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lte solid for me today, running 9/6 nightly and new rom, shifth3ory 2.0
 

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The LTE mods are just to enable Lte in low power mode. No big deal. Its been in kernels since June, and its probably in every kernel except tiamat and (for now) jdkernel.
 

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"fixxxer2012 said:
there should be no 4g/3g mods in any kernel. it creates too many issues.
I've used Imoseyons for quite some time until now and never had any issues.

"jdkoreclipse said:
The LTE mods are just to enable Lte in low power mode. No big deal. Its been in kernels since June, and its probably in every kernel except tiamat and (for now) jdkernel.
And I noticed my LTE was draining the battery more than usual today, guess that was why lol. Everything else runs great, I especially like the 3.0 ondemand governor
 

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I did some testing and got the following voltage table (used incredicontrol to change volts)

1400: 1150 (stable) 1125 (min)
1333: 1100 (stable) 1075 (min)
1222: 1050 (min/stable)
1113: 1000 (min/stable)
1024: 950 (min/stable)
800: 900 extrapolated (appears unused on smartass)
768: 875 (stable) 850 (min)
368: 750 (min/stable)
245: 750 (min/stable)

I'm not really sure its wise to go past 1.4 though even that is overkill, imho. Note that these results are specific to my phone and your results may vary.
 

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sundar2012 said:
I did some testing and got the following voltage table (used incredicontrol to change volts)

1400: 1150 (stable) 1125 (min)
1333: 1100 (stable) 1075 (min)
1222: 1050 (min/stable)
1113: 1000 (min/stable)
1024: 950 (min/stable)
800: 900 extrapolated (appears unused on smartass)
768: 875 (stable) 850 (min)
368: 750 (min/stable)
245: 750 (min/stable)

I'm not really sure its wise to go past 1.4 though even that is overkill, imho. Note that these results are specific to my phone and your results may vary.
vey similiar to mine(posted a page or two back), had to add 25 mv to the clocks >\= 1024 compared to urs
 

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theMichael said:
vey similiar to mine(posted a page or two back), had to add 25 mv to the clocks >\= 1024 compared to urs
Similar to mine as well. Seems like everyone has the big jump at 768, then it is pretty linear. My advice is to set the voltages using quadrant and linpack as tests, then do as theMichael said and bump the higher clockspeeds. I found that I would get freezes if I did not. I guess running a few quadrants and linpacks is not enough of a test.
 

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jd, interactivex freezes within 10 seconds for me but all governors run 100% stable so i know its not a voltage issue, any ideas? also do you have built in sleep profiles for ondemand and interactivex?
 

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"theMichael said:
jd, interactivex freezes within 10 seconds for me but all governors run 100% stable so i know its not a voltage issue, any ideas? also do you have built in sleep profiles for ondemand and interactivex?
Ill look into it.
 

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jdkoreclipse said:
Impossible.

Its a reverse-placebo.
i agree with jd, i think that was happening to me before awsell. let the kernel settle a little and u should notice no difference between any other kernel.
 
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