Correct, if you wait it out a little bit though cvpcs plans to update the official cm4dx to the gb kernel, & you won't have to sbf or anything. Just install the nightly like you normally would. Not sure when he'll have that released though.
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+1 to this.
Actually, that's what I'm currently doing...waiting out the GB update.
This blog post explains his plans, but his due-date for the update has since passed.
So I'd assume it'll be soon!
Keep 'er on the official nightly 78, and wait for 79 to FINALLY pop up to automatically update her to the gingerbread kernel...and potential battery life.
Also, I'd recommend "Android Overclock" in the market.
I have my phone overclocked to 1.2ghz (standard preset settings for voltage and frequency in the application) but actually obtain BETTER battery life through the use of "profiles"
My settings are:
Medium Voltage (stock) 1.2GHz Preset (Set at Boot)
And I then enable profiles for some battery saving.
Screen off %100 priority 800MHz max 400MHz min.
Temp > 42c %90 priority 800MHz max 400MHz min.
Battery < 30% %80 priority 800MHz max 400MHz min.
Screen On %70 priority 1200MHz max 400MHz min.
This ensures my phone is at 800MHz while the screen is off or while the temp is high or while my battery is low (I like that one so I can draw the last little bit of battery out a bit.) I put the Screen On profile just as a fail-safe to make sure I revert to 1.2 max while the screen is on unless the other conditions are met.
You can even make your screen off profile all the way down to 400MHz max and min...but that just makes me nervous for some reason.
I never had a problem for the few days that I used it, but I'm a bit OCD with some things.
I was worried that I wouldn't receive calls or my alarm wouldn't work or something like that.