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14th December 2011, 10:05 AM |#1121  
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Yes,
and Remove everithing tha can cause bat drain. i so unhappy with battery ....is not related with the ROM is the device.
Not asking 24 hours but 14 - 16 hours using the features of the gnexus , email , web, facebook....not talking about games.

I had a SG2 , and i didnt learn the lesson and bought a gnexus gsm
Battery capacity is not enough.

Charged overnight , no phone calls , or any other activity 40 minutes lots 5 %

Im in stock , after 3 days of ARHD 1.3.2 , back to ARHD AGAIN.

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I'd read you any day of the week hot stuff *clicks tongue*


Off-topic: I flashed 1.3.2, using the kernel it came with, and im losing 4-5% battery per hour on idle with wi-fi on and 3g/4g off :x Switched from Franco's Beast of a kernel thinking this would bring my old-awesome battery back... pero..nada.. No me gusta (I will now go cry my eyes out and fart something vicious, an otherwise impossible combination)

1.3.2 kernel is very battery unfriendly, 1.3.3 will have stock kernel which seems to be the most stable so far
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14th December 2011, 10:08 AM |#1122  
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1.3.2 kernel is very battery unfriendly, 1.3.3 will have stock kernel which seems to be the most stable so far

Can. Not. Wait!
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14th December 2011, 10:08 AM |#1123  
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Phonesky.apk? So strange, it was always Vending.apk

I will also remove Google Earth because it's easy to download from the Market and not everyone using it anyway. Everyone agree?

i agree. i would also remove fb, twitter and maxthon, same thing applies to them too, easily downloadable from market. fb could be installed though if there's a modified one with sync and stuff . but it's your call. a couple of extra apps that can be uninstalled don't hurt or bloat the rom anyway.
14th December 2011, 10:11 AM |#1124  
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i agree. i would also remove fb, twitter and maxthon, same thing applies to them too, easily downloadable from market. fb could be installed though if there's a modified one with sync and stuff . but it's your call. a couple of extra apps that can be uninstalled don't hurt or bloat the rom anyway.

Maxthon was added by me because we work together (you can see customized welcome screen in maxthon browser which you wont see in the version from the Market).

I will consider removing twitter or facebook, but they are:

1) Both on data partition, so easily removable with any files manager like App Control
2) I believe much more usable then Google Earth, I guess lot of people using Facebook
14th December 2011, 10:12 AM |#1125  
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Can. Not. Wait!
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14th December 2011, 10:27 AM |#1126  
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What is market .apk name? Can you check?

How can you find this? :)
14th December 2011, 10:30 AM |#1127  
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How can you find this? :)

I already know, but thanks anyway!
14th December 2011, 10:36 AM |#1128  
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I already know, but thanks anyway!

Great, but can you explain this a little? So I can learn a bit more ;)
Allready have installed Terminal Emulator so can use command line as well ;)
14th December 2011, 10:38 AM |#1129  
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Great, but can you explain this a little? So I can learn a bit more ;)
Allready have installed Terminal Emulator so can use command line as well ;)

Well, you can just open Titanium Backup and find what .apk have Market icon and this will be probably Android Market .apk and you can confirm it by launching it. Not much philosophy, also no need for terminal emulator
14th December 2011, 10:41 AM |#1130  
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1.3.2 kernel is very battery unfriendly, 1.3.3 will have stock kernel which seems to be the most stable so far

What do you think about Franco's kernel?
Can that be more battery friendly w/ UV, and w/o OC?

Now I'm on MCR pre-Ir6 w/ Franco's 13-test kernel, but it drains 4-5%/hour while asleep... With MCR 5 & stock kernel it was 1%. Dunno if it's because of the new ROM, or the kernel.
I'm planning to switch to ARHD when 1.3.3 is out.
14th December 2011, 10:44 AM |#1131  
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What do you think about Franco's kernel?
Can that be more battery friendly w/ UV, and w/o OC?

Now I'm on MCR pre-Ir6 w/ Franco's 13-test kernel, but it drains 4-5%/hour while asleep... With MCR 5 & stock kernel it was 1%. Dunno if it's because of the new ROM, or the kernel.
I'm planning to switch to ARHD when 1.3.3 is out.

I think we need couple of weeks to get really stable and good kernels. No doubt that kernels devs are doing amazing job already, but still not so many people testing and not much feedback.
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