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I don't know did I all right or wrong

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...8#post25495298 with those steps I installed https://developers.google.com/androi...s/images#takju 4.0.4 (IMM76I)
and then kernel...

But all worked when I flashed them via fastboot by extracting the files from .tgz + .zip
 
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Is that normal the templerun game lags little bit on 4.0.4 IMM761 with stock kernel +and baseband is XXLA2!

Hey guys what kernel you recommend for my Galaxy Nexus GSM?
(not nightly, milestone..)

I'll try other baseband radio soon, first I have to charge battery to full and then to wipe battery data..
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I changed wifi.supplicant_scan_interval=15 to wifi.supplicant_scan_interval=150 to save battery + soon I add little bit more tweaks to save battery..

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How I can make flash able .zip file to change build.prop?
can somebody tell me how! ? (I replaced build.prop via Es file explorer)
 
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With Stock 4.0.4 ROM (using stock kernel, XXLA2 baseband Radio) + tweaked build.prop to improve battery life.. IMM76I


I still haven't solve the problem..

in 2 minutes without charging 1% less..

So Please tell me which is the most stable with the best battery life Kernel + What baseband radio is worth to test (Europe, can be America too?)

Please help me to solve the problem then I do not bother here anymore..

Edit: I'm using XXKL1 baseband radio now, maybe battery is better now too!


How I can make Kernel dump on Windows/Linux Ubuntu?

EDIT2: still same problem.. :/
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What a weirdo
HTC One [ROM: Stock 4.3 GPE] [Kernel: default] [Radio: 10.38H.1157.04L] [HBOOT: 1.54 GE, S-OFF]
 
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Yeah! Now I use Jame bond kernel and it helped little bit, I have to go somewhere store to check the right baseband version..

13 min without charging and it used 4% battery, so still battery drains too fast!
 
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on quick Reference Guide final page is something
GSM WCDMA WiFi GT-I9250 titanium silver
emc
sar
safety
radio: ex: EN 301 908-1 V4.2.1 (03-2010) Do you know WHAT IS THAT?
I really don't know nothing...
 
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I would suggest going back to the roots. Charge the GNex to 100%, boot into CWM and delete battery stats, use your phone until the battery completely dies. Charge to full 100% and repeat the cycle a couple of times.
The battery should get calibrated by then.
I'm using Android Rev. HD ROM, and while it has its issues, its mostly stock with stock kernel and the best battery life I could imagine. But then again, I keep my screen at Auto Brightness! :P
Hope that you can solve your problem, 'cause it really is a beast of a phone!
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I repeat this third and last time. Do not use 100% screen brighness, otherwise battery will suffer badly. There is no ROM/kernel/baseband/magicians that would ADD extra power into the battery. Some kernels might offer little bit improved battery life, but this improvement is nothing if compared to amount of power that screen eats at max. brightness.

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I would suggest going back to the roots. Charge the GNex to 100%, boot into CWM and delete battery stats, use your phone until the battery completely dies. Charge to full 100% and repeat the cycle a couple of times.
The battery should get calibrated by then.
I'm using Android Rev. HD ROM, and while it has its issues, its mostly stock with stock kernel and the best battery life I could imagine. But then again, I keep my screen at Auto Brightness! :P
Hope that you can solve your problem, 'cause it really is a beast of a phone!
I have made all things that can make battery to work and now I know why battery sucks, because of wrong baseband and there is no right for my GSM,WCDMA + WiFi GN Titanium Silver!

any other things does not help! :/

I just need to get Finnish or Estonian baseband Radio to fix battery and the WiFi signal!
 
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I know why battery sucks, because of wrong baseband and there is no right for my GSM,WCDMA + WiFi GN Titanium Silver
Wrong once again. Your phone wouldn't work at all with incorrect baseband. Good luck searching for aliens under your bed, i'm out.
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