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Originally Posted by simms22 View Post
trinity works perfectly with rascream. the real question is will it run on your phone, no one can promise that considering all phones are different. but you should try it anyways
Have you tried the latest Modaco ? It is very fast & smooth, honestly even faster than rascream. Stock like for now (kitchen will come later), but it is a space rocket with Trinity !!!

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well, i dont know about that. but, not bad
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Originally Posted by morfic View Post
Smart Reflex off + OC == Stable Maker.
On a serious note SR works wonders at stock conditions.
Our overclocking and undervolting does not fit in and SR's decisions lead to increased instabilities.
Manual control for OC still works best.

Vibration is self explanatory.

Don't even think about the dirty ratios for now.

USB fast charge lets you connect phone to high powered USB ports to charge faster than normal USB charging.
Needs a powered USB hub or mobo or laptop with high current ports.

USB design requires devices to not pull more than 500mA, enabling USB fast charging goes above that if your PC/laptop/hub hardware allows it.

Thermal throttling disables the soft limit leaving you with only the hard overheat shutdown.
It's not advisable, some choose to do it anyway knowing silicon reaching 80-90C is not unheard of.
P4 laptop owners with motherboard monitor likely got used to see worse.

Voltage control should be selfexplanatory
Min max freq also.
Governors and schedulers might benefit from a trip to google (broad subject)

Screen off Max freq is the Max used when screen is off.

Utility functions mirror commonly found recovery or rom tool options.

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Make this explanation a sticky in the first post.

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There should be a rascream for VZW Galaxy Nexus
Phone: Verizon Samsung Galaxy Nexus
ROM: DHO's Protostome B1 (Linaro)
Kernel: Trinity Latest Alpha
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Cool TUV Update?

Any chance for an update to the TUV ROM for us "6,000 Club" folks that are more interested in battery life?
Device: Galaxy Nexus GSM (Maguro)
Kernel: TRINITY 4.3 TNP5
Baseband: UGLL1
Bootloader: MD04
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I tried to benchmark a new rom. Its Slim ICS and with the same settings from MIUI yesterday i only reached 5500 Points with 16xx MHz!!!!
Damn need a new ROM
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Latest kernel work perfect on cm9 ....... Thanks alot morfick u are cool dev

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So I kept having trouble getting over 5500 in benches so I started doing some playing around. I deleted TKT and went back to setcpu and was able to get over 7k on the latest RC 1382 384. I disabled all the smart reflexes and thermal option in TKT and still no luck. I'm using rascream of course. Really dont understand what the issue is.

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Default Battery life

My tests were not conclusive, i would appreciate your thoughts about this.

Comparing to Franco's Kernel, how do you find Trinity's battery life to be? Much better, almost the same?
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