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Dori may i request a feature that is not an extreme one , As i posted earlier **and was removed for no reason (Thank you mod)**


1.) Can u please have a slider or menu in s-tweaks for undervolting or overvolting all the cpu voltages( range +/- 150 mv maybe in steps of +/- 25) from 0 - 1150 mhz it would really useful to many users (including me) that have to do this every time they install a new update.

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2.) just like 2 buttons that would add +25 mv and -25 mv to 0 - 1150 mhz


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Default Re: [Kernel 3.1.Y][07 Feb] Dorimanx 7.47 ICS+JBMALI SGII 8 Platforms +Touch Recovery+

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Yes, will be a nice feature, if it is possible. Its a bit annoying to need some minutes more after every change of kernel, just by setting thousands of sliders
Btw, normally the restore function is enough, but not sure this works with every new kernel with some new settings. So how about selectively restoring groups of settings (with some more buttons or selectors on the Backup/Restore Tab)? If possible, that will be greatest of all...
I think this is going to be complicated, for something simple. It's good as it is now. Having more tabs to uv makes stweaks also slower to load.

U can set your stable voltages in STweaks, that you are sure your device can handle. And use a 3rd party app like setcpu, voltage control to test experimental voltages. (don't set on boot)

This way you know that your device can boot up, (experimental voltages will always SOD, sometime of the day, and then you'll boot up with your normal(stable) voltages in STweaks or else you have to reset.) And you can experiment further. .
(Setcpu saves your last voltage when u boot so just 1 click.)

And also uving -25/-50mv on all freqs makes no sense, u might be able to uv 1100mhz by -150mv, but 500mhz will SOD by -25mv for example

And no you can't restore your kernel settings with such advanced kernel, or you have to take a lot of time to incorporate that, that means +1~10 tabs with restore functions ? that will cause STweaks make loading for ever.. And he can better spend his time developing than making restore tabs for lazy people=p

I just backup my stweaks settings then open it with text editor and apply the settings manually
Restoring old backup doesn't work tho, Stweaks get's reseted automatically when you change kernel.

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I think this is going to be complicated, for something simple. It's good as it is now. Having more tabs to uv makes stweaks also slower to load.

U can set your stable voltages in STweaks, that you are sure your device can handle. And use a 3rd party app like setcpu, voltage control to test experimental voltages. (don't set on boot)

This way you know that your device can boot up, (experimental voltages will always SOD, sometime of the day, and then you'll boot up with your normal(stable) voltages in STweaks or else you have to reset.) And you can experiment further. .
(Setcpu saves your last voltage when u boot so just 1 click.)

And also uving -25/-50mv on all freqs makes no sense, u might be able to uv 1100mhz by -150mv, but 500mhz will SOD by -25mv for example

And no you can't restore your kernel settings with such advanced kernel, or you have to take a lot of time to incorporate that, that means +1~10 tabs with restore functions ? that will cause STweaks make loading for ever.. And he can better spend his time developing than making restore tabs for lazy people=p

I just backup my stweaks settings then open it with text editor and apply the settings manually
Restoring old backup doesn't work tho, Stweaks get's reseted automatically when you change kernel.

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this wont be difficult at least my second method, if i knew the commands to program i would do it **i love programming but know none**
all u have to do is add +/- 25 to all

button press --> +25 100 mhz
button press --> +25 200 mhz
button press --> +25 300 mhz
till 1150 or something

slider right --> +25 100 mhz
and so on
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Configuration for CPU / GPU on Dorimanx
 
. . CPU . . . . . . GPU . .
1600-1500 . . 520-1400
1500-1475 . . 440-1350
1400-1350 . . 330-1200
1300-1325 . . 200-950
1200-1300 . . 108-800
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I think this is going to be complicated, for something simple. It's good as it is now. Having more tabs to uv makes stweaks also slower to load.

U can set your stable voltages in STweaks, that you are sure your device can handle. And use a 3rd party app like setcpu, voltage control to test experimental voltages. (don't set on boot)

This way you know that your device can boot up, (experimental voltages will always SOD, sometime of the day, and then you'll boot up with your normal(stable) voltages in STweaks or else you have to reset.) And you can experiment further. .
(Setcpu saves your last voltage when u boot so just 1 click.)

And also uving -25/-50mv on all freqs makes no sense, u might be able to uv 1100mhz by -150mv, but 500mhz will SOD by -25mv for example

And no you can't restore your kernel settings with such advanced kernel, or you have to take a lot of time to incorporate that, that means +1~10 tabs with restore functions ? that will cause STweaks make loading for ever.. And he can better spend his time developing than making restore tabs for lazy people=p

I just backup my stweaks settings then open it with text editor and apply the settings manually
Restoring old backup doesn't work tho, Stweaks get's reseted automatically when you change kernel.

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I didn't talk about more and more tabs, as you said, stweaks is slow enough with last additions
I like a setup -25 for all, its stable for since all dori versions i know. I don't want to test something, i know that my setup is stable and it will be cool to set all the variables with one or two clicks after upgrade, backup didnt do that if too much changed in stweaks config.
Btw, maybe we discuss that in non-development thread, all i wanted is to ask for useful feature, hope i did it right for this thread...
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New feature request: it's possible to install different Wi-Fi drivers depending on the rom running on the phone?
In this way I think we can restore Wi-Fi hotspot for CM 10.1 and avoiding drain, without preventing other roms from running with latest Wi-Fi driver.
Just wondering, don't know if this can be done ^^"
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+1, would be so awesome
That'll give full cm10.1 and root box 4.2.1 support .

I think it could be possible to do it simply by blacklisting one of the two drivers with a boot parameter, and we could even choose the one to use using stweaks.
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I previously reported a bug which I wasn't sure it is kernel related or not.
Now I'm sure it's related to kernel. It happens in all 4.2.1 Roms, including, CM10.1,AOKP,Slimbin,Rootbox and PA. and all ROMs based on these.
This happens when "slide2wake" is enabled. It not only register slide from left to right, but all the touches and in a proper screen underneath the dark screen(for example if lockscreen is disabled) it can launch events,just like when the screen is on. The most serious case happens during a phone call. it register every touches and since the phone is not locked, it can pulls down notification drawer, ends a call, pulls up dial-pad and etc depending on where the phone touches your face.

here is my old logcat link, I've logged it during phone call.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/atta...7&d=1359915587
 
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I previously reported a bug which I wasn't sure it is kernel related or not.
Now I'm sure it's related to kernel. It happens in all 4.2.1 Roms, including, CM10.1,AOKP,Slimbin,Rootbox and PA. and all ROMs based on these.
This happens when "slide2wake" is enabled. It not only register slide from left to right, but all the touches and in a proper screen underneath the dark screen(for example if lockscreen is disabled) it can launch events,just like when the screen is on. The most serious case happens during a phone call. it register every touches and since the phone is not locked, it can pulls down notification drawer, ends a call, pulls up dial-pad and etc depending on where the phone touches your face.

here is my old logcat link, I've logged it during phone call.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/atta...7&d=1359915587
I've noticed this some kernels back!

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I previously reported a bug which I wasn't sure it is kernel related or not.
Now I'm sure it's related to kernel. It happens in all 4.2.1 Roms, including, CM10.1,AOKP,Slimbin,Rootbox and PA. and all ROMs based on these.
This happens when "slide2wake" is enabled. It not only register slide from left to right, but all the touches and in a proper screen underneath the dark screen(for example if lockscreen is disabled) it can launch events,just like when the screen is on. The most serious case happens during a phone call. it register every touches and since the phone is not locked, it can pulls down notification drawer, ends a call, pulls up dial-pad and etc depending on where the phone touches your face.

here is my old logcat link, I've logged it during phone call.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/atta...7&d=1359915587
Doesn't happen on SLimbean 4.2 rc2
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MEMORY/BUS OC would be awesome! 5-10% OC.. remember the old SGS1 series lol
i9100 -> Dead screen (both),battery,compass (1600/520)---MONEY BACK

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Touch HD dead digitizer.. replacement.. newton ring @ 787MHz Overvolt

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