One question about the newly gained ability to completely shut off the N7 on external power loss. Now that this is actually possible, isn't it a little annoying to have to wait for the device to boot up, every time you want to use it? What is the big disadvantage in having the device rest in deep sleep mode - and be able to turn it on in no time, when you need it? I'm probably missing something.
Similar to kookie monster, I think boot-on power would be nice because my N7 drains up to 10% per day while sleeping even with Wifi and Bluetooth off (a Tasker profile is supposed to shut them off when the screen turns off, and another profile turns the screen off shortly after power is removed).
And a slight off-topic: for those using USB DACs, can you not change the volume with the N7? I recall that one of JackNorris's mods is for volume control while using a DAC, but I've always had volume control through the N7 with a DAC attached... running Timur's kernels (4.1.2 and 4.2.1) and Team EOS nightlies (EOS 3 for 4.1.2 and EOS 4 for 4.2.1). No changes other than those.
Another thing, possibly geared more towards Timur:
Lately I've been requesting Forced Fast Charge to be added to the kernel since I'm stuck at USB charging speeds while charging + OTG hosting. On the 4.1.2 version of the kernel my N7 indicated charging at AC speed while charging + OTG.
One user came up with kernel patches for various devices that would allow Forced Fast Charging to be enabled whenever a particular script is run. I'd like this because I could set up Tasker to run the script at boot, or turn it off if need be.
That user didn't do this for the Nexus 7, but he did it for other devices. See these links:
So I guess this is my way of politely asking again
Edited by MetalMan, 10 January 2013 - 11:22 AM.