ChevyNo1 1.1Ghz ULV caused slow loading to boot loop


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  1. chevboy_0

    chevboy_0 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    So I have the day off of work today and I was playing around with different stuff on my phone.

    Currently I am running Blueberry Liquid Frozen Yogurt 1.6, with Slayhers 1200 Kernel.

    I set it up last night and I've been using it very lightly and now I have about 50% battery. Just for kicks and giggles I decided to try ChevyNo1's 1.1Ghz ULV Kernel to see what would happen as I have heard very good things about it. And when I flashed it and upon Reboot the boot animation loaded extremely slow. And when it finally got to the Droid Eye it went into the dreaded boot loop... :(

    So now I pose these questions to the Root Gurus, did I do something wrong? Should I choose another kernel? And how do I go about choosing the optimum kernel to maximize performance?

    With LFY 1.6 and Slayhers 1200kernel I can get a 1339 on Quadrant, and a Short Bench of 316-466, and a long bench of 579-585. And a native bench of 945.77. This is all with SetCPU set to Ondemand.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated, Im still trying to figure all this stuff out and I dont know anywhere else that has this wealth of information. :D

    Thanks Andrew
     

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  2. Lock-N-Load

    Lock-N-Load Well-Known Member

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    your phone may not dig ULV.. try LV instead

    or, your phone may not like 1.1 as well.

    you did nothing wrong. phone just does not dig it for voltage or speed reasons. 1.1 on Chevy is pretty proven and stable, so I would try LV and not ULV model.

    and.. FWIW, 1339 on a 1200 is not that great to what could/should be had. I have gotten into the the 1600's on a 1.2 by JDLFG

    BTW - this is why I download like 3 kernels onto my phone so if 1 fails, you can boot into recovery and load another and try to boot.
     
  3. chevboy_0

    chevboy_0 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    So basically what your saying is that the kernel that works for some phone wont necessarily work on others?

    If it runs on the Slayher 1200 should I try a Chevy 1200, or something similar?

    I am also curious as to how I can get performance up there like you said. Does it just matter about what ROM is on the phone and what kernel is on there as well?

    I apologize for all the questions but I am still quite confused, even though I have been religously reading and lurking the forums here for the past couple days in order to learn as much as I can.
     
  4. Lock-N-Load

    Lock-N-Load Well-Known Member

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    oh yes.. it is proven over and over that each phone and what it can tolerate for kernals and voltage is different. you can see that fact all over this forum. In my case, any P3 fails for me and causes boot loops. JDLFG's was the first and only 1.2 to ever work for me. I cannot use ULV and have to use LV on Chevy's.. the next guy, totally different story.

    NO guarantee a 1200 by 1 guy will allow a 1200 by another to run. as I said, I have only ever been able to even boot with 1 1200 and actually run, no ones 1200 works for me but JDLFG's

    perf is all kinds of things.. speed, memory available, temp, # running apps, etc. But, on Quadrant, it is also pretty proven that the first test is always low and subsequent tests are always higher & more even. so, do several tests in a row. when I do mine, I do mine real world.. that is, I do not kill apps - I start up Quadrant and run it the way the phone is.
     
  5. chevboy_0

    chevboy_0 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    After a little bit of playing with I found that the ChevyNo1 1.25Ghz Lv kernel works ;)

    After a couple tests on Quadrant I have gotten a 1469, and a 1689. But would someone mind explaining what these numbers actually mean please?
     
  6. twistedlim

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    Not much really in my opinion.
     

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