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Stock with voodoo & updated star drivers
 
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Stock only with the oc
 
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[CM7/MIUI Kernel][AUG21]CM7-ETaNa v2.6.32.59

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3rd May 2012, 04:46 PM |#3731  
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Your HW monitor in the APP seems to be false... 84C is VERY hot! (you should feel it even without Myrt OTF - and your phone should not be working "normally" under these conditions). I'm using 1.4GHz and did not notice any temperature error / too high with that version of the kernel (even while charging / heavy usage).

May be just a F / C conversion or display problem?

The phone was functioning normally, I was playing a game (Death Rally) and it gets a bit hot, and I go see the temps, because I have just flashed it. I watch in Myrt OTF, and after in System Tuner, and the temps was at that level, a XDA friend, has said to me that the maximum temp of Tegra2 is 70C, so I put the phone at 800 MHz in the moment and let it cool down in off-screen mode. My battery jumps from 34C to 40C in 2 minutes, the time that I played.
 
 
3rd May 2012, 05:02 PM |#3732  
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mmm...i have a nandroid backup if is a kernel problem...

EDIT: data and wifi not working...going to restore the nandroid backup...

forget everything about data...i was out of money...now work....for wifi i'll try when i'll be back home

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3rd May 2012, 05:08 PM |#3733  
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who tryed the latest beta version:

- in and out calls are ok?

No, they are both muted.

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3rd May 2012, 05:29 PM |#3734  
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"who tryed the latest beta version:

- in and out calls are ok?"

I made a phone call but they didn't hear me at the other side. With beta kernel. I also installed Antutu CPU Master and I set profiles but I don't think that's the problem.

Yeah' i noticed too. The nvrm binary caused this
It seems we cant use that version after all. The v20q version working fine with the beta kernel.

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3rd May 2012, 05:35 PM |#3735  
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The phone was functioning normally, I was playing a game (Death Rally) and it gets a bit hot, and I go see the temps, because I have just flashed it. I watch in Myrt OTF, and after in System Tuner, and the temps was at that level, a XDA friend, has said to me that the maximum temp of Tegra2 is 70C, so I put the phone at 800 MHz in the moment and let it cool down in off-screen mode. My battery jumps from 34C to 40C in 2 minutes, the time that I played.

Using a stock battery? Your case seems really strange, my phone already got up to 50C and I REALLY felt the heat. At 84C I'm not sure that the feeling is 'quite hot' but 'on fire!' lol

But system panel AND myrt could not be wrong... may be the battery sensor?...

I don't have many ideas, but even your phone's hot, 84C should not work, damage the phone & so on... It is more probably a sensor or batt' driver problem, I think...

My 2 cents. Can you try with another battery or another kernel version?



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3rd May 2012, 05:58 PM |#3736  
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i didnt experienced the temperature problem, the battery driver didnt caused this, its almost identical like the original v20q battery driver.

but the nvrm_daemon...

im reuploaded the beta version, i revert back to the v20q nvrm daemon for now.

try now. it should be fine.
3rd May 2012, 06:00 PM |#3737  
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Using a stock battery? Your case seems really strange, my phone already got up to 50C and I REALLY felt the heat. At 84C I'm not sure that the feeling is 'quite hot' but 'on fire!' lol

But system panel AND myrt could not be wrong... may be the battery sensor?...

I don't have many ideas, but even your phone's hot, 84C should not work, damage the phone & so on... It is more probably a sensor or batt' driver problem, I think...

My 2 cents. Can you try with another battery or another kernel version?



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Using stock batt, I think it was a sensor software fail, because I flashed a stock-ROM and put an OC kernel, OC'ed to 1300MHz and put a stability test to play, 5 min and it's at 55C using Myrt / System Tuner. I also think it was some type of bug, because my batt gets TOO hot in a very short time, less than 2 min, it goes from 34C to 40C.

Can you run StabilityTest with 1.4GHz and post a screenshot for us? Only to finish the issue
Ah, the ambient temperature here is low today, so wasn't because of ambient temps.
3rd May 2012, 08:17 PM |#3738  
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Maybe the SOD's also eliminated

Nah, I'm sure LG did hide some more..

Btw, I found an interesting thread, maybe you want to have a look at the recommended tweaks they did there: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1621808
Or maybe your kernel is already tweaked better - I don't really understand this kernel stuff, but at the thread I mentioned are nice explanations at the bottom of the first post
3rd May 2012, 08:36 PM |#3739  
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Nah, I'm sure LG did hide some more..

Btw, I found an interesting thread, maybe you want to have a look at the recommended tweaks they did there: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1621808
Or maybe your kernel is already tweaked better - I don't really understand this kernel stuff, but at the thread I mentioned are nice explanations at the bottom of the first post

I already tweaked this values, but thx :)

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Vadonka, I have boot problems with kernels since the version of April 27 but 25 April version not. I don't know what happens :(
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