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[Q] Trickster MOD doesn't stick.

9th February 2014, 10:47 PM |#11  
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@sbdags...you pull it of again.
Working like a charm, faster and smother than ever. Now trickster is working (limited cpu to 1400 GHz), my tablet flys in balanced mode, and battery is holding on just fine, better than with hund's kernel.

Like I've said before...you rock man.

Many thanks, and keep up with your excellent work

You are welcome Glad it worked - I'll add it to the next installer
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You are welcome Glad it worked - I'll add it to the next installer

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Thanks for the kind words. No more the master than anyone else

I don't think that's kernel oc's the same way as hunds. You can go down but not up in trickster. The limit for balanced is 1.3 so you can't get to 1.4.

I have an idea though

Copy the cpu3.sh to cpu2.show in /system/etc

Then use trickster to knock the frequency down to 1.4. That should work

Please clarify how to copy this file.. Where is it and what exactly i should do to let trickster settings stick?
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Please clarify how to copy this file.. Where is it and what exactly i should do to let trickster settings stick?

Both files live in the /system/etc folder. You will need root access to do it.

Rename cpu3.sh to cpux.sh and then rename cpu2.sh to cpu3.sh and then rename cpuz.sh tp cpu3.sh. That way your balanced mode will now be performance. Then trickster can move the freq down
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