Originally Posted by rav4kar
We can add even XWKL1 base to bug list; in idle state, XWKL1 base drains 10%/ hour on my work wifi with AOS topping >67% with lots of wlan_rx wake locks.
Well, to confirm it's the base - please perform the diagnostics (skip right to Shark captures) in the known battery drainers thread.
I saw BT-AMP happen once on XWKL1, but it was when I was janking around with some experimental settings in the wifi driver and never again.
I'm 90% certain I ran the arpdrain test against KL1 and it was immune. Will try again later this week.
Originally Posted by shinji257
I believe it was 2/18b (confirm definitely 2/18b) since the kernel was actually dated 2/18. It was charging via PC USB rather than the standalone adapter. I had skipped 2/15c coming from build 1/30/12.
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Hmm, if charging via PC USB, and it happens again, try to ADB in and pull /proc/last_kmsg
On other topics:
I'm going to revert that ashmem patch. I have no idea why red5 is having performance issues with it, but since it's clear that things go badly when switching between 18B and 26 that there is a delta, I'm going to go with it.
For the patches in 18A and B - I need more info because too many people skipped A.
I'll be uploading shortly.
It also contains a bunch of small recovery fixes INCLUDING swapping internal/external SD to be consistent with Android standards (and with CWM labeling)
Touch recovery is not planned at this time - It is too prone to user error.
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A few opinions on kernel development "good practices"
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