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[ICS] Nyan Colonel v5 (Atarashii) Voodoo & No Voodoo

13th April 2012, 03:51 AM |#91  
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I don't usually comment, but I must say, this kernel is great. I love the screen clarity and the font. Battery life is good, too. Wish there were more schedulers and governors, but alas, I cannot complain. Thank you for your work!
 
 
13th April 2012, 03:58 AM |#92  
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100 working perfect for me.........will play w/ this a bit longer to see if I catch any imperfections, LOL, so far none whatsoever.

.........sent from today's android = 4.0.4
13th April 2012, 04:51 AM |#93  
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hey marcusant..

could you possibly make a guide to nstools saying what the various steps should be set to for undervolting? i dont really know what arm voltage and int voltage means and i know undervolting too far can be dangerous... thanks
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13th April 2012, 05:09 AM |#94  
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when I over clock and undervolt using Voltage control, my phone hangs after boot.
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Wow...2007 and 766 posts thus far and you haven't received a single thanks...that's impressive!

Whooaaaa now that was the first thing I did before I even downloaded....just sayin lol.

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13th April 2012, 05:13 AM |#96  
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V4 went a little backwards for me, battery life went to poop compared to v3 and games don't run the same "random lower framerates" . Can't find the sweet spot... gona try a fresh install.

Also nstools kept "loading" up my settings every time I turned my screen back on (little notification on the bottom shown up every time).
13th April 2012, 05:16 AM |#97  
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Once again great work my friend...screen clarity is beautiful....snappy and smooth at the same damn time.....kinda missing wheatly as a gov but smartassv2 & ondemand does wonders for me too....still trying to figure out NSTools tho I'm completely lost on certain parts of that lol other than that running great!

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13th April 2012, 06:59 AM |#98  
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I was getting constant random reboots... went back to v3
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13th April 2012, 08:39 AM |#99  
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It's almost like they have gone out of their way lol

LOL. I've been around since the windows mobile days but I've just been lurking for the most part. I had my last rom on my epic for over 4 months! That never used to happen.

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So having installed and ran half the day I've only run into 1 issue. I lowered my battery charge limit and it will allow me to keep going down, but going up doesn't stick. Is there a file created on the sd card I can remove to restore regular setting as re flashing does nada.

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