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

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  1. macaddict

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    @Chevy
    Are your kernels using BFS as the scheduler? Sure a Linux command exists to find out but it escapes me. If they aren't, think it would be fascinating to give it a shot. I'd be happy to beta for ya of course.
     
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    Nope. Either noop or deadline.

    Honestly though I don't see a difference which scheduler I use. Currently using deprimed kernel as it is the only kernel that connects to my AP and working usb. It has BFS but I can't tell the difference.

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    Chevy the 1100 kernel slots are different from the post, you have: For 1100:

    125
    250
    550
    800
    900
    1000
    1100

    But the ones that show are
    125
    250
    550
    700
    800
    900
    1100

    The"1000" is missing? Is there an update I missed or is this a typo?
     
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    I tried running the 1.25 Low voltage for awhile, and got bootloops, so I decided to go with the medium voltage. It ran, but extremely hot and started FC-ing apps randomly. I have since switched to the 1.1 medium voltage, and it's the perfect balance of performance without causing a thermal meltdown.

    On a side note, it seems that the LV and ULV kernels do not play nicely with the MIUI ROM for some reason, but the MV kernels work flawlessly. No idea why, but that's what I'm seeing from my experience as well as several other users.
     
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    The 1000 is missing from the 1.2 as well. At least the lv, I didn't check the others.

    Sent from OG Droid sporting SS5.4 w/HoneyGingerComb and Chevy's lv1.0ghz kernal
     
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    Video camera borken on 5/31 kernels

    I have just recently started using my video camera more and i had to switch kernels to use it. Chevy's latest kernels had the best battery life and speed. But since I am using the camera more, i needed to switch, I will try the next set when they come out. Hopefully it will be fixed.
     
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    Downclocking to 600 mhz should fix your issues

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    Interesting, I just tested video at 1.1GHz (my battery profile for Chevy's 1.25GHZ/LV/7Slot kernel) and had no problem. I'm using conservative profile to further preserve battery power, perhaps that's a difference?
     
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    Try testing for 6 minutes and see if it will save the video you recorded without freezing.
     
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    It could be. Conservative ramps up slower so it could be that you're recording at a lower slot

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    Ok, I just tested again. 6 minute video, Chevy's 1.25GHz LV 7-slot, and, I switched to on-demand. Using my battery profile which holds the CPU down to 1.10GHz And I tested this on both of my Droid1s.

    No problems.

    All these phones are unique though, depending on hardware tolerances, software load, and connection quality. There could be a number of reasons for one phone to work and one not to.

    Just to give you an idea of my setup, aside from Chevy's kernel, I'm running stock-rooted odexed FRG83G (2.2.2), baseband C_01.43.01P, GO Launcher EX, and about 125 up-to-date applications, most out on SD. I run this identical config on two Droid1s.

     
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    I've always used SetCPU mainly so that I can underclock the CPU when the screen is off, and I experienced better battery life when I started doing so. That was a long time ago, though, and I'm sure that there have been lots of improvements made since then. Do you think that doing so is advantageous, or do you find it unnecessary? Thanks!
     
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