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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by shaggylouie, Jul 23, 2010.

  1. shaggylouie

    shaggylouie Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    I need help with SetCPU (bought on the market). I see two bars - Max and Min and I see Scaling ondemand etc... I want to set a fast speed for "up time" and a slow speed for "down time" to save on battery life. After reading, I figured 710MHz is good, but what is what?

    I'm very new to root (liking it so far - xtrROM 3.03) but I would like clear instructions how to set this properly on this app.

    Currently have only set Max 710 and Min 710 ondemand. You guys have been awesome. Any more help would be appreciated!!!

    -Shaggylouie
     

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  2. daNutz

    daNutz Newbie

    What kernal are you using? I've never seen a 710 setting on any kernel. You may need to refresh your device selection (open setcpu > touch menu button > device selection > autodetect).

    I use on demand for everything and works flawlessly.

    As for "down time" settings: I use SetCPU's profile options. i.e. screen off would be a lower clock speed cause i'm not using the phone.
     
  3. EricAtUNC

    EricAtUNC Member

  4. shaggylouie

    shaggylouie Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Kernal version: 2.6.29 zanfur@gandalf #46

    I set the 710 setting. I then checked "set on boot". What is on demand? Sorry, I am very new and don't know much about this.
     
  5. scary alien

    scary alien not really so scary
    Moderator

    710MHz is not an uncommon o/c speed for some kernels. The one I use, Ivanmmj's Eris Official 1.0 comes kernel-locked at 710MHz (its highest setting). You can flash Zanfur's o/c kernel patch to go higher if wanted/needed.

    Read through the thread posted above (http://androidforums.com/all-things-root-eris/98457-overclocking-hmm.html). It contains lots of good info / advice / settings. For example: don't enable "set-on-boot" until you are sure your device is stable at the speed you set. You also pretty-much want "on-demand" (o/c's when needed/appropriate vs. all the time) unless you want your phone cranked-up and o/c'ing 100% of the time. Be sure to also set a good failsafe temperature profile. All of this is covered in the above thread. Good luck!
     
  6. shaggylouie

    shaggylouie Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    THANK YOU!

    Here's where I'm at:

    Max 710, Min 245

    Enabled Profiles: Temp 41.3 C and Screen off Max 245, Min 160

    So far, so good!

    The phone is fast, crisp, responsive. Now I just have to wait to see the battery life response.

    Thanks guys!
     
  7. copestag

    copestag Android Expert

    My settings are 806/480.... profiles 40
     
  8. IzelTokatl

    IzelTokatl Android Enthusiast

    I'm set at Max 710, Min 245, if you leave the min at 710, your battery will get drained too much it does need to throttle down when nothing is going on.
     
  9. srmccoy

    srmccoy Well-Known Member

    Default for me = 710/480, Screen Off = 480/245 (Primarily for wake-up and call response, but Pandora and other music services do well here), and my Failsafe is 45
     
  10. ppbb

    ppbb Well-Known Member

     
  11. copestag

    copestag Android Expert

    yes if youre wifi tethering its going to hit 40
     
  12. hallstevenson

    hallstevenson Android Expert

    I had mine set at 768/19 and someone pointed out that when you "wake" the phone up, the jump from 19mhz to 768mhz seems to be a big battery hit. I was getting HORRID battery performance too... It was discharging at a rate that I'd need to charge it in 3-4 hours. Changed it to 768/480 and it's (the battery) is lasting much longer already.
     

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