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Spaceminer

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But, I don't want any more battery drain...
It's really not that bad on the battery. Keeping cellular data always on, will use very little power if you're connect to wifi. I still get a day and a half without charging with light use, or an entire day under heavy use. I never have to charge it while I'm awake. (Note; I never use GPS/location services.)
 

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What are your SOT hours?
I'm guessing that's short for "screen on time"? Mine is sitting at 12hrs 55min currently and I've got 40% charge still. I usually set the screen time out to 2 min. This has saved a tremendous amount of juice for me. Cell standby is definitely a battery kill, I can't deny that, it does go about twice as far if you're on wifi all day though. Cell standby is using 66% of my battery and has ran a total of 6hrs in that 12hr time period. I have a thought, rather than setting data as always on, you might want to try enabling the "aggressive wifi to cellular handover" setting only. It might keep you from losing LTE on switching. I'll try it myself in the mean time.
 

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I'm guessing that's short for "screen on time"? Mine is sitting at 12hrs 55min currently and I've got 40% charge still. I usually set the screen time out to 2 min. This has saved a tremendous amount of juice for me. Cell standby is definitely a battery kill, I can't deny that, it does go about twice as far if you're on wifi all day though. Cell standby is using 66% of my battery and has ran a total of 6hrs in that 12hr time period. I have a thought, rather than setting data as always on, you might want to try enabling the "aggressive wifi to cellular handover" setting only. It might keep you from losing LTE on switching. I'll try it myself in the mean time.
Very good, I only have 4:30h... Do Google Play Services drain battery for you?
 

Spaceminer

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Very good, I only have 4:30h... Do Google Play Services drain battery for you?
Yes, horrible drain. I'm sure it's Google's fault, not the devs. Ever notice how the stock gapps are larger than the rom itself? I've recently stopped installing them when I flash any ROM. It saves a lot of battery and storage space. I just go to apk mirror or fdroid to grab the apps I need, which are very few. Busy box, file manager, Chrome etc. It seems like the larger they get, the worse they operate. Pretty sad when Pico is 100mb compressed... It's completely unnecessary in my opinion.
 

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Yes, horrible drain. I'm sure it's Google's fault, not the devs. Ever notice how the stock gapps are larger than the rom itself? I've recently stopped installing them when I flash any ROM. It saves a lot of battery and storage space. I just go to apk mirror or fdroid to grab the apps I need, which are very few. Busy box, file manager, Chrome etc. It seems like the larger they get, the worse they operate. Pretty sad when Pico is 100mb compressed... It's completely unnecessary in my opinion.

I have the problem that I love Google apps so I need Google Play Services, but they are very poorly optimised...

For example, I use Google Now, so it won't work if I don't install gapps...
 

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I have the problem that I love Google apps so I need Google Play Services, but they are very poorly optimised...

For example, I use Google Now, so it won't work if I don't install gapps...
Sot is greatly affected by the use someone makes. Someone that only makes and receives calls with some very very minor tasks will surely get more sot than you. You should not compare them.
 

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is it possible to sync Google calender only with the calender installed, not the whole Google package? i would like to use my phone without Google play and so.
 

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@Alberto97 Does it support VOLTE? If no, any tricks?
Search a freaking thread or read at least a couple of latest pages and don't ask stupid questions! All info is already here, you just need to fight your laziness, open your goddamn eyes and read. Do you really think no one asked about that before? Stop spamming the thread with the same question, help yourself, try to find information by yourself, no one is ought to answer the same stupid question a thousand times. We are not paid tech support guys, that's YOU who is interested in getting needed info, so do some research before posting.

I guess, some people need a quick tutorial about how forums work:
1) You search over the Internet.
2) You search in dedicated threads on forum.
3) Still no info? Well, now you are free to ask your question.

Is it so complicated? If yes, than you better stick with a stock ROM and don't annoy other people.

Sent from my Moto G 2015 using XDA Labs
 
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    The Android Open Source Project
    Code:
    /*
     * Your warranty is now void.
     *
     * I am not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards,
     * thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please
     * do some research if you have any concerns about features included in this ROM
     * before flashing it! YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if
     * you point the finger at me for messing up your device, I will laugh at you.
     */

    I don't know how frequently I'll update this, it depends on the free time I have.
    DUAL SIM DEVICES ARE NOT SUPPORTED FOR NOW due to some proprietary things which I don't know how to handle properly now and I don't know if I will add the support in the future.
    Yes, a decent browser is missing, I'll add back the M one in the future.
    From now I'll probably focus more on CM than this.

    Tips
    • Go to SystemUI Tuner -> Other -> Show restart in global actions menu to enable "Reboot" button in the power menu (this is a port of Sony's attempt to add the Reboot button to AOSP)
    • Night mode and navigation bar customizations are shown by default

    Working
    • Boots
    • RIL (Calls, SMS, Data)
    • Wifi
    • Bluetooth
    • Camera
    • Video Playback

    Not Working/Bugs
    • Camcorder (tip: it works on Google Camera after setting video quality to 720p)
    • HDR (tip: it works on Moto Camera)
    • Permissive SELinux

    Installation
    Requires Unlocked Bootloader & a custom recovery

    1. Place ROM & Gapps in your virtual SD
    2. Reboot in Bootloader Mode
    3. Go to "Recovery" (Vol +/Vol -) and confirm (power)
    4. Wipe Data/Factory Reset
    5. Install the ROM zip
    6. DO NOT REBOOT
    7. Install the Gapps zip
    8. Reboot

    Downloads
    AndroidFileHost

    Sources
    Kernel
    Patches:
    osprey
    msm8916-common

    XDA:DevDB Information
    The Android Open Source Project 7, ROM for the Moto G 2015

    Contributors
    Alberto97
    Source Code: http://github.com/F-AOSP

    ROM OS Version: 7.x Nougat

    Version Information
    Status: Alpha

    Created 2016-09-07
    Last Updated 2016-09-20
    44
    Reserved

    Changelog
    07/09/2016
    • Initial Release
    27
    I know you guys like this project a lot (downloads confirm this) but the problem is that I don't have time enough for keeping it up to date. Also the incoming VoLTE support for our roms would add even more work to do on this.
    I'm closing the thread then, not sure if I'll revive this project in the future. I hope so.
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    @Alberto97 Does it support VOLTE? If no, any tricks?
    Search a freaking thread or read at least a couple of latest pages and don't ask stupid questions! All info is already here, you just need to fight your laziness, open your goddamn eyes and read. Do you really think no one asked about that before? Stop spamming the thread with the same question, help yourself, try to find information by yourself, no one is ought to answer the same stupid question a thousand times. We are not paid tech support guys, that's YOU who is interested in getting needed info, so do some research before posting.

    I guess, some people need a quick tutorial about how forums work:
    1) You search over the Internet.
    2) You search in dedicated threads on forum.
    3) Still no info? Well, now you are free to ask your question.

    Is it so complicated? If yes, than you better stick with a stock ROM and don't annoy other people.

    Sent from my Moto G 2015 using XDA Labs