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5th April 2011, 08:16 PM |#1001  
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Originally Posted by bremkins

The one from settings doesn't show which specific application will 'eat' the battery. It's only divided in screen/calls/system tabs. But nothing else.

well the code is still present but the way that data is presented changed thats why spare parts fc's on that. good luck on cracking the code wit those numberz *#*#4636#*#*
 
 
5th April 2011, 09:01 PM |#1002  
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@$omator your work with the icons is excelent!!! Thank you
5th April 2011, 09:06 PM |#1003  
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@$omator your work with the icons is excelent!!! Thank you

i have to totally agree with you sir!
5th April 2011, 09:06 PM |#1004  
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I want to reflash the original JVK modem back onto my SGS to see if it will kick my GPS back into action (as it will not lock), but I'm uncertain which file. I'm guessing it's the file called PHONE_XXJVK is that right?

If it doesn't I might have to try others like JVE, so where are people getting their files from?

Apart from the GPS I'm extremely happy with this release.

Here are my two favourite modems:

http://db.tt/sMvERqL
http://db.tt/9XOeW8B

And this is the plumbob gps fix. Look it up in xda. This worked for me but please note it can't easily be undone if it doesn't work for you so only use if you make a complete backup in recovery first.

http://db.tt/ZpHSlo3

Stock XXJVK, Voodoo GB hack Kernel, JQ1 modem
5th April 2011, 10:06 PM |#1005  
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And this is the plumbob gps fix. Look it up in xda. This worked for me but please note it can't easily be undone if it doesn't work for you so only use if you make a complete backup in recovery first.

http://db.tt/ZpHSlo3

Stock XXJVK, Voodoo GB hack Kernel, JQ1 modem

Isn't that supposed to be used with CAPTIVATE only?
5th April 2011, 11:11 PM |#1006  
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Has anyone managed to get the Gingerbread keyboard working on JVK?

I have hunted high and low, and only found one apk that did not work! The Samsung one is terrible, and I have never been much of a fan of Swype.

What you mean?
Android Keyboard is there....you just have to enable it in settings/ Locale and text....

I just enabled it
5th April 2011, 11:18 PM |#1007  
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The new program manager is killing the alarm app every time I click "clean memory".. This morning it didn't ring...
5th April 2011, 11:21 PM |#1008  
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You mean gingerbread keyboard
5th April 2011, 11:48 PM |#1009  
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6th April 2011, 12:01 AM |#1010  
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Originally Posted by kennytung

How is the battery life with this modem and where did you download it? I tried flash jpg modem but it said not compatible with cwm 3.0 (i use chainfire 2.8 kernel)

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battery life is alright i guess, i need to cycle my battery tho.
and i got JQ1 from Darkys v10 RC3 rom.
6th April 2011, 12:48 AM |#1011  
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To those who want change their modem, but aren't allowed to install it through CWM Recovery:

Change your Kernel to another one (I used darky10kernel) flashing it with Odin (as PDA file). Remember the kernel must be .tar extension.

Then you can easily install any .zip file through CWM Recovery.

After that, you can flash your old kernel back.
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