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11th June 2012, 07:55 AM   |  #5571  
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Originally Posted by emprize

My bad, i cant find it in this thread, i tried the keyword "screen on", "turn on", "crt".... It would be appreciate if u can provide me the keyword

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you could try the keyword "delay screen on", or "CM9 screen on" or "delay screen cm9"
11th June 2012, 08:05 AM   |  #5572  
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Originally Posted by Entropy512

I'm semi-back after my weekend, but totally sleep deprived...
That seems to be a major cause - it would be why there has been a major spike in SoDs since the storage switch happened. It seems to be:
1) Some people had SoDs with the old wifi driver - not surprising, the old I9100 Update4 wifi driver was ****. Most of these people had them disappear when we went to the N7000 wifi driver/MMC driver.
2) A bunch of people were SoD free until the storage switch - nearly everyone who saw a spike in SoDs after 6/3 have had them go away if they did a wipe/factory reset. My guess is they had some app that was misbehaving.

Totally true, as for me personal. But - others, who did all the changes, including wipes and all, still suffering SOD's - could it be another rev of emmc/controller, which not lives in peace with a new drivers?


Right now the only things I can think of are to try and pull the GPIO configurations in from the N7000 sources - they looked identical (just formatted/reordered differently) on first review, but there might be a change hidden in there.

Doesn't it make sense to pull all possible configs from N7000 sources, or is something better/more stable in I9100 sources? Just asking.


Right now, and these are wild guesses:
If you use any app that automatically enables/disables wifi, don't.

100% true for a latest bilds, it messes the system. Just did a small test yesterday, it's conflicting with system_ui and system power management policy.


Leave wifi on, it uses less power for background syncing than mobile data anyway.
Similarly, set "Keep wifi on during sleep" to "Always"

Having battery drain on wi-fi on, I have no choice, but to agree with you on a bad router/network issue or this bt-amp thing...Btw, have you read my post about this?


And obviously - dealing with the fact that our device has defective flash memory that can suffer damage which is currently unrecoverable by anyone outside of Samsung has taken priority.

And it can be major contributing factor to all SOD's...

Thanks for your work.
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11th June 2012, 10:12 AM   |  #5573  
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bluetooth and SODs
My bluetooth is open many sods, its closed no sods.
11th June 2012, 10:23 AM   |  #5574  
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Using 09 version. Did a full wipe and format of internal sd twice. Already did IT for external put there The zip file. And no SOD for a day now.

IT is exactly The Same as i did before but now IT works.

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11th June 2012, 10:53 AM   |  #5575  
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Tested, working for Note.
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11th June 2012, 12:22 PM   |  #5576  
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Originally Posted by robertkuro

I still get sods with the latest update and I did full wipe ....so I went back to 01/06 anything after that is sod for me...

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I have the same issue... Never had any SOD before and started with the prior to nightly releases.
CM9 makes the Note so much better!
Still noticed the other day I'm getting blue video for the realtime face effects, still being worked on i guess? Smurf look is fine...

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11th June 2012, 12:28 PM   |  #5577  
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Today, i try to install SamsungTTS.apk which comes from ICS official stock rom, also copy lang_SMT into system.

y, cm9 can install the apk but cannot use it.

Any future version will support SamsungTTS?

11th June 2012, 01:00 PM   |  #5578  
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Originally Posted by willwmj

Any future version will support SamsungTTS?

I would not necessarily assume that.
11th June 2012, 01:07 PM   |  #5579  
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Hey guys,

I was thinking of switching back to CM9. Last time I had a few reservations - I actually missed some of the Samsung stuff.

Anyway, I know there are TW dependencies for most Samsung features but I wondered if anyone knew whether any, none or all of the following apps had TW dependencies so I couldn't just back them up with Titanium and take them with me?

Polaris Office
Email app
Clock app

I wont get a chance to try it until Tuesday night, but I will probably give them a go anyway to see what sticks! Unless someone can categorically tell me none of them will work. I think I've tried Email before and it worked fine. I think the clock app is second most important.

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11th June 2012, 01:35 PM   |  #5580  
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Originally Posted by Dryfit.linux

Using 09 version. Did a full wipe and format of internal sd twice. Already did IT for external put there The zip file. And no SOD for a day now.

IT is exactly The Same as i did before but now IT works.

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Having SOD again. I am at work now and i always turn off wifi at work. That is only difference from my home sittuation. And when i drive i use bleutooth. Turn it on when i go and turn wifi and bleutooth off when i arrive at work.

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