Ondemand vs Interactive vs Hotplug

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  1. DHO

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    I have been trying to figure out which works best on the GNex for average daily use.

    I am leaning towards interactive, but ondemand has served me well coming from a OG.

    What are your thoughts?
     
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    Stock kernel configured interactive
     
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    That's what the docs recommend and that's what i have set so i concur with captdroid.
     
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    Ondemand is best for battery life but interactive is more responsive.
     
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    Are you guys talking about using SetCPU with the stock kernel?
     
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    I use setCPU with stock kernel
     
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    Those are normal governors for any app/kernel
     
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    Interactive seems to run a bit warmer in my experiences.
     
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    Yup interactive is adjusting constantly to changing conditions. Ondemand will only clock up when it needs to and vice versa.
     
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    You are correct sir.
     
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    I found a pretty noticeable lag difference with on demand, so I went with interactive. Much more responsive.

    In theory on demand should be better on the battery, but I just didn't like how it ran.

    Interactive with a screen off 350mhz profile set gives me very good bat life (4g off unless I need it)

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    I'm still confused about "hot plug"

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