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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by nklenchik, Nov 9, 2010.

  1. nklenchik

    nklenchik Well-Known Member
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    Hi,
    I have a galaxy s phone and installed this. The reason I'm making a new topic is because my phone keeps freezing when its not in use, then I have to restart the phone. Anyone know of a solution?
     

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  2. OfTheDamned

    OfTheDamned The Friendly Undead
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    What are your settings in SetCPU? Do you have any of the profiles set?
     
  3. sitlet

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    What are your setcpu settings and profiles?
     
  4. SwimDrewid

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    This usually happens when you set a Screen Off profile and when your max is too low and/or are changing scaling mode. (Each phone model (and each individual phone) can handle higher/lower max differently.
     
  5. nklenchik

    nklenchik Well-Known Member
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    Main screen: Max 100 mHZ min 10mHZ...on demand
    profile: screen off, priority 90, Max 200 min 0...on demand
     
  6. Ozymandias88

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    I don't think those frequencies would even work on the HTC Brick.

    I don't know what's recommended for the Galaxy S but I'd guess they should be around 10 times higher and I certainly wouldn't suggest you ever set your clock freq. to 0 as it would never execute the command to turn the clock freq. back up. I don't use setCPU though so I could be wrong.
     
  7. nklenchik

    nklenchik Well-Known Member
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    Yeah you make a good point. The mins were set at the lowest possible...recently changed them a bit. Ill see how this works. If anyone else has a Samsung fascinate let me know what yours is set to :p
     
  8. OfTheDamned

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    It is usually best to keep the Max and Min around 200 Mhz of each other from what I understand.
     
  9. nklenchik

    nklenchik Well-Known Member
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    Working so far :) thanks
     

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