Galaxo Configuration in 1.6.2 and SetCPU


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  1. Jazzerather

    Jazzerather Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    I couldn't find any info about how exactly Galaxo configuration affects the performance changing Eco / Mix / Perf mode. What exactly it does?

    I would also like to know the same thing for the SetCPU app. There is a profile for Samsung Galaxy called MSM7k Turbo. What changes and tweaks does it make / do to the phone?

    Does those two settings can somehow confront each other meaning how it affects the phone performance / behavior if, for example, I have Galaxo Configuration set to Eco and in the same time I selected Galaxy Turbo profile in SetCPU?

    BR, Jazz
     

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  2. informale

    informale Well-Known Member

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    Galaxo Configuration is not functioning in Galaxo 1.6.x (because there are no 1.6 sources released yet...)

    Why don't you open it and see for yourself? There is no witchcraft - it simply tells the app what sort of processor you have, so that it does not try to set it to unsupported frequencies. The rest of the settings are user controllable, and you are expected to set it up to your liking.

    Read the help:
    http://www.pokedev.com/setcpu/
     
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    Jazzerather Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    In other words, it does nothing, both of them ;) .
     
  4. informale

    informale Well-Known Member

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    not true. SetCPU actually works.
     
  5. imad

    imad Active Member

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    don't use MSM7k Turbo profile, it doesn't allow the slider to go below 245mhz. use auto detect it will allow you to downclock to 122mhz, which is useful for sleep.
     
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    Jazzerather Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thx, I will see how my Galaxy behaves with diff profiles enabled. This seems quite interesting. Especially the 122MHz if he manages to get some sleep overnight ;).

    Galaxy is well known about its insomnia problem ;)
     

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