To understand more:
The patch Dynamic CPU Scaling requires a profile to load when the device is active, so you can use either one of the prebuilt profiles, your profiles, or build a new one at the spot.
Preloaded profiles are saved in /usr/share/kernel-power-settings/reg
Build my own profiles are in /usr/share/kernel-power-settings/userbuilt
Note: Once you select on of the preloaded profiles, reg will be created in /usr/share/kernel-power-settings/ which stands for that profile.
Additional help is included in the application.
The package requires:
#Installing these apt-get install dbus-scripts zenity python python-osso python-gtk2 #Removing these if you've got them apt-get remove cputweak-dcs apt-get remove batterypatch
*Allows you to quickly load your userbuilt profile from the profiles option - if it found one,
*Allows you to load a profile when idle, and another one when active if you activate the DCS patch (or the express),
*Adds support for POWERSAVE_BIAS
*Adds support for IGNORE_NICE_LOAD
*Fixed the 125MHz bug reported
*Added info about prebuilt profiles in "Help"
*Fixed a directory misspelling bug