I see pages back a report of 4h44m of screen on time and it says it's with the stock battery. I have all the tweaks installed in this forum plus the usual things like syncing off and brightness set low. I never see anything over 3h15m off screen on time. How in the world are you doing that? On a side note thanks for these tweaks they have definitely made my phone a lot more smooth if anything just haven't really helped with battery life.
For those not following the Sprint tk thread these are the settings I've ironed out for Pegasus, after this run in going to mess with the freq rq, some people are stating that higher numbers here disables core 2 more frequently.
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Run Queue: We know mutiple processes can run at once on our device. These active processes are placed in an array called a run queue along with their priority values. (Priority is used by the task scheduler to determine which process is to run next) To ensure each process has a fair share of resources, each one is run for some time period then paused and placed back into the run queue. When a program is stopped to let another run - the program with the highest priority in the run queue is then allowed to execute.
Are the phones different due to the kind of processor everyone may or may not have (fast, nominal, slow)? If so, is this the leading reason why some settings work for some, while for others they do not? Is this a testable theory? If it is, maybe we need to collaborate what kind of processor we have and then test settings accordingly to each. Mine is fast.
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