Android has several CPU govenors. Does it make sense to change them on /e/ to improve the battery life time?
I dont think there is much to do about that, it’s already meant to downclock the cpus and save energy when not using much cpus, and to overclock cpus when they are heavily used, by design since smartphones are meant to rely on batteries.
The only thing that seem relevant and efficient from my experience is to control what’s running on the background
Thanks for the response. I agree on that. I was just wondering about all the different governors. As there is no simple (non-rooted) way to test this I will no longer look into this matter.
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