Best battery saver kernel for CyanogenMod?

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    Senior Member Budske's Avatar
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    Best battery saver kernel for CyanogenMod?

    yeah... im using the diet kernel from here [Kernel - 33.2][DIET] CM 5.0.6 based, 8 MB Extra, Undervolting, 1.1 GHz OC, AVS - xda-developers


    the stable one and i want to know which one is the best (i dont know any other) for stability and battery save.


    Thx



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    You should try the one by intersectraven from the same site. He combines static and auto voltage adjustment in one kernel. His hybrid ones set a max volt for specific clock speeds and allow downscaling from that amount.

    i wrote a blog post about it Undervolting the nexus one - Adrian Cantrill's Blog you should try it.

    I'm currently on the 800mV one - seems rock solid for me at least.

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    i tried the 950mV from the site and it crashed the phone in 2 minutes, then i put the one without AVS

    how stable is urs???

    battery usage....

    im not using 3g cos here on chile sucks badly and this is with a normal usage, not playing too much, using foursquare, twidroid, uploading pictures, taking pictures and videos

    the last one i just take it :P








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    im the way that if i dont need a fast connection why use 3g??

    anyways... my 3G connection isnt working very well, dont know if i need a radio flash or its my carrier network with problems because of the earthquake (i talked with the carriers and they r fixing it)



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    damn...19hrs and still at 52% ?!? that's nuts...and obviously highly optimized! do you run setcpu with that kernel or does it scale clock speed and voltage automatically?

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    i was using CM 5.0.5 with the Diet OC/UV kernel from xda w/o avs and setcpu, using edge and gprs, not 3G (here in chile sucks) with a normal use, taking pictures and videos, auto brightness some use over tapatalk and foursquare, with auto sync and gtalk opened.


    Now i have CM 5.0.6 with a AVS/SVS kernel 900mV (the lowest that worked on my phone) [Kernel - .33.2]intersectRaven's Kernel (new Hybrid AVS) 04/17/2010 11:35am - xda-developers with setcpu with the same usage exept for pictures and videos and im at 86% with almost 9hrs of usage :P


    i still dont know which kernel is better... the one w/o AVS from the first one or the one with AVS and SVS from the second



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    I would love to try this, but have a couple nooby / basic questions:

    1. When you install a kernel, it is just like flashing the google add on when intially installing cyanogen?

    2. Anybody have a guide for adb remount and adb push bcm4329.ko ?

    Thanks. I'm new to this stuff, and having difficulty figuring things out.

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    i've installed Diet 850-avs. So far over 15 hours of battery life with 52 %. BTW at my last charge i was only at 82% =). It seems stupid good.

    I have set cpu and process manager pro running. Note the phone was sleeping for 7 hours or so at night. But still, it seems to waste no to little battery.

    Not sure how the hypbrid would do. keep me updated!

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    I'm using this one now:
    Kernel 2.6.33.2 ? OC-UV-BTN-AUD-RAM-VFP_FP (1.113GHZ) ? Nexus - Droid Basement

    My SetCPU settings are pretty liberal, but I still went 48 hrs before getting to 15% with moderate use. I'm happy with that performance!

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