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14th August 2016, 08:59 PM |#351  
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Just posted this on another forum. It's a removable tablet face on my factory stock headunit. Maybe useful for somebody, maybe not.

http://www.chevymalibuforum.com/foru...-7-2013-a.html


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28th September 2016, 05:00 PM |#352  
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Timur is a jerk, bottom line. I paid for his Lollipop Kernel less than three months before he came out with the Marshmallow kernel. He wanted me to PAY AGAIN to get the kernel for M. There is no freaking way. The LP kernel was pretty good but I had some issues with the tablet freezing 40% of the time when it was supposed to go to sleep.

With that said, I switched to Elemental X last night. Using the latest nightly of CM13, and the newest Elemental X verion (5.17 I believe). USB OTG works while charging so that is good. Couple questions though. How can I get it to deep sleep on power loss and wake when charging? How can I get the USB OTG devices to be recognized when power is re-applied to the tablet? In addition is there a way to setup a wake/sleep boot image like in timurs kernel? I really liked that feature.

I have searched and searched and found a few proposed solutions but wanted to see what the general consensus is for a setup similar to mine.

Ha, same with me. Timur wants to charge me again. I defended him on here years ago and I feel like a fool. He removes the old kernal from his site and the funny thing is when ever I wanted to upgrade, I'd have to bug him to put me back on the build list.

Im not interested in using his software anymore.
2nd November 2016, 05:07 PM |#353  
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Anyone else recently done a car install?
2nd November 2016, 06:20 PM |#354  
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Anyone else recently done a car install?

I have done this one on my Kia Rio: https://goo.gl/photos/Y4h7zXiQmn6hCFj49
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22nd November 2016, 08:32 PM |#355  
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just did a car install with elementalx as my kernel, everything works well, shuts off when the car power is turned off, but the tablet itself will not stay in Deep Sleep all the time... so it will use 2-4 percent battery per hour (or more) and die too quickly to be plausible.

is there a specific Rom/kernel profile combo that anyone uses which gives great battery life?
22nd November 2016, 08:51 PM |#356  
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just did a car install with elementalx as my kernel, everything works well, shuts off when the car power is turned off, but the tablet itself will not stay in Deep Sleep all the time... so it will use 2-4 percent battery per hour (or more) and die too quickly to be plausible.

is there a specific Rom/kernel profile combo that anyone uses which gives great battery life?

I've had surprisingly good results with Cyanogenmod, but I also use Tasker to turn off location, turn on battery saver, and I'm very careful what apps I've got installed, I've also got Amplify to reign in some of the more unruly apps and services, but I'm not sure how effective it is.

I usually get 0-6% battery drain over 24 hours, depending on how things behave... There does seem to be a random element to it.
22nd November 2016, 09:29 PM |#357  
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I've had surprisingly good results with Cyanogenmod, but I also use Tasker to turn off location, turn on battery saver, and I'm very careful what apps I've got installed, I've also got Amplify to reign in some of the more unruly apps and services, but I'm not sure how effective it is.

I usually get 0-6% battery drain over 24 hours, depending on how things behave... There does seem to be a random element to it.

yeah, i've noticed the battery drain can be random depending on what apps i've run.

I have tasker shut basically EVERYTHING off when the screen is off for more than 30 seconds, i will randomly get "Alarm" wakelocks that keep the phone awake, not entirely sure what they are or how to stop them, Google Play Services also makes a lot of trouble
23rd November 2016, 04:17 AM |#358  
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yeah, i've noticed the battery drain can be random depending on what apps i've run.

I have tasker shut basically EVERYTHING off when the screen is off for more than 30 seconds, i will randomly get "Alarm" wakelocks that keep the phone awake, not entirely sure what they are or how to stop them, Google Play Services also makes a lot of trouble

I do exactly the same with tasker, shut down EVERYTHING which includes "greenify all apps" and also activate airplane mode.

Only time I've had excessive drain was Google play services wakelock, as you mentioned. Happens once every few months. Never had any "alarm" wakelocks.

I typically lose 1-2% overnight (10-12 hours idle).

ROM: Cleanrom 6.1? I think, lol. Kit Kat.
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25th November 2016, 11:09 AM |#359  
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just did a car install with elementalx as my kernel, everything works well, shuts off when the car power is turned off, but the tablet itself will not stay in Deep Sleep all the time... so it will use 2-4 percent battery per hour (or more) and die too quickly to be plausible.

is there a specific Rom/kernel profile combo that anyone uses which gives great battery life?

Have you tried turning off sync if you dont need it ?
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