Hi All - new here, but have been experimenting with the various kernels for a little while. I started following FK, but after his more recent releases, I started to experience problems with lock ups and static sounds. I gave up and just after I restored back to stock 4.0.4, I recalled people mentioning 'minimalistic..' and thought: That's what I need! Just a straight forward approach to improving GN performance. If anything, it would make it easier to troubleshoot, especially with the talent on this thread. I also like how organized IMO keeps things around here
So far, I've been getting great stability and performance using the latest 2.4 exp1 untrimed. I use 230-1520 and as long as I don't fuss with the UV, things are looking solid. As I mentioned before, I started to have problems with FK and among those issues was the ability to reconnect to LTE (or any mobile data network services). I can't replicate it, but I can consistently restore it by either 1) rebooting or 2) toggle between 3G then select 4G. Maybe it was Juice Defender, but I uninstalled that awhile ago, and I seem to be losing the mobile data again now.. even on the stable versions of the lean kernels. Here's the sequence of events that closely resembles what I'm doing:
1. wifi on / mobile data off
2. turn wifi off / mobile data on to confirm. (4G ok)
3. return to step 1
4. after time goes by - turn screen on and try enabling mobile data. Neither 4G or 3G has connection and I must 'toggle' in the mobile network setup to enable it again.
I hope this makes sense. I'm thinking of trying juice defender again, but what to learn what's happening with the mobile data radios first. Could this be related to a kernel thing?
Thanks for your assistance!