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How to shut down permantly one core on Android phone programatically

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May 11, 2014
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Good Afternoon.

I working on an Android application, but I'm stuck on a problem now. I want to shut down permantly one (or more) of the four CPU cores of my android device. I found a way through ADB but none through Java.:crying:

Can anyone help me out?:confused:
Thanks in advance!
 

Codename13

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Good Afternoon.

I working on an Android application, but I'm stuck on a problem now. I want to shut down permantly one (or more) of the four CPU cores of my android device. I found a way through ADB but none through Java.:crying:

Can anyone help me out?:confused:
Thanks in advance!

What's the ADB command to do that? There should be a way to integrate some shell commands into java code.
 
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gallego18

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Try using app kernel auditor mod I think it can do what you want


Sent from my iPhone 4s using Tapatalk I also own a g900v


Thank you, but kernel adiutor or another kernel manager don`t apply changes since early boot (early init). It apply changes once the phone loads the rom and enters on launcher
I need modify kernel image boot.img or something similar
 

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There is boot img which holds
Kernel img ram disk and one other img I can't remember the name of
A custom kernel may be required


Sent from my iPhone 4s using Tapatalk I also own a g900v
 

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    Good Afternoon.

    I working on an Android application, but I'm stuck on a problem now. I want to shut down permantly one (or more) of the four CPU cores of my android device. I found a way through ADB but none through Java.:crying:

    Can anyone help me out?:confused:
    Thanks in advance!

    What's the ADB command to do that? There should be a way to integrate some shell commands into java code.