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Init.d support for gpe V510 Devices and others.

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12th March 2014, 12:36 AM   |  #11  
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It was too soon for me to say as an hour later I updated my daily rom........... :P
I checked back an hour ago and realised I had wiped the changes out of the init.d folder..........
Soo cheeky ask here, do you know how to make your two files into a zip file?
Guys like me on nightly roms could flash it straight after flashing the rom.
It's late now but I'll play with the tablet tomorrow and see how the tweaks go
Thank you in advance,

All the best rich

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12th March 2014, 12:55 AM   |  #12  
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It was too soon for me to say as an hour later I updated my daily rom........... :P
I checked back an hour ago and realised I had wiped the changes out of the init.d folder..........
Soo cheeky ask here, do you know how to make your two files into a zip file?
Guys like me on nightly roms could flash it straight after flashing the rom.
It's late now but I'll play with the tablet tomorrow and see how the tweaks go
Thank you in advance,

All the best rich

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They are both in zip files already, but not together. You could do that on your own computer though! Unzip both files into a directory and
Code:
zip -r9 name_of_zip.zip *
Where "name of zip" is your name for the zip. All files in the directory get added, so make sure you sandbox them first!
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12th March 2014, 11:52 AM   |  #13  
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Thanks, I'm actually not particularly technical due to old age

I added your tweaks last night and I've also started using greenify (started using night before) now I'm obviously on a learning curve here but here's a pic of my battery overnight.
I'm quite pleased with the sleep.

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12th March 2014, 06:52 PM   |  #14  
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Originally Posted by whoamigriffiths

Thanks, I'm actually not particularly technical due to old age

I added your tweaks last night and I've also started using greenify (started using night before) now I'm obviously on a learning curve here but here's a pic of my battery overnight.
I'm quite pleased with the sleep.

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It gets even better... So far I have 4:15 screen on time with 54% battery left And the device feels faster. It is just getting optimized as far as I am concerned. I can easily drop the freq some more with no issues.
45 myself. hard to believe we started out without microwaves and I was still using a typewriter in high school.
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It gets even better... So far I have 4:15 screen on time with 54% battery left And the device feels faster. It is just getting optimized as far as I am concerned. I can easily drop the freq some more with no issues.
45 myself. hard to believe we started out without microwaves and I was still using a typewriter in high school.

How could I apply these scripts to Bob's kernel?
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How could I apply these scripts to Bob's kernel?

Any device with init.d support built into the kernel should work. Follow the directions on the second post of my kernel thread for details.
12th March 2014, 08:13 PM   |  #17  
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45 myself. hard to believe we started out without microwaves and I was still using a typewriter in high school.[/QUOTE]
+1 here on typewriter in high school, it gets handy now


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Thanks, I'm actually not particularly technical due to old age

I added your tweaks last night and I've also started using greenify (started using night before) now I'm obviously on a learning curve here but here's a pic of my battery overnight.
I'm quite pleased with the sleep.

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My battery life is also really good. Had it on all night and have WiFi set to Keep WiFi on during sleep: Only when charging. It stayed at 76% all night

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