Originally Posted by Saluco
I have Nadia kernel on Phoenix Rom and I flashed
Script_Nadia_OC_1800_666 - V8 - mid_UV script, but I noticed that the CPU frequency was not changed. So I used S manager (SU & BOOT ) and I run the script the way was instructed, all went good except that, as you can see in screenshot there's a folder missing or can't be created... Is that normal behavior?
Also, after reboot Synapse (kernel app control) always ask me if I want to save settings with cpu back to 1600 MHz.
I also flashed the ultrasmooth zip for 1800 and above
My script must be reflashed after every Nadia kernel flash because Nadia installs it's own scripts that locks cpu frequency.
Try reflashing my script. The output from running my script is perfectly fine, the existing error messages refer to the universal way that scheduler settings are applied (they are universal for various names of sdcard).
Please do not use Synapse or any other tool because they often override my script settings.
The question Synapse asks is normal, as far as I know, that is how it is supposed to work.
Samsung SM-N9005 with X-Note 17 ROM
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