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That's how I do it, too. I turn the clock off, hit the power button, and sometime during the night the darn thing comes back on to my lock screen. Very annoying as it tends to wake me up when it does that. I have no idea what could be causing this.
I also have no idea what could be causing the issue, maybe a faulty connection in the dock.
 
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I also have no idea what could be causing the issue, maybe a faulty connection in the dock.
That's definitely possible. I wish I knew.
 
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Lightbulb Regarding backlight turning on involuntarily

Do you happen to have never sleep enabled in the development settings? I do use the charging light setting and notice that occasionally it will cycle between charged and charging. I'm wondering if as the battery cycles from charged to charging it triggers the screen to come awake. ( or the other way around, whatever the case may be.)

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It's not likely to be the battery charge state since I keep it on the dock most of the time. So I really don't know. I do have the stay awake option checked, but, if I manually shut the screen off using the power button it should stay off. So something weird's going on there.
 
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It's not likely to be the battery charge state since I keep it on the dock most of the time. So I really don't know. I do have the stay awake option checked, but, if I manually shut the screen off using the power button it should stay off. So something weird's going on there.
Folks have reported similar issues on the gtab ics rom. They traced it to the GPS. Try turning gps off tonight and see if it still wakes up.
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Folks have reported similar issues on the gtab ics rom. They traced it to the GPS. Try turning gps off tonight and see if it still wakes up.
Thanks. I appreciate that. I'll give it a shot and see what happens.
 
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So I finally took the leap and unlocked/rooted/installed this rom. I am sooooooo glad I did. Look forward to hanging in here for a while.

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Folks have reported similar issues on the gtab ics rom. They traced it to the GPS. Try turning gps off tonight and see if it still wakes up.
Still woke up last night with GPS turned off. No idea what causes it. Sigh.

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This Rom has been a great improvement to my Xoom. I feel like I have a new piece of hardware. The only question/problem that I'm having is that I can't seem to figure out how to save a bookmark in the stock browser. I have searched extensively and I can see that the option should be available in ICS but it doesn't seem to exist on this version.

I have a selection for "Bookmarks" but that just takes me to the already saved ones. When I look at demo's on other products there is an option to ""Save Bookmark". Sorry if this has been answered somewhere else but I have searched the best I could.

I am running Nightly 39 which has been stable as a rock for me. No reboots, No FCs, No Problems.
 
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This Rom has been a great improvement to my Xoom. I feel like I have a new piece of hardware. The only question/problem that I'm having is that I can't seem to figure out how to save a bookmark in the stock browser. I have searched extensively and I can see that the option should be available in ICS but it doesn't seem to exist on this version.

I have a selection for "Bookmarks" but that just takes me to the already saved ones. When I look at demo's on other products there is an option to ""Save Bookmark". Sorry if this has been answered somewhere else but I have searched the best I could.

I am running Nightly 39 which has been stable as a rock for me. No reboots, No FCs, No Problems.
All you need to do is click the star at the end of the web address bar and a pop up window appears allowing me to save the bookmark. I am then able to find the new bookmarks in the bookmark where the already saved ones are as well. Hope this helps.
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