Kernels-time in state?

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    Anyway to get time in state function working in setcpu with your kernels? im running liquid with your 1100 LV kernel. Its great and runs cool but i like the TIS feature of other kernels.

    Saw other post, thank you.
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    No. Kernel will need to be rebuilt. Check the kernel studio


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    why have i seen kernels that have 0 TIS? is it to save battery? i am cool if people disable TIS to get extra battery time even if its minimal.
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