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By bongholio, Senior Member on 2nd March 2011, 10:12 AM
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Hi guys i just installed cm7 on my incredible and i was wondering if im allowing to install incredikernal?

also im wondering how to wipe battery stats and when to do it

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2nd March 2011, 12:39 PM |#2  
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I've used other kernels with CM before and it works fine--if that's what your getting at...

As for battery stats, you should be able to do that from recovery. With clockwork mod, its under the 'advanced' menu.

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Hi guys i just installed cm7 on my incredible and i was wondering if im allowing to install incredikernal?

also im wondering how to wipe battery stats and when to do it

thanks

If you are talking about this kernel

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=848453

Yes that is made for GB roms like CM7. As for wiping battery stats, the debate is out as to whether or not that really does much. I have never noticed anything extra from doing it, but thats my experience with it, your experience could be different.
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If you are talking about this kernel

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=848453

Yes that is made for GB roms like CM7. As for wiping battery stats, the debate is out as to whether or not that really does much. I have never noticed anything extra from doing it, but thats my experience with it, your experience could be different.

thanks a lot for the info

i installed the incredikernal but chris says to have min cpu set at 128 so i did and i have set on boot checked.. is this right?
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bump am i suppose to make cpu min at 128? i haven't touched max cpu and i wont
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bump am i suppose to make cpu min at 128? i haven't touched max cpu and i wont

Yeah its good to put min at 128, helps the screen off profile and with battery life. The max you can make whatever you want, but once you go higher than 1.113GHz then you start going into unstable territory IMO.
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Yeah its good to put min at 128, helps the screen off profile and with battery life. The max you can make whatever you want, but once you go higher than 1.113GHz then you start going into unstable territory IMO.

thanks a lot! im just going to leave max cpu at 998
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also i updated to cm7 #8 using rom manager and downloading it off my browser now the thing is i was wondering if it removed the previous version?
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also i updated to cm7 #8 using rom manager and downloading it off my browser now the thing is i was wondering if it removed the previous version?

of the kernel? It probably did, go to settings > about phone > kernel version. It will say there the kernel that it is using.
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Just note that a few users have reported issues with the 128 setting. I haven't experienced any problems getting text messages or missed calls and I'm using this kernel with the 128 setting but just keep it in mind if for some reason you find yourself missing texts and/or calls.
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