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Actually output should show lost+found and .nodatadata .
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Ok same problem, i see the nodatadata and the lost and found files listed. Anything else? I did the 2 separate cmd into terminal.

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Ok same problem, i see the nodatadata and the lost and found files listed. Anything else? I did the 2 separate cmd into terminal.

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Just want to make sure that it should be ".nodatadata" , with "." (dot) .
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how can I change battery to percent?

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how can I change battery to percent?

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Go to settings> system> status bar> battery and click percentage

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I wasn't talking about the GPSLocationProvider, I know that battery drainage that occurs when you turn on the GPS.

Just normal usage, it seems to me that ICS does take up quite a bit more battery than Froyo.
I agree with mulder, without GPS running, ICS (either this CM9 nightly or other CM9 based ROMs like Passion) drains far less than GB (CM7/MIUI), and about the same, IIRC (it has been a while), as Froyo (Bionix).
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16 did not want to play nice with Sub Zero today. The two sent me into boot loops. 16 by itself was fine. Maybe the next nightly will jell with SZ.

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I agree with mulder, without GPS running, ICS (either this CM9 nightly or other CM9 based ROMs like Passion) drains far less than GB (CM7/MIUI), and about the same, IIRC (it has been a while), as Froyo (Bionix).
I came directly to CM9 from Bionix-v. I would venture that without GPS this is actually getting somewhat better battery life. On light use days I routinely have over 60% when I go to bed. Even with GPS.. if it shuts the GPS down properly this is improved.

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16 did not want to play nice with Sub Zero today. The two sent me into boot loops. 16 by itself was fine. Maybe the next nightly will jell with SZ.

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Just want to make sure that it should be ".nodatadata" , with "." (dot) .
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Yup its the .nodatadata with the dot

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16 did not want to play nice with Sub Zero today. The two sent me into boot loops. 16 by itself was fine. Maybe the next nightly will jell with SZ.

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If you did not already do this, you may want to try flashing the Glitch Kernel first. After flashing Glitch, either do a full reboot, or at least reboot recovery before flashing Sub Zero.

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Can somebody provide a list af all files needed for GPS to work?
I would like to pull them out from other ROM (from here ) and see
whether this solves the deep sleep problem.
They claim they've solved the GPS problem...
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