Root Newer kernel or stability?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by ccsoccer03, Oct 14, 2010.

  1. ccsoccer03

    ccsoccer03 Well-Known Member
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    I was wondering if anyone knew of development that could possibly push the limits of our phones even further or stabilize phones that cant meet the 787 or 767 mark
     

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  2. myfishbear

    myfishbear Well-Known Member
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    i get a stable 767 on my ally all the time, it never crashes. i had a problem with velocity.3 with the newest oc kernel where id get kernel panic even when i re-flashed and cleared everything off my phone. so i switched back to velocity .2 with the gnmturbo4 kernel and it runs faster then my oc droid(maybe be due to the ally's smaller screen):D

    here's my setcpu profile so that you can try this if you want
    (it saves a bit of power too)
    charging full 768max 320min on-demand 50%
    battery<80% 748max 320min on-demand 50%
    battery<65% 600max 245min Conservative 50%
    battery<30% 320max 122min Power Save 50%
    battery<10% 122max 122min Power Save 50%
     
  3. netizenmt

    netizenmt Well-Known Member
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    I used myfishbear's setcpu profile idea on my phone. It does seem to help with battery life quite a bit. I'm using Velocity 0.3 because I can't figure out how to set 0.2 up with app2sd. (LOLz at myself)
     
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