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By MДЯCЦSДИT, Recognized Developer on 12th April 2012, 07:25 AM
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13th April 2012, 12:02 AM |#71  
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Just installed and its working great so far, great job!

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I'm using the NSTools app and can't get 100mhz to stick on conservative or ondemand.
13th April 2012, 12:30 AM |#73  
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I'm using the NSTools app and can't get 100mhz to stick on conservative or ondemand.

Uninstall all other oc apps and reboot then try again


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13th April 2012, 12:39 AM |#74  
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Been running this all day, and I must say that I'm really loving this colonel. My awake vs screen on times are much closer, and everything feels snappier than V3
Which translates into the best battery life I've gotten on any CM9 based rom thus far

Edit: I'm wondering why people need 100mhz so bad when on the stock settings they're listed as the same voltage as far as I can tell..
Would it really use less power somehow?
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Uninstall all other oc apps and reboot then try again


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I'm on AOKP b31, having the same problem with trying to get 100mhz to stick. Haven't used any oc/uv tools in a few weeks. Re flashed the kernel 3 times, re-downloaded 2 times. Still cant get 100mhz to stick. Odd thing is that I CAN get it to stick in ROM control, but using anything else sets it back to 200hz minimum
13th April 2012, 12:48 AM |#76  
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Been running this all day, and I must say that I'm really loving this colonel. My awake vs screen on times are much closer, and everything feels snappier than V3
Which translates into the best battery life I've gotten on any CM9 based rom thus far

Edit: I'm wondering why people need 100mhz so bad when on the stock settings they're listed as the same voltage as far as I can tell..
Would it really use less power somehow?

It makes no difference at all other than it moves less thus putting less strain on the processor?

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13th April 2012, 01:03 AM |#77  
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A lot of phones don't go below 200 MHz unless their underclocked

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13th April 2012, 01:15 AM |#78  
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Yeah but this is the only kernel that supports nstools other than an unreleased one by aprosamurai.

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then must be the kernel. great job. this is one of the smoothest i have tried.
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A lot of phones don't go below 200 MHz unless their underclocked

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It is actually an issue somewhere in the frequency table. I will try to see what it wrong. Btw, 100MHz = 200MHz battery wise.

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in the screenshots of nstools in market there is a option for fast charge. do you have plans on incorporating this feature in future releases? is it like nubecoders battery tweaker? that was one of my favorite tweaks as i charge with usb at work.
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