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[KERNEL][19FEB] SiyahKernel v6.0b5

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22nd April 2012, 04:53 AM   |  #5041  
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shark for root and open it up with shark reader. Hmm, the packets seem to be coming from my housemate's PC. Null packets that keep coming to my phone :S

Broadcast??

In packet detail any info about destination ip? for broadcast it should be something like x.x.x.255

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22nd April 2012, 04:58 AM   |  #5042  
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In packet detail any info about destination ip? for broadcast it should be something like x.x.x.255

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Weird. It's a directed packet coming from ports 60,000 and above coming from my housemate's PC towards my port 80 and 445.
22nd April 2012, 05:02 AM   |  #5043  
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Weird. It's a directed packet coming from ports 60,000 and above coming from my housemate's PC towards my port 80 and 445.

445 being SMB/netBIOS (old crap)

80 is the HTTP port, dunno what windows would be doing with that.

Windows is verbose and messy, generally spams the network with junk
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445 being SMB/netBIOS (old crap)

80 is the HTTP port, dunno what windows would be doing with that.

Windows is verbose and messy, generally spams the network with junk

Yeah, not sure why it's the only system sending junk packets to my phone thus waking it up :/

I can post logs here if anyone is interested to analyze them.
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Yeah, not sure why it's the only system sending junk packets to my phone thus waking it up :/

I can post logs here if anyone is interested to analyze them.

Might be the way the network shares are set up, but I just checked my own wakelockes as my battery has been dropping hard as well, 7h+ of deleted wake locks, aka wifi stuff and another hour plus of wilan wake, wifi sleep policy is default. So something is not quite right with the wifi.

I am on the newest cm9 nightly and rc6 version.

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Might be the way the network shares are set up, but I just checked my own wakelockes as my battery has been dropping hard as well, 7h+ of deleted wake locks, aka wifi stuff and another hour plus of wilan wake, wifi sleep policy is default. So something is not quite right with the wifi.

I am on the newest cm9 nightly and rc6 version.

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Did this happen in the previous build as well? It seems to happen to me in the previous build as well.
22nd April 2012, 06:05 AM   |  #5047  
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Thanks you guys' efforts above.

I am coming from other kernels. Did kernel cleanup and wipe cache and delvic cache before flashing siyah kernel.

I didn't experience Wi-Fi preventing deep sleep issues in the kernels I am coming from. So perhaps there is a bug in siyah 's rc6 release?



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More screenshots. Thanks

I solved the problem by setting a static IP address in the WiFi settings, wouldn't hurt to try it

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I solved the problem by setting a static IP address in the WiFi settings, wouldn't hurt to try it

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I also did that and it cleared up some percentage of the wlan wakelocks. It didn't clear up the rest.
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I also did that and it cleared up some percentage of the wlan wakelocks. It didn't clear up the rest.

So how much percent do you get?

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