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Anyone using SetCPU with favorable results for battery?
 
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As far as I know there is no oc-kernel available yet.
 
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Referring to battery life......
 
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Ofcourse you can increase your battery life with using setcpu..for examlpe you chose ondemand governor and put your up threshold and/or your sampling rate higher. But this will make your device less responsive.
I personally lowered those values to increase performance, since the battery life on the one s is pretty awesome
 
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Ofcourse you can increase your battery life with using setcpu..for examlpe you chose ondemand governor and put your up threshold and/or your sampling rate higher. But this will make your device less responsive.
I personally lowered those values to increase performance, since the battery life on the one s is pretty awesome
plz let me know which values u use =)
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