- 04-25-2011, 09:56 PM #2
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- 04-26-2011, 09:23 AM #5
...as for updates, I'm sure there will be more - I'm seeing "cell standby" and "phone idle" using way too much battery for a device that doesn't even have those features. I understand they need to built in to the kernal, but they can be realistically disabled and made to use less CPU/battery time.Sprint Galaxy S3 - rooted but still stock for now.
Nook Color running CM7
I certainly had no issues/problems with CM7.0.0 (stable) and I stay away from nightly builds and only go with "stable", hence trying out 7.0.2.
Fortunatly, I put the 7.0.2 on a sperarate sd card and easily reverted back to 7.0.0.
I may reformat the card and try again but due to 7.0.2 so quickly replacing 7.0.1, I am going to wait a bit more and see what surfaces.
If it wasn't for wanting to retain my in-store reading capability with the NC, I would just put CM7 on internal and be done with dual booting with NC 1.2.
Will be very interested to see how the autonootered 1.2 will compare to CM7.
Love those live wallpapaers but wish I could shut down any/all phone options.
- 04-26-2011, 05:44 PM #7
Just started having problems myself. WiFi will take forever just to load Google, and sit on a Dropbox download for about 45 seconds before shooting up to 100% downloaded. Had no problems with 7.0.0, but 7.0.2 looks like it needs some work.
EDIT: Just flashed my backup of 7.0.0. Now the WiFi doesn't work there, either...sad day
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- 04-27-2011, 08:24 AM #8
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Try changing your security setting on your router. WPA2-AEC has some problems with CM7. If you change it to WPA it will help a lot for the disconnect issue. let me know if it works.follow this link to get dropbox: (you get an extra
250MB if you used this link) http://db.tt/JLFBYLZ
- 04-27-2011, 08:22 PM #9
I have had the exact same problem with 7.0.0 and 7.0.2. I have tried each about a dozen times, tried nightlies and always the same. Wifi will connect, I'll start downloading something, and then it will disconnect at some point (may be a minute, may be 3 or 4). Turning wifi on and off brings it back to life but only momentarily. Have no issues with Nookie Froyo or stock. I want to use the ROM quite badly but I can no longer deal with the issue and I'm probably moving back to Froyo unless a true fix is found.
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- 04-27-2011, 09:53 PM #10
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- 04-29-2011, 01:09 AM #14
I just did a Titanium Backup of my apps then did a full wipe. Re-flashed 7.0.0 and I'm still having problems. I'm starting to think that it might be my crappy ISP here at my college...
EDIT: Got connected to another random WiFi on campus and downloaded Dalingrin's test kernel, 042411, to clock it to 1.3Ghz. Went back to the dorms and now WiFi is working again. Strange...
Last edited by kp4c; 04-29-2011 at 11:47 AM.