flashed 32.54 last night and tried today, it is impressive.
unplurg at 100% this morning @ 0730, did full sync, updated apps from market, synced exchanged numerous times, few calls last around 1-2min, browsed a few webs, read RSS, HSPA always on (it's my normal work day usage), right now it's 2115 and it still has 61% remaining.
before the same practice would give me something around 35-45% left.
with SetCPU turned to ondemand, off screen 245mhz, sampliing rate @ 80000, up threshold 95%, it causes around 1% per hour when idle screen off.
With WiFi Off, screen Off, 3G off, I get 0.5% per hour (very handy at night!)
Really excellent radio.
Samsung Galaxy SIII crDroid (most likely the latest version)
Kernel currently Perseus (most likely latest version also). But maybe Siyah (can't decide... )
Why do I need a ril can't I just flash the radio like I normally do I have no problems like that
Any answer please
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You don't need a corresponding RIL, but it might improve the behaviour of the "radio" .
It will not hurt your br**n if you do some research yourself, you had more than 24 hours for the bump..
Sent from the Dutch "mountains" with signal flags..
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