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Old May 12th, 2010, 10:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Does Cyanogen Mod undervolt the battery?

I read that undervolting can screw the phone up if you get low signal, and a live in an area with poor coverage.

But I was watching a video demo of Cyanogen and the guy said it came with a kernal that undervolts the battery.

Is that true? If so, can I install CM without undervolting?

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No it comes with a kernal that can be undervolted, but stock cm is not
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Cyanogen's kernel that is included with his rom is undervolted, but it meets the qualcomm criteria; it is slightly undervolted (probably the best term used), but not heavily like the other unvervolted kernels available
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i use this [.33.3 & .34-rc7]intersectRaven's Kernel (Hybrid AVS *Stable*) 05/10/2010 10:39pm - xda-developers on cyan5.0.6 .. 800mV CFS 33.3. He just came out with 33.4 Ill wait till the bugs are all out.
you can simply just flash this

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[Kernel-.33.3][DIET][05/02] CM 5.0.6, 8 MB+ RAM, Hybrid AVS **STABLE**, Optional OC - xda-developers
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