Using data kills battery read accuracy, actually. It works for me on my HTC Fuze. I went from 87% down to 59%. After pausing Pandora Radio, the battery level jumped up to 65%, then finally 86%. It's definitely a huge improvement over Viruscrazy's previous revision! Mass Storage fails to work on Linux. The oddities with using data causing random kernel panics seems to have stopped with this build(they started with viruscrazy's previous revision).
So moral of the story? AVOID DATA USE with this particular revision, and you will see an improvement. I'd like to note that the battery level seems to make decreasing increments of 3% every 1-2 minutes when data is in use. I look forward to the next revision. Thanks for releasing this, arghhh
. I'll post up my battery log after a whole day of using this phone.
EDIT: I neglected to mention that battery levels seem fairly accurate while charging, and it did properly detect USB versus AC. So that's definitely an improvement as before it always read AC, and finished charging after 2 seconds.
EDIT #2: USB Tethering works as expected! I'm running Ubuntu right now, so I'm not sure if it works on Windows.
Owner as of 6/26/2011
Phone: Google Nexus S I9020T
OS: Stock Android "ICS" 4.0.3.
Will be moving to Cyanogen as soon as they rebase on 4.x.
Phone: HTC Fuze (RAPH110)
OS: Google "XDAndroid" Android OS
I tend to do weekly updates with the kernel and rootfs.