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[KERNEL] Alucard STweaks settings shared for i9505

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By Jimsilver73, Senior Member on 20th April 2014, 03:06 PM
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1st April 2015, 10:41 AM |#511  
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Could anyone give me some links for Alucard-V1.1a For 5.0 AOSP version working for CM12?
I never use games and I'm looking for battery duration first and smooth scroll for second.
All I found is for older version of Alucard
 
 
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Originally Posted by s3icc0

In my opinion it is not a good setting from following reasons:
on one side you decreased core 1,2 and 3 max frequencies

Code:
scaling_max_freq_cpu0=1890000
scaling_max_freq_cpu1=1458000
scaling_max_freq_cpu2=1134000
scaling_max_freq_cpu3=1134000
but you left the scaling to higher frequencies in hotplug settings:
Code:
hotplug_freq_1_1=1242000
hotplug_freq_2_0=810000
hotplug_freq_2_1=1566000
hotplug_freq_3_0=918000
hotplug_freq_3_1=1674000
hotplug_freq_4_0=918000
So at least your hotplug will not be working correctly. ... if you want I can do you similar profile but with these problems fixed ... I see your settings are very conservative and aiming to be power saving to be used mostly as mp3 (not sure about more demanding games - I am sure you must have problems with the AA titles).

Sure if you don't mind. Every time I play with got plugging I seem to make it worse lol
But yes if you can make it better I would love the help!!
5th April 2015, 01:49 PM |#513  
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Could anyone give me some links for Alucard-V1.1a For 5.0 AOSP version working for CM12?
I never use games and I'm looking for battery duration first and smooth scroll for second.
All I found is for older version of Alucard

although i wonder why you can't find it yourself, cause it's no hidden secret, here's the dl link for aosp5.0 v1.1a:
https://www.androidfilehost.com/?w=files&flid=22348
3rd May 2015, 11:27 AM |#514  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by s3icc0

In my opinion it is not a good setting from following reasons:
on one side you decreased core 1,2 and 3 max frequencies

Code:
scaling_max_freq_cpu0=1890000
scaling_max_freq_cpu1=1458000
scaling_max_freq_cpu2=1134000
scaling_max_freq_cpu3=1134000
but you left the scaling to higher frequencies in hotplug settings:
Code:
hotplug_freq_1_1=1242000
hotplug_freq_2_0=810000
hotplug_freq_2_1=1566000
hotplug_freq_3_0=918000
hotplug_freq_3_1=1674000
hotplug_freq_4_0=918000
So at least your hotplug will not be working correctly. ... if you want I can do you similar profile but with these problems fixed ... I see your settings are very conservative and aiming to be power saving to be used mostly as mp3 (not sure about more demanding games - I am sure you must have problems with the AA titles).

Could you fix the hotplug stuff? I would like to use that profile, as I also use my phone as mp3 player. My current profile makes my phone hot by even regular usage, kind of weird if you ask me. I even undervolted the cpu to keep it a bit cooler.
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I'm sorry, guys but I can't understand the difference between "gpl_" settings: which one I need to change if I want my external speaker to play louder, but not the internal one, which I'm applying to the ear?
27th July 2015, 11:03 AM |#516  
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Hi

What is the option for Google play drain battery workaround in stweaks ? Is it useful or dangerous ? Thx

On jdc optimized cm12.1, Kernel alucard last release
27th July 2015, 01:56 PM |#517  
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Originally Posted by blackmeth

Sure if you don't mind. Every time I play with got plugging I seem to make it worse lol
But yes if you can make it better I would love the help!!

Quote:
Originally Posted by FPSUsername

Could you fix the hotplug stuff? I would like to use that profile, as I also use my phone as mp3 player. My current profile makes my phone hot by even regular usage, kind of weird if you ask me. I even undervolted the cpu to keep it a bit cooler.

in order to let these max frequencies work
Code:
scaling_max_freq_cpu0=1890000
scaling_max_freq_cpu1=1458000
scaling_max_freq_cpu2=1134000
scaling_max_freq_cpu3=1134000
i would recommend hotplug like this or similar - you have to keep in mind that pushing hotplug to gigher frequencies than the max will be not effective:
Code:
hotplug_freq_1_1=1242000
hotplug_freq_2_0=810000
hotplug_freq_2_1=1458000
hotplug_freq_3_0=918000
hotplug_freq_3_1=1134000
hotplug_freq_4_0=918000
you see the core:
1 is turned on when core 0 is at 1242000MHz
2 is turned on when core 1 is at max
3 is turned on when core 2 is at max

anyway question is e.g. the 810000MHz for turning core 1 off is set well - as if you never reach the frequency it will be on since turned on ... usually you need to tweak hotplug as required by the use of the phone and there is much more parameters you can trigger/force the required behavior.

if i would setup such hotplug I would do you max frequencies (or limited for all cores to e.g. 1600000MHz) and then tweak the hotplug. I understand you are trying to have a phone cold, but in my opinion is better to go the other way - allowing the phone to use max power when needed but limit it to get to such values and also make him scale down not that fast so you are holding a little more power then you need.
Last edited by s3icc0; 27th July 2015 at 02:01 PM.
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