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[ROM] [AOSP] LIQUIDSMOOTH JellyBean [4.1.2] RC 9 [d2tmo] 27th November

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31st October 2012, 08:48 AM |#2  
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Have a bug to report?

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Quick Tips:

◘ Make sure you do a Full Wipe and then flash the ROM.

DO NOT restore data via Titanium Backup. More often than not it will cause stupid issues.

Lean Kernel, as verified by Woodrube (Thanks!) works rather well on this build

◘ If you have done all that, and still face issues please post a logcat. (Search on how to do that)

◘ For battery related issues, please post a relevant screenshot from an app like Better Battery Stats etc.


No logcat or no screenshot effectively means your issue doesn't exist


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Thanks mate, great work!
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I ran rc5 for a week and was very impressed.. downloading rc7 now.. hopefully its daily driver material

Edit.. any way to fix the home button not waking up the screen? Other than that its pretty flawless

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i was getting reboots every once in a while on rc5... any word on that? or were you guys aware? unfortunately i couldn't provide a log because i couldn't log in to xda. and obviously not running it anymore... just curious if you guys made note a few other people mentioned the same phenomenon.
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Yesss will flash once I get home!!

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I had huge battery issues on RC7. It dropped to 89% after only 15 minutes
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Thank you! Flashing it ASAP.
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Finally in the original thread! Nice!!

---------- Post added at 08:01 AM ---------- Previous post was at 08:00 AM ----------

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i was getting reboots every once in a while on rc5... any word on that? or were you guys aware? unfortunately i couldn't provide a log because i couldn't log in to xda. and obviously not running it anymore... just curious if you guys made note a few other people mentioned the same phenomenon.

Not sure why you had that issue, unless you're using a kernel....but in RC7 there's no random reboots....

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I had huge battery issues on RC7. It dropped to 89% after only 15 minutes

Battery last forever for me bro....It might be the kernel you're running, or something in regards to a rogue app or something
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I have been running this for a few days now and I wasn't sure how they could improve on RC5 but they did.

I have no excessive battery drain, however I did update Google Search and got the Google Now add-on with it. Since doing that, I have noticed more drain than usual. I don't use it, so I can uninstall with no regrets.

Other than that, I am running Lean Kernel 1.6 with it instead of KT's kernel and it runs just fine if you want another option.
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