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By Notorious544d, Senior Member on 18th December 2011, 05:02 PM
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6th February 2012, 02:54 PM |#3031  
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ring tone
I'm using ringtone maker to create ringtones from my stored music files. This works great for me, and I know who's calling before I even look (set several personalized ring tones for a few callers).

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I have this issue too, no solution so far, except put a very very long ringtone

 
 
6th February 2012, 03:01 PM |#3032  
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This is my setup, I have all of the add ons installed and the battery life is excellent.
wifi on, data off.

Whoa. I had the same setup, with only a few addons, and my battery life was never close to that. With light usage, the most I could get was a day. I'll keep tweaking and see what I can do I also just got the new faux024 kernel last night, we'll see how it performs.
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Try removing SetCPU sleep profiles.

I don't use setcpu but I do use system tuner pro but I do not have any sleep policy set up it is set for no change besides it happens while the phone is awake.
6th February 2012, 04:15 PM |#3034  
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I've started looking into Weekly #7, and there are barely any changes. This means that I may make an update .zip instead of a full new update - which is good news for you lot I guess
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I've started looking into Weekly #7, and there are barely any changes. This means that I may make an update .zip instead of a full new update - which is good news for you lot I guess

Sure, that's great!
What about the issue with Faux 024 and USB automount?
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Sure, that's great!
What about the issue with Faux 024 and USB automount?

I may stick with 023 kernel until the issue is fixed.
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I may stick with 023 kernel until the issue is fixed.

but the same issue is in the 023 kernel from my understanding. With the issue there in both, it makes just as much sense to update to the latest.

Not that it really matters since users can flash whichever they please regardless.

But I think the ONLY kernel that has the USB automounting is the one included with Weekly 7
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I have an unrelated question. I'm currently using V2.2 and I installed the TTS & Lang. add-on (when it was still one zip) which I noticed had a "SystemUI.apk" in it. I was thinking about flashing the "right-side clock" add-on but realized that had a "SystemUI.apk" file as well. Would that effect the TTS & Lang. add-on I had already flashed?

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I don't know why, but after install the neutrino v2.2 my phone do not boot and still at boot screen with ( M ) Dual Core .... I did all wipe and after flash the rom. I was using CM7 before.

Anybody know what's happen!?

Thanks!
6th February 2012, 04:49 PM |#3040  
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Pull battery and reboot

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I don't know why, but after install the neutrino v2.2 my phone do not boot and still at boot screen with ( M ) Dual Core .... I did all wipe and after flash the rom. I was using CM7 before.

Anybody know what's happen!?

Thanks!

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