My Xperia Tipo Dual always freezes or reboots, the moment when the processor is clocked at 245 MHz (by the governor). Don't know why. Tried everything possible.
I'm running stock ROM and stock Kernel and the latest firmware.
The following frequencies are supported (in MHz): 122, 245, 320, 480, 640, 800. The moment the governor scales the CPU to 245 at low load, the phone either freezes, or reboots. If I manually put it to 245 MHz, the same thing happens within a few seconds.
So, I'm running at Minimum = 320 MHz; Maximum = 800 MHz with the interactive governor. Now it runs perfectly stable. But the standby time is considerably reduced.
Is there a way, by which I can delete the 245 MHz frequency from the Kernel and let the governor scale from 122 to 320 to 480 and so on; instead of 122 to 245 to 320 to 480 and so on?
Is there a way? Thank you.