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11th December 2011, 11:09 AM |#501  
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is the version in the op is latest? coz i tried 10 dec kernel and after 8 hours of use i have seen graphics glitches, i had to remove the battery coz i could not see anyting. im now back to mck kernel.
 
 
11th December 2011, 11:12 AM |#502  
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The OC version works fine except that the overall scrolling lags a lot....back to the standard franco kernel version which is smooth like butter.
11th December 2011, 11:44 AM |#503  
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Hi franco,
just wanted to let you know that on my GN with your last kernel 10122011 (no OC) I still have the graphical glitch. happened after the night, when coming back from the lock screen. pressed power a couple of times and it fixed itself..

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11th December 2011, 11:47 AM |#504  
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Sorry for the stuped question guys, but how do you delete the

/system/lib/egl/libGlES_android.so

file ? I get read-only error by adb and i don't know the /system partition to delete it from recovery

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11th December 2011, 11:47 AM |#505  
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delete it with root explorer
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11th December 2011, 11:48 AM |#506  
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Sorry for the stuped question guys, but how do you delete the

/system/lib/egl/libGlES_android.so

file ? I get read-only error by adb and i don't know the /system partition to delete it from recovery

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use root explorer to mount system as r/w partition, then delete the file.. or you could have a look at some posts back, there is instructions to do this manually as well..
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11th December 2011, 12:42 PM |#507  
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Hi there! Just wanted to report that I'm having graphical glitches with this kernel(coloured lines across the screen, screen goes on and off by itself), they go away after a battery pull,but only for a while. Other than that the kernel is awesome, keep up the good work ;)
11th December 2011, 12:52 PM |#508  
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Tested oc version for 40 mins and UV by 25 across all the cpu speeds. So far so good, no reboots or freezes and no graphical glitches for me. 1.4ghz still isn't as smooth as 1.2 but better than the last time I test on 4122011. Donation to follow when I'm paid.

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11th December 2011, 02:41 PM |#509  
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For some strange reason, my Nexus seems to prefer stock kernels - flashing custom kernels lead to a 4%/hr drop in battery compared to 1%/hr, even when nothing is syncing and the screen is off.

As in the screenshot attached, towards the end, I tested flashing the stock rom with stock kernel, then Franco's kernel, alternating between these two every hour or so. What I get is a series of steps in the graph, and from the battery readings standby drain is noticeably heavier.

Anyone having the same experience?

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11th December 2011, 03:12 PM |#510  
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For some strange reason, my Nexus seems to prefer stock kernels - flashing custom kernels lead to a 4%/hr drop in battery compared to 1%/hr, even when nothing is syncing and the screen is off.

As in the screenshot attached, towards the end, I tested flashing the stock rom with stock kernel, then Franco's kernel, alternating between these two every hour or so. What I get is a series of steps in the graph, and from the battery readings standby drain is noticeably heavier.

Anyone having the same experience?

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Hi, I use the 10/12 oc kernel. I have the same problem, when the phone is screen off without any syn or actives, the Android OS drain 21% battery in 5 hours. The average is 4% per hour. I remember that when I use a stock kernel, my phone only took 1% battery in a whole night with standby
11th December 2011, 03:28 PM |#511  
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Hi, I use the 10/12 oc kernel. I have the same problem, when the phone is screen off without any syn or actives, the Android OS drain 21% battery in 5 hours. The average is 4% per hour. I remember that when I use a stock kernel, my phone only took 1% battery in a whole night with standby

yeah my Android OS times are high as well with this kernel..
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