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22nd March 2014, 07:58 PM   |  #1  
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Hello xda.

I installed Cyanogenmod on my Samsung Galaxy Note 3 today with no problems at all, however I've found something that seems a bit weird. (I know there is supposed to be bugs in nightlies, of course, but I thought i'd ask anyway.)

In the performance settings of the tab, it keeps the minimum CPU frequency to 1190mhz. If I put it to 300mhz, it will work, but as soon as I exit out of the performance tab, it goes back to 1190mhz. I figured that my phone was quite hot when I didn't use it, and that's how I found out.

Have anyone seen this on the latest CM11 nightly for the Note 3? I hope somebody out there know how I can fix it.

Many thanks.
22nd March 2014, 08:07 PM   |  #2  
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Hello xda.

I installed Cyanogenmod on my Samsung Galaxy Note 3 today with no problems at all, however I've found something that seems a bit weird. (I know there is supposed to be bugs in nightlies, of course, but I thought i'd ask anyway.)

In the performance settings of the tab, it keeps the minimum CPU frequency to 1190mhz. If I put it to 300mhz, it will work, but as soon as I exit out of the performance tab, it goes back to 1190mhz. I figured that my phone was quite hot when I didn't use it, and that's how I found out.

Have anyone seen this on the latest CM11 nightly for the Note 3? I hope somebody out there know how I can fix it.

Many thanks.

try set cpu app or use temask kernel found here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...2687074&page=3
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try set cpu app or use temask kernel found here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...2687074&page=3

Thanks a lot for your reply.

I've heard a little about kernels. The thing is, that this is the first time I've ever put a custom rom on an android device, so I'm not really 100% familiar with all this yet, however if the custom kernel won't be able to brick my phone, I sure would give that a try.

Should I go with the "stable" version or the beta version of the kernel?
22nd March 2014, 08:37 PM   |  #4  
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Thanks a lot for your reply.

I've heard a little about kernels. The thing is, that this is the first time I've ever put a custom rom on an android device, so I'm not really 100% familiar with all this yet, however if the custom kernel won't be able to brick my phone, I sure would give that a try.

Should I go with the "stable" version or the beta version of the kernel?

go with beta its very stable just flash with cmw or twrp and dont touch anything
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go with beta its very stable just flash with cmw or twrp and dont touch anything

Thank you a lot

I'm taking the beta version then!

- So... I just tried to flash it with Odin, but as it is a .zip file and not .tar, I can't do that.

I do have TWRP on my device, so I can use that, I am not very sure on how to do that though?

I'm sorry for the noobish questions. First time I installed a custom rom
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Thank you a lot

I'm taking the beta version then!

- So... I just tried to flash it with Odin, but as it is a .zip file and not .tar, I can't do that.

I do have TWRP on my device, so I can use that, I am not very sure on how to do that though?

I'm sorry for the noobish questions. First time I installed a custom rom

go to twrp then install zip find the kernel press it it will install then reboot should be good to go do a backup just in case
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go to twrp then install zip find the kernel press it it will install then reboot should be good to go do a backup just in case

That sounds amazing!

Thanks for your help man I appreciate it!

So, just to be 100% sure, I am going to download and install the "NEW BETA KERNEL v3.02 b1" Right?
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That sounds amazing!

Thanks for your help man I appreciate it!

So, just to be 100% sure, I am going to download and install the "NEW BETA KERNEL v3.02 b1" Right?

yes mate

you should try his rom its one of the best cm roms out there
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yes mate

you should try his rom its one of the best cm roms out there

Yeah I've heard a lot about his ROM too, I should have installed that instead of the official nightly, oh well. Perhaps I will soon

I really appreciate your help. On to install the kernel now! Hopefully I will get as amazing battery life as the show
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Yeah I've heard a lot about his ROM too, I should have installed that instead of the official nightly, oh well. Perhaps I will soon

I really appreciate your help. On to install the kernel now! Hopefully I will get as amazing battery life as the show

you can just flash over the top with out loosing any data

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