Rooted and undervolting.

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  1. bsmith0731

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    Just curious what you are undervolted too?

    I know every phone is different.
    Here is a pic of my voltage settings..



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    Be careful with those, you're getting pretty low. What kernel are you on? I'm running Franco with his stock voltages and it's rock solid.
     
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    I'm on faux that came with aokp build 30.

    So far it's been stable. What should I change???

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    Dont "set at boot" for a while just to make sure your phone will stay stable at those settings. If it does, yer good to go!
     
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    Exactly. Until you know your phone will run stable that low, don't enable at boot. Good way to get SOD and bootloops.
     
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    I did it a lot lower following a guide and I did get boot loops lol had to restore a nandroid

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    Yeah, you can go absolutely as low as you want, just don't check the box for setting at boot. That way when you boot back up, you'll be in a safe range. :) Undervolting is usually a fairly involved process. Each Nexus is a bit different - you just have to find the right voltage for your device.
     
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