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I thought smart reflex was built into this so you don't need to adjust voltages. Or am I wrong on that?
That's true, your phone UVs itself to the best value (not just the MPU, also IVA and the GPU get UVed )

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Where are the changlog of nightly?

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Where are the changlog of nightly?

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Seriously?! The post right above yours mentioned info about the changelog for nightlies. haha I mentioned it about 2 post previous
 
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Francisco, could you implement a "nightlies" option into your app to make it search for your nightly kernels as well when ticked?

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Francisco, could you implement a "nightlies" option into your app to make it search for your nightly kernels as well when ticked?
It does in the updated app.

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Could anybody check their IRQ CPU Utilization with the "top" command please ?

Since the 18.5(also with the newest r61) nightly i get a constant CPU IRQ load of about 5-10% without doing anything, on 18.4 i get 0% IRQ load.

I think this could cause some serious battery drain, especially in idle.

It could be caused by the sound patch, but to make sure it's not a problem of my phone it would be great if somebody else could check it.
 
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Had anyone noticed that turning on high performance sound will make the audio level quieter? Turning it off makes it loud again.

I don't know if this is a bug or working as intended. I am only noticing it for the first time in r61 due to the sound control settings being real time.

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Anyone else noticed a delay on proximity sensor? I was on a call with a automated service where I should type certain numbers, and every time I return the phone to my ear I accidentally typed some others numbers.

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Had anyone noticed that turning on high performance sound will make the audio level quieter? Turning it off makes it loud again.

I don't know if this is a bug or working as intended. I am only noticing it for the first time in r61 due to the sound control settings being real time.

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Works as intended, a higher dynamic range leads to a lower volume.

In TV, advertisements are usually louder than the rest because of a lower dynamic range, if you want another example

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That's true, your phone UVs itself to the best value (not just the MPU, also IVA and the GPU get UVed )
When you undervolt on franco's kernel you are adjusting the ranges that the Multi Core Processing Unit (MPU) can choose.
I'm not an expert but I remember this as being the same a HAVS (AVS) a hybrid adaptive voltage scale.

Franco's kernel has default voltage of:

350Mhz 1025mV
700Mhz 1203mV
1000Mhz 1317mV

So if I choose:
350Mhz 825mV
700Mhz 900mV
1000Mhz 1000mV

I have now allowed the MPU to choose voltages from:

350Mhz 825mV-962mV
700Mhz 925mV-1127mV
1000Mhz 1000mV-1127mV

Where as default voltages would be:

350Mhz 962mV-1025mV
700Mhz 1127mV-1203mV
1000Mhz 1127mV-1317mV

Now how this effects the choosing of the right voltage by the MPU, and how much energy is used choosing the right voltage, and whether you are strangling the MPU of voltage, I don't know!
I do know if you go too low very bad things happen, at any step of the scale, so even if 350Mhz is low, and 1000Mhz is "too" low, bad things a foot.
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