[Kernel][jb43] [v8.3, 10/24/13] Leankernel: Minimalistic Kernel
Posted 04 March 2012 - 01:10 PM #5972
wheres 2.4.0 I want! Really wish we could get the 230 and 1.35 in the stable version Arent many who cant do that haha
230 is not stable for everyone so it is not included but 1350 is in the stable kernel.
I don't understand. I downloaded and flashed the 2.4 exp1. So I'm still on 2.3. Under about phone it list 2.4 exp1.
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If you flashed 2.4 you have 2.4. I think Arjuna was referring to the experimental download link in the OP -- it has 2.3 inside as well as 2.4, which has not been announced yet. I am sure imoseyon just uploaded it and hasn't posted the description yet. I am sure it would be OK, but there may be a reason he hasn't announced it yet, so while low, the potential for problems still exists if say he held off because he found a last minute bug or something.
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Posted 04 March 2012 - 01:30 PM #5975
You can check logcat to see that Google Location Services continue to poll in ICS, even if you have no location-aware widgets, have frozen maps and never signed into latitude.
Like everyone else here, I was experiencing 1.5-2.5% drain per hour in idle, even on a fresh install of ICS. Symptoms included an unreasonably high "Android OS" process, and nothing obvious--not even raw kernel wakelocks--in Better Battery Stats.
The minute I disabled GLS, however, I started getting a touch over two days of battery life even with up to 2 hours of screen time. Yes, two days. I don't use any other tricks: no juicedefender, no tasker, no 2G toggling, nothing.
I can't say doing this is for everyone. Maybe you like your weather widgets. Maybe you like rough location acquisition in maps without GPS. But I want two days of battery life, and I don't care about those kinds of widgets. If I want Google Maps to work, I let the SGN's sensationally good GPS do the work.
It may very well be in your case. But I assure you this doesn't happen to everyone. Last night I pulled off 1d2h with 3h51m of screen time and android os was only responsible for 11%. AND I have both aokp weather and beautiful widget pulling every hour.
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Posted 04 March 2012 - 02:56 PM #5977
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Posted 04 March 2012 - 03:35 PM #5978
I uploaded 2.4.0 this morning but haven't made any announcement yet. Trying to track down a couple of issues, and I'm out all day today. Change logs probably coming tomorrow morning if everything checks out. In the meantime feel free to play with it.
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Posted 04 March 2012 - 03:38 PM #5979
Well i'm not really sure where this battery life came from but i'm not complaining... I was an avid 1.10 exp2 user and just decided to give 2.3.0 exp2 a spin to see how it went and here are the results. I must say it was with light-ish use, no games, but other than that regular syncing of everything, no turning off data, I was on wifi most of the time and used the recommended checkv undervoltages.
what ROM are you on? my battery life is less than half of yours, granted i am on 4g instead of wifi
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