I'm having this bug where if my CPU 1 is set at highest 1.4ghz and CPU 2 at 1 ghz. But CPU 2 goes up toll 1.4 ghz which is the same speed as the 1st CPU. Anybody else have this problem.
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I reduced them, enabled the Profile again and now the phone (Xperia Tipo Dual/Android 4.0.4) went into a reboot tailspin. It ended up with a Nandroid backup restore and I spent much of the last 24h cleaning up after the restoration as the backup had already some age.
Pullback: It looks that the reboot tailspin was caused by a bad update of BootManager that I picked up on the way in the Xposed Framework downloads. I activated Performance Profile again, am getting some of the "stopped working" for the Profile, but this alone is tolerable. WiFi seems stable as well.
You have the last version 1.7 ?
You have the stock kernel?
I am using multiple profiles using the powersave governor with the lowest frequency set at 960mhz.... Everything works great for a couple of hours, but after a few hours my device idles at 960mhz instead of going down to 300mhz where it should be. There is no profile running when this happens. The only fix is to reboot! Any idea what's happening? My device is a nexus 5 running stock rom.
So it doesnt restore default profile? I need more information to understand. What values are set in default profile, how many profiles do you have,...
I've installed the last version 1.7
But module keeps crashing
Just installed the module activate it and reboot but when I'm trying to set the app it crash
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