Whats a good Kernel for BBv0.3

Discussion in 'Bugless' started by QG9721, Jun 28, 2010.

  1. microsnook

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    Thats exactly what I did, except I did it manually in clockwork recovery...
    I tried chevy, P3, jflg, jakes, and some others i think?
    None of them are working?
     
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    Try it in Rom Manager and update your Recovery through Rom Manager also. If it is already updated install SPRecovery (In 'Flash Alternate Recovery' in Rom Manager) then Re-install Clockwork. Did you try the higher voltage kernels?
     
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    See my signature. Works great.

    Linpack: 18.667
    Quadrant: 1458
    SetCPU Short Bench: 168
    Battery Temp: 31.0 C (right after running Quadrant)
     
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    My buddy and I have had better results torture-testing P3 kernels up around 1.2Ghz. Chevy kernels, although offering very good performance and battery life, just haven't been quite as robust on my hardware. YMMV of course. ;)
     
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    running p3 standard volt 800

    works but i want to try low volt 800 if it gets good reviews.

    if i remember right running 125mhz on the previous froyo builds had it's problems .

    p3 also lets you run conservative for the cpu in setcpu
     
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    jdlfg 1200 v.32.2 runs cool and unreal battery life
     
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    I've been using P3's 1.25Ghz kernel for Froyo ever since it came out. It's a great lv kernel. I run it at 1.25 and it has been rock solid with no discernible heat and good battery life. YMMV
     
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    I have tried it in rom manager too lol
    And my recovery works its up to date and all....

    I guess ill keep trying.