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[Q] What is Intelli-plug, MP-decision. Which is best?

2nd May 2014, 06:46 AM |#1  
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Hi guys,
I'm new to android and I just flash a cook rom with custom kernel to my phone.
I use Kernel Tweaker to set some variable to make it use less battery and smoothly but I see an option called Intelli-plug.
I google this and see it complete replacement for MP-decision.
So what is best of them for battery life and performance at cook rom?
(I think MP-decision is best for Stock rom, correct me if I am wrong )
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2nd May 2014, 12:50 PM |#2  
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Intelliplug is a replacement for mp decision implemented by faux123 if im not wrong . It determines the behaviour of the cpu and gpu. Stock nexus and OG only have mp decision. Intelliplug is a better option

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4th May 2014, 11:42 PM |#3  
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mp-decision is better.
The only thing the Intelliplug do is causing lags, freezes and other annoying strange things.
imho.
6th May 2014, 03:22 AM |#4  
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There's also msm_mpdecision (not to be confused with the mpdecision binary) by showp1984, which is pretty good. It has input boost and is the smoothest I've tried. I'd give that a shot depending on what kernel you're running. In trickster, it'll be a menu in specific called MSM-MPDECISION control (or something like that). CPUQuiet is supposed to be good as well, but I haven't personally run it. Auto_hotplug and mako_hotplug in faux and matr1x are typically better for battery than others, but are not quite as smooth.
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There's also msm_mpdecision (not to be confused with the mpdecision binary) by showp1984, which is pretty good. It has input boost and is the smoothest I've tried. I'd give that a shot depending on what kernel you're running. In trickster, it'll be a menu in specific called MSM-MPDECISION control (or something like that). CPUQuiet is supposed to be good as well, but I haven't personally run it. Auto_hotplug and mako_hotplug in faux and matr1x are typically better for battery than others, but are not quite as smooth.

I wanted to know wat type of decision is used in Nexus4 and 5....coz wen i compare OG nd MAKO using perfmon app i can able to find the difference.... And it looks lyk mako one ia bettr than ours...!!... Am i ryt...

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I wanted to know wat type of decision is used in Nexus4 and 5....coz wen i compare OG nd MAKO using perfmon app i can able to find the difference.... And it looks lyk mako one ia bettr than ours...!!... Am i ryt...

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If you are comparing stock vs N4, yes, they are different; stock should actually be a bit better since Qualcomm doesn't include certain things on Nexus devices. On CM, the mpdecision binary used I believe is from N4 4.2.
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20th May 2014, 10:57 PM |#7  
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mp-decision is better.
The only thing the Intelliplug do is causing lags, freezes and other annoying strange things.
imho.

Any evidence / proof of this "claim"?
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Any evidence / proof of this "claim"?

Well he wrote "In my honest opinion" so i dont think any proof is needed

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21st May 2014, 12:33 AM |#9  
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Well he wrote "In my honest opinion" so i dont think any proof is needed

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I don't see anything that is making Qualcomm MP-Decision better than Faux123 custom Intelliplug driver His hotplug driver is everything that MP-Decision is lacking of + more battery friendly and less heat generating..
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MPDecision is much more aggressive in terms of changing CPU frequency (automatically goes to 1026 when input is detected). IntelliPlug is more for battery than performance. For performance, I suggest MSM-MPDecision from showp1984 (it's on most of my kernels and a couple others), which performs similarly to the mpdecision binary in terms of boosting frequencies and raw performance, but is customizable. You can change the frequency for input boost or turn it off altogether. There's a bunch of different settings you can play around with.

CPUQuiet also is one of the better performing hotplug drivers. I don't know quite as much about how it works, but it was made by NVidia and ported to Snapdragon by maxwen and has a set of governors which keep the CPU running at optimal frequencies for battery and performance.
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