Firstly, this is the Android Development Section, so, you have posted this in the wrong section.
Anyway, to the topic, I just watched the video. I don't quite get what the problem is. What part of the video are you unable to follow? You can keep it at the same levels depicted in the video, but, a few of my suggestions:
* Min at 691 is too much. Keep min at 245, it will save battery even when screen is on
* Screen off values are too low. In my personal experience, if it is kept so low, the phone hangs when an incoming call arrives. So, after much experimenting, I have seen that keep the min value at 245. Anything below that can hang the phone. (Obviously many people do get it working fine at 160 MHz, but, this is my personal experience with my Wildfire)
As for the settings under the "Advanced" Tab, I am not having that many settings in my version of SetCPU, so cant really comment on that.
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