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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by below_radar_00, May 17, 2011.

  1. below_radar_00

    below_radar_00 Well-Known Member
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    Sorry if this is answered somewhere else, I tried searching but couldn't find what I was looking for. I've done a ton of ROM swapping and kernel swapping and radio swapping and I just want to make sure I have everything set right.

    Right now I'm on CM7.0.3 and I'll probably be here for a long time. I guess when you download CM7 from Rom Manager it flashes a kernel for you because my kernel says this: 2.6.37.4-cyanogenmod+slayher@homebrewed #27
    Is that what my kernel should be? I just want the standard kernel, no overclock or undervolt stuff.

    My baseband says this: 2.15.00.09.01. Is that what it should be?

    Thanks for the help everyone!
     



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  2. nbladen

    nbladen Newbie

    Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe the baseband is what version of radio you have. You have the 09/01 release. I've been running the 04/08 radio and I've noticed a little pickup in battery life and haven't decided about call quality, but it seems better...could be placebo though haha. Those are installed in Hboot, so I don't think just flashing CM would change the baseband. The kernel version you reported is the stock kernel that comes with CM and it is correct.
     
  3. wayrad

    wayrad Android Expert

    What is currently considered the best kernel if you want good trackpad sensitivity? I'd like to be able to change LauncherPro homescreens with the trackpad, but it's incredibly unresponsive with the kernel that comes with CM7.0.3. A month or so ago, I know people were recommending Incredikernel_new_RC1 for this - is that still the best choice for this purpose? I'm hoping to avoid the battery life problems that I experienced last time I tried CM7.
     
  4. qwerty1

    qwerty1 Newbie

    Incredikernal is a good one...keep it on smartass and you should get good batt life and performance.
     
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  5. JSS12

    JSS12 Android Enthusiast

    I have Chad's Incredikernal 2.6.37.6

    How do I make sure I'm on "smartass"?
     
  6. qwerty1

    qwerty1 Newbie

    Inside the cm settings there is an option to set it. Its a waste of space but you can do it via the app setcpu. You really don't need that app but if you can't find the setting in the cm settings part of the phone, its another way of accessing the kernel.
     
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  7. JSS12

    JSS12 Android Enthusiast

    What is the difference between INTERACTIVE vs CONSERVATIVE vs PERFORMANCE vs SMARTASS?

    can someone list what each of these mean and what the pros and cons are of each so that I can make sure to choose the one that is best for me (and others)

    Thanks!
     
  8. wayrad

    wayrad Android Expert

    I didn't understand qwerty1's post at first, but I found this: [Q] SetCPU governors (explained) - xda-developers

    I guess the bit about using "performance" mode for stable benchmarking explains why my quadrant scores have been all over the barn!
     

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