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BMc08GT said:
You have to big of a gap between your min of 350 and 800. you need to step it up more with one in between(eg. 350 675 850 1.2, or even 350 700 900 1.2). The influx of processor speed from the low speed of 350 to 800 is what is causing the crash, I believe....

EDIT: you could even try ryan's setup a few posts up
From what I understand of how the ondemand governor works is that when the system detects a load level high enough to trigger a scale up, the system immediately jumps to the highest frequency bypassing everything else in between and then scales it back down as needed. This would make the large gap jump not an issue as the "influx of processor speed" would be even bigger when the cpu first scales to max. Likely there is another issue causing the crash. One way to test is just use the slider to set your minimum speed to the 800 so that you only have 3 slots in use. Then perform your tests. If it fails, it is another problem, likely voltage. If it works, change the slider to just use the two lowest slots of 350 and 800 and retest. If that fails, then a smaller gap is the issue. If that works also, then your issue is likely another speed/voltage combo. Just set the cpu to use just one slot and test on each slot to see if any one fails.
 

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berto1014 said:
I don't want the crop. I like the widescreen picture. AOSP does not offer this option. I mean I can live without it, but its just something I liked.
The widescreen picture is the crop. The blur camera takes the 8MP image and crops it to 3264x1840. The AOSP camera does not crop it, so you get 3264x2448. You are actually getting more of your image with the AOSP camera.
 
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