Originally Posted by stargate125645
Well is there another I can use to adjust USB charging?
So I'm a little confused on this stuff...I understand that a ROM comes with a kernel, but why would I put a different kernel onto the phone when I just put the one on the phone that comes with the ROM I flashed? And what am I flashing with EZ-Recovery? (It takes no time to do it, so I would think it's just a kernel, but then what the hell did I just put on my phone that's unlocked?!) The link I put in my previous post for VZW SGS3 users has a section for adding a kernel to a ROM, and this makes no sense to me since putting the custom ROM on there should include a kernel. (Also, are people not misusing the term "kernel", referring to the ROM even when they say "kernel"?)
I don't think so, but I may be wrong. I'm sure someone will correct me if I am wrong. The Ktoonsez kernel I'm using has an option "Fast Charge" which is supposed to be used for USB charging only.. not sure the specifics of what it does though.
Yes, ROM's come with kernels otherwise the ROM wouldn't even work. Asking why you'd put a different kernel is like asking why OC? Because in a lot of cases you'll get better performance and better battery depending on the kernel.
Originally Posted by Scorpion667
Sooo... I got my I747 stable at 2.1Ghz within 30 mins of rooting. Guess I got lucky as it only needs 1.25v which is very close to stock (1.2v). Comparatively, my friend's needs 1.35v for the same frequency.
Ktoonsez's kernel seems great so far! Love the kernel options!!!
31 min stability test pass:
I know! I told you it was pretty smooth
EDIT: Also.. I just decided to see how low of a voltage I could get with 2.1GHz.. started at 1.2v but it crashed about 10mins in, knocked it up to 1.21v and it just passed 30min stable. I am surprised. Gonna keep messing with it and see what I can get these voltages at.Edited by iinversion - 9/23/12 at 5:22am