Originally Posted by goldsmitht
Ok,searched, didn't find it in this forum, or an answer in any others:
i know if i dial *#0011# on TW roms, i can turn off the wifi power saver mode. but this doesn't work on AOSP roms. ANY suggestion here would be greatly appreciated.
My wife has the RAZR MAXX and sitting side by side, she can get wifi signals that i cannot even see, let alone connect to. so any help would be greatly appreciated, as i am tired of her saying hers is better than mine.
ok, its a guy thing. but should be a way on AOSP rom's as well.
Settings > Wi-Fi > press menu key and select Advanced. Options are in there.
Sent from my SCH-I535 using xda premium
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Originally Posted by bcurtiswx
How is the battery life coming in cm 10.1 and JB 4.2.2 ?
Rom is essentially stable at this point. Quirks include some audio quality issues with bluetooth, and in call earpiece volume is low.
If you can live with that, it's wonderful.
Battery life should be good to great, depending on your usage model of course. I charge every night, but that should be the expectation with devices for the foreseeable future. I never feel like my phone is going to give out on me as the day goes on.
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Originally Posted by chasbel2112
I'm running into some issues with Apollo. I still have the 1.1 release from its brief availability in the Play Store. I've also formatted a 64gb SDXC to FAT32 for my purposes of music but since updating to 10.1 M2, the SD card is occasionally recognized as "bad" or I have to do a series of reboots, mounts, and unmounts until the music list starts to repopulate (or I open up the Google Play Music app page, hold the phone up to the computer, and threaten to replace Apollo if it doesn't start working right).
IIRC, 64GB is Not officially supported by CM. Something to do with software licensing issues with exFat? Can't remember exactly, but some unofficial builds claim to have 64GB support.