Originally Posted by Saythis
It flashes, It's based it off the stock CM11S build.prop. According to the logs it seems to ignore the incorrectly specified entries.
Yup because they don't exist. Try the ones I just set up, you'll have to delete the two files added so it can override (see bottom of post).
Alright here is the modified script from @vomer
that was used on the Nexus 5. I've posted this in the past and was able to achieve quite nice battery life and it was my preferred set up right after Franco's default settings out of the box for his kernel.
The settings are more or less the ones from http://forum.xda-developers.com/onep...6#post54291066
which can be manually inserted into FKU if you own the app.
Since that post was made awhile ago, additional changes were also made.
Some of the changes I made include:
- Increased the vibration to the maximum value possible on the OnePlus One.
- Disabled FSync System Call
Since its always asked, what is the battery life?!
Just because I was able to get this battery life doesn't mean you can either. It depends on what you do with your phone in terms of daily usage and your cellular signal.
Voltages are left stock because not all chips are made equally. Just because I can UV to a certain amount doesn't mean that you can too. Tinker around with what UV best fits you, or just leave it stock. The choice is yours ultimately.
This is just the beginning and they were settings from the Nexus 5 which is powered by a Snapdragon 800 processor. Additional settings will be tweaked around with and I'm sure we can achieve better results than the ones I've achieved from the time of that screenshot.
Please provide feedback if you encounter any lag/issues/etc. If you're encountering lag, be more detailed in terms of which apps are causing lag.
If you do encounter lag, set up a Per-App-Mode and set the CPU frequency to 1.5GHz using FKU.
Or just overall boost up the CPU Max to 1.5GHz. In my personal experience, 1.2GHz is sufficient enough to not have any scrolling lag or switching from 1 app to the next.
To remove the script, just delete 51-vomertweaks.sh from /system/addon.d and /system/etc/init.d/01VomerTweaks.