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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by SolidOrange, Jun 30, 2011.

  1. SolidOrange

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    I have now gone over a week with no random reboots by making 1 simple change. Using SetCPU I created a profile to underclock down to 768mHz with ondemand scaling at temp>46
     

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    Thanks for the tip! After activating my phone today w/ Verizon's booth I'm gonna make sure I do this after rooting ;)
     
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    I appreciate your contribution to the thread.

    I haven't had a random reboot since I set my clock to 1.5 ghz with onDemand. I only have it go down to 245 with screen off.

    Won't hurt putting your profile addition in there, though :)
     
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    I don't know if it's off topic but what kernels are you all running? I'm still on the stock one but am interested in undervoltig anda more broad array of clock speeds.

    I haven't had any reboots yet but applied your trick so all is well so far!

    EDIT: I've had a few reboots between my original post and just now but only a few. I forgot what temp to set it at so I originally had it at 60*C but then found this post again and just applied back to 46*C. Let's cross our fingers this fixes the issue! :D
     

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