I'm down with donating. Especially after all the help I got from xda today while rooting lol. So how do i set up profiles? It has the default 1228 mhz max 245 mhz min ondemand set up. But I don't know what that means...
I'd like it to underclock when the screen is off and overclock when it's on but then have a temperature setting so if it gets too hot it slow down just in case. This app is pretty confusing to a noob like me Don't even know where to start
To set up profiles simply click "profiles"... ;-)
You're gonna want to set up a couple different profiles if you want it to monitor temps as well. First set up a profile for screen off. Set it to either 245min 245 max or 245 min 368 max. I haven't heard any problems thus far with the tbolt not being able to handle 245-245. Some other android phones (namely the d1) had a few issues with incoming calls and such with those type of settings but as I said, the tbolt seems to handle those clock speeds just fine. You're just going to want to make sure you set the priority on this profile higher than on all of the other profiles as you want your cpu underclocked at all times while the screen is off.
As far a temp profile goes, none of the current kernels have cpu temp monitoring. The best you can do is use the battery temp and hope the cpu temp is similar. It's not always an accurate depiction of cpu temp. In terms of battery temps though, try to stay below 50C (I stay below 45C battery temps just to be safe). It's starts to feel warm in the mid 40's but in reality these batteries are pretty safe up to about 60C. Set that battery temp profile somewhere where you are comfortable with the speed but will allow the cpu will cool down.
You can also set profiles to decrease clock speed when the battery level is low in order to save battery. You really just have to experiment to see what works for you.
As far as governors go, the best choice with the stock kernel is "on-demand". There are other kernels available on ROM manager and in the forums that will lower the voltage (to save battery) and in some cases overclock to 1.5ghz and above. These kernels may very well have different governors available. Usually the "smartass" governor is the best choice but some phones respond better to "on-demand" and "interactive" governors. So again, you just have to experiment and find out what works best for you.
Best of luck!!!
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