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[KERNEL] [GSM/LTE/CDMA] [4.0.4] CMPlus for Tuna [11 JUN]

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16th May 2012, 07:35 AM |#551  
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When can we see some new releases? I'm having withdrawals haha
 
 
16th May 2012, 12:55 PM |#552  
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When can we see some new releases? I'm having withdrawals haha

Lol, didn't I say I was taking a break? Actually testing some scheduler tweaks which improve responsiveness, and also waiting for Linux kernel 3.0.32 to drop.
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16th May 2012, 01:51 PM |#553  
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Oh yeah I forgot about that haha no problem though, take as much time as you'd like

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16th May 2012, 04:10 PM |#554  
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Had a strange, idk what to call it on the new kernel this morning (forced me back to Franco for now). I went to bed, phone at 99%, woke up and it was on with a dark grey screen with the led light staying on white. Couldn't do anything but a battery pull and when I rebooted it was at 62%

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ok I disabled hotplug (in fact I'm using the default script now).
This morning, my alarm app went off and I snoozed it (as usual ). 10 minutes later I woke up to a freezed phone and extremely high tempreture. It wasn't too hot to touch but damn it was close. I panicked and removed the battery instantly.
Hopefully there is a way to debug this (wherever the problem is, I'm using CM9 nightlies).

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I was having that issue too, and since I set SCREENSTATE=0 it didn't happen any more.

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+1 here. will set SCREENSTATE=0

Found out the most likely reason for the above reported cases is a bug in the cmplus script for Screenstate mode, which inadvertently allocated 100% of CPU bandwidth to real-time tasks when screen-off. So what most likely happened is that a run-away real-time task managed to lock up your devices and consume all CPU bandwidth. Totally doofus move on my part, so sincerest apologies. But now that I've found it, it will be fixed in next build. Not only that, but finding that bug helped me to better tweak and allocate CPU bandwidth in Screenstate mode, and I must say that UI is really responsive with the new CPU scheduler tweaks.
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16th May 2012, 04:17 PM |#555  
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Yesterday I had to call 911.

Every time the call connected, the phone hung up. Tried 3 times. Luckily they were able to trace the call to my location.

Is this more likely to be an issue with this particular rom, or CM9 base, or ??

Kind of serious, no?

This may be considered a double post, but I can report also that I have had problems with 911.

I was robbed yesterday (my other galaxy nexus was stolen) as well as a Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket. I tried calling 911 but my phone would not dial out to emergency services. It said "Call Failed" with no ring and 55 seconds on the call time. I tried this about nine times before I went into a target and used their phone. My phone calls everyone else fine. I just tried again and it still does this. I was never able to get through.

My Gnex is running May 8th's nightly. Luckily I was not bleeding out or anything, but this might need to be fixed. Still love the ROM and all the developers who work on it.

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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=26173884
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This may be considered a double post, but I can report also that I have had problems with 911.

I was robbed yesterday (my other galaxy nexus was stolen) as well as a Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket. I tried calling 911 but my phone would not dial out to emergency services. It said "Call Failed" with no ring and 55 seconds on the call time. I tried this about nine times before I went into a target and used their phone. My phone calls everyone else fine. I just tried again and it still does this. I was never able to get through.

My Gnex is running May 8th's nightly. Luckily I was not bleeding out or anything, but this might need to be fixed. Still love the ROM and all the developers who work on it.

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http://www.forum.xda-developers.com/...98495&page=396

Bad luck, dude. Glad you're okay. The thing is, android kernel has nothing to do with emergency calling. What ROM and Baseband were you using?
16th May 2012, 05:04 PM |#557  
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It probably doesn't. I was just adding onto that guy's experience that it didn't work.

Baseband: I9250XXKK6
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16th May 2012, 10:43 PM |#558  
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It probably doesn't. I was just adding onto that guy's experience that it didn't work.

Baseband: I9250XXKK6
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Wrong thread then..

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17th May 2012, 02:52 AM |#559  
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Superb battery life today. I unplugged at 7:45am and now it's 9:51pm with 40% battery left. This is texting all day, some web browsing, and 2 hours at the gym. Awesome!
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Superb battery life today. I unplugged at 7:45am and now it's 9:51pm with 40% battery left. This is texting all day, some web browsing, and 2 hours at the gym. Awesome!

What govenor/speeds are you using?
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What govenor/speeds are you using?

Interactive 200/1350

I actually debated doing this but it works fine...
Set a profile in setcpu so screen off min is at 200 and max is at 350. It helps with the music I play and I haven't seen any problems. Mostly stays at 200 but sometimes it needs a little extra and hits 350.

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