Reducing Power Consumption on Almost Any Android with CPUfreq Governor Tweaks

Posted by D on Nov 25, 2010 2:05 PM EDT
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CPUfreq is the part of the Linux kernel that changes your CPU's frequency to save power or increases it to make your system run faster. Obviously the settings you use there are essential for you performance and battery consumption. I read an extensive article by IBM some time ago analysing the different Linux cpu frequency governors. It makes lots of fancy tests and has great diagrams etc. What it boils down to is that these are the perfect setttings for low power at high performance in Linux.

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WTF does this have to do with Android?!? Childish partisanship! tqk 3 848 Nov 27, 2010 9:52 PM

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