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    Default I wanna know if our phones are using both cores?

    I heard gingerbread has support for it but doesn't use it. I heard. Ics will use both but I don't know if our current firmware does.

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    I've heard from some people that even ics doesn't completely utilize both cores, but I'd like to know an exact answer too.

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    Well when I say ics I mean it for our phones. Not ics in general. Maybe tmobile is fixing that.

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    Regardless of phone, the source code still comes from Google and I doubt they will try to completely rewrite how it works. I really hope ics will handle both cores right though.

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    if your still figuring this out check out system tuner on my current ice from I'm have enabled both and can confidently state that this issue is not with the rkm but the kernel the phone is using

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    Default Re: I wanna know if our phones are using both cores?

    for what I understand the second core will come online when the other one is completely full.

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