[ROM] [Official] Paranoid Android AOSPA - 6.0.3

Rebel 3.0
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Re: [ROM] [Official] Paranoid Android AOSPA - 6.0.3


iNKay wrote:

Will paranoid android support cloud features?


No, I've seen it requested many times in basically every ROM thread... That is proprietary Nextbit technology, and they ain't sharing lol

Rebel 3.2
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Re: [ROM] [Official] Paranoid Android AOSPA - 6.0.3

Love this rom. Its the fastest and smoothest out of all. Battery life is fantastic too! 4hr SOT. a full 12hr day. Youtube, texting, email, web browsing. 

Cant wait for nougat

Rebel 3.0
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Re: [ROM] [Official] Paranoid Android AOSPA - 6.0.3

Just flashed. Working flawlessly so far! Is Ambient Display supposed to work? It does on Omni ROM Smiley Happy
#nextnow proud rebel! I love to help!
Rebel 3.0
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Advanced Reboot Options are available! I found them in Developer Options! Woohoo!
#nextnow proud rebel! I love to help!
Rebel 2.8
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Re: [ROM] [Official] Paranoid Android AOSPA - 6.0.3

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Few questions: 

 

- Is undervolting supported on the pre-packaged kernel?

- Is full CPU clock control available?

 

I feel that if these two are supported all issues with battery life and overheating will be fixed. Disabling/underclocking the A57 cluster would really help, although it would kill performance (who plays Asphalt anyway?).

 

Seriously eyeing the Robin for $169 on Amazon... coming from a Nexus 5 with a CPU undervolted by ~150 mV and underclocked to 1036 MHz I really hope that we can undervolt (the Nexus 5 would heat like a toaster oven, but undervolting seriously helped).

 

 

Rebel 3.0
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negusp wrote:

Few questions: 

 

- Is undervolting supported on the pre-packaged kernel?

- Is full CPU clock control available?

 

I feel that if these two are supported all issues with battery life and overheating will be fixed. Disabling/underclocking the A57 cluster would really help, although it would kill performance (who plays Asphalt anyway?).

 

Seriously eyeing the Robin for $169 on Amazon... coming from a Nexus 5 with a CPU undervolted by ~150 mV and underclocked to 1036 MHz I really hope that we can undervolt (the Nexus 5 would heat like a toaster oven, but undervolting seriously helped).

 

 


I really like my robin if for nothing else the price and extra gig of ram over the 5x. Being a nexus device there is a lot more development for the 5x. I do not believe this kernel supporst undervolting, but you have control over the CPU and features with kernel apps. I had mine pretty well tweaked. I was running resurection remix as this PA 6 was buggy for me. RR includes the deathly kernel that is a little more feature rich, but I do not believe has uV control.

The new Nougat beta in collaboration with Paranoid Android is pretty slick http://community.nextbit.com/t5/Community-Blog/Nextbit-Paranoid-Android-and-Nougat/ba-p/32329 



 

Rebel 2.8
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Re: [ROM] [Official] Paranoid Android AOSPA - 6.0.3

Thanks! Is there core/hotplugging control? (disabling specific CPU cores)

Rebel 3.0
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negusp wrote:

Thanks! Is there core/hotplugging control? (disabling specific CPU cores)


I am 95% sure it does, but maybe someone else will want to confirm. I had mine on RR tweaked fully using the following guide: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2769899 

Rebel 2.8
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Re: [ROM] [Official] Paranoid Android AOSPA - 6.0.3

Great, thats awesome, thanks. I can generally deal with a lack of undervolting regardless. 

Rebel 2.6
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Re: [ROM] [Official] Paranoid Android AOSPA - 6.0.3

I see that you are very knowledgeable and I'm in need of assistance. I purchased a nextbit Robin with paranoid android 6.0.3 installed, and I'm trying to get back to the stock ROM, can you help me?