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25th February 2013, 07:23 AM   |  #861  
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It should be charging as usual. Check your charger, that's what controls how much current is going into your phone (too high of one can kill it)

I'm not quite sure, or rather I don't quite understand what you mean with the toggles?

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Thanks for your reply. However, I am using the original charger. Is it a feature/issue on 4.2.2 because my Nexus 7 also takes ages to fully charge to 100% with its original charger.

As far as the toggles are concerned, what I mean is when I click on say 'Wi-Fi' in the notification pane, I reach the 'Wi-Fi Settings' page in the 'Settings' menu, whereas on my Nexus 7 and other ROMs that I have tried on my S3, the 'Wi-Fi' button on the notification bar switched Wi-Fi on or off without taking me to the 'Wi-Fi Settings' page. So is there a way to do that in this ROM? I hope that this is much clear.
25th February 2013, 08:02 AM   |  #862  
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Thanks for your reply. However, I am using the original charger. Is it a feature/issue on 4.2.2 because my Nexus 7 also takes ages to fully charge to 100% with its original charger.

As far as the toggles are concerned, what I mean is when I click on say 'Wi-Fi' in the notification pane, I reach the 'Wi-Fi Settings' page in the 'Settings' menu, whereas on my Nexus 7 and other ROMs that I have tried on my S3, the 'Wi-Fi' button on the notification bar switched Wi-Fi on or off without taking me to the 'Wi-Fi Settings' page. So is there a way to do that in this ROM? I hope that this is much clear.

+1 that is the only thing I don't like on this tomorrow I hope there a way to put back the stock samsung toggles

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hey guys,

just flashed this rom. looks fine so far! is there any solution to show the percentage of my battery in the statusbar? like in cynogenmod there was a option to chose the battery style.

thank you!
25th February 2013, 08:43 AM   |  #864  
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Re: [ROM][AOSP][JB][4.2.2][JDQ39] SuperNexus 2.0 - I9300 - BUILD 3 [17-02-13]
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+1 that is the only thing I don't like on this tomorrow I hope there a way to put back the stock samsung toggles

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I think if you long press the toggle it turns on or off. Google only recently changed it I think, so might not be on this ROM. I could be wrong about all that.

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Re: [ROM][AOSP][JB][4.2.2][JDQ39] SuperNexus 2.0 - I9300 - BUILD 3 [17-02-13]
1 click on the toggle takes you to the settings. Long press activates or deactivates the desired toggle (wifi, bluetooth)

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Originally Posted by AaronMichael

It should be charging as usual. Check your charger, that's what controls how much current is going into your phone (too high of one can kill it)

I'm not quite sure, or rather I don't quite understand what you mean with the toggles?

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I think if you long press the toggle it turns on or off. Google only recently changed it I think, so might not be on this ROM. I could be wrong about all that.

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1 click on the toggle takes you to the settings. Long press activates or deactivates the desired toggle (wifi, bluetooth)

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Thanks guys!

Can anyone now help me with the slow charging issue please? Do I need to flash a new kernel or is there a way to change those values in the bundled kernel? Also, could anyone let me know if there is a way to check the charging current values?
25th February 2013, 10:38 AM   |  #867  
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Re: [ROM][AOSP][JB][4.2.2][JDQ39] SuperNexus 2.0 - I9300 - BUILD 3 [17-02-13]
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Thanks guys!

Can anyone now help me with the slow charging issue please? Do I need to flash a new kernel or is there a way to change those values in the bundled kernel? Also, could anyone let me know if there is a way to check the charging current values?

Maybe something in your country changed? They changed the power output or something?

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Re: [ROM][AOSP][JB][4.2.2][JDQ39] SuperNexus 2.0 - I9300 - BUILD 3 [17-02-13]
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hey guys,

just flashed this rom. looks fine so far! is there any solution to show the percentage of my battery in the statusbar? like in cynogenmod there was a option to chose the battery style.

thank you!

Power toggles. App store

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Maybe something in your country changed? They changed the power output or something?

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Nice one!! Jokes apart guys, can anyone seriously help me with this? Is there any way I can find out the charging current values at least?
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Nice one!! Jokes apart guys, can anyone seriously help me with this? Is there any way I can find out the charging current values at least?

Hey,

with the app "Android Tuner Free" from google play it's possible to check out the charging values.
install it, then go to "LOGS" > "MANAGE" > "KERNEL MESSAGE" > "FILTER" > "CUSTOM" then type "77693" and press "Ok"

Now plug in the charging cable and wait about 10 seconds. after this all the stuff logged and maybe you could see anything in the log file.
like this for example:

V/28542.351758 c0 max77693_reduce_input: 800mA to 700mA
V/28542.351244 c0 max77693_softreg_work: unstable power
V/28542.351176 c0 max77693_softreg_work: INT_OK(0x1c), CHGIN(0x0), CHG(0x1), BYP(0x8), ST2(0x43), IN_CURR(800)
U/28542.338542 c0 max77686: id=27, org=27, val=37
V/28542.302175 c0 max77693_reduce_input: 900mA to 800mA
V/28542.301515 c0 max77693_softreg_work: unstable power

s3 reduces the current step by step, if there is a problem like here "unstable power" caused through my damaged usb cable.

maybe this could help you

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