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Discussion in 'Blackdroid' started by the blackdroid, Mar 30, 2010.
Thanx all for ur MM advice. Gonna try it tonite...unless BD has some other plans for us 2nite. LOL
Hey oaklandexplosion, loading widget still just shows battery temp in C and F.. CPU temp is nowhere to be found... strange in a CPU app.
Battery like this.
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Here you go....
PS: Sometimes I will have to push MM themes multiple times to get them to work. I have never had this issue with any themes I have created though.... so I am not really sure what causes this issue.
Be careful with some of these. R1Lover made his so they are compatible with this V9 build. I used his and modified to my liking.
I tried the round battery one in an earlier build and man it messed up my phone. Had to restore from a backup.
Here are instructions on how to change battery icon ONLY and clock color as well
Not sure if it is compatible with UD v9
Could be a kernel problem. Try lower voltages/oc's with Chevy's. Mine was doing that when I tried the 1.2 MV of Chevy's, dropped it to 1.1 MV and it purred. I also tried the 1.2 LV of Chevy's and it purred too, so I stuck with it. Trial and error.
Not an expert but it looks like it should be ok. Just make sure you always do a backup before you try something like this.
Just installed MM and R1's new theme (just the notification bar stuff) and so far, so good. Thanx for the advice.
i actually did some reading on that question a couple days ago. It seems that there is no actual temp reader on the CPU itself. The CPU reports to something else which monitors both the CPU and the battery, at what update speed is unknown. Also the same device sends information to the system, at an unspecified interval, as to what the temperature atm is. That is where SetCPU gets its temp from. I started looking into it because the SetCPU widget and TempMonitor app were never correct. So take this as you will but I dont think there is a "sure fire way" of ever telling what the Temp of your CPU at that moment is, its just not in the hardware capabilities.
I use a great app called TempMonitor. It does check the cpu sensor and reports back as often as you'd like it to.
yeah, just found it a few minutes ago.. It'll do the trick.