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[KERNEL] [GPL] [GN] franco.Kernel r398

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22nd April 2012, 04:49 AM   |  #13231  
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Just letting you know, USB host seems to not be working. I am able to use a USB stick with stickmount no problems, but using a usb mouse or ps3 controller won't work. Just flashed AOKP b33, and tried it out with faux kernel before re-flashing yours, and it was working. Just wondering if you can look into seeing why it's disabled in your kernel.
22nd April 2012, 05:02 AM   |  #13232  
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Unable to download any zip files from the op. But able to download files from other threads. Am I missing something other than brains?

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22nd April 2012, 05:09 AM   |  #13233  
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[QUOTE=rovertjoey;25151478]Unable to download any zip files from the op. But able to download files from other threads. Am I missing something other than brains?

all available files are in the nightly link...no prob downloading here..
22nd April 2012, 05:09 AM   |  #13234  
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Originally Posted by nklenchik

Hey man, what are you personally using lately? I've tried lazy in the past few builds but my idle times aren't that great.

In any case, thanks for your work with Liquid :P

Well, yeah, if you're referring to time spent in deep sleep, of course an interactive based governor will give you better results. Since an interactive governor will scale to the highest frequency quickly, the system will be able to reach deep idle a lot quicker.

So it really depends on your usage patterns. Are you the kind of user who will turn the screen on, check the time, and turn it off? Are you pulling it out of your pocket, reading a text or email, firing off a response, and then back in the pocket it goes? Well than interactive will give you the best battery life. However, if your the kind of person who will take their phone out, play a game, read the news, browse the web, check out reddit, and then turn it off, Lazy will do best for you.

Basically when you do go on your phone, how long do you spend on it? Minutes at a time? - Lazy. A minute, maybe two? - Interactive.
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22nd April 2012, 06:06 AM   |  #13235  
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Franco I finally figured out what has been giving me so much lag lately, it's smart reflex. The second i turn it off my phone turns to butter, what's up with that? If it's unfixable, any chance of having smart reflex off, on screen on, ever implemented?

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22nd April 2012, 06:57 AM   |  #13236  
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I finally got to playing with r141 today and I have to say, this is by far the best overall kernel for the Galaxy Nexus hands down...no lag, great battery life AND benchmarks...wow. The updater app is awesome too...I'm currently using this with Bugless Pete...awesome combination!

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22nd April 2012, 07:08 AM   |  #13237  
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Unable to download any zip files from the op. But able to download files from other threads. Am I missing something other than brains?

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Had to go into xda site through browser to download. Unable to download through tapatalk. Whierd

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22nd April 2012, 07:08 AM   |  #13238  
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Maybe his fingers is capable of moving and using the phone in matters of nanoseconds

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I bet his got an iPhone that he uses and secretly use gnex when alone.

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Screen on time 2 minutes? :P

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what the ....u use your phone like a pager...?
u only turn on the screen at the beginning then turn it on for this screenshot...

Haha you guys are funny! :P Okay because I was out camping for 3 days 2 nights and I forgotten to turn off my phone before that. So when I got back to camp, I realised my phone was dead. =D So just saying, it could last 2 days without usage. Haha =D
22nd April 2012, 07:21 AM   |  #13239  
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Haha you guys are funny! :P Okay because I was out camping for 3 days 2 nights and I forgotten to turn off my phone before that. So when I got back to camp, I realised my phone was dead. =D So just saying, it could last 2 days without usage. Haha =D

Actually, your phone should be able to last much longer if you ain't using it. You must have plenty of background apps running.

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22nd April 2012, 07:22 AM   |  #13240  
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Just flashed latest liquid rom to try r142.I love the lazy governor.
For the battery drain r141 is good for me.20hrs with 3hrs screen on time,30% left.
If r142 is the milestone,I will say OH YES!LOL.



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