Originally posted this over at RootzWiki. Looking for some feedback from you Franco (or if anyone else can offer any advice)
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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.
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
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!
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