Kernels for PEv5

Discussion in 'Project Elite' started by dalkhoutoff, Feb 24, 2011.

  1. dalkhoutoff

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    Which ones are you guys using and what works best for you?
     
  2. doublea500

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    for the people who voted rz, which rz are you using? the default one with pe5?
     
  3. Edi

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    I'm using the default one, it's been working flawlessly on mine.
     
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    did you change any settings? its default is 250-1100 and im not sure about the voltage. i kinda think this is kinda high so i lowered it a bit to 700.
     
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    I left it completely stock.
     
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    does your droid heat up? mine was at a high temp before i changed it
     
  7. nornevrder

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    I am running the default kernal. Once it settled down my droid has been running smooth and cool
     
  8. Edi

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    In the beginning while getting everything done it was a little warm, but it's been cool since.
     
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    I was on stock, but started testing others (currently on Pete's) to see how battery life does. The stock kernel was running a bit hot, and sucked down my battery juice like Brittney Spears with a bottle of Boone's Farm.
     
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    Haha boones farm. I have not heard about that stuff since I was in high school. :icon_eek:
     
  11. buckmarble

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    Can you do me a favor and see if you get any choppiness with the video camera with petes kernel? So far only rzs have given me the choppiness. Slayher and chevy kernals make the videos smooth.

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  12. jcwilliams

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    I'm running stock one and just running at idle the phone sits @75 degrees f. Pretty smooth but ima going to run it stock for a few days and see what happens.

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