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Has anyone seen that build-bot ?

Surely he has something for us tonight !

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No problems here with N28 and ADW EX. What does Spare Parts say at "Partial wake"?

I'll get back to you tomorrow morning/midday with more reliable numbers. Right now after half an hour off charger, battery has 85% left. Partial wake says Android System, Google Services, Google Mail, Telephone. Whatever that means...

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I'll get back to you tomorrow morning/midday with more reliable numbers. Right now after half an hour off charger, battery has 85% left. Partial wake says Android System, Google Services, Google Mail, Telephone. Whatever that means...

After you select "Partial wake" in spare parts, you can click every event there and you will see what wakes your phone from the deep sleep and for how long. A few seconds-minutes in a few hours is normal as the mail, im, fb, news etc. update, but anything more than a few minutes is a misbehaving app who wakes the phone and drains batterry. One example is ebuddy, it keeps the phone wake all the time for you to receive messages, lazy devs did not implement the sleep notification system from the android SDK.

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Just saw this great change on CM code review:

Change I19aace30: Adds support for revoking permissions. However, seems we are not getting it until CM7.1

I saw there is a link to download the updated file under the "side-by-side" link, can I replace the files(using apps like root explorer) to get it working? :D

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Just saw this great change on CM code review:

Change I19aace30: Adds support for revoking permissions. However, seems we are not getting it until CM7.1

I saw there is a link to download the updated file under the "side-by-side" link, can I replace the files(using apps like root explorer) to get it working? :D

what's the benefit of revoking permissions anyway? To a completely dumb person like me, revoking sounds like a bad thing...

Edited by Victor von Zeppelin, 24 March 2011 - 11:52 PM.

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Oddly enough, Victor is my middle name, my actual name is Dan.

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what's the benefit of revoking permissions anyway? To a completely dumb person like me, revoking sounds like a bad thing...

I suppose for extra protection from those apps that use stuff, like Messages, without an explicit explanation? :D

Edited by mELIANTE, 24 March 2011 - 11:58 PM.

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ZTE Blade CM7 "Gen2ed" OLED.

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I suppose for extra protection from those apps that use stuff, like Messages, without an explicit explanation? :D


Oh I see, so when you have the permission dialogue when you download from the market, you can stop certain apps from say, reading your texts

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Oddly enough, Victor is my middle name, my actual name is Dan.

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Oh I see, so when you have the permission dialogue when you download from the market, you can stop certain apps from say, reading your texts

That's what I figured, but it's just a supposition.

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ZTE Blade CM7 "Gen2ed" OLED.

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need more info. like what build you are using and that sort of things.


Latest, N28 as thread title says to upgrade to that so we are all on the same playing field. I know a lot of people were getting the screen not waking issue dont think there was a definite conclusion. if there isnt a new nightly by the time i wake tomoz think i will revert back to N25 everything seemed good on that.

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Wow, a lot of changes and no N29? Something big brewing? RC3 on the horizon? Somebody in the know who knows what's going on?

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Just thought Id give a little update on my overheating issues. Im pretty sure Im getting false readings. This morning both System Info Widget and Android Assistant gave a temperature of 53c. The phone didnt even feel hot. I even popped the back off to feel the battery directly and it was fine, no more than about 25c at a guess. I think I'll ignore this data in future unless it actually feels warm

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no new nightly build ? eh...

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Desperately waiting for next nightlies its been quite a while since the last release

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The gralloc fixes that have been merged, are they to fix the PMEM issue causing the touchscreen freezes?

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RC3 can't be that far, ROM Manager has a new option for Google Apps and there is a Gapps pack that says 'March 7, 2011 for Android 2.3.3 (CM7 Nightly 11+, RC2-3 Stable), so maybe there's a big fix and RC3 coming in the next update with the lack of nightly 29, 30 and 31 :D

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RC3 can't be that far, ROM Manager has a new option for Google Apps and there is a Gapps pack that says 'March 7, 2011 for Android 2.3.3 (CM7 Nightly 11+, RC2-3 Stable), so maybe there's a big fix and RC3 coming in the next update with the lack of nightly 29, 30 and 31 :D


That gapps update was pre-rc2 - it's just rom manager didn't know about it for some reason.

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My Blade site - includes vanilla KANGS's of CM7. Also available: modified GB Gapps with various market versions, mini ICS Gapps for 160mb system partitions and Flash for ARMv6
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I'm aware the Gapps package itself is old, with it saying 7th March and all :D it just makes me wonder that it's only just appeared on ROM Manager as a seperated download and listed as RC2-3 Stable, yet we don't actually have either an official Stable build or an RC3 hmmmmm...... :D

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not to mention we haven't had a nightly since Sunday, so something big may be coming :D

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We just busy ourselves in the frivolity of javascript.
Which brings me to my next point. First post more usable for those with smaller screens, full fat version easily accessed though tabs :D

Very nice, but the trouble is that it doesn't show much for users without javascript - perhaps you could have a plain html version too for them using the <noscript> tag.

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After you select "Partial wake" in spare parts, you can click every event there and you will see what wakes your phone from the deep sleep and for how long. A few seconds-minutes in a few hours is normal as the mail, im, fb, news etc. update, but anything more than a few minutes is a misbehaving app who wakes the phone and drains batterry. One example is ebuddy, it keeps the phone wake all the time for you to receive messages, lazy devs did not implement the sleep notification system from the android SDK.

Ok, so simply I don't get what's going on with my phone. Battery has dropped down to 56% again this night. Despite the fact, that the phone is in deep sleep mode, because no reaction of any button but power a few seconds the screen goes dark. In the last 11 hours the battery lost about 30%. The main cause for partial wake seems to be Android system with 4m 52s, Google Services with 4m 14 and Telefon with 1m 42s. So, nothing really suspicious, if you ask me. I charge the phone again fully and start from scratch, I think. Or I revert back to SSr2 and wait for another Nightly, RC or stable and keep my hopes up.

Anyway, thanks for pointing this out.

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