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[ROM][4.1.2]Stock Jelly Bean LG-E973/1/5/0 [Canada edition][International]

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17th February 2013, 10:08 AM   |  #611  
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Im trying to install the debloated canadian rogers version. I tired v .3 and the intl release and i keep getting installation aborted, status 1. I did replace and rename the build.prop file with the rogers one using 7zip. Im using the cwm recovery recommended in the OP and wiped everything. Is there something im missing? Im coming from 4.0.4 pre-update unlocked and rooted.

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17th February 2013, 07:13 PM   |  #612  
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Re: [ROM][4.1.2]Stock Jelly Bean LG-E973/1/5/0 [Canada edition][International]
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I'm about as cheap as it gets, when it comes to buying apps, but I will say that paying for the pro version of TiBu is the best money that I've ever spent on an app.

I've actually paid for a few apps. Some games (which I barely play anymore), Beautiful Widgets, FreeGee (more like a donation), Double Twist, Nova Launcher, and I think some others. Only reason I never paid for TiB is because I never really felt like I needed the full version. I always uninstalled apps rather than freeze (which is probably stupid of me).

Also, when restoring apps from TiB using the batch restore, do you guys have to click "install" after each one? Or does it do it all at once without confirmation for each app? That'd be a good justification for buying the full.
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17th February 2013, 07:27 PM   |  #613  
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FYI - On ATT V2, The dialer FCs every time you hit dial. You can answer calls without issue, but cannot place calls. I had to go back to V1.
17th February 2013, 08:36 PM   |  #614  
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You only click once in TiBu Paid. It's really worth it.

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17th February 2013, 09:46 PM   |  #615  
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Re: [ROM][4.1.2]Stock Jelly Bean LG-E973/1/5/0 [Canada edition][International]
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I've actually paid for a few apps. Some games (which I barely play anymore), Beautiful Widgets, FreeGee (more like a donation), Double Twist, Nova Launcher, and I think some others. Only reason I never paid for TiB is because I never really felt like I needed the full version. I always uninstalled apps rather than freeze (which is probably stupid of me).

Also, when restoring apps from TiB using the batch restore, do you guys have to click "install" after each one? Or does it do it all at once without confirmation for each app? That'd be a good justification for buying the full.
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All at once my good sir. Press the check mark button and let it do its thing. It takes like 2 minutes, probably less, to restore my some 80 apps

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17th February 2013, 11:38 PM   |  #616  
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All at once my good sir. Press the check mark button and let it do its thing. It takes like 2 minutes, probably less, to restore my some 80 apps

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Between this feature and the ability to freeze apps, TiBu is well worth the $.
18th February 2013, 05:03 AM   |  #617  
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These are my results after diverting back to pre-thermal fix. That's more like it! Lol.

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18th February 2013, 06:01 AM   |  #618  
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These are my results after diverting back to pre-thermal fix. That's more like it! Lol.

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So what fixes did you apply? I'm at 45% with 2 hours of screen time. I have done the dormancy fix.

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18th February 2013, 06:08 AM   |  #619  
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I removed the thermal fix that brought the CPU back up to 1512mhz and allows the screen to go to 100%. Before the fix, the CPU would max out at 1128mhz (although I've seen mine hit max without the fix), and the screen brightness would not go past 63%.

The weird part is that after I applied the fix, even if I underclocked and lowered brightness to even 50%, my battery was still a good 20-30% worse than before. And since I put the original thermal file back in place, I'm back to where I was, which is great! lol

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18th February 2013, 06:26 AM   |  #620  
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I removed the thermal fix that brought the CPU back up to 1512mhz and allows the screen to go to 100%. Before the fix, the CPU would max out at 1128mhz (although I've seen mine hit max without the fix), and the screen brightness would not go past 63%.

The weird part is that after I applied the fix, even if I underclocked and lowered brightness to even 50%, my battery was still a good 20-30% worse than before. And since I put the original thermal file back in place, I'm back to where I was, which is great! lol

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Could you upload the original thermal file? I'd like to test it out, and see if it improves my battery life as well.

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