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These commits (even the merged ones) haven't made it into a nightly yet.

http://review.cyanogenmod.com/#/q/pr...msung_tuna,n,z

Typically the CM kernel has always been the best performer for me on CM9, CM7, and derivatives. Not to say there's not potential for there to be hiccups along the way.

Edit: Derp, the merged ones from April 29th that is.

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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.
I've b een reading though the tread a couple of times with the help of search but could not find a devinitive answer. I see above that= imm76i should have been merged, however in the details in the settings I still see that the build number is imm76d. now the issue is obviously not the number, but the fact that I still have the bug that was apparently solved with imm76i, is still present in the build I install as of the 29th. In this case I'm refering to the issue that when coming from a sleep state the phone wakes and has issues in reconnecting to wireless networks (specifically bluetooth).

in my case this now is that when the Phone wakes the bluetooth state is on, but it can no longer find devices. turning on and off BT doesn't work. only thing that does help is a reboot....

any ideas if the above is indeed solved with imm76i and if that should now be in the buils of CM9 as of the 29th?

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These commits (even the merged ones) haven't made it into a nightly yet.

http://review.cyanogenmod.com/#/q/pr...msung_tuna,n,z

Typically the CM kernel has always been the best performer for me on CM9, CM7, and derivatives. Not to say there's not potential for there to be hiccups along the way.
Looking forward for the next nightly. Hope someone will hit the build button soon

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These commits (even the merged ones) haven't made it into a nightly yet.

http://review.cyanogenmod.com/#/q/pr...msung_tuna,n,z

Typically the CM kernel has always been the best performer for me on CM9, CM7, and derivatives. Not to say there's not potential for there to be hiccups along the way.
Ok now for a stupid one (hope the previous one wasn't ;)

which Kernel is this? this is not part of the CM9 zip you download from the CM website right (http://get.cm/?device=maguro).

I always though the Kernel needed to be installed seperately... how do I do that, and where to get the CM kernel you refer to (also what is different witht the CM Kernel versus the standard Nexus one?)

 
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I fix the Bluetooth by unpairing and reconnecting. As opposed to a full reboot.

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Ok now for a stupid one (hope the previous one wasn't ;)

which Kernel is this? this is not part of the CM9 zip you download from the CM website right (http://get.cm/?device=maguro).

I always though the Kernel needed to be installed seperately... how do I do that, and where to get the CM kernel you refer to (also what is different witht the CM Kernel versus the standard Nexus one?)

Each nightly comes with a kernel, so those commits make it into your phone.

As for differences, someone more knowledgeable will have to field that one.

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Question GN to a ad-hoc problem

I am using the mywi app in the ipad to create a wifi hotspot for the GN. however,GN cannot connect to the hotspot and i dont know why.
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Someone from CyanogenMod said they had to remove that because Google said they would lose access to the Market if they had that built in (as it would mess with analytics and such)

link: http://forum.cyanogenmod.com/topic/4...n-with-pdroid/ post #2.
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I've b een reading though the tread a couple of times with the help of search but could not find a devinitive answer. I see above that= imm76i should have been merged, however in the details in the settings I still see that the build number is imm76d. now the issue is obviously not the number, but the fact that I still have the bug that was apparently solved with imm76i, is still present in the build I install as of the 29th. In this case I'm refering to the issue that when coming from a sleep state the phone wakes and has issues in reconnecting to wireless networks (specifically bluetooth).

in my case this now is that when the Phone wakes the bluetooth state is on, but it can no longer find devices. turning on and off BT doesn't work. only thing that does help is a reboot....

any ideas if the above is indeed solved with imm76i and if that should now be in the buils of CM9 as of the 29th?

thanks in advance,
Patrick
Did you try flashing a custom kernel on top of CM to see if the BT issue would be resolved? Pretty much all the current kernels have the code merged , I'd suggest Franco or Trinity , and give it a test run. As far as signal drops after coming out of sleep, is that resolved?

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