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15th January 2012, 06:55 PM |#1961  
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I prefer using semaphore 2.5.0 in next release. There are some features in galaxian kernel that i'm not a fan of, for example changing the charging limit to 100%.

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16th January 2012, 09:57 AM |#1962  
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would it be okay if I flash the semaphore 2.5.0 with F1 7.0?
16th January 2012, 11:51 AM |#1963  
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Noticed with this Rom when you use Battery Calibration app when it reaches 100% with the Charge Cable as soon as you go to unplug it it jumps to 98%

When do you think v8.0 will be ready for us
16th January 2012, 01:35 PM |#1964  
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Noticed with this Rom when you use Battery Calibration app when it reaches 100% with the Charge Cable as soon as you go to unplug it it jumps to 98%

When do you think v8.0 will be ready for us

Thats not a bug its a feature from semaphore to not fully charge to 100%.

Maybe this weeks end.
16th January 2012, 01:45 PM |#1965  
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Thats not a bug its a feature from semaphore to not fully charge to 100%.

Actually, Samsung did this and I find it very good for our batteries.
16th January 2012, 01:47 PM |#1966  
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Actually, Samsung did this and I find it very good for our batteries.

Yeah, me too!
16th January 2012, 03:04 PM |#1967  
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Actually, lithium-ion battery should not be over charged, if it is done then the small fibers inside battery starts to expand a lot and touches each other resulting short-circuit which will decrease battery performance. Nether the battery should be over discharged, it will reduce charge cycle numbers (shorten lifespan of battery) so, better quickly charge after 50% or more will make battery lifespan longer.
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16th January 2012, 03:46 PM |#1968  
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Thats not a bug its a feature from semaphore to not fully charge to 100%.


Thanks for the info, didnt know that
17th January 2012, 10:34 AM |#1969  
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Hi,

Is 5-icon-dock TouchWiz included? I noticed it in one of the change logs, but it is not listed on main feature menu.

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17th January 2012, 12:48 PM |#1970  
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Post Hi Faryab!
Hi Faryab,

Can you add the multiple toggle switches in your rom?
Also, how can we change the battery indicator?
17th January 2012, 02:40 PM |#1971  
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Hi Faryab,

Can you add the multiple toggle switches in your rom?
Also, how can we change the battery indicator?

If you mean the multiple toilet switches in the status bar then there is an extra zip file flashable in cwm for that

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