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[Kernel][jb43] [v8.3, FINAL] Leankernel: Minimalistic Kernel

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h3ckman

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 05:42 AM #12641

Has anyone noticed that v4.2.0exp2 has been removed?

I downloaded the file last night but now I don't see it on imoseyon's hosting site today. I wonder why.
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Posted 03 August 2012 - 05:53 AM #12642

Has anyone noticed that v4.2.0exp2 has been removed?

I downloaded the file last night but now I don't see it on imoseyon's hosting site today. I wonder why.

I see it there.

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byrong

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 06:02 AM #12643

Has anyone noticed that v4.2.0exp2 has been removed?

I see it there.

Hm, like h3ckman, I no longer see it. The newest version I see now is 4.1.0exp2 (with an upload date of July 18) rather than 4.2.0exp2

Odd.

Edit: Huh... now seeing it again. No idea what that was about... maybe my browser was fetching an old version of the page??

http://imoseyon.host...2-230gnexus.zip

Edited by byrong, 03 August 2012 - 06:05 AM.

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nic85

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 06:05 AM #12644

4.2.0 exp 2 CPU never go to 230 MHz..why? I have to disabile 350 MHz slot?
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byrong

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 06:07 AM #12645

4.2.0 exp 2 CPU never go to 230 MHz..why? I have to disabile 350 MHz slot?

You have to set your min to 230. The exp kernel unlocks that slot, but you still have to set it using something like LeanKernelTweaks, or No-Frills CPU, or your own init.d script... or any other number of ways
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nic85

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 06:14 AM #12646

Did it with leantw.

350mhz slot remain active..is it OK?

230mhz slot si for better battery life?
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byrong

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 06:54 AM #12647

There is no way to disable the 350mhz slot without compiling an entirely new kernel. So yes, it's perfectly fine for it to be active. Setting your min to 230 just allows your cpu to dip lower.

And yes, the lower slots are for better battery life, though your usage patterns will ultimately dictate whether you actually see those savings. For example, a heavy user might not notice any difference at all because his CPU never runs that low while the screen is on, and it just goes to deep sleep while the screen is off. Just keep an eye on something like CPUSpy to see how much your phone actually uses that slot.
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TMFGO45

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 06:58 AM #12648

Does leaving GPS on affect battery when not using an app that needs access to it?

Sent from my Galaxy Nexus! (AOKP M6 , Leankernel 3.9.0 exp4, 4.0.4 Radios, Inverted Gapps, TWRP 2.2 Recovery)
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jesssiii

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 07:02 AM #12649

Just keep an eye on something like CPUSpy to see how much your phone actually uses that slot.

Like so,
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tiny4579

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Posted 03 August 2012 - 07:34 AM #12650

Does leaving GPS on affect battery when not using an app that needs access to it?

Sent from my Galaxy Nexus! (AOKP M6 , Leankernel 3.9.0 exp4, 4.0.4 Radios, Inverted Gapps, TWRP 2.2 Recovery)


It shouldn't. I haven't really noticed a difference myself and I haven't bothered turning it off for a while. Turning it off will force geolocation if the app supports both GPS and geolocation for location which may save a bit of battery. But if you don't use maps or apps that use GPS you probably won't notice savings turning it off.
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