What is the default CPU governor?

Discussion in 'Xiaomi Mi 2 / Mi 2S' started by tzadka, Feb 27, 2013.

  1. tzadka

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    Is it possible that it gave me graphical issues?

    It was set on INTERACTIVE and I changed it to ONDEMAND which seems to work better with this device.
     
  2. ubelai

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    Interactive is your default governor. ondemand will make your user experience the slightest bit smoother, but in turn at a hefty cost of using your battery.

    It is best to get an app that will add a zipalign if you want the same smooth results as ondemand, without the cost of battery life.


    EDIT:
    Currently testing the device between interactive and ondemand governors. I'm on a personal search to see which delivers ideal performance between the two at the advantage of battery life while using the phone.

    From what I've observed so far is that ondemand can be a little more conservative in terms of battery life. This could be the fact it drops to the minimum Cpu speed much faster than interactive.

    Sent from my MI 2 using Tapatalk 2
     
  3. cantfind

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    Excuse my newbieness, but how do you change these settings?
     
  4. kekkojoker90

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    with an app like no frills cpu.
     
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  5. cantfind

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    Thanks, I'll give on demand a shot as well :)
     

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