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19th June 2012, 09:08 PM |#5181  
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New version 1.2.5
- rebased to 3.0.17 (thanks to trailblazerz11 and eugene373 for their github)
- compiled with Linaro 4.7.1 toolchain (thanks to trailblazerz11 for his help)
- O3 optimization flag
- upstream sync (fixes for cdma in-call volume and mic gain included, thanks to pawitp, efpophis)
- WiFi PM_MAX when suspended
- fixed 800MHz underclocking
- changed boot splash screen

Normal versions (for CM9 or ROMs without hugemem configuration)
1.2.5
- 373.5MB - 385.7MB

For Slim ROM or patched ROMs with hugemem configuration
1.2.5s
- 386.5MB - 398.7MB
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19th June 2012, 09:20 PM |#5182  
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Originally Posted by stratosk

New version 1.2.5
- rebased to 3.0.17 (thanks to trailblazerz11 and eugene373 for their github)
- compiled with Linaro 4.7.1 toolchain (thanks to trailblazerz11 for his help)
- O3 optimization flag
- upstream sync (fixes for cdma in-call volume and mic gain included, thanks to pawitp, efpophis)
- WiFi PM_MAX when suspended
- fixed 800MHz underclocking
- changed boot splash screen

Normal versions (for CM9 or ROMs without hugemem configuration)
1.2.5
- 373.5MB - 385.7MB

For Slim ROM or patched ROMs with hugemem configuration
1.2.5s
- 386.5MB - 398.7MB

Thank you again Stratosk, awesome changelog. No words left to praise you more. May be I arrange a bouquet for you and the lady behind gentleman this time. Cheers

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19th June 2012, 09:28 PM |#5183  
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Great changelog, stratosk! I'll try it soon!

Nevertheless I got another question regarding deep idle, sorry... Is it possible to drill down battery consumption via DIDLE when the phone is not used and 3G is activated? I'm asking this cuz today I used a lot of WiFi and noticed a very large TOP=OFF time after the day, even though I didn't listen to music. Also my battery lasted longer. Is it possible to do the same with 3G?
Sorry for asking another question, but I'd like to know how it works

Best Regards!
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19th June 2012, 09:30 PM |#5184  
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OK, you deserve it - @Stratosk THANK YOU for :
- your way of supporting our old devices ;) with your unique Kernel
- thanks for implementing all the time new stuff (eg. Linaro (retro ;) ), O3 opt. etc.)
- and last but not least - your way of discussing here with us on the XDA (you are gentlemen)

Donation : 0HX84667RK8137818.

Now is time to install 1.2.5s ;)
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19th June 2012, 09:33 PM |#5185  
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Wifi PM MAX? What is that?

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19th June 2012, 09:40 PM |#5186  
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Thank you again Stratosk, awesome changelog. No words left to praise you more. May be I arrange a bouquet for you and the lady behind gentleman this time. Cheers

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Thank you very much. Also, no words for your kind comments.

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Great changelog, stratosk! I'll try it soon!

Nevertheless I got another question regarding deep idle, sorry... Is it possible to drill down battery consumption via DIDLE when the phone is not used and 3G is activated? I'm asking this cuz today I used a lot of WiFi and noticed a very large TOP=OFF time after the day, even though I didn't listen to music. Also my battery lasted longer. Is it possible to do the same with 3G?
Sorry for asking another question, but I'd like to know how it works

Best Regards!

Thank you.
Deep idle TOP=OFF is enabled after the kernel checks various domains of CPU. It it finds them "unused" it enabled deep idle. It would be possible but I don't have an answer for this.
I will check this and let you know if I'll find anything.

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OK, you deserve it - @Stratosk THANK YOU for :
- your way of supporting our old devices ;) with your unique Kernel
- thanks for implementing all the time new stuff (eg. Linaro (retro ;) ), O3 opt. etc.)
- and last but not least - your way of discussing here with us on the XDA (you are gentlemen)

Donation : 0HX84667RK8137818.

Now is time to install 1.2.5s ;)

Really, thank you so much for your donation and your movement to do it before you try the new version. I really appreciate this. Big big many thanks.
Honestly, if you don't like the new version let me know and I will refund.
Thanks again.



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Wifi PM MAX? What is that?

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It supposed to put the WiFi in less power consumption state when the kernel suspended.
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19th June 2012, 09:41 PM |#5187  
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Can I have your babies as well as Kravinds?

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19th June 2012, 09:49 PM |#5188  
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Can I have your babies as well as Kravinds?

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This is a golden opportunity to move out from Greece to England or Canada!!! (Crisis sucks!)
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This is a golden opportunity to move out from Greece to England or Canada!!! (Crisis sucks!)

Lmfao.....top man

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19th June 2012, 10:01 PM |#5190  
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Loving 1.2.5
Benching very well & noticeably faster than anything else I've tried.
Perfect fit with CM9 nightly
And the new boot splash is gorgeous.
You spoil us Stratosk!

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Originally Posted by stratosk

New version 1.2.5
- rebased to 3.0.17 (thanks to trailblazerz11 and eugene373 for their github)
- compiled with Linaro 4.7.1 toolchain (thanks to trailblazerz11 for his help)
- O3 optimization flag
- upstream sync (fixes for cdma in-call volume and mic gain included, thanks to pawitp, efpophis)
- WiFi PM_MAX when suspended
- fixed 800MHz underclocking
- changed boot splash screen

Normal versions (for CM9 or ROMs without hugemem configuration)
1.2.5
- 373.5MB - 385.7MB

For Slim ROM or patched ROMs with hugemem configuration
1.2.5s
- 386.5MB - 398.7MB

Powered by semaphore, i like that
thanks stratosk again.
As shaarky said thanks for:
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- your way of supporting our old devices ;) with your unique Kernel
- thanks for implementing all the time new stuff (eg. Linaro (retro ;) ), O3 opt. etc.)
- and last but not least - your way of discussing here with us on the XDA (you are gentlemen)

My number is diferent 0BX9295309940235Y

I feel an improvement in battery life with version 1.2.4s
I imagine that with this version the battery lasts a week at least

Thanks, Thanks, Thanks !

jmcdpereira
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