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Thanks. I just removed SetCPU and using the speed tweak script. I've been doing everything I can to get better battery life, but still no success. Give this a shot. What about running a battery calibration as well?
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Battery calibration, at least the "tools" that usually do nothing more than wipe the battery stats file, don't improve battery life.
 
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The way I was told to calibrate the battery is to drain it until the phone dies. Then charge it until the green light comes on and wipe the battery stats in recovery. It works for me that way at least.

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The way I was told to calibrate the battery is to drain it until the phone dies. Then charge it until the green light comes on and wipe the battery stats in recovery. It works for me that way at least.

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My view on that is that most batteries only are rated for so many full drain to full charge cycles. I am no expert but I think that draining like that over and over every time you flash a Rom would shorten the life of the battery. Just my non-expert opinion.

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I never said anything about doing it everytime...... Only when it seems necessary. Plus batteries only have a lifespan of so many charges period. It doesn't matter if it drained completely or not. Just putting it on and taking if off is bad for it.

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I never said anything about doing it everytime...... Only when it seems necessary. Plus batteries only have a lifespan of so many charges period. It doesn't matter if it drained completely or not. Just putting it on and taking if off is bad for it.

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I did not mean you do. Just saw posts before where people would drain it down premature by leaving stuff running.

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Oh I see. Well you quoted my post about calibrating the battery so I thought you were talking to me. No big deal.

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Any idea if the newest radios work well with this ROM?
Also is it better to use imo 5.2 or 6.2? or a completely different kernel all together?
One more thing, does this have working MMS? If not, any fixes at all?
 
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Any idea if the newest radios work well with this ROM?
Also is it better to use imo 5.2 or 6.2? or a completely different kernel all together?
One more thing, does this have working MMS? If not, any fixes at all?
Everything works for me.

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Why does this ROM default to Paris for weather? Is it just me or is anyone else getting that?

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