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[ROM][LOTA][02/13/2012] vhgomez36-ICS-NXS-4G-4.0.4 [LOTA r1]

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Hi all. I am new to the NS4G (Wife's Phone, I have an EVO 3D) I installed LOTA r1 and it is very nice. Wife loves it. I noticed under What's Using the Battery that an Android System is using a lot of battery, around 25%. This seems high. When I click on it it has something about data transfer and such so I guess this is the data radio? Anyway, battery life seems good, I was just wondering if this is Typical?

On my EVO 3D some ROMs I've tried before had Ram Disk tweaks that caused a similar phenomenom and really drained the battery. Thanks for your help.

And thanks to gomez for this nice ROM.

Edit: I've seen looking back on some older posts, screenshots of battery use. Seems that one also had a very high Android OS usage. Guess it is normal.
Phone:Sprint HTC One
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HBOOT: 1.55.0000
RADIO: 1.01.20.0515
Recovery: TWRP 2.7.1.2
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Hi all. I am new to the NS4G (Wife's Phone, I have an EVO 3D) I installed LOTA r1 and it is very nice. Wife loves it. I noticed under What's Using the Battery that an Android System is using a lot of battery, around 25%. This seems high. When I click on it it has something about data transfer and such so I guess this is the data radio? Anyway, battery life seems good, I was just wondering if this is Typical?

On my EVO 3D some ROMs I've tried before had Ram Disk tweaks that caused a similar phenomenom and really drained the battery. Thanks for your help.

And thanks to gomez for this nice ROM.

Edit: I've seen looking back on some older posts, screenshots of battery use. Seems that one also had a very high Android OS usage. Guess it is normal.
Im pretty sure this has been written off as a misreading and not actual usage!
 
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OK, thanks for the quick response. Like I said, battery life seems good so not really worried.
Phone:Sprint HTC One
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RADIO: 1.01.20.0515
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OK, thanks for the quick response. Like I said, battery life seems good so not really worried.
It has given me the best battery out of the few ROMs I have tried for the Nexus, sometimes it actually amazes me!
 
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Coycaine can u post the link to the test kernel. Im guessing that might help my computer and phone agree to make this whole prl thing happen
 
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Coycaine can u post the link to the test kernel. Im guessing that might help my computer and phone agree to make this whole prl thing happen
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Keep coming back to this rom. I think it's for good this time. Shame, I really like flashing roms on to this thing.
 
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Can anyone post the hybrid kernel to switch between Verizon and Sprint towers. Whats the best app for freezing the apps which are not being used ..
 
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Have not posted in a while here, as this ROM has been flawless. Only hiccups that I've had was a random reboot yesterday. Hasn't done it again. Finally flashed matrix 17.0 and all is well.

Really want to check out that PRL mod, but just my luck I'll get kicked. Lol. Keep up the fantastic work Gomez!

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Just dropped by for a second. Here is a modified Sprint PRL. Let me know how it works. Signing off...see/read the thread when I get back.
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