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[ROM][JB]Stock Sprint LJ7 Official Release Port 10/29/2012

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9th November 2012, 10:56 PM   |  #241  
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I'm getting way slow data speed on this ROM only 1 mb up and down frequent got 10-14 on stock Rom and cm10 thoughts?

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10th November 2012, 02:37 AM   |  #242  
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6 hours at 62% I'm sorry to say is not good with this phone. Until we get a ATT release i think battery is going to suck. I went back to ICS and am stunned at battery life, let's see right now I'm at 18 hours and 39%with tons of use. I would be dead if I was running a stock JB rom, maybe with Tasks AOKP I can pull OK battery.

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Its a whole lot better than I was getting stock. I'm a heavy user so I'm more than content to have 62% after 6 hours of use.

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10th November 2012, 05:48 AM   |  #243  
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@scorpion667 & @McAwesome

Thanks for the vote of confidence.

But I am not one of the professionals on here and am strictly an amateur. All I basically did was use the file in the OP and just deleted a bunch of APK files and changed the Bootup and Shutdown animations with the help of Thundersnuz.

I made a post a few pages back on how I did it. It's pretty easy.
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14th November 2012, 05:11 AM   |  #244  
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Have the missed calls problem been fixed?
24th November 2012, 07:46 PM   |  #245  
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been running this with the unsprint-tify zips and after two weeks zero issues, excluding battery.

on battery I can go 8-9 hours, and still have 20% left over.
Yesterday, i didn't use my phone at all and lost 60% in 14 hours. So there are those issues still to fix.
26th November 2012, 07:49 PM   |  #246  
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will this rom run well on Rogers i747m s3? my son is looking for a stable jb rom seems this one has some good ratings :thumbup:

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27th November 2012, 02:35 AM   |  #247  
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will this rom run well on Rogers i747m s3? my son is looking for a stable jb rom seems this one has some good ratings :thumbup:

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I've been running it on my Bell device and it is working just fine.
27th November 2012, 02:45 PM   |  #248  
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an update on battery life for those who are waiting to take the plunge.

4am-430am. played wildblood. -9% battery.
430-530am. No phone usage -4% battery.
530-1130am. 1 hour worth of phone calls, 20 texts, and lots of driving around (possible good/bad service). -28% battery.
1130-1230pm. 30 minutes of web. lots of texting. -17% battery.
1230-530pm. 1.5 hours worth of phone calls, 20 texts, and lots of driving around (possible good/bad service). -37 battery.
530-830pm. No phone usage. Battery at 6%

Start 4am at 100%
End 830pm at 6%
total: 16.5 hours. Single charge.
Rom: graffixnyc's Stock Sprint LJ7 Official Release
Kernal: ktoonsez 11.13 @ -75 undervolt @ktoonservative

I hope this helps someone!

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