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

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  1. rafiki1

    rafiki1 Member

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    This is what I get

    $ export PATH=/data/local/bin:$PATH
    $su
    # lsmod
    nfs 148541 0 - Live 0xbf106000
    lockd 62827 1 nfs, Live 0xbf0ec000
    sunrpc 173680 3 nfs,lockd, Live 0xbf0ae000
    cifs 215387 0 - Live 0xbf06e000
    ext3 96850 0 - Live 0xbf04c000
    jbd 42262 1 ext3, Live 0xbf039000
    ext2 44243 0 - Live 0xbf02c000
    em_u32 711 0 - Live 0xbf029000
    sch_htb 12851 0 - Live 0xbf01f000
    cls_u32 5565 0 - Live 0xbf018000
    act_police 3658 0 - Live 0xbf012000
    sch_ingress 1422 0 - Live 0xbf00c000
    act_mirred 2478 0 - Live 0xbf006000
    ifb 2375 0 - Live 0xbf000000
    #
    Its there but links2sd won't recognize it.
     
  2. mjones73

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    High Android OS usage is a sign to step up to a higher volt kernel right?
     
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    been trying this on my Droid 1. I get it to work for /jbd.ko but when i put in insmod /system/lib/modules/ext2.ko i get failed (No such file or directory)
     
  5. islander90

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    it also depends on where you are and what you're doing. with summer here/coming soon, ambient temperatures are gonna be 90+ and if you're outside with your phone in your pocket up against your skin (98.6 +/-), then your phone will be a bit higher than if you're in an AC building with the phone on your desk. Right now I'm inside and my CPU is around 70 and my battery is around 80. When I was driving home last night with the windows down, phone charging, pandora running, and screen OFF, both temps were hovering around 110. I'm running the 800 ULV (even the 900 ULV kept restarting)
     
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    Argh, Sorry man. For some reason, didn't see these values on your OP. My apologies.
     
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    Temperatures and battery life are also highly dependant on the radios you have turned on and the quality of your connections. The radios in our phones kick up a tremendous amount of heat and take a lot of battery, especially if the connection is bad.

    If you haven't seen this done, try running your phone in the Airplane mode for a little while -- all radios off... Basically this turns your phone into a pocket computer, but it also uses very very little battery and runs cool.

    Or, for the reverse effect, turn all of your radios on and travel into a bad connection area... Your phone will be hot in your pocket and your battery life will go down in a very short time as your phone will be struggling to keep a viable connection.

    Apps running on the phone background also contribute to heat and battery consumption, but nothing comes close to the radios for this.
     
  8. bigeric828

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    Yes. I get it when i run ULV kernels. :(

    Basically, do the same thing if you were getting a bootloop. Its basically the next step up from bootloop. If you get bootloop you upper voltage or lower freq. If you get passed bootloop when you change volt/freq but now have android OS, change volt/lower freq again as your getting closer to stable.

    For instance: i get bootloop on ulv 1k. I get high android OS on ulv. 800. SO i have to go LV(nothing lower than .800) to have stable. Though i have custom vsels set with primed kernel which are (probably) lower than chevy's LV kernel but higher than his ULV kernel.
     
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    What exactly would be considered high usage?

    Sent from my Droid using DroidForums
     
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    Well it depend on how much your using your phone. best way to tell though IMO is charge it full(to refresh your battery usage stats) and let your phone just sit there for about 10 minutes to an hour(i usually just do it when i go to bed and check it when i wake up). SO if after the timeframe, check your battery usage. if Android OS is over 20% then your voltage is too low.

    example: I woke up this morning and my Android OS was at 16%. I might even up my vsels a tiny bit just because id rather it even less than 16%.

    Hope this just gives you a bit of a guideline.
     
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    Well in my case with the ULV 800 my Android OS was at 66% after one hour. I took the phone off the charger this morning and just let it sit. After switching to the LV 800 it's at about 3% after 40 mins off the charger.
     
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    :) there ya go. ULV doesn't do nice with your phone.
     
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    3% left or 3% of usage? Was it a stock battery or upgraded batter?
     
  14. bigeric828

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    he means android OS is taking up 3% of the battery...
     
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    What he said...
     
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