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16th April 2019, 10:06 AM |#811  
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It's lowest possible by default. 1mv lower and you will have random crashes

Got it. I've asked because I know (in the computer and laptop world) that every CPU is different so maybe I can target a lower level than another one (lucky CPU).
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17th April 2019, 06:53 AM |#812  
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Got it. I've asked because I know (in the computer and laptop world) that every CPU is different so maybe I can target a lower level than another one (lucky CPU).

nah, it will do more damage than good. since 2012 more than 5k g4 ended dead because of a crap CPU, you better not test voltages. And everyone else too, don't get any strange ideas.
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17th April 2019, 01:57 PM |#813  
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nah, it will do more damage than good. since 2012 more than 5k g4 ended dead because of a crap CPU, you better not test voltages. And everyone else too, don't get any strange ideas.

But has it been LG's fault or Qualcomm's? Just wondering...
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But has it been LG's fault or Qualcomm's? Just wondering...
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I don't know who assempled the motherboard.
The problem was not on the cpu chipset. The problem was at the cpu installation.
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But has it been LG's fault or Qualcomm's? Just wondering...
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LG played it safe with 808 because of 810 overheating problems and my guessing is that by design these chipsets have problems. Most OEMs tried to overcome them in different HW revisions but not all succeeded.
The answer to your question is BOTH.
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21st April 2019, 11:19 AM |#816  
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LG played it safe with 808 because of 810 overheating problems and my guessing is that by design these chipsets have problems. Most OEMs tried to overcome them in different HW revisions but not all succeeded.
The answer to your question is BOTH.

None succeeded tho. Only one who succeeded was Samsung by using their own Exynos chip instead

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2nd June 2019, 09:02 PM |#817  
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Anyone happen to have the latest Nougat Titan kernel lying around on their phone or something that they could link up? Deleted my old copy and download link on thread seems to be dead. I think the latest version was 1.8 I believe.

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2nd June 2019, 09:11 PM |#818  
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Anyone happen to have the latest Nougat Titan kernel lying around on their phone or something that they could link up? Deleted my old copy and download link on thread seems to be dead. I think the latest version was 1.8 I believe.

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Link is working for me. Tap on the folder name text, not the icon. No ofense, just trying to help
2nd June 2019, 09:38 PM |#819  
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Thanks for checking so I at least know it's working for someone. Still getting a bad gateway so I'll try again later.

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False alarm. Seems to be alive again.
10th June 2019, 06:47 PM |#820  
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Hi,

Please help. I flashed this kernel to my h185. (official bootloader unlock - twrp - install image-new.img - boot)
My problem: At low battery levels (15-25%), the phone restarts and does not boot. I can only recover if I reflash the stock rom from twrp. I aslo tried the 1.7, 1.8 versions.
ROM: V29a stock nougat
TWRP: 3.3.1-0-g4

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11th June 2019, 10:42 AM |#821  
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Hi,

Please help. I flashed this kernel to my h185. (official bootloader unlock - twrp - install image-new.img - boot)
My problem: At low battery levels (15-25%), the phone restarts and does not boot. I can only recover if I reflash the stock rom from twrp. I aslo tried the 1.7, 1.8 versions.
ROM: V29a stock nougat
TWRP: 3.3.1-0-g4

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I think it is more battery problem: it happens to me without this kernel after 3 year with the same battery.
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