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10th March 2012, 04:11 AM |#1121  
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Ok I know I have the IQ of a squirrel but I cant seem to find a SINGLE test build on the main page.

I've been obsessed with this kernel after reading some people are getting 4 hours of screen on time. I've read that caelp has the longest battery life but is a bit unstable and will reboot. So they say go with waelp for now. Where do I find these builds though? I'm eager to try!

Here you go buddy

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10th March 2012, 06:07 AM |#1122  
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Boot loops for me with daelp. Just keeps rebooting after a little while on the Google screen. ;_;

AOKP M4, coming from waelpj.
10th March 2012, 06:28 AM |#1123  
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Boot loops for me with daelp. Just keeps rebooting after a little while on the Google screen. ;_;

AOKP M4, coming from waelpj.

Does it have daelp in the filename? I don't see it.

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10th March 2012, 08:14 AM |#1124  
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Does it have daelp in the filename? I don't see it.

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Morfic must have pulled that one. It was dated March 9th
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10th March 2012, 11:15 AM |#1125  
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Ok I know I have the IQ of a squirrel but I cant seem to find a SINGLE test build on the main page.

I've been obsessed with this kernel after reading some people are getting 4 hours of screen on time. I've read that caelp has the longest battery life but is a bit unstable and will reboot. So they say go with waelp for now. Where do I find these builds though? I'm eager to try!

Who recommended waelp? Even morfic isn't happy with it, and some people reported lag in that version.
so far aelp and caelp have been the best for me. in fact caelp has higher voltages so should be in theory even more stable than aelp. You probably won't get 4 hours screen time if you actually use your phone, but I'm getting about 2.5h screen on time and lasts over 20 hours with 3g, wifi, gps, sync on the whole time, listening to music, downloading stuff, etc etc, even a bit of gaming

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10th March 2012, 02:54 PM |#1126  
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Who recommended waelp? Even morfic isn't happy with it, and some people reported lag in that version.
so far aelp and caelp have been the best for me. in fact caelp has higher voltages so should be in theory even more stable than aelp. You probably won't get 4 hours screen time if you actually use your phone, but I'm getting about 2.5h screen on time and lasts over 20 hours with 3g, wifi, gps, sync on the whole time, listening to music, downloading stuff, etc etc, even a bit of gaming

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How do you get 4 hours of on screen time without using your phone? Isn't that the point of measuring on screen time?

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10th March 2012, 03:08 PM |#1127  
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Does it have daelp in the filename? I don't see it.

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Do a fresh install of rom and kernel. When I change to aokp m4 last night I had reboots as well. I wiped and installed everything again it is fine now.

1344/691 on demand no issues so far.

Im liking the vibrations in daelp coming for aelp at first I was like is that my phone vibrating in my pocket. Awesome work Morfic.
Noticed battery life is a lot better in daelp but I did a fresh install to m4 so I'll need to test for few days to find out.
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10th March 2012, 05:43 PM |#1128  
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Well hello, faelp!
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10th March 2012, 06:01 PM |#1129  
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Well hello, faelp!

>< I guess I should go to faelp since morfic removed daelp for a reason.
10th March 2012, 06:24 PM |#1130  
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I figured out how to stop random reboots with caelp on my phone - all it needed was +25mV at 1190MHz. Now on to faelp! It's hard to imagine beating caelp though

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