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[KERNEL][JUL.17]Bricked-3.0|3.0.36|v1.4|cmdline|Sweep2Wake|mpdecision|bad ass

16th April 2012, 11:49 AM |#6571  
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The natural frequency of this chip is 1566 MHz...

OK, thanks, it confirm what I think of that is HTC downclock the chip.
 
 
16th April 2012, 12:47 PM |#6572  
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if your kernel were are woman I would marry her
16th April 2012, 01:21 PM |#6573  
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1,5GHz is the default speed of the Sensation XE, which has exactly the same hardware as the "normal" Sensation.

edit: KennyDumah was faster

All people say so but has this been actually verified ? As Qualcomm delivers the CPU chips in various speeds 1 - 1.5 GHz (i took that off the internal info and yes I do work for Qualcomm and no not for the chip.division)

Couldn't it be that better yields go to higher clocks and the ones that are of less production quality go out as lower clocked versions like Intel and AMD do ?

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16th April 2012, 01:28 PM |#6574  
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nice work and thank u for ur kernels
but can u add an option in aroma installer to either install sweep2wake or not
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16th April 2012, 01:34 PM |#6575  
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Hello,
i've just flash last kernel version and I have this message after boot :
android.process.acore stopped unexpetedly...I clear cache and dalvik I boot 2 times.
16th April 2012, 01:34 PM |#6576  
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nice work and thank u for ur kernels
but can u add an option in aroma installer to either install sweep2wake or not
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It's already there

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16th April 2012, 01:39 PM |#6577  
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All people say so but has this been actually verified ? As Qualcomm delivers the CPU chips in various speeds 1 - 1.5 GHz (i took that off the internal info and yes I do work for Qualcomm and no not for the chip.division)

Couldn't it be that better yields go to higher clocks and the ones that are of less production quality go out as lower clocked versions like Intel and AMD do ?

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Correct, that is exactly what happens. For example, my CPU reboots with anything higher than 1.6ghz (original sensation). Obviously, there will be quite a few that will work fine. In theory,Sensation XE should handle overclock better.

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16th April 2012, 02:12 PM |#6578  
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i've just flash last kernel version and I have this message after boot :
android.process.acore stopped unexpetedly...I clear cache and dalvik I boot 2 times.

Just a precision, I use Energy rom last version
16th April 2012, 02:26 PM |#6579  
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show-p1984, thanx for help!!! Now VideoReg works normally when screen is off!!! Oh my God!!!!!!!!
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The first thing I noticed was the speed improvements over faux's kernel, which is odd. Clocks are set to 1512/384 & 594 when off. Yet, things open faster than with faux's kernel at 1728, f.ex. opening system settings/about phone/software information/more is quicker with Bricked at 1512, there's always a tiny delay with faux's kernel when you do this. Any reason as to why this is show-p? It's a very good thing ofcourse but I'm curious.

Sweep2wake is just awesome, I find it easier to use than actually using the hardware button.

So far, battery life seems good, I don't think it's being affected by the sweep2wake feature at all.
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