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I think the battery life is not so gut than in previous roms (FNC, PAC from 12/21)
Any Ideas why?


Hey Gbosh , thanks for your work and this rom is great , but realy it is battery killer , can you somehow fix this ?

If i use phone setings about every minute i lost 2% of battery , it is realy too much.

Again thanks for your amazing work.

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titij, I would recommend getting a couple of apps, which will really help you control battery usage:

Titanium Backup : This will let you disable/freeze/remove some apps which you will never use, Google Talk is a good candidate for this cos it's bad for waking up your phone and not a lot of people use it.

Better Battery Stats : This app will show you exactly which apps or processes are keeping your phone awake so you can disable/control them with Titanium Backup

Also, make sure you also turn off GPS when you're not using or don't need it because it eats up a lot of battery life. Making sure you disable WiFi when the phone is asleep is another good tip.

Live wallpapers are not a good idea, even better is just removing wallpaper altogether and having a black background as this uses a lot less power.

Hope those help.

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Pretty much what Psychokilla said minus the black wallpaper, as thet only affecrs power usage on AMOLED screens, that we don't have.
Also, maybe you can find something you don't know yet here http://www.modaco.co...y/#entry2107454

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titij, I would recommend getting a couple of apps, which will really help you control battery usage:

Titanium Backup : This will let you disable/freeze/remove some apps which you will never use, Google Talk is a good candidate for this cos it's bad for waking up your phone and not a lot of people use it.

Better Battery Stats : This app will show you exactly which apps or processes are keeping your phone awake so you can disable/control them with Titanium Backup

Also, make sure you also turn off GPS when you're not using or don't need it because it eats up a lot of battery life. Making sure you disable WiFi when the phone is asleep is another good tip.

Live wallpapers are not a good idea, even better is just removing wallpaper altogether and having a black background as this uses a lot less power.

Hope those help.


Ok thanks , but i realy dont use wifi also i dont use gps , i just installed this rom for first time , i keep brightnes close to minimum , i have custom pic for background but i just go through settings to set up the phone and i see every minute my battery drop for 2%. So mabe watching my battery is not needed cuz its sleeping good just eating battery like hell if i use it. I noticed in running apps that phone uses over 300mb of ram , i tried to stop app's in cache but no efect.

Also can i somehow change that when i go to contacts from dialer they show up some other way ?

Thanks guys.

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titij, I would recommend getting a couple of apps, which will really help you control battery usage:

Titanium Backup : This will let you disable/freeze/remove some apps which you will never use, Google Talk is a good candidate for this cos it's bad for waking up your phone and not a lot of people use it.

Better Battery Stats : This app will show you exactly which apps or processes are keeping your phone awake so you can disable/control them with Titanium Backup

Also, make sure you also turn off GPS when you're not using or don't need it because it eats up a lot of battery life. Making sure you disable WiFi when the phone is asleep is another good tip.

Live wallpapers are not a good idea, even better is just removing wallpaper altogether and having a black background as this uses a lot less power.

Hope those help.


Thanks PsYcHoKiLLa, I already tried this,but the effect for better battery life doesnt appear :-(
Google talk takes battery life, but simply when doing nothing, the battery life drops very fast like titty said.The App Battery Calibration doenst help, too.

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any chance of an update including halo?

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When I flashed this rom with the INT2EXT script, is it supposed to not be able to mount my sdcard?

I have a fat partition on my SD card that is no longer mounting :(

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Did you re-partition your sd card first? If not that's probably why, you need to re-partition it in CWM first, then start flashing your rom and zips.

I used 2GB for the data and 0 for the swap (which should force swapping to be done on the phone itself). If you didn't partition the card then there's no partitions for the int2ext script to use.

Remember you'll lose whatever is on the sdcard when you partition it so back it up first.

Edited by PsYcHoKiLLa, 15 June 2013 - 10:06 AM.

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Did you re-partition your sd card first? If not that's probably why, you need to re-partition it in CWM first, then start flashing your rom and zips.

I used 2GB for the data and 0 for the swap (which should force swapping to be done on the phone itself). If you didn't partition the card then there's no partitions for the int2ext script to use.

Remember you'll lose whatever is on the sdcard when you partition it so back it up first.


The SD-EXT works perfectly, I now have 5GB of space for apps and stuff.

It's the 2GB standard fat partition that isn't mounting

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This happened to me when I had little system storage space left. Make sure you're using a tpt of 220mb system and that you install slim gapps

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Another update for this ? Keep this build !

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