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  • About jfalgout2003
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    U.S.A. - AT&T
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    Sony Ion - Rom: LT28H 4.0.4 ICS BABY! - Kernel: Stock (waiting for DEVs )
    Samsung Captivate - Rom: ICSSGS 4.0.3 - Kernel Semaphore 1.0.0
    Sony Ericsson X10 - Rom: Oodie Prime - Kernel: Oodie's FXPMod


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  • Last Activity: 16th May 2014 03:47 AM
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1 I may just port Du@lcore's Xperia S rom since the phones are nearly the same.
1 I use the cable that came with my captivate because its 6ft, not 3 like the Sony one. I do, however use the Sony wall adapter. Once you reach 100% upon restart, the battery should be calibrated. Again, what you are doing is making sure the phone ...
1 No. Essentially you are just reseting what capacity the phone believes is 100%. Sent from my LT28at using xda app-developers app
1 For those of you who had the Sony X10, you knew that there was a battery calibration method. I won't go into detail about how it worked, but this is very similar so X10 users should be familiar. Here's how it works: Step 1: Charge battery to 100...
1 Didn't see anyone report they used this kernel with ICSSGS, so I decided to flash it. Everything's SMOOTH so far. I thought I liked glitch, but this kernel is even better!