[clug] ZTE and cyanogen mod 7

StephenGibson Stephen.Gibson at anu.edu.au
Thu Sep 8 02:09:56 MDT 2011

Lack of knowledge sent me along the setCPU route. It does include bench marks and a stress test, which provide good feedback on the max clock freq. The are also CPU profiles, but I have not made use of them.

The ZTE is a great little device.  I have had some fun with the Amarino bluetooth interface to Arduino and also with Python.  Only one person on the web appears to have compiled numpy for Android. It would be great to have both numpy and matplotlib running natively.

Ian Munsie <darkstarsword at gmail.com> wrote:

>On Tue, Sep 6, 2011 at 6:50 PM, Stephen Gibson
><Stephen.Gibson at anu.edu.au> wrote:
>> Update on my ZTE v9 running cyanogenmod 7:
>> (1) Overclocking - stable at 748MHz (cf stock 605MHz)
>>     I cheated and used the $2 setCPU app
>Any advantage of that app over simply:
>settings -> CyanogenMod settings -> performance -> CPU settings
> - max CPU frequency: 748MHz
> - governor: ondemand (or performance if you think your battery lasts too long)
> - set on boot
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