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Battery Life FIX!

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joser1309 posted in the massive thread that he fixed his battery probs by updating his phone part to JF1

I did the same thing and am happy to report it worked!!

i now see android system using 97% of battery and phone standby using minimal 1-2%!!

I have i8000L and am on Bell (850/1900) so no need to worry about flashing your phone part!!

JF1 can be found here ---> http://www.modaco.com/content/i8000-omnia-...t-kingmobi-net/

Good luck!

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How many radio are running at the same time in Android ???

One "hardware" radio ( in flash ) + one "software" radio ( the JA1 in ext2.tar\sd ) ??? :(

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How many radio are running at the same time in Android ???

One "hardware" radio ( in flash ) + one "software" radio ( the JA1 in ext2.tar\sd ) ??? :(

dunno but the INSTANT i changed the bin my battery life while in standby went down. very straight forward..

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How many radio are running at the same time in Android ???

One "hardware" radio ( in flash ) + one "software" radio ( the JA1 in ext2.tar\sd ) ??? :(

As far as I know, software radio is not used.

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nah.. i am on JF1 and standby uses 32% batt according to the alert in android when batt is below 15%. but full batt lasts for 2 days with minimal usage.

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Well, this thing like those other things that go well for some people and not so well for others.

My phone ROM (or whatever you call it) has been JF1 since I flashed JH2 ROM (much earlier than android comming out), and sometimes my android setup will last lots of time, while other times it will eat the battery pretty fast.

Regards.

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Well, this thing like those other things that go well for some people and not so well for others.

My phone ROM (or whatever you call it) has been JF1 since I flashed JH2 ROM (much earlier than android comming out), and sometimes my android setup will last lots of time, while other times it will eat the battery pretty fast.

Regards.

I confirm, phone JF1 since upgraded to JH2 ROM.

Sometimes battery temperature growin' hot!

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I confirm, phone JF1 since upgraded to JH2 ROM.

Sometimes battery temperature growin' hot!

Yes, here same. Hight consuption charge probably radio part issue

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im using

PDA: JF5

CSC: EUJE1

PHONE: XXIL1

can run whole day with normal usage. Still not as great as winmo (can last like 4 days?) but can last a whole day.

no sod, sleeps fine (90% of the time)

2g only though

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im using

PDA: JF5

CSC: EUJE1

PHONE: XXIL1

can run whole day with normal usage. Still not as great as winmo (can last like 4 days?) but can last a whole day.

no sod, sleeps fine (90% of the time)

2g only though

Check out this post in the general thread: http://www.modaco.com/index.php?s=&sho...t&p=1631756

The phone part used by shoarmabakpao is XXIL2, and aerovolce's is XXIL1. The PDA and CSC used are different from aerovolce's: PDA: I8000NXXIL5

CSC: I8000XENJD9.

I wonder whether the XXIL phone part might be the key to solving our battery problems...I've been trying to deal with this battery problems ever since I started using the O2Droid (I only get 4-5 hours out of it).

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eboot shouldn't matter as its not running when android takes over.

phone part is still running

gps and/or cpu setting could possibly be carried over but not 100% positive

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