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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by digdug1, Jul 5, 2010.

  1. digdug1

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    ok so i get that everyone's phone reacts differently to different kernals. but what i'd like to know is what if i got a kernal that yields great results as far as performance, but drains the battery to quickly? im using chevy's ulv 1.25. will using set cpu to scale it back to 1.1 be as beneficial as using a new 1.1 kernal?
     

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    The "which kernel" question is best answered by trial and error...no one will be able to answer your question authoritatively, unfortunately.

    Generally, lower clock speeds = better battery life, and less potential for "glitches" (spontaneous reboots, lock-ups, generally flaky behavior), but you might find a faster kernel could be nicer to your phone than a slower one...

    There's a kernel thread sticky at the top of this forum...
     

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