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9th July 2016, 01:19 PM |#31  
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@noc.jfcbs do you think an agni control settings thread will help? It will help users who face problems with agni kernel because if their settings, as well as to provide users with multiple stable combination for battery, speed, etc.

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@noc.jfcbs do you think an agni control settings thread will help? It will help users who face problems with agni kernel because if their settings, as well as to provide users with multiple stable combination for battery, speed, etc.

I personally don't think so. My rationale: AGNi Control is easy to use. People need to know what all the governors and settings do, which AGNi provides. And for that, a lot of pretty good tutorials are already around; I think you know I like this one very much: http://forum.xda-developers.com/gene...ors-o-t3048957. All of us are using the device for different purposes and have different priorities i.e. different kernel settings. Each and one of us needs to find his best solution.
What I actually expect from everybody who decides to go "custom" in which way ever, is to read first and retrieve as much information as possible. Good intelligence is the baseline for clear, precise assessment followed by building possible courses of action and then the decision.
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I personally don't think so. My rationale: AGNi Control is easy to use. People need to know what all the governors and settings do, which AGNi provides. And for that, a lot of pretty good tutorials are already around; I think you know I like this one very much: http://forum.xda-developers.com/gene...rs-o-t3048957. All of us are using the device for different purposes and have different priorities i.e. different kernel settings. Each and one of us needs to find his best solution.
What I actually expect from everybody who decides to go "custom" in which way ever, is to read first and retrieve as much information as possible. Good intelligence is the baseline for clear, precise assessment followed by building possible courses of action and then the decision.

Well, my reason for the settings sharing thread is essentially this, except for lazy people. So they have a one-stop thread for settings for different scenarios, then modify little by little from there.

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9th July 2016, 08:18 PM |#34  
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Data problems with one company
Hey! i have this problem on my s3 i9305, i can only connect to edge when i use a chip from Claro(the company i use) but when i put other chip from a different company the 3g and 4g works, anyone know what can i do? (sorry for bad english)
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Hey! i have this problem on my s3 i9305, i can only connect to edge when i use a chip from Claro(the company i use) but when i put other chip from a different company the 3g and 4g works, anyone know what can i do? (sorry for bad english)

By "chip" you mean sim card? Normally rebooting should set up the APN for the other carrier, but you may need to go into settings -> mobile networks -> access point names, and choose or setup the APN from there. This should enable data properly.
11th July 2016, 07:56 AM |#36  
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Just like to share a very subjective observation, no benchmark etc. available after conversion of /cache and /data to F2FS.
  1. Personal feeling: Much faster booting times. Devices runs faster overall. As said, only a feeling.
  2. Charging times are longer, much longer; however and more important for me personally, battery consumption remained at the very good level I had prior to the conversion. I don't know how a different file system is able to influence charging times.
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11th July 2016, 08:51 AM |#37  
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Just like to share a very subjective observation, no benchmark etc. available after conversion of /cache and /data to F2FS.

  1. Personal feeling: Much faster booting times. Devices runs faster overall. As said, only a feeling.
  2. Charging times are longer, much longer; however and more important for me personally, battery consumption remained at the very good level I had prior to the conversion. I don't know how a different file system is able to influence charging times.

I didn't really notice much of a difference in F2FS, but diff. people have diff. usage scenarios, so thanks for sharing!
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14th July 2016, 03:36 AM |#38  
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WiFi Problem
t's kind of a weird problem i bought the phone used and it worked fine and installed a rom cyanogen 13 btw, after 3 days of using it the phone can only connect to 1 router and if i am 2 feet away from it the phone doesn't disconnect but the internet isn't working, and no it's not my router because other devices work are connected to it and they work fine, the Samsung Galaxy S3 even denies a open hotspot and says sometimes says authentication error and it doesn't even have a password!!

any fix for this ?




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t's kind of a weird problem i bought the phone used and it worked fine and installed a rom cyanogen 13 btw, after 3 days of using it the phone can only connect to 1 router and if i am 2 feet away from it the phone doesn't disconnect but the internet isn't working, and no it's not my router because other devices work are connected to it and they work fine, the Samsung Galaxy S3 even denies a open hotspot and says sometimes says authentication error and it doesn't even have a password!!

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Which kernel are you using? And did you try another ROM?
14th July 2016, 04:47 PM |#40  
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Which kernel are you using? And did you try another ROM?

I am using the boeffela kernel on cm13 and yes ,i tried a bunch of roms, even the stock one and no luck
I have wifi signal when i try to connect to it it says saved and secured and it cannot connect, if i get close to the router it connect and works fine but if i step like a 1 meter away the download speed go down do 0.02 kb and disconnects
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I am using the boeffela kernel on cm13 and yes ,i tried a bunch of roms, even the stock one and no luck
I have wifi signal when i try to connect to it it says saved and secured and it cannot connect, if i get close to the router it connect and works fine but if i step like a 1 meter away the download speed go down do 0.02 kb and disconnects

Could it be that the WiFi antenna in your device is broken or disconnected?
http://www.ifixit.com/Device/Samsung_Galaxy_S_III
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