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24th April 2012, 09:45 PM |#16181  
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What do you mean loosing the right time? I wouldn't consider overclock case.

The clock of defy goes back of several seconds a day! It's too slow
 
 
24th April 2012, 10:06 PM |#16182  
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The clock of defy goes back of several seconds a day! It's too slow

If we are at the same page here, It has nothing to do with CPU speed.
Sometimes my clock freezes with no reason at all, I tried to figure it out what causes It but I couldn't find it. the work around is to set the clock to 12h stand and back to 24h or vice-versa

oh.. i'm running maniac's 2803 build
24th April 2012, 11:43 PM |#16183  
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I don't know is it about the rom or app, but when I use cloudskipper music app it doesn't show in statusbar.
Also when I try to use eq from app it says that eq isn't available or is used by other application...

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25th April 2012, 12:06 PM |#16184  
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You will be able to continue to do it.
A better solution though is to send me a PM with baseband + SBF version string, so I can integrate it

My changes are just to get rid of the closed source baseband switcher app and its ugly UI, I intend to keep the actual storage place compatible.

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Works perfectly... thanks so much for the inclusion of the South Africa baseband. I really like the new "Baseband selection" format, by the way.

I guess this change will eventually find its way to CM9?

Really looking forward to a maniac103 CM9 build
25th April 2012, 12:07 PM |#16185  
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Running the latest maniac build from two hours ago, it has the new system font (maybe it has been there for a while?) and seems every bit as smooth and responsive as the Euroskank build.

Only been using it for ten minutes but so far it is awesome.

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25th April 2012, 01:37 PM |#16186  
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I use font changer apk and Ubuntu font. It has some charm Never noticed any issue.

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25th April 2012, 01:55 PM |#16187  
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Works perfectly... thanks so much for the inclusion of the South Africa baseband. I really like the new "Baseband selection" format, by the way.

I guess this change will eventually find its way to CM9?

Yes, but first it will make its way into the official CM7 builds.

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Running the latest maniac build from two hours ago, it has the new system font (maybe it has been there for a while?)

It doesn't
I just added the system fonts to the backup list so they're preserved on update. You just get a new font with my builds if you selected it yourself before
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25th April 2012, 08:30 PM |#16188  
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It doesn't
I just added the system fonts to the backup list so they're preserved on update. You just get a new font with my builds if you selected it yourself before

Does it make sense that I have the new font since I installed your build on top of Euroskank?

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25th April 2012, 09:37 PM |#16189  
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Does it make sense that I have the new font since I installed your build on top of Euroskank?

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If Euroskank ships a non-default font: Yes, it does.

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28th April 2012, 09:27 AM |#16190  
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I'm on latest maniac's build and all I can say is that this one rocks.
I have a question concerning wifi status...
Is there a way to instruct wifi to wakes up when app (for example mail app) wants to connect (to check mail) and then again to go to sleep?!

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I found solution. It's Task Bomb app. Now only to see how it affects on battery life.
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28th April 2012, 09:09 PM |#16191  
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Been using 7.1 defy build for 4 months with minimum issues. In last few days my battery is dying in 7 hours with barely any use. Noticed the Dialer is draining the battery where "keep awake" is constantly on and killing the battery. GPS, Bluetooth, off and only WIfi is on.

Can someone please help me correct this issue? Thinking about installing 7.2 hoping it might fix this issue. Thanks

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