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[KERNEL][4.3/4.4][AOSP] BMS d2spr 3.4.y [2014-08-03]

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25th February 2013, 02:18 AM   |  #71  
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Re: [KERNEL][JB42][AOSP] BMS d2spr [2013-02-20]
Great kernel! Runs extremely smooth with great battery



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25th February 2013, 02:31 AM   |  #72  
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Great kernel! Runs extremely smooth with great battery



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Those are some mighty fine numbers.
27th February 2013, 11:53 PM   |  #73  
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This kernel kicks the shiz out of the the "other" for our d2spr.. Getting some sick Quads(not that anybody cares) I'll post some screenies when I get off work. Awesome battery life and awesome performance. Can't wait for the next update!!
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28th February 2013, 03:19 PM   |  #74  
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Re: [KERNEL][JB42][AOSP] BMS d2spr [2013-02-20]
Question: on this kernel as soon as start using WiFi or 3g it begins to drain battery 1% every one minute. Anyway I can tweak that much of a leak out?

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Re: [KERNEL][JB42][AOSP] BMS d2spr [2013-02-20]
Just installed this bad boy. I am excited to give it a couple days and see how it goes.

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1st March 2013, 09:37 AM   |  #76  
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Re: [KERNEL][JB42][AOSP] BMS d2spr [2013-02-20]
3/1/2013 cm10.1 nightly... 1836 ondemand and row. Pretty damn beast!

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1st March 2013, 01:30 PM   |  #77  
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Question: on this kernel as soon as start using WiFi or 3g it begins to drain battery 1% every one minute. Anyway I can tweak that much of a leak out?

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Same

So on cm10.1 4.2.1 simplistic stable 2.21.2013. Kernel is from 19th
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Same

So on cm10.1 4.2.1 simplistic stable 2.21.2013. Kernel is from 19th
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Same? What?

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1st March 2013, 02:12 PM   |  #79  
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Re: [KERNEL][JB42][AOSP] BMS d2spr [2013-02-20]
What is everyone's ideal minfree management values?

This is the best kernel in have used on SGS3.

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Anyone else seeing a large drain with Google Service framework? It's taking like 63%, usually screen on is the highest.

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