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21st April 2012, 12:18 AM   |  #4071  
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My phone can cook eggs on it downloading large files or just heavy 4g use. It always has no matter what kernel I run!

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Me too and right by the camera it smells like something is cooking lol

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Me too and right by the camera it smells like something is cooking lol

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I'd worry about that... If my phone didn't do it too that is

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Me too and right by the camera it smells like something is cooking lol

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Yea near the top is always on fire
If I download a large movie like 1.5 gb I can cook on top of the screen. Other then that its fine but 4g over a long period gets hot
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21st April 2012, 01:25 AM   |  #4074  
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Just curious is anyone still running 700 min? How's the battery life and are there any overheating issues with the new experimentals?

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I routinely run 700 min regardless of which kernel I'm using. I've had no overheating issues and battery life is great unless you happen to actually use your phone (just kidding). I actually see little or no difference in battery life, but then again I do not obsess about it either. YMMV
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* Disable Sync framework for now - it seems too experimental and it was slowing the kernel down. I also think it was causing few random reboots to some users which makes sense since in the patch description it says it can give a few kernel deadlocks. Everything should be ok now
* Merged another Interactive patch
* Merged a patch from TI that adds 3 local caches for DSSCOMP that improves reliability, autonomy and efficiency of the module
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r141
* Disable Sync framework for now - it seems too experimental and it was slowing the kernel down. I also think it was causing few random reboots to some users which makes sense since in the patch description it says it can give a few kernel deadlocks. Everything should be ok now
* Merged another Interactive patch
* Merged a patch from TI that adds 3 local caches for DSSCOMP that improves reliability, autonomy and efficiency of the module

Jesus ! You're cranking them out fast. 140 was great with lazy governor.
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M2 consistently proves best battery life out of all kernels for my phone. I'm trying to take this a little further and undervolt. I've heard taking everything down "25" from there values as is. So for 1228mhz, take the 1380 to 1355. Is that safe to do for all slots?
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M2 consistently proves best battery life out of all kernels for my phone. I'm trying to take this a little further and undervolt. I've heard taking everything down "25" from there values as is. So for 1228mhz, take the 1380 to 1355. Is that safe to do for all slots?

That should be just fine. If smart reflex is enabled then you probably aren't actually UVing anyway as it's probably doing way more than 25.

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r141
* Disable Sync framework for now - it seems too experimental and it was slowing the kernel down. I also think it was causing few random reboots to some users which makes sense since in the patch description it says it can give a few kernel deadlocks. Everything should be ok now
* Merged another Interactive patch
* Merged a patch from TI that adds 3 local caches for DSSCOMP that improves reliability, autonomy and efficiency of the module

Noob question. What exactly is the sync framework? Like contact / mail sync etc?

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Hey Francisco,

Does selecting the auto flash feature in your app wipe cache and dalvik (davlik?)

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