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30th March 2014, 05:59 AM   |  #1  
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I want to ask which one is the best cpu setting for galaxy y ? In no frilis cpu control?
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30th March 2014, 06:23 AM   |  #2  
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I want to ask which one is the best cpu setting for galaxy y ? In no frilis cpu control?

There is no "best" is XDA. Everything is relative and choices change from person to person.

Also what "best" you are talking about?

You need performance or battery saving?
Both are opposite and cannot be done at same time.
"Neither can live while other survives" - From Harry Potter

Now coming to point,
No-Frills has ability to change clocking speed, governors, I/O schedulars.

To get performace use Performance governor (this sets min frequency to max, so CPU is always at max frequency) or BCM21553.
Set max frequency to 832MHz (I don't tell to use overclocked 1.2GHz because it damages CPU).

To save battery use conservative. Put min frequency at 156MHz and max frequency 3xxMHz (I don't remember xx digit, see them in No-Frills).
If phone goes in deep sleep with 3xxMhz increase max frequency to 6xxMHz.

I/O Schedular you can use noop (it has some extra features) or cfq (it is default).
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30th March 2014, 03:27 PM   |  #5  
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Please refrain from creating "best" type threads in the future. Try things yourself, you might be surprised at what you find
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