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[Team Kernelizers][How To][VZW][TK Mod 2.4]KT747 Kernel Tweaks - Updated 8-5-13

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12th February 2013, 05:13 AM   |  #21  
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Okay, so I just tweaked it a little bit more than what was in the OP, I still have like 40 percent battery right now so I won't be able to judge the effects until tomorrow. I will post tomorrow on the results from these last modifications, mostly I am concerned about bringing the phone out of deep sleep. So far I have been watching the CPU activity thus far and it seems like it is very responsive and the race to idle is very fast. More tomorrow

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boosters set to off, min mhz is 96, that explanation makes sense. im not undervolted severely so thats not an issue, will test and report back.

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set to 384 stock pegasus settings screen still unresponsive. going to continue testing tomrrow

Just thought of something... If you have a screen off MHz profile, turn that off to start. I just messed with that on my phone and it did the same thing. By disabling the screen off or setting it a little higher than the 384 or whatever it may or may not be set to that might fix it. Do this before the voltages, unless you are not using this profile

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Good buddy what you have so far looks really great and you have the full support of team Kernelizers so just drop by our thread and pick up the info you need and me and the team will be keeping a eye over here as well to help anyway we can buddy

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I have the same opinion on this and i will be around here and in our thread as well.

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Nice job opening this up on the Verizon forums. Hope people enjoy it. We sure do over at Sprint



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Well since you have started this thread over here just gonna say welcome to the team buddy it would only make sense to make you part of the team so I say welcome to team Kernelizers buddy here is our sig banner



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Well since you have started this thread over here just gonna say welcome to the team buddy it would only make sense to make you part of the team so I say welcome to team Kernelizers buddy here is our sig banner




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Whoa... I never expected this... I am honored. Thank you guys so much!

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Just thought of something... If you have a screen off MHz profile, turn that off to start. I just messed with that on my phone and it did the same thing. By disabling the screen off or setting it a little higher than the 384 or whatever it may or may not be set to that might fix it. Do this before the voltages, unless you are not using this profile

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That's what I just did. I was having the same problem with the screen not coming back on. Its working great now

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That's what I just did. I was having the same problem with the screen not coming back on. Its working great now

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Great, glad its working for you. I will have more info. Testing some things right now, and it seems to be working pretty well. The responsiveness if these new settings is nice, I can't wait to see the battery life it produces. I am also running down some wake locks too which will help


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For those of you that are curious about mpdecision and why it needs to be disabled, here is what I know and why I believe this needs to be disabled. I will update the op with this information and also pass it along to the other forums.

The mpdecision file runs in our system as a vendor executable file and what it does is that it controls the governor for CPU1. The file is executed every time your screen shuts off, and when it does it overwrites the governor settings for CPU1 to userspace ondemand. This only affects the second core, but what is important is that because we are trying to conserve battery we don't want a core flying off to max MHz when you look at the phone cross eyed. Pegasusq is already ondemand based but has its own logic built in and ramps up depending on load. Ondemand ramps up when it SENSES a load and then attempts to scale down. Pegasusq is much more fluid in this sense and having both cores on the same governor will result in better battery life.


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OP updated with a new resource that I forgot to put in.


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