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28th February 2012, 06:32 AM |#1981  
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I haven't noticed any lag whatsoever with the latest release.

Same here. I unscientifically feel better battery life as well.

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I need to play with my device some.

Late last night, I used the one touch to return my phone to stock, wiped it using the input code in the dialer, Rooted the phone using the one touch. I then flashed 2/26 via mobile odin, applied UnNamed 2.2.1 and went to bed. Got up at 6:30 this morning. In the last two hours, I've dropped 21% battery life. Only thing I have installed or on is WiFi. I have a feeling this is an anomaly, so I'm going to redo that entire process again and see what happens. I'll let you know if I see the same type of results after a full charge.
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I need to play with my device some.

Late last night, I used the one touch to return my phone to stock, wiped it using the input code in the dialer, Rooted the phone using the one touch. I then flashed 2/26 via mobile odin, applied UnNamed 2.2.1 and went to bed. Got up at 6:30 this morning. In the last two hours, I've dropped 21% battery life. Only thing I have installed or on is WiFi. I have a feeling this is an anomaly, so I'm going to redo that entire process again and see what happens. I'll let you know if I see the same type of results after a full charge.

Was Android OS percentage very high along with lots of wlan_rx wakelocks in the kernel wakelock list? If so - this is one of two widely documented bugs with the UCKK6 base.
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I didn't have BBS on it, so I can't say. That's why I'm going to redo everything, give it a full charge, then start logging things like I did before.
28th February 2012, 02:43 PM |#1985  
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I didn't have BBS on it, so I can't say. That's why I'm going to redo everything, give it a full charge, then start logging things like I did before.

Even normal battery stats would've caught abnormally high AOS percentage, which would have happened if it were one of the UCKK6 bugs. Also /proc/wakelocks can be pulled via ADB - that's how it was done for a while before BBS added that feature.
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Less than 1% per hour, running entropy 2/26 kernel and sh1trom xwkl1 w/ 38 minutes display. No problems w/ power on and off. Will report if otherwise.

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Even normal battery stats would've caught abnormally high AOS percentage, which would have happened if it were one of the UCKK6 bugs. Also /proc/wakelocks can be pulled via ADB - that's how it was done for a while before BBS added that feature.

lol I'm too new to this and was more focused on getting my phone setup back to where it was. It's charging right now. Only thing i have on it is Enhanced Email, BBS, and the Amazon Appstore (to download EE). WiFi is off, GPS is off, BT is off. I'll see what happens this time as soon as it's done charging. When I put it on the charger, it was down to 65%. That's nearly a 20% drain per hour, so I'm thinking something wasn't right with my setup.
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Hi Entropy get on this...

I9100XXKP4
http://hotfile.com/dl/139221321/6c05...XAKP4.rar.html
pass: samfirmware.com

I9100XXKP8
http://hotfile.com/dl/139221144/1bdf...XAKP8.rar.html
pass: samfirmware.com

Got this from the checkrom site forum...should be released on the 1st but they have stable versions...think the files include the kernel...
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28th February 2012, 06:15 PM |#1989  
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Hi Entropy get on this...

I9100XXKP4
http://hotfile.com/dl/139221321/6c05...XAKP4.rar.html
pass: samfirmware.com

I9100XXKP8
http://hotfile.com/dl/139221144/1bdf...XAKP8.rar.html
pass: samfirmware.com

Got this from the checkrom site forum...should be released on the 1st but they have stable versions...think the files include the kernel...

Um, those are ancient (Note the third letter is K designating 2011). LPH (the base for Baby Pacifier) is MUCH newer.

The ICS prereleases seem to be missing month code, using P (prelease?) instead.

And they are not relevant to this thread - this is for my Gingerbread kernel. ICS kernel work will have a new thread, and kernel work won't start until I9100 ICS becomes official and source code is released.

I doubt the March 1st release date for I9100 ICS at this point - LPH isn't ready to go in my opinion and there hasn't been any leak since then. I'm 90% certain there will be a leak before official release.
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Just to let you know I was running the 2/18 builds (the one actually dated 2/18) and had the weird shutdown issue. Upon turning on the button leds flash real quick then a normal boot. An attempt to get a /proc/last_kmsg failed as it didn't exist. Ideas?
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Just to let you know I was running the 2/18 builds (the one actually dated 2/18) and had the weird shutdown issue. Upon turning on the button leds flash real quick then a normal boot. An attempt to get a /proc/last_kmsg failed as it didn't exist. Ideas?

Was this when connected to a charger?

Which 2/18 build? A or B? Were you on 15C before?

crash-to-LPM is pissing me off - it's damn near impossible to get a log.

I'm going to look into maybe putting something in the initramfs to dump last_kmsg in LPM.

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