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  Reply # 440276 16-Feb-2011 14:40 Send private message

nofam:

Hard to say unequivocally old chap -  when I upgrade a ROM I tend to go the whole hog and do the kernel and modem too. . . .so while the drain with JPY was probably higher for the reason mentioned above, I'd say the battery life is actually better now, so the loss has been offset by gains in the kernel and ROM itself. To be fair though, I always switch 3G off when I'm not using the phone, and wifi reconnects in about 2 seconds from lock.

Phone off charge yesterday morning, and it's currently showing 77% - not bad for 30-odd hours!! Cool 


Bloody amazing, I'd say. Wow!

Whatever combination you're curently using, it's legendary. Samsung should bottle it. :D

Mine's sitting at 75% after 13 hours which isn't too shabby considering 3G has been enabled for 100% of that time.

Cheers,
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  Reply # 440277 16-Feb-2011 14:42 Send private message

You should flash the Speedmod kernel, it has CWM built in.




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  Reply # 440282 16-Feb-2011 14:56 Send private message

lokhor: You should flash the Speedmod kernel, it has CWM built in.


I'm guessing that I'll need to factory wipe and remove OCLF prior to flashing it with Odin?

Or is the flash sufficient. (I know enough now to make sure my battery is charged 100% - :D )

Thx for your help dude.

Cheers,
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  Reply # 440295 16-Feb-2011 15:22 Send private message

Neets: Andrew, the trader from TradeMe has confirmed there was a rush on the "Best Skins".  He was intrigued enough to search out and find our thread.

Anyway, mine arrived this morning.  I've watched a couple of YouTube video's Andrew provided links for.  I think Brendan is right, it's going to a bit of patience.  This'll be a test for me ;-)


I ordered one too. also bought a sealed box i9000t on TM for 850 



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  Reply # 440296 16-Feb-2011 15:23 Send private message

Remove OCLF, don't worry about factory wiping. Wiping Dalvik Cache might be a good idea though. Check the Speedmod thread on XDA, I haven't flashed a kernel using Odin in ages.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=822756





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  Reply # 440303 16-Feb-2011 15:30 Send private message

lokhor: Remove OCLF, don't worry about factory wiping. Wiping Dalvik Cache might be a good idea though. Check the Speedmod thread on XDA, I haven't flashed a kernel using Odin in ages.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=822756



Got a CWM update off the net and replaced my old update.zip with it, loaded the cwm from ROM Mangler and applied the JPA wifi driver. Will test it before attempting to flash the SpeedMod ROM - prolly do that in the weekend as I'm tight for time (not surprising considering how much time I've spent on the web today). Embarassed

Thanks for your sage wisdom.

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  Reply # 440304 16-Feb-2011 15:32 Send private message

nofam: Phone off charge yesterday morning, and it's currently showing 77% - not bad for 30-odd hours!! Cool 


Nice. My incredible battery life from a few days back is not so incredible anymore. All of a sudden I'm getting 20% battery drop overnight. No idea why. Haven't flashed anything new or anything. Very very strange. 




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  Reply # 440306 16-Feb-2011 15:37 Send private message

KiwiT:
Neets: Andrew, the trader from TradeMe has confirmed there was a rush on the "Best Skins".  He was intrigued enough to search out and find our thread.

Anyway, mine arrived this morning.  I've watched a couple of YouTube video's Andrew provided links for.  I think Brendan is right, it's going to a bit of patience.  This'll be a test for me ;-)


I ordered one too. also bought a sealed box i9000t on TM for 850 


was that the auction that was posted here few days ago , hopes its not that one cause it just looked dodge or maybe it was just me , good luck ....




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  Reply # 440307 16-Feb-2011 15:40 Send private message

For the guys that are getting battery drain have you checked your wifi firmware? The latest doc's releases have been using the JPY firmware.

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  Reply # 440308 16-Feb-2011 15:44 Send private message

wazz: For the guys that are getting battery drain have you checked your wifi firmware? The latest doc's releases have been using the JPY firmware.

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  Reply # 440311 16-Feb-2011 15:59 Send private message

ArtooDetoo:
lokhor: Remove OCLF, don't worry about factory wiping. Wiping Dalvik Cache might be a good idea though. Check the Speedmod thread on XDA, I haven't flashed a kernel using Odin in ages.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=822756



Got a CWM update off the net and replaced my old update.zip with it, loaded the cwm from ROM Mangler and applied the JPA wifi driver. Will test it before attempting to flash the SpeedMod ROM - prolly do that in the weekend as I'm tight for time (not surprising considering how much time I've spent on the web today). Embarassed

Thanks for your sage wisdom.

Cheers,
R2D2


Don't forget to put back the other update.zip file.  If you ever find yourself up the creek without a padle having that update.zip file will prove to be extremely valuable :)




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  Reply # 440313 16-Feb-2011 16:01 Send private message

defragger:
nofam: Phone off charge yesterday morning, and it's currently showing 77% - not bad for 30-odd hours!! Cool 


Nice. My incredible battery life from a few days back is not so incredible anymore. All of a sudden I'm getting 20% battery drop overnight. No idea why. Haven't flashed anything new or anything. Very very strange. 


I followed along like a good little solider and turned Wifi off overnight.  I had 1% battery drain Monday/Tuesday but about 8% battery drain Tuesday/Wednesday, still with Wifi turned off.

Can't explain the hit and miss results when I hadn't done anything new, perhaps had some updated apps but no new apps.




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  Reply # 440314 16-Feb-2011 16:03 Send private message

ArtooDetoo:
wazz: For the guys that are getting battery drain have you checked your wifi firmware? The latest doc's releases have been using the JPY firmware.

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Well now, with your pruned up vanilla rom, that def. doesn't apply to you now :)  The latest Doc Roms are JS5.  But JS5 with the fixed wifi.




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  Reply # 440317 16-Feb-2011 16:11 Send private message

Neets:
ArtooDetoo:
wazz: For the guys that are getting battery drain have you checked your wifi firmware? The latest doc's releases have been using the JPY firmware.

?


Well now, with your pruned up vanilla rom, that def. doesn't apply to you now :)  The latest Doc Roms are JS5.  But JS5 with the fixed wifi.


I've got Doc's 9.6 I believe and it had JPY firmware. If you wanna check turn wifi off and back on, then type:

adb shell
dmesg | grep Firmware

It will either have June 4 or November 16 date, June 4 is the 'fixed' version.

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  Reply # 440318 16-Feb-2011 16:12 Send private message

Neets:

Don't forget to put back the other update.zip file.  If you ever find yourself up the creek without a padle having that update.zip file will prove to be extremely valuable :)


If you have time to explain that, I'd be grateful. I figured the previous update.zip was a version of cwm but obviously not. I still have it (just changed the extension to 'old' from 'zip') and the update.zip is still on the sd card although I don't know if it's needed there after the cwm recovery has been flashed.

Any info will be entirely welcome.

Ta Neets,
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