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[FIX] nVidia Tegra 3 Power Management version 0.2 [15.04.2012]

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14th April 2012, 11:22 AM   |  #1  
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Most likely HTC will fix this in upcoming RUU, but still some users might want to have it as fast as possible. Due to many problems about "how to fix that myself?" I made 2 cwm recovery flashable packages:

1. Stock NvCPLSvc.apk moved from system/bin to system/app
2. Re-signed NvCPLSvc.apk moved from system/bin to system/app

If you have problems with version nr 1 - flash version nr 2.

Download:

nVidia_T3_Fix_v.0.2_re-signed.zip

Changelog:

0.1 - initial release
0.2 - removed the shared uid from AndroidManifest (Thanks to theintelligent for great idea!)
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Is this the mod that you have integrated in Android Revolution HD 1.2.2 ?
14th April 2012, 11:26 AM   |  #3  
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Is this the mod that you have integrated in Android Revolution HD 1.2.2 ?

Yes.

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Yes.

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So with 1.22 we don't need this again right

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14th April 2012, 11:32 AM   |  #5  
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So with 1.22 we don't need this again right

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Only if for some reason that service is not running in the background for you.
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Thanks for putting this out there for the people that didn't know/want to do it manually.

I've already manually done this and my question: is there any proof whatsoever besides "user experiences" (placebo is strong) that it actually improves battery life?

Don't get me wrong, not discrediting anything you've done, appreciate it all. Just want to see objective results rather than it may improve battery life.

Thanks for all your work again.
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of the two leading your rom mike?, thanks

Enviado desde mi HTC One X usando Tapatalk
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is it possible to install it on an unrooted device ?
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Originally Posted by mike1986.

Only if for some reason that service is not running in the background for you.

Hate to be this guy, Mike, but for some reason it still won't work...

I've tried both packages, twice (I just flashed them through CWM 5.8.2.7, didn't wipe /cache or Dalvik, I assume this is done by the script), rebooted, checked both /data/dalvik-cache (system@app@NvCPLSvc.apk@classes.dex isn't there) and "Running Applications", and couldn't find it working. I tried rebooting again, but no dice.

I'm lost! Any other ideas?
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is it possible to install it on an unrooted device ?

Yes, but you need at least cwm recovery.

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