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So starting to experiment now with the Governor adjustments, made a few adjustments to the settings that were posted to get cpu1 offline a bit faster and toggle at higher loads when needed. Undervolted -100 now instead of -75 all across the board. Performance is still great so far, going to see how my adjustments effect battery life. As for CPU temps, 95f while in heavy usage and 85 during idle it seems. All the information you guys have provided the community is great !
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Would the process be the same in the OP for any other rom . I'm on synergy.

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Would the process be the same in the OP for any other rom . I'm on synergy.

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Yes, should work on any TW or AOSP ROM. Some ROMs actually have the files removed but be sure to verify that files in /system/bin have been renamed or are not present.
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Out of curiosity do you have the nominal or fast processor? (correct me if I'm wrong with my terminology), I understand the “fast" one can handle more undervolting correct? I have the nominal, and so far I haven't had any trouble with the settings you just posted. I was just curious what you had.

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I know I've read it somewhere, but I can't seem to find it now...anyone have a link to how to find out if we have a fast or nominal proc? Thanks in advance.

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some screenies of your battery stats would help us help you better, especially from BBS.
Okay I've attached screenies of everything I can possible think of, this is with my phone being unused for most of the day since it's just hanging out in my pocket while I'm working, thanks
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I know I've read it somewhere, but I can't seem to find it now...anyone have a link to how to find out if we have a fast or nominal proc? Thanks in advance.

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Reboot
Immediately open terminal emulater
Type su
Press enter
At the # type
dmesg grep | ACPU
Press enter
The dmesg line is case sensitive


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Okay I've attached screenies of everything I can possible think of, this is with my phone being unused for most of the day since it's just hanging out in my pocket while I'm working, thanks
One thing I notice is poor signal which plays a huge factor in battery life. Also can you provide a screenshot of your kernel and partial wake locks in BBS since unplugged?

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Keep getting this...



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I fixed that by installing busybox free from the play store and using the smart install from the app

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I fixed that by installing busybox free from the play store and using the smart install from the app

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I thought I had it installed, but I'll give it a shot.

Edit: I already had BB installed, updated it with the latest, rebooted and same error.

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