I've been using the Humberos kernels and roms for a long time now, and I friggin' love 'em, but there's one thing that's been bugging me since day one - the voltage tables. At first I wasn't able to get undervolting working at all - any attempt to change it would just set all the voltages to some insanely high number. After a bit of playing around I got it to work, but 2 things are still out of whack:
1. The voltages get reported as "750,000mv" instead of "750mv".
2. The two lowest CPU frequencies can't have their voltage set any lower than "900,000mv".
The first issue means that it's almost impossible to tweak voltages in an app like SetCPU - I have to go and create a text file, change all the voltages, then load and apply that text file. It works, but it's awkward.
The second issue means that the lower two frequencies are essentially useless to me. I have 300mhz set up to use "725,000 mv", while 200 and 100 are both set at "900,000". So in order to get the best battery life I actually have to set my minimum frequency to 300.
Am I the only one seeing these problems? Doesn't anybody else bother with voltage adjustments? Any input here would be appreciated.
I can confirm this issue.
So, I got it fixed and it will available in next build.