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[KERNEL][VZW][4.4.3] ★☆ Kangaroo Kernel ☆★ 04 OCT | v068

Announcement from poondog: v068 is out in post #315!
9th October 2014, 04:18 PM |#331  
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How do I uV with this Kernel?

I know I can either use the script or paid version of Trickster.

However, I know someone said that voltages can't be tweaked in Trickster.. why is that? If I want to uV, what do I need to do in the script? I obviously edit:
# Voltage control:
#echo "800 800 800 825 875 900 960" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/UV_mV_table

But what should my settings actually be? Is this just the amount of undervolt from stock settings across the board? Usually I see values for each frequency that my CPUs are capable of setting. Here I'm only seeing 7 entries.

Any insight on this would help.

Thanks!
 
 
10th October 2014, 02:21 AM |#332  
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How do I uV with this Kernel?

I know I can either use the script or paid version of Trickster.

However, I know someone said that voltages can't be tweaked in Trickster.. why is that? If I want to uV, what do I need to do in the script? I obviously edit:
# Voltage control:
#echo "800 800 800 825 875 900 960" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/UV_mV_table

But what should my settings actually be? Is this just the amount of undervolt from stock settings across the board? Usually I see values for each frequency that my CPUs are capable of setting. Here I'm only seeing 7 entries.

Any insight on this would help.

Thanks!

You can't do it yet. Its coming in the next version, don;t worry
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21st October 2014, 08:53 PM |#333  
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Any v072 love? =P Awesome job poon!
22nd October 2014, 12:02 AM |#334  
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Any v072 love? =P Awesome job poon!

Maybe, if not youll get the next one
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Maybe, if not youll get the next one

Yeap! I want to get v072 kernel.Hope poondog update for Verizon M7.
22nd October 2014, 03:35 AM |#336  
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Yeap! I want to get v072 kernel.Hope poondog update for Verizon M7.

You better go ask santa
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