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Thanks, I have changed that parameter to 35
I guess that the next step is to post the dmesg and logcat soon after I wakeup tomm morning.

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But I had data on while being on microcell when I had version 2/15-C of the kernel.. and that night, the battery drain was just 7% in 9 hrs.

The only difference that made the battery graph look like the one I posted above was changing the kernel from DD 2/15-C to DD 2/26.

As Entropy suggested, I have changed the wakelock debug parameter to 35 (from 3) and learn what's going on there.
You said in your post that both times wifi and mobile data were off.

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You said in your post that both times wifi and mobile data were off.

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But I *WAS* on microcell when I had version 2/15-C of the kernel.. and that night, the battery drain was just 7% in 9 hrs.

The only difference that made the battery graph look like the one I posted above was changing the kernel from DD 2/15-C to DD 2/26.
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Back to the topic at hand.

Have you flashed the different kernels as entropy explained?

I'm gonna test 15c since I haven't yet.



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Using 2/26, reduced sampling rate of conservative to 25k, noop, running great, snappy and good battery performance, deep sleeping nicely. Oh, also undervolted by about 75-100. 4.5 hours on, 48 mins screen on and some music, at 86%. Seems good so far.

Edit: no wake-up lag, just the normal second or so.
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OK, I went from 2/15-C to 2/18-A, 2/18-B and then back to 2/26. 2/18-A and 2/18-B runs just fine on my phone. Its when I get to 2/26 is when my phone starts to act like an 80 year old man. Defiantly something in the 2/26 release that does not play well with my phone. Im back on 2/15-C though because it seems to be more snappy.

Again, this may just be a 1 person deal because several others have said they liked it, so at least I know for me that my phone dosent like 2/26. Ill just sit back and wait until the next release comes out and see if anyone else has any issues with 2/26.
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Using 2/26, reduced sampling rate of conservative to 25k, noop, running great, snappy and good battery performance, deep sleeping nicely. Oh, also undervolted by about 75-100. 4.5 hours on, 48 mins screen on and some music, at 86%. Seems good so far.

Edit: no wake-up lag, just the normal second or so.
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Can you explain what reducing the sampling rate of conservative to 25k does?
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Can you explain what reducing the sampling rate of conservative to 25k does?
CPU load is checked more frequently, and as a result, the governor ramps up the frequency more often.
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With the config in my Sig I'm pulling 10hrs and I'm down to 78% with 1hr screen on. This is also on stock battery. nothing beats Entropy's Kernel and UnNamed.



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I dont know how you do it but the 2/26 seems to be working very well for me. Usually at this time of day I am in the low 60% range with your previous kernel, and so far I am at 75% with the 2/26. I am running the ICScrewD 2.0.1 Rom with stock settings with 8 hours from unplugged.

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