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1st June 2019, 03:56 PM |#101  
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the msm-4.9 on https://github.com/android-linux-stable/ currently doesn't have the branch for sdm670/sdm710.
Besides, there so much devices specific bugs that I can't resolve yet, like the sensorless proximity drivers.

Thanks for your efforts, a bit sad, i think this device will have little support, maybe it's better sell it
 
 
2nd June 2019, 08:26 AM |#102  
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Nice Work, thank you.

Is it possible to open the voltage table so that we could do some undervolting ?
2nd June 2019, 08:03 PM |#103  
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Nice Work, thank you.

Is it possible to open the voltage table so that we could do some undervolting ?

You're welcome.


afaik vdd_tables is already unsupported a long time before, so the only way to undervolting is just modifying dts.
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2nd June 2019, 08:09 PM |#104  
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You're welcome.


afaik vdd_tables is already unsupported a long time before, so the only way to undervolting is just modifying dts.

oh ok. But what is dts ? Is there a easy way to get the voltage control to work ? Most of the apps i tried say that the kernel did not support voltage table adjustment.
2nd June 2019, 08:30 PM |#105  
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oh ok. But what is dts ? Is there a easy way to get the voltage control to work ? Most of the apps i tried say that the kernel did not support voltage table adjustment.

It's device specific tables right inside the kernel, and it static.
My point is, those voltage control apps are only supporting an old devices with an ancient kernel.

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2nd June 2019, 08:40 PM |#106  
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It's device specific tables right inside the kernel, and it static.
My point is, those voltage control apps are only supporting an old devices with an ancient kernel.

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ok now i understand.

Keep on going with your work
2nd June 2019, 08:51 PM |#107  
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Nice Work, thank you.

Is it possible to open the voltage table so that we could do some undervolting ?

but are you using xiaomi.eu rom or stock rom?
2nd June 2019, 08:57 PM |#108  
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but are you using xiaomi.eu rom or stock rom?

i use the weekly xiaomi.eu roms. Flashed this kernel to maybe get some more better batterie life. The next step would be to try some undervolting to get the best possible results but looks like this is not longer possible with the new android versions.
2nd June 2019, 09:16 PM |#109  
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i use the weekly xiaomi.eu roms. Flashed this kernel to maybe get some more better batterie life. The next step would be to try some undervolting to get the best possible results but looks like this is not longer possible with the new android versions.

So you are using xiaomi.eu, but proximity sensor when you make a call is working in your case?
2nd June 2019, 09:28 PM |#110  
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So you are using xiaomi.eu, but proximity sensor when you make a call is working in your case?

not sure what the proximity sensor actually does if i use the phone for calls . Should shut off the screen during the call ?
2nd June 2019, 09:33 PM |#111  
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not sure what the proximity sensor actually does if i use the phone for calls . Should shut off the screen during the call ?

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