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[KERNEL][4.2][3.4.x][5/17/13] All-Star Devs Kernel

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By ayysir, Recognized Developer on 20th January 2013, 02:58 PM
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22nd January 2013, 05:13 PM |#21  
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This is the best battery life I have seen yet..granted, I haven't really put it thru it's paces..but w/ 4.2 on my s3, all the kernels eat battery...even on idle..w/ this...i'm at 95 percent on idle mostly after 1 hour but today at work i'll use it much more so will really put it thru it's paces..but idle is most important to me because if I get to like 45 percent i stop using it as much so it can last the rest of the night w/ no "oh no, where is my charger!" moments (i'm using row i/o and gov interactive default min/max is 1.350) I usually use pegasusq because i notice it has good idle and responsive awake state...but interactive on this kernel is doing really well and it was default..where ondemand is usually default..so i'm guessing the dev of this kernel likes interactive best....I wish devs of kernels would say...here is what I like for battery saving.....here is what I like for a balance....and here is what I like for performance....and here is what I like the best (favorite) or something like that, i know it's experemenation process..but..they tweak the govs..so they must have a favorite setting thing! lol
 
 
22nd January 2013, 05:42 PM |#22  
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No CPU adjustments, OC not available, deadline scheduler, interactive governor
About 20hrs since install.. No issues
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22nd January 2013, 06:31 PM |#23  
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No CPU adjustments, OC not available, deadline scheduler, interactive governor
About 20hrs since install.. No issues

cpu is definitely available as I test my kernels for 3 days before I release them and I can OC with ease, unless I am misinterpreting what you are stating

other than that, thanks for the feed backk
22nd January 2013, 06:34 PM |#24  
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This is the best battery life I have seen yet..granted, I haven't really put it thru it's paces..but w/ 4.2 on my s3, all the kernels eat battery...even on idle..w/ this...i'm at 95 percent on idle mostly after 1 hour but today at work i'll use it much more so will really put it thru it's paces..but idle is most important to me because if I get to like 45 percent i stop using it as much so it can last the rest of the night w/ no "oh no, where is my charger!" moments (i'm using row i/o and gov interactive default min/max is 1.350) I usually use pegasusq because i notice it has good idle and responsive awake state...but interactive on this kernel is doing really well and it was default..where ondemand is usually default..so i'm guessing the dev of this kernel likes interactive best....I wish devs of kernels would say...here is what I like for battery saving.....here is what I like for a balance....and here is what I like for performance....and here is what I like the best (favorite) or something like that, i know it's experemenation process..but..they tweak the govs..so they must have a favorite setting thing! lol

I don't put in what are the perfect settings for the kernel because people use their phones differently. I leave it up to the user to find their sweet spot settings, which you are more then welcome to share.

Also give the kernel time to settle, usually after a few discharge periods it settles
22nd January 2013, 07:40 PM |#25  
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cpu is definitely available as I test my kernels for 3 days before I release them and I can OC with ease, unless I am misinterpreting what you are stating

other than that, thanks for the feed backk


I didn't think I was a noob but I guess I am missing something! Which app are you using to OC? I have max MHz topping out at the usual 1512, voltage control/setcpu/toolbox pro offer no adjustments above 1512mhz..
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22nd January 2013, 08:11 PM |#26  
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Setcpu and rom toolbox allow me to. Maybe it's your rom, what rom are you using?
22nd January 2013, 08:13 PM |#27  
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I didn't think I was a noob but I guess I am missing something! Which app are you using to OC? I have max MHz topping out at the usual 1512, voltage control/setcpu/toolbox pro offer no adjustments above 1512mhz..

I said in op, in bold, the max is 1.5ghz for now. I wanted to start off with a stable release, also i dont OC personally past 1.2ghz since i see no need unless I am playing a game or video on it. Oc just kills battery quicker

I use tasker to set my clocks. 384/1.2ghz when screen is on with superbad/sio and when screen if off its 384/700+ with powersave/sio.
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Will this run with Liquid Smooth?
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I said in op, in bold, the max is 1.5ghz for now. I wanted to start off with a stable release, also i dont OC personally past 1.2ghz since i see no need unless I am playing a game or video on it. Oc just kills battery quicker

I use tasker to set my clocks. 384/1.2ghz when screen is on with superbad/sio and when screen if off its 384/700+ with powersave/sio.

That's why i got confused when you said, in the previous post i quoted, that you could "OC with ease" so yes we misunderstood each other.
Anyways thanks for sharing your work with us!

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Will this run with Liquid Smooth?

Since liquid rom is based off AOSP 4.2.1, yes in theory this kernel will work fine.
22nd January 2013, 09:24 PM |#30  
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Will this run with Liquid Smooth?

for the beta builds not for 4.1.x though its only for 4.2.1 roms
23rd January 2013, 02:09 PM |#31  
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I am also using tasker to control the cpu now... Never tried it before, but I'm always wishing there were more apps with tasker integration and then discovering the work around when there's no other option.

The phone idled all night and I only lost about 5%. This is turning out to be pure gold for me tasker+ASDK = winsauce!

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