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[KERNEL] [GPL] [GN] franco.Kernel r398

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26th May 2012, 01:09 PM |#17101  
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is it a known issue that color settings reset on reboot with cm9? and if so, is there a workaround like for the frequencies/governor?

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26th May 2012, 01:21 PM |#17102  
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I actually did a fresh install and haven't installed the app. Wanted to see how it went without messing with it too much. What's the default? I'm assuming its your min frequency? Min is 384 -1228.

Thanks for your response.

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Last time I checked it was 384/1228 and OnDemand.

As I said in the other thread, I'm running r166 and no lag at all.

R166 sorted the unlock lag and 729 min on Interactive guarantees no wake lag for me.

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26th May 2012, 01:43 PM |#17103  
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How much more battery do you think 729 Mhz (min) will drain? If overclocking from 350-ish?
26th May 2012, 01:49 PM |#17104  
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Franco, I have a feature request for your app...any way you can put a backup feature into the app so we can backup the last known working kernel/app settings in case something goes wrong with the latest nightly? I have never had anything happen thankfully, but things can always go wrong. This way, worst case scenario we can go to recovery & flash the last know working config/kernel. Probably a lot of work on your part to construct but it could be a lifesaver for some?

Thanks for your work!
26th May 2012, 02:02 PM |#17105  
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Just out of curiosity, since wifi voltages are tied in radio voltages would that mean that we can over voltage it past 2.0 so it might have a chance to boost radio signal far stronger than its ever been? While also giving the chance to blow stuff up of course but that's what makes this fun :)

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26th May 2012, 02:17 PM |#17106  
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Franco, I have a feature request for your app...any way you can put a backup feature into the app so we can backup the last known working kernel/app settings in case something goes wrong with the latest nightly? I have never had anything happen thankfully, but things can always go wrong. This way, worst case scenario we can go to recovery & flash the last know working config/kernel. Probably a lot of work on your part to construct but it could be a lifesaver for some?

Thanks for your work!

Its not a bad idea. I know Ezekeel programmed something similar and I think its a really useful feature. I'll strongly think about it

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Just out of curiosity, since wifi voltages are tied in radio voltages would that mean that we can over voltage it past 2.0 so it might have a chance to boost radio signal far stronger than its ever been? While also giving the chance to blow stuff up of course but that's what makes this fun :)

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I didn't say it was tied to radio voltage. I said there might be a possibility according to the info I gathered. Over volting might not be a good idea at all.
26th May 2012, 02:30 PM |#17107  
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With 166 set to power saver my phone only dropped 2% over night (6 hrs 45 min) not too bad.

And I've only had one data drop but when it came back it had quite a bit stronger signal.

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With 166 set to power saver my phone only dropped 2% over night (6 hrs 45 min) not too bad.

And I've only had one data drop but when it came back it had quite a bit stronger signal.

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I'm going to try that as I get around 8% bleeding overnight :)

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26th May 2012, 02:56 PM |#17109  
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R166 really super fast

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Really? I think that about 165. 165 was really smooth and fast. And for some reason I got better wifi signal on 165. That could just be a coincidence though. 166 is giving me some lag.

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26th May 2012, 03:06 PM |#17110  
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Really? I think that about 165. 165 was really smooth and fast. And for some reason I got better wifi signal on 165. That could just be a coincidence though. 166 is giving me some lag.

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No man... for me r166 512 gpu so ****ing fast and stable good signal wi fi and all ..... i use paranoid android rom

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26th May 2012, 03:07 PM |#17111  
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If I've understood it correctly:

Power Mode makes use of both cores at 129/1344 Mhz
Power Save makes use of only one core and at a low clock
Music Mode makes use of one core and at a slightly higher clock than power save
Balanced makes use of both cores at normal clock

Correct me where I'm wrong.

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