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Hi everyone, i'm new to this, i've flashed the kernel via cwm recovery successfully ( i think ) but i just cant seem to find where you change the cpu speed. Can anyone point me in the right direction? Much appreciated. BTW Using Fish'N'Chips RLS3. 

Edited by leemo92, 08 March 2012 - 11:57 AM.

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You'll want to get a copy of SetCPU, CPU tuner, or similar.

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Use a package like SetCPU or AnTuTu CPU Master to set the min and max clocks.

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Oh i see, thanks for the info, i thought it was under settings like in cyanogenmod lol.

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Nah, unfortunately not, it would be if we had CM7 :(

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The difficulty there is not so much producing one as doing it with the soft keys working properly. I can't test that here, but I did have a bit of a fiddle. If you're feeling brave you can give it a whirl: vivacitytest.zip


Working well so far.

Great work Fuzzra!

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Great work mate :D

One question from me-i'm currently using

[ROM] FLB2 - Completely Debranded GB ROM r2a http://android.modac...ded-gb-rom-r2a/
Now, after flashing the rom i immediately had to flash the stock OSFII kernel because i had the problem with the out of sync touchscreen and keyboard. Was just wondering if any of the other users on here had this rom on their phone and if the sync problem returns with this kernel flash ?

Cheers in advance.

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I'm guessing you are in a small minority on that ROM. I suggest you flash Fish & Chips which has benefited from continuous support & development. Rls 4 is due this weekend - give it a try. I promise you won't be disappointed!!

Edited by Titas, 10 March 2012 - 06:09 PM.

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I'm guessing you are in a small minority on that ROM. I suggest you flash Fish & Chips which has benefited from continuous support & development. Rls 4 is due this weekend - give it a try. I promise you won't be disappointed!!


Thanks for the reply Titas. Decided to go ahead and try it anyway, all's working fine. No sync keyboard issues and front facing camera works fine too. Big thanks to all involved Posted Image

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It just gets better and better. Good choice.....

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The SFII kernel works perfectly for me.

I am overclocking to 979.2 MHz at the moment, and haven't encountered any problems.

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Try the Antutu full test miso and tell me if it crashes ;)

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Try the Antutu full test miso and tell me if it crashes ;)


Do you mean set it to the highest frequency available in Antutu? I did try that at one point but it froze and rebooted. :(

At the moment I have got it set to 998.4 MHz which seems to work fine.

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No I meant try the tests at 979.2. Mine crashed at the 2D graphics test (flying androids)

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No I meant try the tests at 979.2. Mine crashed at the 2D graphics test (flying androids)


Just tested mine at the same frequency. The test completed with a score of 1637. I'll try some higher frequencies.

edit: I have just run the test at 1017.6 MHz and it completed with a score of 1798. Any higher and my phone crashes instantly.

Edited by misodoctakleidist, 13 March 2012 - 06:55 PM.

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Nice lol :D

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Hi,
on my TMV run CM9 (19/05) and I have one question. Which CPU governor is best for battery life and performance? I overclocked to 979MHz and Antutu works fine with 2138 points . I'd like overclock/underclock between 122 and 979 MHz, but I dont know which governor is best for this.

Thanks

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A balanced governor like smartassV2 is probably best for that.

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Does anyone know whether each governor supports deep sleep? Or is it just ondemand that lets the device go in to deep sleep?

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The difficulty there is not so much producing one as doing it with the soft keys working properly. I can't test that here, but I did have a bit of a fiddle. If you're feeling brave you can give it a whirl: vivacitytest.zip


Does thid fix the upside down camera problem , I just tried it but it didnt work for me

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