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Default CPU good governor and I/O schedulers

I've searched and searched and can't find a thread on this for our excellent devices!

So I'm going to start one !😎

What setup is everyone using and does anyone have advice in how to get the best performance / battery life balance?

I'm running CyanogenMod 11 on my D802.
I also have android tuner but not sure how to best use the CPU section

Performance is good but I think it could be improved.

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Any one got any input?

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Btw I wouldn't use performace as a daily gov as it locks cpu frequency to max.

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What kind of information do you expect from us.
Do you want to know what the different governors mean?
If u want best battery life try out different governors.
For me ondemand is the Best. Using stock kk.

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It just seems that there isn't much info about our device and the CPU(s).
I was just looking for some information about his to make the best from the 4 cores!?

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No idea what u expect from us. Read just the thread

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No idea what u expect from us. Read just the thread

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Christ mate. Then dont reply. Simple. If you can't understand simple English don't worry about it.

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My friend. I understand english. i dont get u. Just try the governors try greenify etc. And please please dont judge other people! Just wanted to help you...

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My friend. I understand english. i dont get u. Just try the governors try greenify etc. And please please dont judge other people! Just wanted to help you...

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And how have you helped. Brilliant. I thought these forums where to help and share experiences, advice etc. What exactly don't of get. I couldn't have been much clearer.



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What setup is everyone using and does anyone have advice in how to get the best performance / battery life balance?
What don't u get?😲

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My friend
No. Just no.


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Fine i repeat u can use greenify and delete apps u dont use set ur cpu frequency lower if u turn off screen.
Theres also an app which can also save alot of battery. When screen is off ur data will be always on unless u deakivated it. So it enables every 15min or whatever time u set ur data to get notifications etc. So that save battery. Performance is controlled by governor.
It is only up to you whether u need lag free scolling or more battery.

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Fine i repeat u can use greenify and delete apps u dont use set ur cpu frequency lower if u turn off screen.
Theres also an app which can also save alot of battery. When screen is off ur data will be always on unless u deakivated it. So it enables every 15min or whatever time u set ur data to get notifications etc. So that save battery. Performance is controlled by governor.
It is only up to you whether u need lag free scolling or more battery.

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The app is called 2 x battery - Battery Saver

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