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12th April 2012, 05:16 PM |#2361  
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Think I have the same issue. Where did you place your ringtones? For instance, I put my preferred ringtone in SDCARD/alarms/Ringtone.ogg. It appears in the ringtone-list, but when somebody calls me, a random song from my mp3 collection starts playing. Do you have the same problem?

I found it go into settings, it's profiles
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12th April 2012, 05:45 PM |#2362  
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I flashed the Gapps after a complete wipe and they all FC ?!!!!!!!!
12th April 2012, 05:51 PM |#2363  
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I flashed the Gapps after a complete wipe and they all FC ?!!!!!!!!

Fix permissions if that doesn't fix then redownload them.

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12th April 2012, 06:54 PM |#2364  
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Unfortunately my battery life isn't quite as good with the latest nightlies. The standby time isn't as good. My phone is sleeping correctly and all, but it seems there is a little more power draw while sleeping than previous nightlies. I'm still managing near 4 hours screen time though. I think if standby were a little better I'd break the 4 hour mark again. Anyone else notice standby not quite as efficient as it was?
12th April 2012, 07:06 PM |#2365  
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Unfortunately my battery life isn't quite as good with the latest nightlies. The standby time isn't as good. My phone is sleeping correctly and all, but it seems there is a little more power draw while sleeping than previous nightlies. I'm still managing near 4 hours screen time though. I think if standby were a little better I'd break the 4 hour mark again. Anyone else notice standby not quite as efficient as it was?

I posted a page or two back, but since the update to the 3.0.27 kernel I've been getting wlan_ctrl_wake wakelocks; 10 min/hour at idle. I'm temporarily on an alternate kernel, the discussion of which is outside the scope of this thread
12th April 2012, 07:36 PM |#2367  
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I posted a page or two back, but since the update to the 3.0.27 kernel I've been getting wlan_ctrl_wake wakelocks; 10 min/hour at idle. I'm temporarily on an alternate kernel, the discussion of which is outside the scope of this thread

Yea I saw that. Does it show in the battery screen as your phone not sleeping when that happens? Cause when my screen is off, the phone sleeps nearly entirely.
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Yea I saw that. Does it show in the battery screen as your phone not sleeping when that happens? Cause when my screen is off, the phone sleeps nearly entirely.

I go by Better Battery Stats; it was only happening on my home router. Have yet to compare the specs of my office router to my home one. You can compare your awake vs screen on time on your battery history history screen, but the resolution is coarse.

Deep Sleep was still 80+ % through the night, but that was down considerably from the 97% I was used to.
12th April 2012, 10:34 PM |#2369  
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I go by Better Battery Stats; it was only happening on my home router. Have yet to compare the specs of my office router to my home one. You can compare your awake vs screen on time on your battery history history screen, but the resolution is coarse.

Deep Sleep was still 80+ % through the night, but that was down considerably from the 97% I was used to.

See my device woke once through the entire night according to battery history and it was a barely visible sliver. So I feel its sleeping the same amount of time.
13th April 2012, 01:21 AM |#2370  
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@M3drvr & Mudferret

I highly recommend Ezekeel's GLaDOS 1.28 Kernel with new it's Wheatly governor it had been the best kernel yet for me especially with CM9. Give it a shot why not? it wont disappoint.
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