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Hi guys,
I'm new to android and I just flash a cook rom with custom kernel to my phone.
I use Kernel Tweaker to set some variable to make it use less battery and smoothly but I see an option called Intelli-plug.
I google this and see it complete replacement for MP-decision.
So what is best of them for battery life and performance at cook rom?
(I think MP-decision is best for Stock rom, correct me if I am wrong )
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Intelliplug is a replacement for mp decision implemented by faux123 if im not wrong . It determines the behaviour of the cpu and gpu. Stock nexus and OG only have mp decision. Intelliplug is a better option

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mp-decision is better.
The only thing the Intelliplug do is causing lags, freezes and other annoying strange things.
imho.
20th May 2014, 10:57 PM |#4  
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mp-decision is better.
The only thing the Intelliplug do is causing lags, freezes and other annoying strange things.
imho.

Any evidence / proof of this "claim"?
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Any evidence / proof of this "claim"?

Well he wrote "In my honest opinion" so i dont think any proof is needed

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Well he wrote "In my honest opinion" so i dont think any proof is needed

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I don't see anything that is making Qualcomm MP-Decision better than Faux123 custom Intelliplug driver His hotplug driver is everything that MP-Decision is lacking of + more battery friendly and less heat generating..
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There's also msm_mpdecision (not to be confused with the mpdecision binary) by showp1984, which is pretty good. It has input boost and is the smoothest I've tried. I'd give that a shot depending on what kernel you're running. In trickster, it'll be a menu in specific called MSM-MPDECISION control (or something like that). CPUQuiet is supposed to be good as well, but I haven't personally run it. Auto_hotplug and mako_hotplug in faux and matr1x are typically better for battery than others, but are not quite as smooth.
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There's also msm_mpdecision (not to be confused with the mpdecision binary) by showp1984, which is pretty good. It has input boost and is the smoothest I've tried. I'd give that a shot depending on what kernel you're running. In trickster, it'll be a menu in specific called MSM-MPDECISION control (or something like that). CPUQuiet is supposed to be good as well, but I haven't personally run it. Auto_hotplug and mako_hotplug in faux and matr1x are typically better for battery than others, but are not quite as smooth.

I wanted to know wat type of decision is used in Nexus4 and 5....coz wen i compare OG nd MAKO using perfmon app i can able to find the difference.... And it looks lyk mako one ia bettr than ours...!!... Am i ryt...

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I wanted to know wat type of decision is used in Nexus4 and 5....coz wen i compare OG nd MAKO using perfmon app i can able to find the difference.... And it looks lyk mako one ia bettr than ours...!!... Am i ryt...

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If you are comparing stock vs N4, yes, they are different; stock should actually be a bit better since Qualcomm doesn't include certain things on Nexus devices. On CM, the mpdecision binary used I believe is from N4 4.2.
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any body can completely explain what relay MP-decision and Intelliplug do? or any body know where I can read complete documentation of those?
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