KenBW2

CM7 Music Skipping when Screen Turning Off

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Whenever I turn the screen off there's a small jump in the music playback. It's only for about a tenth of a second, but it's enough to be really irritating as it takes you out of the 'flow'. I saw this on my Pulse too when I installed CM6 on it, so I'll hereby conclude that it must be a CM thing.

Has anyone else seen this? And if so anyone know a fix?

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Probably the underclocking that occurs, try upping the lower cpu speed setting in cm settings

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Whenever I turn the screen off there's a small jump in the music playback. It's only for about a tenth of a second, but it's enough to be really irritating as it takes you out of the 'flow'. I saw this on my Pulse too when I installed CM6 on it, so I'll hereby conclude that it must be a CM thing.

Has anyone else seen this? And if so anyone know a fix?

Could it be the new power/screen off/on animations causing this? have you tried disabling the power/screen off one?

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Could it be the new power/screen off/on animations causing this? have you tried disabling the power/screen off one?

That power off animation is the greatest feature that's ever been added to the blade, I'm happy to live with some audio skipping if it is the cause :D

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That power off animation is the greatest feature that's ever been added to the blade, I'm happy to live with some audio skipping if it is the cause :D

It is pretty sweet, although the first time I saw it I thought that my screen backlight had blown!

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