Update works great... BUT It rechecked the "default voltages" box, so if your phone is not at least stable enough at default to uncheck it quickly, you will get stuck in a boot loop. Good thing is that your voltages are still there so they will apply once the box is unchecked.
Very useful NS Tools is your all-in-one kernel modification program for Nexus S phones. It will simultaneously perform the roles of SertCPU as well as Voltage Control and allow you to utilize Ezekeel's modifications.The interface is uncomplicated and it is easy to scroll through tabs. There's really not much to say about how useful this program is other than to say it does pretty much everything you need to modify the kernel. What is especially helpful about this program is that it allows you to fine tune the settings within a tweaked governor so you can further maximize battery preservation or performance within a particular kernel. I have noticed some issues with the program -- mainly in saving my settings. Sometimes they save and sometimes they don't. It has crashed a few times, but that may be more ROM-related than anything else. With respect to the boot loops experienced by some users, I suspect many of these issues are due to the fact that the users are playing around too much. When changing you settings, you should always uncheck the option to load seetings at boot in the event that you do crash and loop. Furthermore, don't play with voltages unless you know what you're doing.
Great Excellent app, all the controll you need and even more. However after reboots min freq jumps up to max freq, this might be an issue for those who have an unstable setting saved on boot.
Ruined Newest update put me in a boot loop coma. What happened? I updated and simply opened the app. Update: reinstalled rom and kernel. Works fine, but I loaded my saved settings and then it boot-looped again. Does not like my settings, although it was fine before.
Great program! Does one thing and does it well! It actually does that one thing, change ,to many kernel settings. Just works, and get updates for the latest kernel mods often.
Almost perfect Would be perfect if conditional settings were available. You know, "if screen is off, set clock to x governor/speed" and "if battery drops to y% scale back" stuff like that.
- selective liveoc
- fast charge toggle
- add init.d script option