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LG P990 battery drain when the overclock to 1.4GHz.
I think the kernel I used support overclock to 1.4GHz. But it happens that battery drain so serious that I cannot even charge the phone?
I am using LG android 4.1 rom. Anyone faced similar problem and know how to solve? thanks
 
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Its known that higher OC = higher drain. But the drain shouldnt be so much massive.. Try to check with BBS what OS using your battery..

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thx for suggestion, I am now using BBS to check battery state.
But the most weird thing is that, if i stick to no overclock, the battery life has no problem.
 
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BBS result: I found that if i overclock, the mobile cannot deep sleep. Or in fact, if I overclock to 1.3GHz, set as interactive mode. The CPU keeps at 1.3GHz for most time.
 
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So that's your problem.
Look here http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=75

Use trickster mod app and set min/high frequencies and on governor control setting choose on over which load your cpu will go on high/max frequencies....

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So that's your problem.
Look here http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=75

Use trickster mod app and set min/high frequencies and on governor control setting choose on over which load your cpu will go on high/max frequencies....

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I guess i find the problem.
The media server is draining the battery.
As far as I did not listen to music, it is ok.
But if I use EsExploer or playerpro to play a music for an hour. The BetterBatteryState showed that the CPU freq keeps at 1GHz for an hour.
What can I do to solve the problem? I googled a lot, including "repair" all music on sdcard, etc, many so called solutions did not solve the problem. thanks
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