to "like" particular speeds and voltages so which in theory ulv and lv should run cooler and have better battery life, that's not always the case

    Droid 1: rzrecovery
    Rom: Simply Stunning 5.4
    Theme: TruBlue HoneyGingerComb
    Kernel: Chevys 1.25Ghz ulv
    average linpack scores: 16.8-17.1
     
  3. Art Vandelay

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    My phone is running great on the ulv kernals.

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  4. zoomy942

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    Fair enough. I also notice in my battery use, when using the medium voltage, my android os item and android system are at 2% or not even listed. With the ulv and LV, it's at 10 or 15
     
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    The lower your android os battery usage, the more compatible you phone is with that particular speed/voltage

    Droid 1: rzrecovery
    Rom: Simply Stunning 5.4
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    Kernel: Chevys 1.25Ghz ulv
    average linpack scores: 16.8-17.1
     
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    Thanks Chevy! Best kernel I've ever used to date. Honestly never had this great of battery life. Whatever you did, it rocks!

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    See the rest of the pictures, here. My phone isn't setup to do anything special. Don't use setcpu. Just OnDemand governor. High brightness. Have had Wifi and 3G both on for the past 8 or so hours. Before that, just 3G was on.
     
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    Which kernel you using?

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  8. metalspring

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    Anyone have any suggestions how to keep my phone from running so much at top speed? I like the responsiveness of the interactive governor but just look at the time in each state...
    Time in State
    1250000 | 105011 | 41.66%
    1100000 | 3875 | 1.54%
    1000000 | 6200 | 2.46%
    800000 | 11860 | 4.71%
    550000 | 94573 | 37.52%
    250000 | 5935 | 2.35%
    125000 | 24617 | 9.77%

    Isn't there a way to tweak the governor settings a little?

    Afterall I don't need the full 1.25Ghz for everything lol

    Droid 1: rzrecovery
    Rom: Simply Stunning 5.4
    Theme: TruBlue HoneyGingerComb
    Kernel: Chevys 1.25Ghz ulv
    average linpack scores: 16.8-17.1
     
  9. 0vermind

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    If you don't use setcpu, there's very little you can do. That's the problem with the higher frequencies.
     
  10. bigeric828

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    If you use setcpu, yes metalspring you can but thats the setback with interactive governor. It puts you at top speed when you do something.

    under advanced you can set up threshhold to 99 and powersave bias higher. These help slow the speed ondemand scales up on. If you use ondemand you could play around with the settings to get a good mix of speed/battery saving.
     
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    Ttry using SetCPU’s ondemand setting, it provides a graded overclocking scale by increasing speed in intervals as the need arises.
     
  12. Droidlovinyogi

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    Hey bigeric8282,

    If you understand how to use and integrate SetCPU’s Advanced settings, would you mind explaining it a bit more. I get a sense of what it’s about from your response to Overmind, but could really use some clarification if you could provide it. Thanks.
     
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