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20th November 2014, 04:25 PM   |  #3111  
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Can anyone help me with setting up optimax so that it also uses lower frequency steps and puts cores online rather than ramping up to the highest frequency or its optimum frequency? If it's impossible, is there another governor that can do that? I really want to mimic the behavior of the Alucard governor, it seemed very battery friendly back on stock ROM.

i think that bacon is the right one for u, if you want to make some changes looks at here (the interactive part): https://android.googlesource.com/ker.../governors.txt
20th November 2014, 04:45 PM   |  #3112  
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i think that bacon is the right one for u, if you want to make some changes looks at here (the interactive part): https://android.googlesource.com/ker.../governors.txt

Bacon was kind of laggy while still running the CPU at the highest frequency quite a lot, but thanks, I'll check that out.
20th November 2014, 09:43 PM   |  #3113  
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Sorry if I'm being annoying, but screen off frequency doesn't seem to work, I get a few minutes of CPU activity on maximum frequency right after unplugging the phone, without using it.
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Sorry if I'm being annoying, but screen off frequency doesn't seem to work, I get a few minutes of CPU activity on maximum frequency right after unplugging the phone, without using it.

How are you measuring this?
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How are you measuring this?

I'm not trying to troll with these small values, the one for 2265 mhz does increase if the phone is left idle longer.
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I'm not trying to troll with these small values, the one for 2265 mhz does increase if the phone is left idle longer.

You are fine bro, don't sweat it. I appreciate the concern and concise information. I do know that when you turn the screen off it does not immediately scale down to the freq you set. It has a timer just incase you turn the screen back on and to reduce and issues from doing so. Can you take the same screen shots but let your phone stay with the screen off for longer period? Thanks!

Personally I feel it is working as intended. There are others out there that have set the value too low and get SoD's. Still I would love any more info you can provide.
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You are fine bro, don't sweat it. I appreciate the concern and concise information. I do know that when you turn the screen off it does not immediately scale down to the freq you set. It has a timer just incase you turn the screen back on and to reduce and issues from doing so. Can you take the same screen shots but let your phone stay with the screen off for longer period? Thanks!

Personally I feel it is working as intended. There are others out there that have set the value too low and get SoD's. Still I would love any more info you can provide.

Yeah, I'll be back in a few hours with screenshots. Meanwhile, can you suggest anything regarding my other issue - a governor that would evenly spread CPU usage across most frequency steps? I have a feeling I get rather poor battery life when using the phone because it goes all the way to the max too often.
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Yeah, I'll be back in a few hours with screenshots. Meanwhile, can you suggest anything regarding my other issue - a governor that would evenly spread CPU usage across most frequency steps? I have a feeling I get rather poor battery life when using the phone because it goes all the way to the max too often.

I use either OnDemand or Interactive. I would use interactive since I have tuned it to be conservative.
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Bacon does a good job at using most of the frequencies. I'm using 96/2.2ghz currently.

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