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Sorry if this is the wrong place to post this question. I'm not sure what forum it belongs under. In the Other Mods section of the kernel settings, is there any reason to check the box "Use ondemand governor"? It's ambiguous to me what governor this implies. Does checking this enable Elementalx's governor, or force using Android's native one?
 
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No, that's a development thread. Questions like these belong in the Q&A section.
 
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Sorry if this is the wrong place to post this question. I'm not sure what forum it belongs under. In the Other Mods section of the kernel settings, is there any reason to check the box "Use ondemand governor"? It's ambiguous to me what governor this implies. Does checking this enable Elementalx's governor, or force using Android's native one?
The "ondemand" governor is (IIRC) Android's native CPU governor. ElementalX has its own, eponymous default governor. So by checking "Use ondemand governor", you'd be using Android's native CPU governor.

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Sorry if this is the wrong place to post this question. I'm not sure what forum it belongs under. In the Other Mods section of the kernel settings, is there any reason to check the box "Use ondemand governor"? It's ambiguous to me what governor this implies. Does checking this enable Elementalx's governor, or force using Android's native one?
ElementalX governor is default

Checking ondemand during install will cause it to use ondemand instead of elementalx governor


You can ask this kind of thing in the development thread, it's just by random chance I happened to see this.
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