Originally Posted by Yank555
Safe, well from a manufacturer's point of view that would be to never use more than stock, hence 1A/h.
Now 1.5A/h have proven safe for some users that use it, but that only makes sense if you du have a power source than provides that much.
By that I mean there's no need turning AC levels up if you're using the (crappy) stock charger, as it barely handles delivering proper 1A/h
Since I don't have any AC charger providing more than 1A/h I don't use it myself, I only use the USB at 1A/h because of my car charger (which is labeled and gives 1A/h) which is wrongfully detected as USB port and thus would only charge at 475mA/h instead.
As long as the other kernel has swap support compiled in and init.d scripts are executed, yes
Okey dokey. Yep. It's the standard samsung charger I'm using. So useles to me setting higher values.
Made in the meantime a 1 GB swap partition on my class 10 sdcard and tried that hard swap feature. Looks fine to me.
Could we have in upcoming kernel releases a option to save and load our own custom preset? I'm flashing with every day CM 10.1 nightlys and have each time to flash the kernel again. Such a feature may give me a bit more of convenience.
Asus Nexus 7 WiFi 16GB, CM 11 nightly, franco.kernel, TWRP
S3 GT-I9300, CM 11 nightly, Yank555.lu kernel (latest)