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7th August 2012, 08:32 PM |#401  
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Latest kernel is rockin, on A46.

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Getting a lot of freezing and reboots with 46, back on 43.

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7th August 2012, 08:36 PM |#402  
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Sorry for your bad luck but imagining that made me literally LOL.

Just wanted to say thanks again for the kernel but I think 46b is giving me worse battery life than 43.


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Im getting even better battery life with a46g over a23, before I was going at 95% in 8hrs idle, now it's squeezing out 96% in 8hrs idle



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Seems the phones that don't like 1836 don't like the UV any better.
I'll have to return to previous levels for the 1728 phones.
But instead of using two sets of voltages I will use the voltages that are stable for you as base voltages, then add voltage control for the others to lower them from there.

Sorry I can't anticipate Selma Blair visiting your phones if the symptoms don't show themselves here. :/



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is a46g undervolted?
7th August 2012, 10:11 PM |#403  
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Yes a46g was undervolted. Not sure by how much though.
8th August 2012, 12:11 AM |#404  
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wifi is glitchy , it stops working shortly after connecting and then i reset it and it keeps working a long time. When it stops working it still shows as connected. Also wifi calling stopped working. I'm on 46g. Does wifi calling use some port or it somehow gets around port forwarding? I want to rule out my router.

Update:

I wiped cache and dalvik
Then flashed rom
Reboot system, let it sit
Then rebooted
cleared cache and dalvik
flashed kernel 45b, trinity
rebooted system
Wifi works and wifi calling works.
Wifi seems pretty stable so far.

It seems like everytime I flash the kernel my wifi gets quirky
but if I follow the steps above and flash rom first and clear ****
wifi comes back without a problem.

Wif is the only issue I keep running into in this rom/kernel combination.
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8th August 2012, 02:19 AM |#405  
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Morfic, Im going to go down the list trying the different kernels to see if its recognized on my mac. Is there a specific order in which to go? From 19 (which we know works) up or from 43 down?

Edit: nevermind I only have 34,36, and 37 so i guess it doesnt matter

Results: Ok, so the only kernels that my mac recognizes are 19 and 34. The ones that dont get recognized are 36, 37, 43, 46
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8th August 2012, 03:24 AM |#406  
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Morfic, Im going to go down the list trying the different kernels to see if its recognized on my mac. Is there a specific order in which to go? From 19 (which we know works) up or from 43 down?

Edit: nevermind I only have 34,36, and 37 so i guess it doesnt matter

Results: Ok, so the only kernels that my mac recognizes are 19 and 34. The ones that dont get recognized are 36, 37, 43, 46

+1

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8th August 2012, 05:09 AM |#407  
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If you need me to test more let me know. I'm sure it's not a high priority since I'm sure most use Windows pc but I'll test anything you need.
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Thanks morfic, the kernels with OC to 1836 didn't boot for , or caused constant force close , all I can say is that I am running 46g and these colors are amazing

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8th August 2012, 06:25 PM |#409  
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Morfic, Im going to go down the list trying the different kernels to see if its recognized on my mac. Is there a specific order in which to go? From 19 (which we know works) up or from 43 down?

Edit: nevermind I only have 34,36, and 37 so i guess it doesnt matter

Results: Ok, so the only kernels that my mac recognizes are 19 and 34. The ones that dont get recognized are 36, 37, 43, 46

Can you get me there following off of 34 and 46:

cat /proc/filesystems

Guessing at something mac related.
I'll be flying blind here.

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8th August 2012, 07:27 PM |#410  
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Can you get me there following off of 34 and 46:

cat /proc/filesystems

Guessing at something mac related.
I'll be flying blind here.

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Sure, are these files in a particular folder in my phone or do I need to do something in order to get these?

Btw, congrats on the nexus 7 kernel. Kicking ass!
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