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[KERNEL][GPL][11 OCT - Milestone 6][r196-ICS r283-JB] franco.Kernel | 4.0/4.1 |

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21st April 2012, 04:05 AM |#4091  
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hi Franco, you have any good suggestions for Iva and core UV settings?

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21st April 2012, 04:06 AM |#4092  
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Thanks guys.
21st April 2012, 07:51 AM |#4093  
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The new kernel (141) feels super snappy! Totally in love.
21st April 2012, 12:40 PM |#4094  
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first time Franco kernel user here :)
I recently got my Nexus Galaxy and today I flashed Franco kernel. While using the Franco Kernel Updater app, I've got these questions:
- If I manually undervolt in "OC/UV" tab, do the voltage settings apply on boot? does "Set at boot" affect undervolt settings??
- In "Settings" tab. If I turn on "Generic hotplug", does the "CPU Mode" settings affect generic hotplug when screen is off?
- In "Calibrated voltages" tab. Is there any way to know the current voltages when smartreflex is turned OFF? Also, are my undervolt settings always ineffective when smartreflex is Not disabled?

Thank you very much :)
21st April 2012, 12:48 PM |#4095  
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first time Franco kernel user here :)
I recently got my Nexus Galaxy and today I flashed Franco kernel. While using the Franco Kernel Updater app, I've got these questions:
- If I manually undervolt in "OC/UV" tab, do the voltage settings apply on boot? does "Set at boot" affect undervolt settings??
- In "Settings" tab. If I turn on "Generic hotplug", does the "CPU Mode" settings affect generic hotplug when screen is off?
- In "Calibrated voltages" tab. Is there any way to know the current voltages when smartreflex is turned OFF? Also, are my undervolt settings always ineffective when smartreflex is Not disabled?

Thank you very much :)

Undervolt settings do not set on boot (This will always be the case because undervolting can lead to freezes on boot if voltages are too low)

Generic hotplug shuts down cpu1 when screen is off, so I assume if you are using single core mode, cpu1 is already off thus no cpu is turned off by the generic hotplug (my assumption)

Your undervolt settings are not ineffective when SF is enabled. Your settings will act as the maximum voltage which the SF will hit, so they will be at your set value or lower.

There is no way to check your current voltages (directly) using the calibrated voltages tab (when SF is off), however in the tab it tells you the MHz at which the phone is running at, and then you can go to the UV settings tab and see what you've set that speed to. (as SF is off your phone will always use this value at this clock speed)

With SF off, the phone will use your applied voltage for each frequency
With SF on, the phone will use your applied voltage OR LOWER at each frequency
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21st April 2012, 02:58 PM |#4096  
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Just curious, anyone else experiencing GPS issues? The last three times I went for a run I have been unable to get a signal. I keep up with the nighties and use the on demand governor. No UV and using.cm9. I don't know what other information is helpful/relevant.

And of course, thanks for all the hard work Francisco, it's absolutely appreciated by all!

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21st April 2012, 04:05 PM |#4097  
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Just curious, anyone else experiencing GPS issues? The last three times I went for a run I have been unable to get a signal. I keep up with the nighties and use the on demand governor. No UV and using.cm9. I don't know what other information is helpful/relevant.

And of course, thanks for all the hard work Francisco, it's absolutely appreciated by all!

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Mine works... you sure it's not the rom?

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21st April 2012, 04:08 PM |#4098  
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Mine works... you sure it's not the rom?

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I'll try a new one next time I run. thanks for the suggestion-never had any issues with cm though, but certainly worth trying.

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21st April 2012, 04:12 PM |#4099  
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Cm9 is a good rom, but not done by any means so there's chance something somewhere is not working. Try aokp, I was always loyal to cm until I tried aokp and haven't looked back since.

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Do people recommend using "generic hotplug" does it save a lot of battery?


How about using the "sqlite" setting?
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