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[KERNEL][NEW][4/03] XENON Kernel v1.1 [1.5ghz][Voltage Scaling][ath6kl][Partitions]

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3rd April 2012, 09:32 PM   |  #21  
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I've read in multiple places that the ath6kl driver will incur additional battery drain as opposed to the regular one included in CM9, is that still true?

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3rd April 2012, 09:44 PM   |  #22  
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Yeah try out 1.1
I was getting SODs on 1.0 and the SODs were everywhere. 1.1 fixed this for me.

So far so good on sleep wake issue.
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Your /boot partition is too full
What other kernels do you have installed?

I've only so far installed Cyanogenmod 9 Nightly Release and then the XENON Kernel. Nothing else.
3rd April 2012, 11:03 PM   |  #24  
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I've only so far installed Cyanogenmod 9 Nightly Release and then the XENON Kernel. Nothing else.

Try flashing it again, I guess.
4th April 2012, 12:16 AM   |  #25  
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Not really any out of the ordinary battery drain with new kernel vs stock. I has noticed using a screen off profile and setting it to power save with 384 or 432 values that the TP has issues waking back up. So I just use interactive at 384 min and that works just fine.

Edit: I have no screen off profiles enabled. Interactive is set as main.

Are you using set CPU? I can't decide if its the minimum setting @ 192 OR SETCPU causing the sleep of death.

Which do you feel is causing the problem? Could it be both?


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4th April 2012, 01:50 AM   |  #26  
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Great kernel rohan32!!! I flashed this kernel and set my CPU governor to ONDEMAND and my SOD issues are no more. Thank you!!
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4th April 2012, 02:55 AM   |  #27  
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Are you using set CPU? I can't decide if its the minimum setting @ 192 OR SETCPU causing the sleep of death.

Which do you feel is causing the problem? Could it be both?


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I am using set CPU and now running version 1.1 with min at 384 on performance and screen off profile at 594/384 on conservative. No sod issues here. Its running like a champ.
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IF YOU ARE HAVING SOD ISSUES try setting your CPU Governor to "ondemand"
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I am using set CPU and now running version 1.1 with min at 384 on performance and screen off profile at 594/384 on conservative. No sod issues here. Its running like a champ.

doesn't setting it to performance make it run at the max speed you specify always?
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I had mine at 1.5ghz 192 on demand. I also had a screen off profile for 1ghz 192 conservative.

I'll try with a higher Max and see if that fixes things for me

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