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14th April 2012, 08:41 PM   |  #6031  
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But some of the livewallpapers dont work like "galaxy" and some koi pond wallpaper..

some has wrong colors like "grass" I mean the default one (purchased beautiful lw works flawlessly) ..and "water" livewallpaper..and may be more depending on the extensions it uses..as openfimg is still in development missing some core extensions and it does not have opengl 2.0 implemented ..I dont think samsung gpu drivers had it either

Anyone facing some disturbing sound while playing videos?? tried zplayer,mxplayer and even the stock one..same result..
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14th April 2012, 11:40 PM   |  #6032  
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No... I and few other users have problems with OC kernels. Even at 100 - 600 Ondemand, we got SoDs or freezes.

That's usually because of low voltages. What you need is a kernel with stock (or higher) voltages, not a kernel with stock frequencies.
You can have a kernel with stock freqs but the same voltages and you'd still have sods...

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(I know all the needed technical details on this, so believe me.)

Would you point me to somewhere where I can find the details? (need to feed the monster known as curiosity )
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15th April 2012, 07:01 AM   |  #6033  
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In device settings, touch key settings are not working. I am in g3mod test kernel..Plz reply

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15th April 2012, 07:56 AM   |  #6034  
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That's usually because of low voltages. What you need is a kernel with stock (or higher) voltages, not a kernel with stock frequencies.
You can have a kernel with stock freqs but the same voltages and you'd still have sods...

I think no..because in the past I tried G3mod kernels oc & non-oc. Every OC kernel gived me the same problem. Even at 100-600 ondemand I had random freezes. I think that is not low voltages problem. In Cm 1.4 kernel: 600 mhz step - 1200 mV (in every non-oc kernel: 667 mhz step - 1200 mV). In Non-oc I never had any freeze or sod.

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15th April 2012, 02:28 PM   |  #6035  
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About battery drain, I beg to disagree with people saying the batteries are dead.
In alpha7 it was working nicely, then in A8, I have huge drains (like from 70 to 20 in 10 minutes), sinse day ONE I've installed the rom.
It would be a magical coincidence the hardware getting bad in the exact day I upgraded the rom
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About battery drain, I beg to disagree with people saying the batteries are dead.
In alpha7 it was working nicely, then in A8, I have huge drains (like from 70 to 20 in 10 minutes), sinse day ONE I've installed the rom.
It would be a magical coincidence the hardware getting bad in the exact day I upgraded the rom

Well, something is clearly going wrong there. Our phone is not physically capable to drain a battery that fast. Either you have a problem with the display of the battery level, or it really is on it's last leg. There is no part of our phone that can consume that much power in so little time!

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15th April 2012, 06:04 PM   |  #6037  
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Ordered a new battery already. Will report back, if this fixes my battery drain/drop.
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15th April 2012, 06:43 PM   |  #6038  
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Actually i didnt get percentage battery drain.. jumping from 70 to 20 or so

But for me battery is draining gradually but in increased rate than alpha7

ROM : CYANOGEN MOD 7 ALPHA 8 by Marcellusbe
KERNEL : ARAKMAR'S NEW KERNEL
THEME : ORANGE MIUI
LAUNCHER : ADW with SAUVE HD THEME
CYANOGEN MOD SETTINGS :
VM HEAP SIZE ..32
PURGING ASSETS.. Enabled
COMPCACHE.. Disabled
SURFACE DITHERING .... Enabled
CPU : Max..1200mhz
Min.. 1000mhz
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Actually i didnt get percentage battery drain.. jumping from 70 to 20 or so

But for me battery is draining gradually but in increased rate than alpha7

ROM : CYANOGEN MOD 7 ALPHA 8 by Marcellusbe
KERNEL : ARAKMAR'S NEW KERNEL
THEME : ORANGE MIUI
LAUNCHER : ADW with SAUVE HD THEME
CYANOGEN MOD SETTINGS :
VM HEAP SIZE ..32
PURGING ASSETS.. Enabled
COMPCACHE.. Disabled
SURFACE DITHERING .... Enabled
CPU : Max..1200mhz
Min.. 1000mhz

Your overclock values are insanely high!
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Your overclock values are insanely high!

yeah...indeed they are.......i'm sure that battery want's to jump out from phone sometimes...

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