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By -viperboy-, Inactive Recognized Developer on 16th October 2012, 04:11 AM
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16th October 2012, 08:06 AM |#11  
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Yes sir - unsupported msg. would you want me to pull the table for you?

Yes please.

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16th October 2012, 10:11 AM |#12  
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Wouldn't use anything but this on my device. Great job as always D.... Works flawlessly! I

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16th October 2012, 10:27 AM |#13  
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Below is that I recevied from /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels_havs
19200 : 900 975
128000: 900 975
245900: 900 1000
384000: 900 1025
422400: 900 1050
460800: 900 1050
499200: 900 1075
537600: 900 1075
576000: 950 1100
614400: 950 1100
652800: 950 1125
691200: 975 1150
729600: 975 1175
768000: 975 1200
806400: 1175 1225
844800: 1200 1250
883200: 1200 1250
921600: 1225 1275
960000: 1225 1275
998400: 1225 1275
1036800: 1275 1325
1075200: 1275 1325
1113600: 1275 1325

It look like its drawing too much power!
BTW I read one of your posts talking about cpu governers explanation - i forgot the link, can you share with me please!
16th October 2012, 10:33 AM |#14  
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What is the advantaga of using this script over some unvervolting program which I am using at the moment to undervolt?
16th October 2012, 04:15 PM |#15  
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Originally Posted by Neo.Collin

Below is that I recevied from /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/vdd_levels_havs
19200 : 900 975
128000: 900 975
245900: 900 1000
384000: 900 1025
422400: 900 1050
460800: 900 1050
499200: 900 1075
537600: 900 1075
576000: 950 1100
614400: 950 1100
652800: 950 1125
691200: 975 1150
729600: 975 1175
768000: 975 1200
806400: 1175 1225
844800: 1200 1250
883200: 1200 1250
921600: 1225 1275
960000: 1225 1275
998400: 1225 1275
1036800: 1275 1325
1075200: 1275 1325
1113600: 1275 1325

It look like its drawing too much power!
BTW I read one of your posts talking about cpu governers explanation - i forgot the link, can you share with me please!

Ah, good old HAVS. Haven't seen that in a long time lol I will work on getting this in the next version

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What is the advantaga of using this script over some unvervolting program which I am using at the moment to undervolt?

Truthfully, probably nothing. Not sure if your program does custom undervolting per frequency or not. It's just a cool little script, I think
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16th October 2012, 05:09 PM |#16  
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Does it support automatic process of finding lowest voltages?
16th October 2012, 05:12 PM |#17  
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Does it support automatic process of finding lowest voltages?

No, and I'm honestly not sure how any program could do that without crashing your phone
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16th October 2012, 05:16 PM |#18  
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No, and I'm honestly not sure how any program could do that without crashing your phone

There are scripts on desktop linux systems that do it.
I was asking because you mention
"Custom voltages for any frequency (with error checking - can't set voltages higher/lower than the next/prev frequency)"
and it could have meant that.
16th October 2012, 05:20 PM |#19  
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There are scripts on desktop linux systems that do it.
I was asking because you mention
"Custom voltages for any frequency (with error checking - can't set voltages higher/lower than the next/prev frequency)"
and it could have meant that.

If you have a link to something like that, I would love to see it! And I meant that as if you have 200mhz @ 800mv, 500mhz @ 850mv, and 800mhz @ 900mv, you can't set 500mhz to 750mv or 950mv, for example. Cause that can cause issues with frequency table.
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16th October 2012, 05:58 PM |#20  
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Those scripts involve running mprime to check for processing errors.

By the way, with my Desire I found a strange behaviour. I can set 998Mhz and 788Mhz to 0.8mV, but if I try to do the same with 128, 245, or 384Mhz, system crashes. But again 19Mhz (deep sleep) works fine on 0.8mV. Normally, if a higher frequency works on low voltage, then lower freq must work on at least the same voltage. But not in this case, which is very weird.
17th October 2012, 07:23 PM |#21  
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Hello Viperboy

FYI - I read the older thread completely, and you mentioned that there was some sort of "Reset" script that could be flashed in Recovery in case someone (ie, Me) accidentally saved some out-of-range voltage settings; I didn't see that zip in any thread posted.

I have an early Thunderbolt running DHacker's ShiftAOSP 2.8 with Imo's 6.2.1 AOSP kernel (with his "Normal" voltage settings applied).
Thank you for resurrecting your work!
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