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[ROM] AOKP Milestone 5 *UNOFFICIAL* [4/29/2012]

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1st May 2012, 07:36 PM   |  #181  
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I have a question related to Recoveries. I had to flash CWM recovery in order to successfully flash the "official" AOKP, mainly in order to use Google Wallet. Now, all my backups had been created using TWRP recovery. Do I need to fastboot to TWRP in order to access those backups?
1st May 2012, 08:36 PM   |  #182  
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[QUOTE=justen7723;25542902]Official version as in NOT the cwm touch???

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CWM touch should work, as long as it is the latest version.
1st May 2012, 10:16 PM   |  #183  
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How is everybody elses battery life? I went out and ran errands this morning and got home and it was down to 9%. It lasted roughly 6hrs. Normal use, cdma radio only. Texted, checked facebook a few times, and a couple short phone calls. I even had the phone underclocked to 1ghz and using franco kernal.

I havent really used the phone stock so not sure what to expect, but I've read of people getting 10-13hrs on similar use?
1st May 2012, 10:27 PM   |  #184  
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How is everybody elses battery life? I went out and ran errands this morning and got home and it was down to 9%. It lasted roughly 6hrs. Normal use, cdma radio only. Texted, checked facebook a few times, and a couple short phone calls. I even had the phone underclocked to 1ghz and using franco kernal.

I havent really used the phone stock so not sure what to expect, but I've read of people getting 10-13hrs on similar use?

I haven't had much luck on the franco kernel myself either. I might give another kernel a shot and see how it works.
1st May 2012, 10:34 PM   |  #185  
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I haven't had much luck on the franco kernel myself either. I might give another kernel a shot and see how it works.

Try trinity colors are awesome can't report on battery life though I've been switching/flashing a lot

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1st May 2012, 10:40 PM   |  #186  
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If you do try trinity...which I highly recommend...be sure to.give yourself a day to adjust to the colors before anything. After a day you won't want to go back

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If you do try trinity...which I highly recommend...be sure to.give yourself a day to adjust to the colors before anything. After a day you won't want to go back

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Do you know how the batt life is w/ it?
1st May 2012, 11:22 PM   |  #188  
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brian. Trinity kernel has the color tweaks? ONly thing keeping me on the Franco kernel.
1st May 2012, 11:33 PM   |  #189  
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I get decent battery on trinity. Not the best but the performance is exceptional...

No the colors aren't really tweakable...with the beta voodoo app you can a little ive heard...but I see no reason to. Its the cleanest color setup I've seen. Just like I said...give your eyes a day to adjust. You will prolly think it is too blue at first. But that's mainly your eyes being adjusted to the stock yellowish colors IMO. After a day everything else looks wrong. Lol

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1st May 2012, 11:34 PM   |  #190  
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PS. With the trinity test tuv1036 kernel people are getting 3-5 hours screen time. And even underclocked they notice no real speed loss

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