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I have solve problem above, another thing, how did you configure this stuff

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Another stuff, which one you think is better? On-demand or intellidemand?

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maybe stupid question : did you try it without Lux (uninstall or freeze) , and see if the problem remains?
Dude, fast question, which one is better for performance an bat? Intellidemand or ondemand?

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Kernel is great but can you please tell me if its a bug that it shows 0 total space on the storage?
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I have solve problem above, another thing, how did you configure this stuff

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Another stuff, which one you think is better? On-demand or intellidemand?

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Dude, fast question, which one is better for performance an bat? Intellidemand or ondemand?

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Hi Tinchoska...in theory, intellidemand should give you almost same performance as ondemand, but is easier on the battery, because it tries to use less often the higher freq's.
But as with all cpu governors, it all depends on how they are tuned with the paprameters. I didn't test intellidemand long enough to check this.
Gonna try 2.7 later on today, and test the new ondemand, and maybe after that intellidemand, and see
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Hi Tinchoska...in theory, intellidemand should give you almost same performance as ondemand, but is easier on the battery, because it tries to use less often the higher freq's.
But as with all cpu governors, it all depends on how they are tuned with the paprameters. I didn't test intellidemand long enough to check this.
Gonna try 2.7 later on today, and test the new ondemand, and maybe after that intellidemand, and see
That's why I ask, I know that dori has modified on-demand parameters making it better for battery life. On intellidemand I am having this
This for me is awesome, but it is with WiFi on all the time 2g instead of 2g/3g and data off all those hours.

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That's why I ask, I know that dori has modified on-demand parameters making it better for battery life. On intellidemand I am having this
This for me is awesome, but it is with WiFi on all the time 2g instead of 2g/3g and data off all those hours.

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I can't really compare this to my personal results, because I probably use mine differently. But if I use my estimation and rule of thumb, this seems pretty much ok. You have 3 hours of screen on time, and you're more than half a day on battery, and 64% battery left.
( my estimation : 10% per hour screen or per day little use, so that would be 3x10+0.5x10 = 35% battery )

My current charge cycle at the end of today will be : 5 days and 3+ hours screen on time ; 20% left ; I'm using ondemand right now...
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-does pvs_bin is a really effective parameter on battery life or it doesn't really matter on voltage usage ? mine is 3 !! is it OK ? or its a kernel condition that is same for everyone ?? i'm on stock(kernel) right now! because I have never been satisfied with my battery usage ,don't know something is draining my battery or I've destroyed it???
-another thing ! rebooting a lot into recovery doesn't hurt phone ? battery or CPU .... I mean flashing roms 4 time in a day with low battery for example or flashing kernel 50 time in a day as Dori said
-dunno why I always get lag when I unlock screen after waking it from deep sleep on this kernel !!! UC is the reason ??? even on 2.6 ver !!! didn't try new ones
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Is anyone experiencing hissing while playing audio on headphones? It's quite noticable. I went back to stock kernel, and it was gone.

I'm on D802, using CloudyFlex (4.2.2). I tried version 2.7. I'll try 2.8 later, and report back, but, until then - is there a fix for this? Is it 'cause of the ROM I'm using? Any help is appreciated.

Other than that - cool kernel. My phone feels smother with it.

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Is anyone experiencing hissing while playing audio on headphones? It's quite noticable. I went back to stock kernel, and it was gone.

I'm on D802, using CloudyFlex (4.2.2). I tried version 2.7. I'll try 2.8 later, and report back, but, until then - is there a fix for this? Is it 'cause of the ROM I'm using? Any help is appreciated.

Other than that - cool kernel. My phone feels smother with it.

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Nothing like that here, great audio playback as stock..... have you try another tip see if it is rom related?

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Nothing like that here, great audio playback as stock..... have you try another tip see if it is rom related?

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Well, I really wouldn't like to go through that, but I might just do a backup and try.

Which ROM are you on? I could try that one and see if the problem persits.

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Hi guys, with the latest version that can runs between 92-2800, I just wondering does anyone here find out the most efficient speed running in low CPU freq?

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