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Default Overheating protection.

So,what makes my games lag is thermal throttling. As soon as the phone gets 41C,CPU mhz drops to 800 mhz from 1400mhz,thus making the games lag! This haven't happened before on stock ROMs,but now it does and nothings helps. Is anyone having the same problem and can anyone help me get a rid of this issue? Is there any way to turn that limit off?
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On the google play there is an app called samsung dvfs disabler. You need to download it but additionally you need to install xposed framework to make it work and must have rooted phone

Disabling touchwiz dvfs should help with your problem.

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On the google play there is an app called samsung dvfs disabler. You need to download it but additionally you need to install xposed framework to make it work and must have rooted phone

Disabling touchwiz dvfs should help with your problem.

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Haha,funny thing is,after weeks of searching,and the no-sleep last night,I finally found this thing,and here's your post.

Thanks for trying to help,though!

P.S Btw,still checking,as I haven't tested if it works still.
Update: Works! Happy than ever!
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And remeber not to OC your phone because cpu temp raises a lot of quicker. Its a waste of time from my experience. If you are on the boeffla kernel or any other modifed you can just make some UV it can reduce temps by 1-2 celcius.

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And remeber not to OC your phone because cpu temp raises a lot of quicker. Its a waste of time from my experience. If you are on the boeffla kernel or any other modifed you can just make some UV it can reduce temps by 1-2 celcius.

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Nah,I never liked overclocking and undevolting,ever. Though I'm experienced with that and remember using my phone overclocked. Thanks to my experience,it was running fine. But then I reverted again to stock. I just don't like tweaking my phone's CPU because,I don't know why,but I like to have what I've got out of the box. I feel better with my stock 1400 mhz,even when I know 1600mhz really helps with speeds.

I'm undervolting only on AOSP ROMs to get better battery life (at least as stock) and it helps.
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wow, BIG THANKS for @luq529 for finding it, and of course @AssassinGEO for letting me know about it!! finally awesome news!! and hail @wanam of course!!
 
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wow, BIG THANKS for @luq529 for finding it, and of course @AssassinGEO for letting me know about it!! finally awesome news!! and hail @wanam of course!!
I feel your happiness,bro

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I feel your happiness,bro

"Which one thing should you do before death? Play PSP Gran Turismo for hours without watching a battery temperature notification"

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