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[MOD] Aroma | UV | 09-Jan | New dualcore configuration of 1.1/1.2-abov bricked kernel

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11th May 2012, 05:47 PM   |  #21  
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Iba I notice that media scanner takes extremely long to complete after applying the script. Is it possible to use badass or on demand as screen off governor?

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i could create a faster rumping up conservative.. or a badass with different levels..

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i could create a faster rumping up conservative.. or a badass with different levels..

i'll post it here.. 10 minutes

No idea how much MHz it needs but it was at least four times faster to finish loading with badass at 486maxscrnoff (based on the awake time).

Findings: the UI is definitely smoother with this script. Shall report battery life tomorrow. Great job iba

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No idea how much MHz it needs but it was at least four times faster to finish loading with badass at 486maxscrnoff (based on the awake time).

Findings: the UI is definitely smoother with this script. Shall report battery life tomorrow. Great job iba

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It's because mpdecision can turn on second core to maxfreq..

Try tweaked conservative.. if it's not good.. try badass..

My idea is.. use conservative for better power consuption in standby.. ondemand increase at maxfreq even if you touch the screen..
For more power in standby, there's the badass tweaked for low rumping up.. but.. more power = more consuption = less battery!
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Thanks! Will try it out

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12th May 2012, 05:53 AM   |  #25  
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Iba, your script is excellent! :thumbup:


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12th May 2012, 08:04 AM   |  #26  
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Iba, your script is excellent! :thumbup:


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What do you try?
I'm trying force conservative and for now very well!
Ilba you what advice?
Bye and thank you for your wonderful work
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What do you try?
I'm trying force conservative and for now very well!
Ilba you what advice?
Bye and thank you for your wonderful work

Used the badass one

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Iba, your script is excellent! :thumbup:


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ahah..bricked kernel is excellent! i'm only changing some settin with mine, the great job is created by badass governor

what script are you using?
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What do you try?
I'm trying force conservative and for now very well!
Ilba you what advice?
Bye and thank you for your wonderful work

i advice the stock script in OP.. because it has a better one configuration for lowering power consuption in standby.. about 50ma in standby means 50mAh per hour.. 1520 / 50 = 30 hours of standby (i have about 30mA with UV)

the goal is to have a conservative governor + low frequency, maxfreq is at 540mhz..
if you use the conservativeboost, it has a faster ramping up, with 1.5ghz of maxfreq
the badass is the worst for battery performance because, badass is a governor witch use the ondemand system, so, when system need little power, it increase frequency at maxfreq.. even i lock the first freq at 384, when system needs more than 192, it comes to 384 too fast than conservative.. if system need more than 384, it comes to 756, and not at 432..
conservative increments frequency side by side.. badass and ondemand increments at maxfreq.. so.. with badass one.. you have more speed up performance, with much more power consuption

p.s. with conservative boost if system need, for example, 1ghz, it could rump ap at 1 ghz, it's not so fast as a badass or ondemand configuration, but, it's the same..

if you can.. i advise the stock in OP.. or try the conservativeBoost


p.s. guyz.. yesterday i got 4.5 hours of screenON with data active and 2.5 hours of web browsing witch huge UV and anker battery
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Ilba thanks for your perfect explain.
At first i don't read well your instructions so I installed your mod on not stock bricked kernel settings with a lot of problems...
Yesterday I reinstall the kernel with stock sett and I tried conservative mod...
Battery life is lovely but I have a system lag with a lot of application in background and with "noom" app open... I have also some reboot of Rosie and also one system reboot...
Now I retray with op mod on correct kernel sett...
I report you tomorrow! ;)

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