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14th March 2012, 04:35 PM   |  #3141  
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The app is supposed to make it convenient to flash. So it would be silly to do it manually after paying for a app to do it for you. Right? You should get what you pay 4.

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I payed for the app mainly to support the dev, but to make sure that my device works fine, I will take the extra minute or two to manually flash it to avoid any issues related to "auto" flashing.
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I autoflashed 94 and now my franco Kernel updater won't start up..

New market update fixed this!!
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I autoflashed r66 and had similar issues with booting - so I manually flash kernels now. Running r89 currently and got 2% drain overnight with Axiom Crossbreed so I am skittish to update to the latest nightly especially given that there seem to be some issues.
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Originally posted this over at RootzWiki. Looking for some feedback from you Franco (or if anyone else can offer any advice)

Thanks!



---------- Post added at 10:40 AM ---------- Previous post was at 10:39 AM ----------

For what it's worth, before flashing back to leankernel last night, my "kernel" entry in BetterBatteryStats was eating up to almost 50% app usage with nothing else more than about 4%.

Not sure what the problem is and I'd love to solve it as I very much like your kernels.

I don't follow RW's threads by the way, I can't maintain 4 threads.

So your device was woken up a lot by Maps and Exchange apps, thats why you had such high Android OS consumption. Android OS = apps.
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I autoflashed 94 and now my franco Kernel updater won't start up..

Update the app.
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WHy dont u answer the guys question and stop being a DICKHEAD....No Seriosly....

WHy dont u answer the guys question and stop being a DICKHEAD....No Seriosly....

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Enough.

Nightly r96 is out:

* Every change prior to r66 has been reverted so this r96 is the same as the famous r66
* Small tweak to Ondemand
* Frequency table reworked a little bit - now the values are accurately calculated as multiples of 38,4. The new frequencies are: 384, 729, 1036, 1228 and 1382
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Enough.

Nightly r96 is out:

* Every change prior to r66 has been reverted so this r96 is the same as the famous r66
* Small tweak to Ondemand
* Frequency table reworked a little bit - now the values are accurately calculated as 38,4. The new frequencies are: 384, 729, 1036, 1228 and 1382

Franco, just wanted to say thanks for your amazing work with this kernel. Really have had no other kernel come even close to yours in terms of features, speed, and battery life. Really appreciate all you have done for the community and didn't even think twice a couple weeks ago when I bought your app. You are going a great job.
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Originally Posted by Frozinite

I don't seem to be getting the same battery stats as a lot of people here. I've gathered numbers for franco 17.4 + stock 4.0.4 rom, aokp m4 standalone, aokp m4 + franco m1, and there are savings with the latter combination, but it's not as extreme as what I had hoped. Here are some screenies - can anyone see anything glaringly bad? I know about the wlan_rx_wake problem and that's an issue with my work wifi pinging my device often, but I can't really fix that without just turning off wifi and using straight 4G (considering it). I just add about 30min to my on screen time to account for it. Also if anyone's wondering, this is after 2+ charge cycles, so I've given it some settle time already.

ROM - AOKP M4
Kernel - Franco M1
Governor - Conservative
Battery - extended

Usage style - light, checking emails, sending a few texts, generally no phone calls (forever alone!! ) and no heavy data usage (browser, etc). Always wifi except while driving (~1 hour daily). Two widgets (weather, gmail). No Juice Defender.

Any suggestions would be appreciated!


Bumping in hopes I can get some eyes on this since my post got lost to flash problems. I'm going to try today with JD.

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