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[ROM][Official][4.2.2] CyanogenMod 10.1 Nightlies for the Nexus 4 (mako)

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29th April 2013, 04:42 PM   |  #9891  
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Originally Posted by 75markus

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CM 10.1, 4.2.2. requires 0.48 radio officially ...

you can use 0.33 radio, but it will break camera autofocus and perhaps some other things

Huh? I've been using .33 forever. It doesn't break auto focus

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29th April 2013, 04:44 PM   |  #9892  
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Originally Posted by 75markus

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CM 10.1, 4.2.2. requires 0.48 radio officially ...

you can use 0.33 radio, but it will break camera autofocus and perhaps some other things

How can I see what radio version I am currently on ? And if I need this .48 radio, where can I download ?

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29th April 2013, 04:49 PM   |  #9893  
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Huh? I've been using .33 forever. It doesn't break auto focus

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interesting, a lot of people reported that some time ago using the.33 radio ...

i never tried, i use the.48 radio...

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How can I see what radio version I am currently on ? And if I need this .48 radio, where can I download ?

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check "about phone" in settings

you can get the radios in my mediafirefolder
29th April 2013, 05:01 PM   |  #9894  
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Huh? I've been using .33 forever. It doesn't break auto focus

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Touch to focus works on .33, continuous auto focus not so much.

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29th April 2013, 05:32 PM   |  #9895  
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Originally Posted by 75markus

interesting, a lot of people reported that some time ago using the.33 radio ...

i never tried, i use the.48 radio...

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check "about phone" in settings

you can get the radios in my mediafirefolder

It broke my continuous focus. I'm forced to sit on M1 and the .33 radio.
29th April 2013, 08:06 PM   |  #9896  
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Wifi keeps turning itself on, seems to have started happening within the last few days (been running the latest nightlies).

Any way I can figure out if it is a problem with the rom or some app causing it?

I'll turn wifi off when I leave home, phone is in my pocket for a couple hours, battery takes a hit because wifi came back on and was searching the entire time.
29th April 2013, 09:23 PM   |  #9897  
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Wifi keeps turning itself on, seems to have started happening within the last few days (been running the latest nightlies).

Any way I can figure out if it is a problem with the rom or some app causing it?

I'll turn wifi off when I leave home, phone is in my pocket for a couple hours, battery takes a hit because wifi came back on and was searching the entire time.

If u disable notify me for open networks in the advanced menu of WiFi options. Then WiFi will not hurt battery. I have mine on all day. As far as the WiFi turning on by itself I cannot help u with that.

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29th April 2013, 10:25 PM   |  #9898  
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If u disable notify me for open networks in the advanced menu of WiFi options. Then WiFi will not hurt battery. I have mine on all day. As far as the WiFi turning on by itself I cannot help u with that.

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Hm I do have the notify option disabled.

Something is causing Android OS Keep Awake to eat up my battery, was assuming it was wifi.
29th April 2013, 10:32 PM   |  #9899  
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Hm I do have the notify option disabled.

Something is causing Android OS Keep Awake to eat up my battery, was assuming it was wifi.

Download better battery stats and you will know what is the cause under kernel or partial kernel wakelocks.

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30th April 2013, 02:30 AM   |  #9900  
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Originally Posted by slimldj

Flash light bug:

I have face unlock set for my phone and also I have "toggle torch" set as one of the quick launch shortcuts. This is because I like to access torch without unlocking the phone.

However, when the camera comes on for me to face unlock and I swipe up for toggle torch on at the same time, it force closes and won't turn off even if I swipe back for toggle torch off until I reboot the phone.

I think it crashes because torch doesn't work with camera but should it also affect front camera for face unlock?

I know for sure (and another user had the same issue) that you screw the camera (reboot required) if you are in camera app (back preview mode) and have a smart stay app taking a front picture in the background.

Since the flash is kinda part of the back camera and you're using the front with face unlock, it can't be a coincidence.

Not sure if it's a bug, looks like a hardware limitation to me.

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