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5th May 2012, 07:56 PM |#3741  
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I use SetCPU. It doesn't seem to tax the battery so I set my CPU min and max and screen off profile on there..my idle battery drain is actually a bit better than this screenshot but hey, its day 1...lol

Oh ok. Can you use setcpu and NSTools together?
 
 
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Oh ok. Can you use setcpu and NSTools together?

Yup, sure can. As a matter of fact, I THINK you can turn on BLN,BLD, etc with NSTools then delete it and the settings will stick...at least they used to.

Also, I wrote up a script that enables those nice voodoo color settings from Themes and Apps section on boot if anyone wants the script...
5th May 2012, 08:38 PM |#3743  
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Your kernel is super fast!

I made this video to show an iOS fan that Android isn't laggy and slow http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UCy_u...ature=youtu.be

Great work.
5th May 2012, 08:54 PM |#3744  
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5th May 2012, 08:58 PM |#3745  
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Your kernel is super fast!

I made this video to show an iOS fan that Android isn't laggy and slow http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UCy_u...ature=youtu.be

Great work.

What rom and settings are you running in that video? I can't get my ns to go that fast.

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Oh ok. Can you use setcpu and NSTools together?

Yes you can but something for you to remember. Setcpu will override the CPU settings in nstools. As it should. Otherwise your screen off profiles wouldn't stick. I setup my setcpu first and then setup the nstools. The ONLY things I use nstools for is setting bln, scheduler and deep idle.

Min/max CPU, governor and screen off profile is setup with setcpu.

If you haven't tried the wheatley governor you are missing out on the best screen off governor for our phones. While it isn't the best gov for everyday use it is by far the best screen off governor. With it setup as screen off profile, my phone only loses about 1% battery every 4 hours.
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What rom and settings are you running in that video? I can't get my ns to go that fast.

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I running Bugless Beast(4-06-12), Matr1x kernel 19.5(of course), Nova Launcher, lulzactive governor and 1.3ghz OC - that's it as far as performance tweaks.

This kernel brings great battery life and speed, Mathkid is very talented.
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Yes you can but something for you to remember. Setcpu will override the CPU settings in nstools. As it should. Otherwise your screen off profiles wouldn't stick. I setup my setcpu first and then setup the nstools. The ONLY things I use nstools for is setting bln, scheduler and deep idle.

Min/max CPU, governor and screen off profile is setup with setcpu.

If you haven't tried the wheatley governor you are missing out on the best screen off governor for our phones. While it isn't the best gov for everyday use it is by far the best screen off governor. With it setup as screen off profile, my phone only loses about 1% battery every 4 hours.

what scheduler?

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I usually use Noop. However some have had really good results with the stock deadline.
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I usually use Noop. However some have had really good results with the stock deadline.

Snoop and Deadline both work great. I usually use deadline because I forget to scroll down and try others when I am flying through my setup. So I decided to run YouTube straight after my earlier screenshot and here's the screen on time before I stuck it on the charger....damn..stuck on charger with 10% battery left. So that's what's left here. Loving 19.5!
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