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[NIGHTLY][ROM][GWK74] CyanogenMod 7 for vendor Bravo (HTC Desire GSM)

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27th February 2012, 12:36 PM |#6691  
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There is one place where I've been witnessing a FC: the DSP manager FCs when I receive a call (it seems it happens mostly the first time after a reboot). As in - I start the phone (or restart it), receive a call, and on the screen I get a FC error. I have to close it before being able to answer the call (or seeing who is calling).

Once I've closed the error, it doesn't seem to show up again (I don't receive many calls as such)
 
 
27th February 2012, 09:45 PM |#6692  
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There is one place where I've been witnessing a FC: the DSP manager FCs when I receive a call (it seems it happens mostly the first time after a reboot). As in - I start the phone (or restart it), receive a call, and on the screen I get a FC error. I have to close it before being able to answer the call (or seeing who is calling).

Once I've closed the error, it doesn't seem to show up again (I don't receive many calls as such)

i have unistall DSP.i found it useless anyway
27th February 2012, 09:58 PM |#6693  
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The last nightly build works very well.
I have only a force close that is followed by a reboot when I try to log in in Skype.
I think that this nightly release use the battery in a different way in comparison with the 262 build... the battery seems last less than the usual but is only my first impression.
28th February 2012, 09:15 AM |#6694  
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The last nightly build works very well.
I have only a force close that is followed by a reboot when I try to log in in Skype.
I think that this nightly release use the battery in a different way in comparison with the 262 build... the battery seems last less than the usual but is only my first impression.

maybe u sould calibrate it.my battery last same and a little better
28th February 2012, 11:19 AM |#6695  
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maybe u sould calibrate it.my battery last same and a little better

Maybe you are right I will try to do this today.
28th February 2012, 12:52 PM |#6696  
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CM70 20120225-Nightly doesn't seem to play well with ManU 2.1 HAVS... to me at least. When I undervolt it to the usual values I had it with v261 nightly, I get random reboots and app restarts. I haven't tested it with the default voltage values for ManU 2.1 though but I do find the voltage values a tad bit too high.

I'm currently using the built in CM7 kernel and its seems stable. Battery drain's quite a bit I think...

Anyone had any issues with the ManU kernel with this nightly?
28th February 2012, 01:00 PM |#6697  
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CM70 20120225-Nightly doesn't seem to play well with ManU 2.1 HAVS... to me at least. When I undervolt it to the usual values I had it with v261 nightly, I get random reboots and app restarts. I haven't tested it with the default voltage values for ManU 2.1 though but I do find the voltage values a tad bit too high.

I'm currently using the built in CM7 kernel and its seems stable. Battery drain's quite a bit I think...

Anyone had any issues with the ManU kernel with this nightly?

Just downloaded it now, can you upload or give me your undervolt values so i can test along with you.

Will only be able to give you an answer after i get home from work, which is in about 4 hours.

Just in case, what app are you using to undervolt???
28th February 2012, 01:17 PM |#6698  
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Just downloaded it now, can you upload or give me your undervolt values so i can test along with you.

Will only be able to give you an answer after i get home from work, which is in about 4 hours.

Just in case, what app are you using to undervolt???

I use IncrediControl app as suggested by EV. I just adjust all the lower threshold values several steps down until the 245MHz frequency is set to 900mv.
I leave the upper threshold for each frequency as is. Ondemand governor using 245MHz-998Mz

This config works fine on Nightly v261 but given the fact that there are a ton of changes between that and this last nightly, they might have made some changes?
28th February 2012, 02:11 PM |#6699  
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The battery is working fine at this moment.
Yesterday afternoon (4.00 PM Italian Time Zone) I do a full charge and I used my phone for playing mp3 for more or less two hours I browsed some internet pages in 3G (on a Bus while I was travelling for more or less 110 km) and I used the wlan connection for the rest of the time until now... and after 23 hours I have yet the 48% of my battery.
So my first impression about battery draining was wrong.
I use the last nightly build but I prefer to use another RIL (the HTC-RIL 2.2.0028HM) and the 32.56.00.32U_5.17.05.23 Radio version.
The governor I use is Interactive (245-1113 MHz).
I hope that my data could be useful for other users.
28th February 2012, 02:23 PM |#6700  
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I use IncrediControl app as suggested by EV. I just adjust all the lower threshold values several steps down until the 245MHz frequency is set to 900mv.
I leave the upper threshold for each frequency as is. Ondemand governor using 245MHz-998Mz

This config works fine on Nightly v261 but given the fact that there are a ton of changes between that and this last nightly, they might have made some changes?

I use the same set up, if 900mv is your starting point, by what increment do you increase your voltages - from 900mv to 925mv for the next clock speed?

As i am going to use this procedure!

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The battery is working fine at this moment.
Yesterday afternoon (4.00 PM Italian Time Zone) I do a full charge and I used my phone for playing mp3 for more or less two hours I browsed some internet pages in 3G (on a Bus while I was travelling for more or less 110 km) and I used the wlan connection for the rest of the time until now... and after 23 hours I have yet the 48% of my battery.
So my first impression about battery draining was wrong.
I use the last nightly build but I prefer to use another RIL (the HTC-RIL 2.2.0028HM) and the 32.56.00.32U_5.17.05.23 Radio version.
The governor I use is Interactive (245-1113 MHz).
I hope that my data could be useful for other users.

That is pretty impressive battery life your getting.
I can barely barely make it from 06H00 to 17H00 on 1 charge, just popped it in on charge now @ 30% left?

You can PM me with your method you used to get this, as this thread is for CM nightly discussions and not battery life.

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28th February 2012, 02:43 PM |#6701  
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