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Im diggin the new 19.0 CFS kernel, i am getting extremely good battery life with it and it's very snappy.
Can you share your settings please.

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Hi there mathkid,

I just noticed that I can't change Ondemand configuration in v19, I tried using NSTools and in an adb shell as root.

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I have the same problem, anyone knows how to fix it? Beyond this, I have no problems, thanks for this kernel
 
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Sample tweaks for battery (smartassV2)...

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echo "500000" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpufreq/smartass/awake_ideal_freq;
echo "200000" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpufreq/smartass/sleep_ideal_freq;
echo "500000" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpufreq/smartass/sleep_wakeup_freq
echo "85" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpufreq/smartass/max_cpu_load;
echo "70" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpufreq/smartass/min_cpu_load;
echo "200000" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpufreq/smartass/ramp_up_step;
echo "200000" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpufreq/smartass/ramp_down_step;
echo "48000" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpufreq/smartass/up_rate_us
echo "49000" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpufreq/smartass/down_rate_us
...or with NSTOOLS (awake ideal freq 500000, sleep ideal freq 200000, sleep wakeup freq 500000...bla bla bla )

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...97&postcount=2
What min/max settings would you recommend? 200/1000 or 200/800? I can't have the minimum at 100 because then my phone gets jittery and I risk SOD when music is playing and screen is off... Would underclocking be better or should I just go up to 1000? I'm trying to save lots of battery :P. I'm also using the Noop scheduler, Deep Idle works for me so I have that on too. Should I keep Noop?
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I'm sure this has been mentioned but why don't the settings stick in nstools?

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I just lost signal, switching between 2G/3G or Airplane mode didn't fix it -- I had to reboot the phone. Any ideas? I'm on stock 4.0.4 with the HSDPA tweak...

I've also been losing signal, just a few times that I noticed. But I flash ROM's on my mom's Huawei Ascend X and she has been losing signal as well, so I was thinking it was a service issue and was gonna call them about it. It is odd, usually don't have this issue.
 
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I'm sure this has been mentioned but why don't the settings stick in nstools?

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I've also been losing signal, just a few times that I noticed. But I flash ROM's on my mom's Huawei Ascend X and she has been losing signal as well, so I was thinking it was a service issue and was gonna call them about it. It is odd, usually don't have this issue.
Personally I think it has to do with the setcpu/nstools type stuff which now comes as part of the ui. Btw, which settings aren't sticking... all?

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Personally I think it has to do with the setcpu/nstools type stuff which now comes as part of the ui. Btw, which settings aren't sticking... all?

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I think it is mostly only the governor. I haven't had much time to play with it but I did notice my smartass v2 setting always switches to lulzactive.

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Some screenes with battery, cm9 v6 + matr1x v19.

Doing this on screens and more. Im impressed. (Msn, 2 hours 37 minutes)

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Lol, can't believe deepidle is questioned again... you guys ever read the threads by bedalus?

matr1x v19 cfs is running great, getting to 100 hours of uptime and it's still smooth.
Lazy is still the best gov for my habits, 100/1000 MHz and deepidle does it's job.
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Lol, can't believe deepidle is questioned again... you guys ever read the threads by bedalus?

matr1x v19 cfs is running great, getting to 100 hours of uptime and it's still smooth.
Lazy is still the best gov for my habits, 100/1000 MHz and deepidle does it's job.
Yes deepidle is questioned again as it turns out that more than a few people here encountered these strange signal lost and all leads to activated deepidle.
Yes, it may save up to 5% - 10% of battery life, I am not arguing that, but when your phone stop operating as a phone ( by losing signal ), who cares about battery life ?

I'm fine without it ,
If it works well for you , lucky you ..
 
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Yeah, guess I'm lucky then.
Or maybe I know a bit more than simply blaiming one feature which has been tested again and again, always proving the accusers wrong? How about seeking the issue in the rom? Can you be sure your's is stable? How about at least trying to understand what this feature does and what not? It's all starting again with false claims, let alone about the modded framework-res.

But hey, if you're happy spreading false things, go ahead. The fact alone deepidle is working fine for me and others proves you wrong already. No need to argue with you. "Luck" isn't an explanation for anything.
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