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[KERNEL][ICS][3.0.21] KernelSk8 v2.2 (12/12/12)

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2nd February 2013, 10:13 PM |#221  
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Re: [KERNEL][ICS][3.0.21] KernelSk8 v2.2 (12/12/12)
What's the difference between the two?

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2nd February 2013, 11:23 PM |#222  
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What's the difference between the two?

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I'm seeing less bugs with Android Tuner. Almost all of the tweaks I did on system tuner never stuck on boot.

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5th February 2013, 03:41 AM |#223  
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Is anyone turning off the other 3 cores to save battery life? Or is everyone undervolting for all four cores and just underclocking them? Just curious. I was gonna try undervolting -50 and only using one core at 900/1000 mhz.
5th February 2013, 05:22 AM |#224  
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Is anyone turning off the other 3 cores to save battery life? Or is everyone undervolting for all four cores and just underclocking them? Just curious. I was gonna try undervolting -50 and only using one core at 900/1000 mhz.

I actually have no idea how to disable the cores lol. But I'd prefer leaving them alone and just underclocking @ 702MHz and adjusting the frequencies per app with SetCPU. With the conservative governor, I see deep sleep through 486MHz being used above all else.

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5th February 2013, 05:59 AM |#225  
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I actually have no idea how to disable the cores lol. But I'd prefer leaving them alone and just underclocking @ 702MHz and adjusting the frequencies per app with SetCPU. With the conservative governor, I see deep sleep through 486MHz being used above all else.

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Android Tuner will allow you to disable the cores. The snapdragon processors are the only ones that allow it, I think. Just a tid bit of info. Anyway, you can hit the arrow on the left side of the governor and it drops CPU 1-3 down. They'll either be free or online, and you can tap them to be offline which disables them. As far as I know, Android Tuner doesn't have the ability to set application profiles. You can also adjust individual frequencies of each core. The phone runs pretty smoothly with 1 CPU @ 1Ghz and ondemand. Haven't tried with the new kernel and conservative governor.

I've been using it because I can't get SetCPU to see or set voltages. Dunno what's up.

I'll try setting with SetCPU and not worrying about the cores. I know you posted about 36 hours and 6 hours of screen time, so you're doing something right, lol.
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11th February 2013, 07:45 AM |#226  
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Any word on a JB kernel?
12th February 2013, 03:53 AM |#227  
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Re: [KERNEL][ICS][3.0.21] KernelSk8 v2.2 (12/12/12)
Idk if our hardware is capable but could you look into enabling USB otg

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7th March 2013, 12:33 PM |#228  
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It's not capable. There was a post from Google on Google code about it. Hardware incapable of otg due to inability to provide 5v and 550mah to the micro usb port.

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8th March 2013, 03:29 AM |#229  
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It's not capable. There was a post from Google on Google code about it. Hardware incapable of otg due to inability to provide 5v and 550mah to the micro usb port.

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Thanks lol lg

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8th March 2013, 03:48 AM |#230  
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It's not capable. There was a post from Google on Google code about it. Hardware incapable of otg due to inability to provide 5v and 550mah to the micro usb port.

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Does this also mean no possibility of USB audio out?
8th March 2013, 03:58 AM |#231  
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I don't know.

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