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[KERNEL] SpeedMod SGS2 Jelly Bean [K5-8 CIFS ROOT / NO-ROOT CWM5]

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Why do people care where the dev is from? Just use the kernel and if you like it appreciate the dev in form of donation or clicking Thanks button

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OT~ his Singaporean can tell from his telco M1 Singapore and his website
according to his site he is Malaysian how live in Singapore:

"Rodney is a guy from Malaysia who studied in Singapore."

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Why do people care where the dev is from? Just use the kernel and if you like it appreciate the dev in form of donation or clicking Thanks button

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according to his site he is Malaysian how live in Singapore:

"Rodney is a guy from Malaysia who studied in Singapore."



just out of curiosity... it's not really matters
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I think before judging a kernel, we have to make 3 or 4 complete battery cycle.
Hi by that do you mean:
1- Charge phone fully 100%
2- Go to recovery and wipe battery stats
3- Unplug charger
4- Use phone normally till it drains to 0% and switches off
5- Charge fully to 100% while phone is switched off
6- Unplug charger
7- Repeat steps 4-6 3 or 4 times

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Hi by that do you mean:
1- Charge phone fully 100%
2- Go to recovery and wipe battery stats
3- Unplug charger
4- Use phone normally till it drains to 0% and switches off
5- Charge fully to 100% while phone is switched off
6- Unplug charger
7- Repeat steps 4-6 3 or 4 times

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Hi by that do you mean:
1- Charge phone fully 100%
2- Go to recovery and wipe battery stats
3- Unplug charger
4- Use phone normally till it drains to 0% and switches off
5- Charge fully to 100% while phone is switched off
6- Unplug charger
7- Repeat steps 4-6 3 or 4 times

Correct me if i'm wrong.
Yes you could use that method but draining your battery until its shut off is not good or drain to 0%. Since our batteries are li-on.

Better to charge atleast when it reaches 5-10, but 20 is recommended ill stick to 5-10 percent

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Bobdoblo's guide to better battery life:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=35061392

Ram3n's guide to calibrate battery:
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Yes you could use that method but draining your battery until its shut off is not good or drain to 0%. Since our batteries are li-on.

Better to charge atleast when it reaches 5-10, but 20 is recommended ill stick to 5-10 percent

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I 've done it a lot of times without issue for the battery. I think that everything is designed to work till shut off because what we think is 0% is not a real 0% but the minimum level the chip turns the phone off to avoid damages.
 
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Great thanks for the replies also wanna know is it better to wipe battery stats manually through recovery or using a calibration app?

 
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Great thanks for the replies also wanna know is it better to wipe battery stats manually through recovery or using a calibration app?
I'm not sure It really works but It takes just 2 seconds so... why not?
I use the app. Just charge the phone (turned off) for at least 4 hours (5 is better). Then turn it on without unplugging the charger. Run the app (it needs the root access). Press the calibration button and unplug the charger.
 
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Just a discovery I've made a few weeks ago, we can actually overclock and undervolt with Speedmod kernel, thanks to Tegrak.
This app is not free to have all features but I've tried and it works without issues (with JB LSD rom). Pretty cool to have both speedmod and oc - uv.

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