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  • About Nuclear_Geko
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    Bassano del Grappa (VI)
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    Italy
    Biography
    Not much to say.. Google and Android fan ;)
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    Guitar, music, swimming, hanging out with friends in front a beer!
    Occupation
    Expert security consultant
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    ===\\\ I'm lazy, gimme OTA updates ! ///===

    Device: Samsung Nexus S I9023
    ROM: CyanogenMOD 10 Nightlies
    Kernel: Stock
    Governor: OnDeman
    Scheduler deadline
    Frequencies: 100/1000

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  • Last Activity: 20th October 2014 10:58 AM
  • Last Login: 1st January 1970 12:00 AM
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3 The stable ROM has exactly the same problems as the previous nightlies (I've installed with full format of cache, data, system, dalvik, whatever): - after few days it becomes laggish - unreliable, happends to reboot itself. You can't even get ...
1 I was starting being satisfied with Cyanogen 4.1.2, now on 4.2.2 I see that they are working a lot but the rom keeps being laggy and sometimes it's very heavy and unresponsive...
1 It started as super fast but it's slowing gradually as all previous nigthlies...plus now Wi-Fi it's not working... it's a pity Sent from my Nexus S using xda app-developers app Resolved: had to reboot my router... never happened before :(...
1 Do you keep the battery charging limit at 100% or is better to reduce it? Inviato dal mio Nexus S It's purely cosmetic. The battery charges just to 96 anyway. Sent from my Nexus S using XDA
1 Really sorry to be asking a question, but I can't work out where I should get a different Kernel from? Are all Kernels compatible? There aren't any on the download page. When I was on 1.5 (IIRC) I had stellar battery life and a Deep Idle enabled ...