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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by faithcry, Nov 10, 2010.

  1. faithcry

    faithcry Well-Known Member
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    strictly based on battery life, which one would be better with no OC? and what would be the best governor?
     

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  2. SUroot

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    didnt notice any battery difference really but cfs was definitely slower, laggy even. On demand seems to be the best all rounder. IF you can get stability out of smartass, try that but im not sure exactly what how it works.

    Powersave is obviuosly supposed to be best for battery, but again it isnt as fast.

    OD suits my needs best
     
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    do you find that you get more battery life time out of OD rather than defrost?
     
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    Sorry, I mean "On Demand" governor.

    I don't like Open desire. Defrost used to be based on Open desire, but I think since moving to Cyanogen, its much better.

    For me Defrost is the best rom. Nothing comes close. Not even Cyanogen on which it is based. Although, obviously nothing would be possible without them, so great respect to them for that
     
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    true, im running defrost right now, whats your battery like on an average days use?
     
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    Hard to say, but on SVS BFS@ 1152 yesterday, went to bed 14 hours hours unplugged, 2hours 5 mins screen (57% of battery use) and had 36% left. So I sumise from that it would have lasted 21hours.
     
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