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[MOD] IncrediControl - Easy control of voltages and kernel settings!

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18th July 2011, 05:22 AM   |  #1  
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Please read this post through thoroughly before downloading.

This app allows you to control your CPU voltages with an easy to use interface. You can increase or decrease voltages (undervolt or overvolt) for all frequencies or fine tune voltages for each individual frequency.

! HTC DEVICES, currently only single core devices are supported !
! ROOT is Required !
! Kernel that supports HAVS or SVS voltage adjustment REQUIRED !

In addition, if you are an Incredikernel user, the app may also be used to toggle Incredikernel specific features on and off, namely USB fast charging and audio boost.

Get it over at http://www.incredikernel.com

IncrediControl is now also available in the market:

IncrediControl
IncrediControl - Ad Free

Additionally, all donators are eligible to receive the Ad Free version. It doesn't matter how much or how little you donate or have donated. If you don't want to purchase the app from the market, you may donate using the button on this page. Please register on the site first and include your username in the comments box.

All previous donators, please register on the site if you have not done so and contact me with your username!

NOTE: The settings in the general tab are only functional in kernels that have implemented the simple sysfs interfaces for usb fast charging and audio boost. If you toggle them, its not going to break anything, but they won't work and the app may crash. If you would like your kernel dev to implement the interfaces, please direct them to these two commits:

https://github.com/Chad0989/android_...2535179c0cecc9

https://github.com/Chad0989/android_...895aaa8e1f8b2d

NOTE2: It is a requirement of the HAVS adjustment that the kernel you are using has the HAVS sysfs interface implemented. If it does not, it will not work. Most non-stock gingerbread kernels have the HAVS adjustment. Very few sense kernels have the adjustment. I believe ziggy's latest is the only one that does.

NOTE3: Before using, please delete any boot scripts you may have in /etc/init.d that toggle any of the settings this app controls.

Get it at http://www.incredikernel.com

Restore script - use this if you went too low and find yourself in a boot loop. Flash through recovery:
http://www.incredikernel.com/?p=229
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18th July 2011, 05:26 AM   |  #2  
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This excites me.
18th July 2011, 05:31 AM   |  #3  
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Neat

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18th July 2011, 06:15 AM   |  #4  
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Great chad! Finally an app that does all the work.

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18th July 2011, 07:41 AM   |  #5  
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Hey Preview 2 has the HAVS, I think you should put the minus on the left of each number field. So that way it's like

- [voltage] +
18th July 2011, 09:35 AM   |  #6  
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Originally Posted by mikeymop

Hey Preview 2 has the HAVS, I think you should put the minus on the left of each number field. So that way it's like

- [voltage] +

I concur. And will this work on the incredikernel?

J/k on the the question part (because I know someone will take that seriously ). Great work, chad.
18th July 2011, 04:19 PM   |  #7  
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Chad, here's something to ponder or consider. Please think about putting in some way to back-up your settings. That way when flashing new roms you could just restore from back rather than settings all again. Just a thought.
18th July 2011, 04:39 PM   |  #8  
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Great thanks!

I know viperboy was working on something similar.

I have to say though your aggressive undervolt package is the tits. It is rock solid for me, and I can't lower anything -25v from there without crashing.
18th July 2011, 11:50 PM   |  #9  
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Originally Posted by RebelShadow

Chad, here's something to ponder or consider. Please think about putting in some way to back-up your settings. That way when flashing new roms you could just restore from back rather than settings all again. Just a thought.

That may come in the future.

@everyone: Anyone try it on other devices that have havs + sysfs interface? Evo, desire?
18th July 2011, 11:55 PM   |  #10  
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effing sweet..... no more term emulator for me

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