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24th December 2012, 07:44 PM   |  #11  
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I flashed the stable kernel this morning and so far its really smooth. I think I'll be sticking to this kernel if battery life is good.

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24th December 2012, 07:47 PM   |  #12  
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Kernel battery life is very good so far. Im at 87 and 1 hour screen on time on AT&T network. IR have you included any of the new touchscreen drivers that recently came out?

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24th December 2012, 07:56 PM   |  #13  
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Kernel battery life is very good so far. Im at 87 and 1 hour screen on time on AT&T network. IR have you included any of the new touchscreen drivers that recently came out?

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What governor are you running?

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24th December 2012, 11:13 PM   |  #14  
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What governor are you running?

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25th December 2012, 12:39 AM   |  #15  
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Just flashed the latest test kernel; all seems well so far and will let you know how it goes today. The only thing I tweaked is changing from cfq to bfq; do you recommended that or sticking with cfq or deadline IR?

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I actually use BFQ more now since it seems to be more responsive for me as well. I can't recommend anything though since we all have different use cases for our phones. I'm thinking of adding ROW as well since Qualcomm since to have integrated it into their kernel version in CodeAurora and seems to be more focused on flash devices.

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Kernel battery life is very good so far. Im at 87 and 1 hour screen on time on AT&T network. IR have you included any of the new touchscreen drivers that recently came out?

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Not really. Can you point me to where I can see those? I don't know if it's ok though to integrate those since if I remember correctly, ClockworkMod didn't work properly when the driver was reverted to a previous version. I don't know if the same is applicable to a more updated version.
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25th December 2012, 01:53 AM   |  #16  
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Yeah, I would add ROW for sure; mathkid has it on his kernel and it seemed to run really well.

p.s. kernel seems nice and smooth, but seemed to run pretty hot after awhile and burn battery a bit faster than I'm used to. Flashing back to Matr1x for now but will try the next version. I tried the experimental and the stable by the way.

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25th December 2012, 01:55 AM   |  #17  
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Been using the latest experimental and its been running pretty smooth. Haven't had any issues and battery life has been decent. I like this kernel so far. Do you think you could add some of the patches Google released for interactive governor and fix the jump to 1024mhz when the screen is touched? That's only thing this is missing so we can get more battery life. I remember battery life was sh** on the nexus one and when I used your kernel it was a night and day difference.

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Been using the latest experimental and its been running pretty smooth. Haven't had any issues and battery life has been decent. I like this kernel so far. Do you think you could add some of the patches Google released for interactive governor and fix the jump to 1024mhz when the screen is touched? That's only thing this is missing so we can get more battery life. I remember battery life was sh** on the nexus one and when I used your kernel it was a night and day difference.

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I've been trying to find where the thing that actually forced the frequency jump is but hasn't figured it out so far. I haven't tried forcibly disabling the hooks between the touchscreen driver and the governor so maybe that will work but I don't like doing it that way. I'll look at the Google patches when I have time to look at it.
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Yeah, I would add ROW for sure; mathkid has it on his kernel and it seemed to run really well.

p.s. kernel seems nice and smooth, but seemed to run pretty hot after awhile and burn battery a bit faster than I'm used to. Flashing back to Matr1x for now but will try the next version. I tried the experimental and the stable by the way.

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Forgot the multi quote thing... Anyways, is the getting hot thing during use or when idle? The only thing I can think of doing this is when you have an app running during idle OR while in use due to the touch frequency jump thing which I still can't find where in heaven it's being triggered.
25th December 2012, 04:23 AM   |  #20  
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I've been trying to find where the thing that actually forced the frequency jump is but hasn't figured it out so far. I haven't tried forcibly disabling the hooks between the touchscreen driver and the governor so maybe that will work but I don't like doing it that way. I'll look at the Google patches when I have time to look at it.

Well...its still a great kernel anyway. I like it. Been using it all day and just now got down to 61% of battery. Deep sleep is awesome. Have you thought about any ramdisk tweaks? Don't mind helping you experiment.

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