Better governor to prioritize performance rather than power save
I have a rooted sm-p600. I have been finding ways to speed up my tablet and reduce (if not totally eliminate) the lag.
First, I installed wanam xposed module and enabled/disabled the "touchwiz DVFS" option and "Enable boost mode" option. I don't know if it makes any difference and I'm not totally sure either what that option is for. So if anyone could tell me if I should enable/disable it, that'll be great,
Second, I tried to use an overclocking app, "no-frills cpu" and "cpu tuner". I know that I actually have to have a custom kernel which enables overclocking but I really didn't need to overclock my tablet, I just basically want to keep my min and max frequencies to 1.9 so that means, it won't try to underclock my cputo save battery (which the kernel is doing by default). It works great and it DID eliminate the lag and the tablet was so snappy. But there's one glitch. If I lock the tablet, it fails to wake up. And I had to do a forced reboot. But there's one thing I've noticed and this may be of help to someone who is trying to figure out how to eliminate the known lag issue in the note 10.1 (2014). It only hangs if the tablet is not charging. Meaning, if I set the max and min frequencies to 1.9ghz, it hangs (once locked) if the tablet is not plugged into the charger. If I plug it into the charger, even if I lock it and unlock it several times, it doesn't hang.
So, anybody got any clue as to how to resolve this issue? Or has anyone come up with a better kernel for this tablet?