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[xKERNEL|ICS&JB|27/11] xKernel v9.587-D | another version that not released

5th April 2012, 10:20 AM   |  #461  
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damn .. rpcrouter service is in toplist wakers! i dont used wifi at all today.. my phone sleep well but this damn service ..... still make me gggrrrrr

rpcrotuer_smd_xprt 19478 0 454 0 5091919071 2391265890 34851075 3.02779E+13
DATA5 125 125 10 0 1.80204E+11 24411187994 16463439934 2.85683E+13
5th April 2012, 10:21 AM   |  #462  
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Hey Sirkay, i use your 1x6 and it works perfect, no root issue again (after clean rom installation honestly but never mind) Btw, did you change the MTP mode to MSC one? Nice mod it is What did you change?
EDIT: Hmm never noticed that inside Xperia inside Settings menu there's still setting about it :/ Thought it was gone..

About rpcrouter, how about after forgetting your AP? Is it still waking it up?
EDIT: Ou never mind, you said it is deep sleep, only contributes on less than ideal battery life is it
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5th April 2012, 10:49 AM   |  #463  
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Originally Posted by hansip87

Hey Sirkay, i use your 1x6 and it works perfect, no root issue again (after clean rom installation honestly but never mind) Btw, did you change the MTP mode to MSC one? Nice mod it is What did you change?
EDIT: Hmm never noticed that inside Xperia inside Settings menu there's still setting about it :/ Thought it was gone..

About rpcrouter, how about after forgetting your AP? Is it still waking it up?
EDIT: Ou never mind, you said it is deep sleep, only contributes on less than ideal battery life is it

yes, change it to MSC. you can view at /default.prop

i restarted phone yesterday and didnt touch at all wifi button .. my phone sleep well today. still have 84% after 11hrs (include voice calls 36m, screen 43m, android OS keep awake 1h 24m, 3g data 30min)

if not bcos of rpcrouter am very happy w/ ray battery consumption. now am join you guys and whining about this damn service
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5th April 2012, 01:40 PM   |  #464  
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I have to say i'm impressed with your kernel. maybe a placebo, but the flinging of home drawer is definitely feels fast, even though I underclock to 800. And I see the fps reaching 72fps there. Congrats for this fine kernel.

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5th April 2012, 02:34 PM   |  #465  
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Originally Posted by hansip87

I have to say i'm impressed with your kernel. maybe a placebo, but the flinging of home drawer is definitely feels fast, even though I underclock to 800. And I see the fps reaching 72fps there. Congrats for this fine kernel.

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what tool are you using for testing fps?
5th April 2012, 03:01 PM   |  #466  
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what tool are you using for testing fps?

using fps.apk. dont remember in which thread i attached the apps. try look in mods/tweak for ics thread

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5th April 2012, 03:02 PM   |  #467  
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using fps.apk. dont remember in which thread i attached the apps. try look in mods/tweak for ics thread

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thanks.
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thanks.

correction. in adreno video driver thread by arcatarc. pages #2

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Originally Posted by hansip87

I have to say i'm impressed with your kernel. maybe a placebo, but the flinging of home drawer is definitely feels fast, even though I underclock to 800. And I see the fps reaching 72fps there. Congrats for this fine kernel.


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dont give compliment to much, afraid i'll forget to find fix for rpcrouter haha. got 2-3 things need to implement in next version

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I cant mount anything over USB in the recovery...
Is that a bug or is it my problem?

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