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[KERNEL][UV][Linux 3.4.48] Harsh Kernel build June-10

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By Harsh, Recognized Developer on 15th December 2012, 01:42 PM
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how can i tell which cpu chip i have?
 
 
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hi harsh, nice to see you here again. following you in the P990 forum for a long time. so anything from you must be great that i shouldn't miss.
although i have read through your posts, dont really get it..so my noob question:

this kernel should bring me more power or more juice ?

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Many of us P990 fellows have upgraded to Nexus 4 even after saying NO MORE LG .
As it is UV kernel more battery is the thing you get. For me Nexus 4 is already very fast device.

And what I was talking about in previous post is different is each processor chips when manufactured even if they are all same Qualcomm S4 APQ8064, its same like we had in P990, some phones can OC higher but some can't. But good part in here is, manufacturer have an idea of which phone can OC/UV higher than other and its not as blind try and error as in tegra2 we suffered from.

You can identify you CPU chip by below command in terminal.
adb shell dmesg | grep PVS
It will give you some output as given example below
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0.873920] acpuclk-8064 acpuclk-8064: ACPU PVS: 1
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[ 0.873920] acpuclk-8064 acpuclk-8064: ACPU PVS: FAST

If you are on kernel of any other devs you will have it in strings SLOW, NOMINAL, FAST and FASTER
and if you have already flashed my kernel you will have it in numbers from 0 to 3 which indicate SLOW to FASTER.
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16th December 2012, 10:08 PM |#23  
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When I put dmesg | grep PVS in terminal emulator I get " operation not permitted"

EDIT: I GOT IT... "FASTER"

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How did u get it? That happens to me too

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When I put dmesg | grep PVS in terminal emulator I get " operation not permitted"

EDIT: I GOT IT... "FASTER"

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16th December 2012, 11:16 PM |#25  
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How did u get it? That happens to me too

From my PC I had to type a ADB shell and then hit enter first then I put the rest of the command in

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17th December 2012, 12:07 AM |#27  
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Use terminal emulator on the market...it's free

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17th December 2012, 07:23 AM |#28  
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Many of us P990 fellows have upgraded to Nexus 4 even after saying NO MORE LG .

Haha you're right. Sold my p990 in summer and i was like: "LG? Never again!"

But the difference between the Nexus 4 and other LG phones is that
the Nexus 4 is a Nexus and the others aren't
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From my PC I had to type a ADB shell and then hit enter first then I put the rest of the command in

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I did that and got to it saying:

Code:
root@android:/ #
Which is where I typed the dmesg command in.

What I got was:
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dmesg | grep PVS
1 |root@android:/ #
So what I got was just a number rather than the word. I'm using _motley's kernel. The OP says it should be the word if it's not his kernel...
17th December 2012, 05:50 PM |#30  
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How did u get it? That happens to me too

assuming you are rooted with superSU type su in to the emulator and hit enter first to grant permission
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I did that and got to it saying:

Code:
root@android:/ #
Which is where I typed the dmesg command in.

What I got was:
Code:
dmesg | grep PVS
1 |root@android:/ #
So what I got was just a number rather than the word. I'm using _motley's kernel. The OP says it should be the word if it's not his kernel...

Reboot and try again, I got the same problem, somebody in another thread showed the solution

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