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[sgt]-[discussion room] CyanogenMOD 9.0 by te4m[MTD][4.0.4]

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11th April 2012, 02:29 PM   |  #431  
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Battery Drain!
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Thanks, I'll just wait for some positive feedback from other users (and the compass issue to be resolved) and then jump in .

Whoahhh. Huge battery drain with the new kernel. Back to original configuration
12th April 2012, 11:33 AM   |  #432  
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Whoahhh. Huge battery drain with the new kernel. Back to original configuration

Reinstalled old ROM, and latest kernel. Battery drain issue fixed. Doesn't makes sense, but am happy !

For some reason just installing the latest kernel over the previous configuration was causing the issue....
12th April 2012, 09:22 PM   |  #433  
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Taking advantage of the newbie friendly nature of the thread....

I'm Currently running CM9-SGT7-TE4M-RC0.20120307 ROM, with "Update-Wifi-CM9-SGT7-TE4M-20120307" flashed on top of "P1000-CM9-HumberOS-Kernel-20120307".

Tried ROM "aosp_galaxytab_optimized" (from 20120322) before reverting back the 20120307....

Can I simply flash the new kernel on top of my existing setup, or do I need to do something extra?

Yup, just download it put on the SD card and flash with recovery. Should take < 5 minutes.

Edited in: I see you got your answer already.

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---------- Post added at 03:21 PM ---------- Previous post was at 03:18 PM ----------

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Originally Posted by MMansoor

Reinstalled old ROM, and latest kernel. Battery drain issue fixed. Doesn't makes sense, but am happy !

For some reason just installing the latest kernel over the previous configuration was causing the issue....

Old ROM...latest kernel...previous configuration mean nothing. Please put dates in as you did in your first post. I have no trouble with the battery running the April 10th kernel on the March 7th ROM.

Fred

---------- Post added at 03:22 PM ---------- Previous post was at 03:21 PM ----------

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Looks to be okay for you. Those older dates ROM are still BML (non-MTD).

What does this post mean? What is BML vs. non-MTD?

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13th April 2012, 01:30 AM   |  #434  
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google is your best friend.
But the short version answer: they are partition tables type.
BML is Samsung proprietary and MTD is open source.

so BML is in fact non-MTD (the even shorter answer)

Suffice to say that differ, hence a move to MTD based ROM, if need to move back to BML will need a full restock via Odin with repartitioning option.
13th April 2012, 09:16 AM   |  #435  
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Yup, just download it put on the SD card and flash with recovery. Should take < 5 minutes.

Edited in: I see you got your answer already.

Fred

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Old ROM...latest kernel...previous configuration mean nothing. Please put dates in as you did in your first post. I have no trouble with the battery running the April 10th kernel on the March 7th ROM.

Fred

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What does this post mean? What is BML vs. non-MTD?

Thanks,
Fred

Note: -> denotes order of flashing .zip via CWM recovery

Battery Drain Configuration (in my case):
ROM: CM9-SGT7-TE4M-RC0.20120307 ->
Kernel: P1000-CM9-HumberOS-Kernel-20120307 ->
Kernel Update: Update-Wifi-CM9-SGT7-TE4M-20120307 ->
Kernel: P1000-CM9-HumberOS-Kernel-20120409

Current Configuration (running fine):
Rom: CM9-SGT7-TE4M-RC0.20120307 ->
Kernel: P1000-CM9-HumberOS-Kernel-20120409
13th April 2012, 03:59 PM   |  #436  
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Originally Posted by MMansoor

Note: -> denotes order of flashing .zip via CWM recovery

Battery Drain Configuration (in my case):
ROM: CM9-SGT7-TE4M-RC0.20120307 ->
Kernel: P1000-CM9-HumberOS-Kernel-20120307 ->
Kernel Update: Update-Wifi-CM9-SGT7-TE4M-20120307 ->
Kernel: P1000-CM9-HumberOS-Kernel-20120409

Current Configuration (running fine):
Rom: CM9-SGT7-TE4M-RC0.20120307 ->
Kernel: P1000-CM9-HumberOS-Kernel-20120409

Interesting, I had no battery drain problem with the configuration you note first. I did find significantly improved wifi behavior with the WiFi update without negative battery effect.

Cheers,
Fred

---------- Post added at 09:59 AM ---------- Previous post was at 09:57 AM ----------

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google is your best friend.
But the short version answer: they are partition tables type.
BML is Samsung proprietary and MTD is open source.

so BML is in fact non-MTD (the even shorter answer)

Suffice to say that differ, hence a move to MTD based ROM, if need to move back to BML will need a full restock via Odin with repartitioning option.

Thanks, I think I got it but I am still not sure which are old and which are new ROMs.

Also, Google is no friend of mine, I try to stay away as much as possible. It is a necessary evil for an Android user.

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14th April 2012, 03:10 AM   |  #437  
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Use Bing then if you don't like Google.
For cm9 build from 7 April onwards are MTD


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14th April 2012, 10:52 AM   |  #438  
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Google Play not working and flashing problem
Hey I flashed humberos ics from the Link in the development thread where it says 'obselete' (because i could not flash newest Bild - See also below)
and now Google play is not working. It starts for about .1 seconds and then it shuts down again. ans solutions?

and then i tried to flash the newest build from the development thread over it
but when in recovery mode it says bad package. can i only flash the roms from the humberos page?

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14th April 2012, 01:32 PM   |  #439  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by priyana

google is your best friend.
But the short version answer: they are partition tables type.
BML is Samsung proprietary and MTD is open source.

so BML is in fact non-MTD (the even shorter answer)

Suffice to say that differ, hence a move to MTD based ROM, if need to move back to BML will need a full restock via Odin with repartitioning option.

Find that out the hard way when was naive enough to flash back to CM7, but then it screwed up. No real harm done and am back to April 7th build.

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14th April 2012, 03:41 PM   |  #440  
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Can we build cdma kernel with latest updates? Do the kernels have HAVS enabled?

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