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[DISCONTINUED][KERNEL][GPL][13 JUN - r6] franco.Kernel 3.0.15

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14th February 2012, 11:19 AM   |  #451  
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24 hours without use?

Battery drain is horrible for me on rrv22 with and without scripts. If i used the phone it never went below 100 mA when screen is of.

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No, when using it normaly:
- Couple of calls, checking facebook, checking twitter, checking E-mail.
- Data on, wifi off, gps off.
- I did freeze some samsung apps and services.

Left the phone on over night, on airplane mode. Only lost 1% when I woke it up in the morging.
Two hours ago ran 6 quadrant benchmarks (45xx). 3 on conservative(53xx) and 3 on ondemand. (nice scores btw)
Now it stil has 64% battery.

Running RR22 + fanco 3.1.
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14th February 2012, 11:26 AM   |  #452  
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I had the same bug twice this morning with my Rocket 3.1 and V22:
screen-shuts down: I receive an SMS and a hard to get out the screensaver
I had installed the 3.1 after script cleaning, so I reinstalled my backup and then reinstalled 3.1 without the same worries but wipe.
I had not noticed what worries yesterday with V2
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14th February 2012, 11:27 AM   |  #453  
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Does this kernel support any method to adjust CPU and GPU clocks and voltages at all?

For instance, can I use commands from this page in a script to manually set the governor and CPU speeds? https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php...quency_Scaling

I am Android noob, coming from WM6.1 and Maemo, so forgive me if this is a stupid question. From my experience with my N900, undervolting and overclocking gave me the best performance / battery life balance, so I would expect the same to be true here.

In any electronic device, decreasing voltage decreases power consumption and heat generated since it decreases the current used in proportion. So a combination of quick deep sleep and undervolting should give the lowest current drain and therefore best battery life?
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14th February 2012, 11:38 AM   |  #454  
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Bought app Franco but had to manually download kernal waiting for update cheers fast and smooth onchracks rom

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14th February 2012, 11:45 AM   |  #455  
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Originally Posted by jellevanb

No, when using it normaly:
- Couple of calls, checking facebook, checking twitter, checking E-mail.
- Data on, wifi off, gps off.
- I did freeze some samsung apps and services.

Left the phone on over night, on airplane mode. Only lost 1% when I woke it up in the morging.
Two hours ago ran 6 quadrant benchmarks (45xx). 3 on conservative(53xx) and 3 on ondemand. (nice scores btw)
Now it stil has 64% battery.

Running RR22 + fanco 3.1.

Thx. i have the same kind of usage. Please let me know the services you have freezed..samsung Apps already freezed.

Sent from my GT-N7000 using Tapatalk
14th February 2012, 11:52 AM   |  #456  
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Thx. i have the same kind of usage. Please let me know the services you have freezed..samsung Apps already freezed.

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- E-mail
- E-mail
- AllShare
- App Mobile
- Kies air
- Kies via Wifi
- Kobo
- Market Updater
- Music Hub
- News and Weather
- Readers Hub
- S choice
- Samsung Apps
- Samsung Account
- SNS
- SNS-disclaimer
- SNSAccountFb
- SNSAccountLi
- SNSAccountTw
- SnsImageCache
- Social Hub
- Social Hub
- Software-Update
- Software-Update
- Wi-fi sharing
- Wi-fi sharing manager
- Yahoo! Finance
- wssuncmlnps
- Zinio
- Crayon Physics
- Speechcommand
- Accuweather

Also:
- Disable SamsungApps autoupdate (Settings->Applications->Samsung Apps
- Disable Autoupate in Market
- Disable auto-signin in Google Talk

Before flasing any kernel, flash the jBroid cleaning script.
14th February 2012, 11:55 AM   |  #457  
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Originally Posted by jellevanb

- E-mail
- E-mail
- AllShare
- App Mobile
- Kies air
- Kies via Wifi
- Kobo
- Market Updater
- Music Hub
- News and Weather
- Readers Hub
- S choice
- Samsung Apps
- Samsung Account
- SNS
- SNS-disclaimer
- SNSAccountFb
- SNSAccountLi
- SNSAccountTw
- SnsImageCache
- Social Hub
- Social Hub
- Software-Update
- Software-Update
- Wi-fi sharing
- Wi-fi sharing manager
- Yahoo! Finance
- wssuncmlnps
- Zinio
- Crayon Physics
- Speechcommand
- Accuweather

Also:
- Disable SamsungApps autoupdate (Settings->Applications->Samsung Apps
- Disable Autoupate in Market
- Disable auto-signin in Google Talk

Before flasing any kernel, flash the jBroid cleaning script.

heu .... why don't buy an Nokia 3210 ?
14th February 2012, 12:04 PM   |  #458  
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heu .... why don't buy an Nokia 3210 ?


Because I love Android, and the 5.3-inch screen. But hate the unneeded Samsung crap bloatware.
I waiting for a nice clean ICS version for the Note. without the S-crap.
14th February 2012, 12:17 PM   |  #459  
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@jellevanb : maybe the better for you will be to learn how to compile a pure GingerBread release for the Note, no crap, just Android ? (i also wanna do it, but no time, no motivation ^^)
14th February 2012, 12:22 PM   |  #460  
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Originally Posted by eagleofdeath13

@jellevanb : maybe the better for you will be to learn how to compile a pure GingerBread release for the Note, no crap, just Android ? (i also wanna do it, but no time, no motivation ^^)

I would sure like to learn, but i'm also in need of spare time.
Better to wait untill the official ICS Note version leaks, and Cyanogen has gotten hold of it

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