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mohamobo, you sure this works? Can anyone else confirm if his kernel works as well?
Yes works for me. Below my latest stock cm9 kernel compile with latest subZero init.aries.gps.rc.
Anyone please test if it works for you as well.

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New kernel for GPS testing!

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Please test for GPS locks after deep sleep, and deep sleep after GPS locks, and report back here.
Tested but still GPS deep sleep deaths.
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Yes works for me. Below my latest stock cm9 kernel compile with latest subZero init.aries.gps.rc.
Anyone please test if it works for you as well.



Tested but still GPS deep sleep deaths.
Try these:

Mach11.zip

Mach12.zip
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And here's another to test:

Mach13.zip
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Thumbs up 6-10 Nightly and GPS Working Great

GPS seems to work dramatically better with the 6-10 CM9 build. I've left the phone sit idle for an hour or so and GPS comes back nicely. Turned GPS off and back on and good results. I did the hardware fix bending the tab a week ago and am finally liking my Vibrant again. I bought 2 new 1800 ma batteries since I'm no longer frustrated with GPS. Thanks FE for filling in where Samsung dropped the ball. I didn't try any of the new kernals as it seems to work well stock. I do have WiFi off so a bit more testing with wifi on.
 
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GPS seems to work dramatically better with the 6-10 CM9 build. I've left the phone sit idle for an hour or so and GPS comes back nicely. Turned GPS off and back on and good results. I did the hardware fix bending the tab a week ago and am finally liking my Vibrant again. I bought 2 new 1800 ma batteries since I'm no longer frustrated with GPS. Thanks FE for filling in where Samsung dropped the ball. I didn't try any of the new kernals as it seems to work well stock. I do have WiFi off so a bit more testing with wifi on.
Same here, 6/10 stock seems to b locking fine. Phone was in deep sleep for over 5 hours and turned gps on and locked in about 10secs

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Same here, 6/10 stock seems to b locking fine. Phone was in deep sleep for over 5 hours and turned gps on and locked in about 10secs

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Mach11 - same my build.
Mach12 and Mach13 - GPS deep sleep deaths.

Thanks FE for trying to fix GPS deep sleep deaths.
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Mach11 - same my build.
Mach12 and Mach13 - GPS deep sleep deaths.

Thanks FE for trying to fix GPS deep sleep deaths.
Aw... you caught on about Mach11 eh?
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You only replace the init.aries.gps.rc in your kernel? Because you say those don't work when I give you ones where I replaced the init rc. Do you do anything else?
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Aw... you caught on about Mach11 eh?
Lol.. you using my boot.img

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You only replace the init.aries.gps.rc in your kernel? Because you say those don't work when I give you ones where I replaced the init rc. Do you do anything else?
Yeah checked same init.aries.gps.rc and sorry after checked my build there is one file i edit inside "android/system/system/core/rootdir" init.rc files.

I think that's all. Too many trial and error to get GPS work after DS with my phone on stock cm9 kernel.
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I tried 0610 stock, as well as Mach 10, 11, 12, 13. I used the Ultimate Kernal Cleaner script before installing each kernel. I had GPS death after deep sleep on all.

BTW....good to see the appearance of Cid.

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