Not kernel problem, it's app side that can't properly read gpu frequency values.Hello I have problem with GPU freq when I set max GPU 900mhz i can only reach 587mhz on any games benchmark etc. , never more. I try many kernel managers , adreno boost nothing help , when I set min /max to 900 mhz then that freq works. I'm on latest OP8 OOS 11.0.7. Any fix ?
Hmmm I don't think so my friend because when I set min and max to 900 then show 900 on side app and game is smoother and battery consumption is little higher.
Delete the current kernel manager and install the other one. Set maxfreq to 900 there, check if it worked and then come back to Your previous kernel manager. If it still doesn't go higher than 587 after selecting in new kernel manager, ignore it. Just delete it and install the one You were using and select 900 there. It will work.
Yes i try many others kernel manager doesn't help i find fix an install another version of radioactiveDelete the current kernel manager and install the other one. Set maxfreq to 900 there, check if it worked and then come back to Your previous kernel manager. If it still doesn't go higher than 587 after selecting in new kernel manager, ignore it. Just delete it and install the one You were using and select 900 there. It will work.
This is sorta weird bug tho. To make higher frequencies work you have to switch kernel managers
Sorry but no, i don't have any 9 series device and don't even plan on buying them. Next device probably will be a pixel instead of oneplus.
Sorry but custom rom builds doesn't have support, if it works in x or y rom is fine, if it's not i will not try to fix for a determinate rom, btw without a log even if you report using oos i can't do anything.There is one weird thing tho. Totally not sure if it's ROM or kernel or whatever but after a while the brightness starts to act weird. Like, the first half of the slider does nothing up to like 55-60% and then it's all of the brightness adjustment in the last 35% ish. It's usually fine after a cold boot but not long.
I am using Auto high brightness mode from the kernel as well as forcing 10% min brightness but without those 2 it still acts weird. The 10% min also doesn't work anymore as it sets it to 10% correctly but that part of the slider doesn't do anything anymore...
It seems to work fine on the stock kernel of EvoX tho. At least, the 5 minutes I used it. Lol.
I use gcam every day without any problem.
Sorry but no, those other governors are just schedutil with a few useless modifications, I'll keep the original schedutil which is the original and the best imo. Btw eas works differently like hmp where governors have the power to make frequency changes, in eas that task is more on the scheduler side instead of governor.
Just flash the custom version of the kernel and you're good to go. In another side, nice to see you here mate, ping me on Telegram if you have any problems.Hi, I would like to test this kernel in my phone (currently using custom AICP rom) and I don't understand this statement. Does it mean that I have to flash the current .zip of my ROM, and afterwards from the recovery without rebooting, flash the kernel?
Of course I don't know if AICP uses a custom kernel that modifies system files or dtb/dtbo -_-
Confirmed working on latest evox and havoc builds.
Oos and his memory management system expect zram to be enabled, disabling it can cause problems.