What ROM are you running? I stay clocked at 1804 without battery issues running Warp OEM 2.53 using SmartassV2 / SIO.
yea and you could even get the 2000 mah which is a extended batterie but still fits in the original back cover...I would also look into buying a new battery, This really should not be happening.
They are actually pretty cheap
yea and you could even get the 2000 mah which is a extended batterie but still fits in the original back cover...
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Oh but to the point I've been using set cpu and I didn't even know it could do that...I think that's exactly what I was looking for! Thanks!
Okay so any cpu setting above 1.4 kills my battery...in fact on battery I usually keep it set at 1024... it's there any way or app to auto set 1024 when running on battery and 1.6ghz when plugged in?
There sure is! A simple init.d script could be made to do the job. The functionality would basically be just an extension of PowerNap.
RomToolbox is 8.42MB and SetCPU 1.53MB. I think the best app to control CPU is SetCPU, version 3.0.9 (latest one) eats around 3MB of RAM and works very well, but would be better a full functional scrippt.I think you can set up profiles with ROM Toolbox and do it that way...?
I use voltage control, rom toolbox is good for that but I guess I use voltage out of habit
Forgive my noobishness, what is the proper priority set up?