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[ROM][13.05]HyDrOG3N-ICS 13.05[KERNELAPP/SENSE/THEMEMANAGER]

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can you suggest a kernel? i did this on full wipe
Thovarukk helped me much before 14/04. But I only had it 1day. And the kernel didn't run stable. Had two system crashes. Never ever had this before on hydrogenics with stock or syiah.

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Thovarukk helped me much before 14/04. But I only had it 1day. And the kernel didn't run stable. Had two system crashes. Never ever had this before on hydrogenics with stock or syiah.

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dat battery life

mine went from 30% to 100% even while connected to the charger - over night!

believe it or not.

honestly: battery is doing great so far, but I cant see the improvement/difference

it was great in previous version and its still great in the new release...

all in all the best rom out there! gj
 
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I flashed to 14.04 and after using it, I am not seeing any battery improvement. People are saying good things about battery life but I think something is weird here.

As I said before since aokp build 30 the battery draining is very fast when using phone. I wanted to show you this before but I will do it now using the last update.



As you can see I started using ROM after I backed up everything and flashed to the last update. At that time battery was around %87.

After using the phone a little and playing around with settings and apps, The battery started draining very fast. As you can see in the picture it dropped %70 in such a short time.
Again, I left the phone and tried working with it, In the second time, It was draining battery blazing fast in just a short time.

I just made a imaginary blue line so you can just think how it could go if I continue working with phone.

When The phone is on standby, the battery drain line is very straight like it never is going to finish. But after waking up and starting using it, the line goes down as fast as it can.. !

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sooo, i need to charge fully my battery, after it discharges(fully) do it again 2 more times? and while charging cant do anything? and everytime , before flashing new rom, i do full wipe o.o
No need to fully discharge but use the phone, do a full charge, and so on...

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QHave not too many differences in battery compared to 10.04 version. Still some very good deep sleep but in use I loose about 1% every 3 min. With 100-1200mhz and display lowest.

About same good but not perfect performance as before . But seems ics related, on gb I managed 5h of display and on ics with all incl this I get around 4h (2000mah battery).

But para: still best rom I used so far! And as I said, there is no rom/kernel constellation for ics that performed better than this or the 1004 version

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I flashed to 14.04 and after using it, I am not seeing any battery improvement. People are saying good things about battery life but I think something is weird here.

When The phone is on standby, the battery drain line is very straight like it never is going to finish. But after waking up and starting using it, the line goes down as fast as it can.. !
+1 on this, totally feeling this.
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Why are people talking about battery life u need a few days to test it only come out yesterday anyways good work

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I'm using 195 DPI and can't install many apps from g.play. Installed 14/4 with full wipe. Rolled back to 10/4 and it works fine. After some manipulations tried to install Dragon ROM and found out that external_SD mounted. Any ideas how to fix g.play ?

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