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I wasn't asking for an ETA, I'm running 2.6.39.4-Tiamat-3.0.11-stockgpu-00056-g9a84754 chris@Kappa #1

Build number: EOS IMM76D Nightly 90 (56923dd)

What i was asking was if nightly build 90 (dated 2012-03-30) from http://goo.im/devs/teameos/roms/nightlies/wingray is the latest build, since the changelog is up to 2012-04-04 with additional changes to the wingray project (for example kernel 3.0.13) http://nightlies.teameos.org/changelogs/2012-04-04.txt

according to the changelogs, there are new nightlies built, right? I'm just wondering where they are. not asking *when* they are.

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Noticed same with stingray builds. I know that there seems to be a lag between changelog and builds being sent out. Don't know why but in time we get them and much worth the wait.
 
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to build a new nightly is effortful process i guess, so dev's wait for noticeable changes to cook our new rom.

waiting patiently and trusting our dev's are the keys for nightly builds, imho.
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Forgive the bonehead question but I'm curious if build 90 is still the latest nightly (timestamped 2012-03-30) for wingray. I've been following the changelogs and noticed that the kernel has been bumped up to 3.0.12 and then 3.0.13 (and various other changes), I have yet to find a more current nightly than build #90, unless these changes are reflective of the build that was uploaded 6 days ago.

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No new nightly as of yet. Probably tonight.
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to build a new nightly is effortful process i guess, so dev's wait for noticeable changes to cook our new rom.

waiting patiently and trusting our dev's are the keys for nightly builds, imho.
Actually, all I have to do is run a script to merge the latest changes into the cornerstone branch, log into http://bb.teameos.org/, tick a few boxes and click submit.


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Hi there,

I went for #90 nightly the other day coming from EOS 1.0.0. No issues w/ 1.0.0 beside the annoying ICS update notification.

#90 runs well but I have a severe battery drain with this version and I can't find the reason. It seems deep standby or however it's called does not work. What I can see from the Apps section is "Android OS" is eating battery like hell. It's around 50-60 percent of usage.

Any idea how I could get more details about this? "Android OS" is just a bit too generic

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Hi there,

I went for #90 nightly the other day coming from EOS 1.0.0. No issues w/ 1.0.0 beside the annoying ICS update notification.

#90 runs well but I have a severe battery drain with this version and I can't find the reason. It seems deep standby or however it's called does not work. What I can see from the Apps section is "Android OS" is eating battery like hell. It's around 50-60 percent of usage.

Any idea how I could get more details about this? "Android OS" is just a bit too generic

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No problems here with stby mode on v.90
 
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may be it's off topic but i have to ask a question to users of the nightly. please consider it as a poll question.

- do you need to use juicedefender app to extend battery life? would you recommend to use it? i know the battery life of this rom is amazing but it's kinda matter of habit in android world.

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Hi there,

I went for #90 nightly the other day coming from EOS 1.0.0. No issues w/ 1.0.0 beside the annoying ICS update notification.

#90 runs well but I have a severe battery drain with this version and I can't find the reason. It seems deep standby or however it's called does not work. What I can see from the Apps section is "Android OS" is eating battery like hell. It's around 50-60 percent of usage.

Any idea how I could get more details about this? "Android OS" is just a bit too generic

Thanks!
get your apps in check! 99.9% of the time this is caused by an app start removing apps one by one from when you first started to notice this. I get 4-5 days per charge on my xoom
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may be it's off topic but i have to ask a question to users of the nightly. please consider it as a poll question.

- do you need to use juicedefender app to extend battery life? would you recommend to use it? i know the battery life of this rom is amazing but it's kinda matter of habit in android world.

thanks for answers.
I think that it is more suitable on phones, maybe also on xoom with data card.
On the wifi xoom i don't see any need for that. Using it for 2-3 hours a day and leaving it in standby y have 3-4 days of capacity between charges.
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may be it's off topic but i have to ask a question to users of the nightly. please consider it as a poll question.

- do you need to use juicedefender app to extend battery life? would you recommend to use it? i know the battery life of this rom is amazing but it's kinda matter of habit in android world.

thanks for answers.
I prefer to stay away from such tools myself. Quite often, their developers mess with things they don't always fully understand about the OS.
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Hi, running on #90 at present, really happy.... couple of questions...

1. #90 Kernel is 3.0.11 stockgpu - I'm sure previous kernels have been overclockgpu - is there an easy way to get the overclock version instead? I know I can get Solarnz 3.0.5 overclockgpu, but is there a 3.0.11 (I've seen reference to 3.0.12 also) o/c version?

2. I seem to have Japanese IME and (I assume) Chinese also and can't remove either when I select Input methods (both are greyed out)... is there a way to remove them? Looks like something the 4.0.4 builds have inherited?

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