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28th April 2012, 10:28 PM   |  #3081  
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Is CM9 still losing service with the screen off? Did they merge the kernel source with Google's latest update yet?

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The Kernel source has been merged
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28th April 2012, 11:24 PM   |  #3082  
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The Kernel source has been merged

I'm on the latest nightly and Franco kernel and I still drop signal.

Edit: I had to wait for signal as I typed this.

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28th April 2012, 11:38 PM   |  #3083  
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I'm on the latest nightly and Franco kernel and I still drop signal.

Edit: I had to wait for signal as I typed this.

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Try another Kernel,or try to raise your voltage, not everyone is experiencing the issue, and those who are, it varies. I for one, have been flashing CM9/Rascream with trinity/Franco (Different types of Kernels) and I never had one issue. But given that you have Franco flashed that cancels out the question of Kernel source being merged with stock CM9 because you're running a custom Kernel anyway.
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Try another Kernel,or try to raise your voltage, not everyone is experiencing the issue, and those who are, it varies. I for one, have been flashing CM9/Rascream with trinity/Franco (Different types of Kernels) and I never had one issue. But given that you have Franco flashed that cancels out the question of Kernel source being merged with stock CM9 because you're running a custom Kernel anyway.

Changed CPU to 729 I'm not sure what you mean by voltage?

Edit: I also see that the imm76I is the one that fixes this issue. And the nightlies are imm76d

I shall try and find some kind of work arounds.
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29th April 2012, 12:51 AM   |  #3085  
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Changed CPU to 729 I'm not sure what you mean by voltage?

Edit: I also see that the imm76I is the one that fixes this issue. And the nightlies are imm76d

I shall try and find some kind of work arounds.
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You can try setting min to 729 too, that deffinetly might help, the only difference from what I know between IMM76D and IMM76I is the Kernel fix, supposedly the voltage parameters are causing "some" users to experience a signal loss in the 4.0.4 76D build while screen is off. All current custom Kernels should have the new source merged, thus eliminating the problem. Again, every person might have a different outcome.
29th April 2012, 08:13 AM   |  #3086  
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Feel uber on nightlies. **** off a shovel.

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29th April 2012, 08:14 AM   |  #3087  
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Originally Posted by mad_vtak

I'm on the latest nightly and Franco kernel and I still drop signal.

Edit: I had to wait for signal as I typed this.

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I'm on the same combo, default Franco settings and have no signal drops what so ever. Do you have the Prime03 bootloader or the 01?
Since 0427 and 0428 I haven't had any signal drops.

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29th April 2012, 10:33 AM   |  #3088  
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Omg the latest nightly is crazy fast... Don't need no different kernels.. Awesome stuff.. Tks Dev team

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why are the nightlies on IMM76D if the IMM76I is merged
29th April 2012, 10:54 AM   |  #3090  
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Omg the latest nightly is crazy fast... Don't need no different kernels.. Awesome stuff.. Tks Dev team

And the battery life on 04.27 is AMAZING. Over 7 hours of screen on time (extrapolated, of course)... looks like I might not be trading in my GN so quickly after all.

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