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  1. charn65's Avatar
    Is it standard for the Android os to be running at 26-32%?

    Or, might there be something I'm not setting correctly?

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    12-21-2011 05:36 PM
  2. crzycrkr's Avatar
    Is it standard for the Android os to be running at 26-32%?

    Or, might there be something I'm not setting correctly?

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    Considering its a percentage, it totally depends on your usage. If your battery life is acceptable, don't worry about it
    12-21-2011 06:09 PM
  3. crzycrkr's Avatar
    You are correct. The issue is the stock browser. Installed dolphin browser and the 4g downloads work fine.

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    One of the few cases where I'm lucky I don't have 4G I guess, because i love the stock browser.
    12-21-2011 06:10 PM
  4. charn65's Avatar
    Considering its a percentage, it totally depends on your usage. If your battery life is acceptable, don't worry about it
    But it is the highest percentage of what is using battery, so I'm a little concerned with the 8hours of life it got today

    Just curious, I'm hoping day 2 is better.


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    12-21-2011 06:20 PM
  5. crzycrkr's Avatar
    But it is the highest percentage of what is using battery, so I'm a little concerned with the 8hours of life it got today

    Just curious, I'm hoping day 2 is better.


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    If it was the highest and you only got 8 hours I would be concerned. 8 hours isn't bad if the screen is on a lot, but if that is the highest then I would think problem. How much screen time?
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    12-21-2011 06:39 PM
  6. charn65's Avatar
    If it was the highest and you only got 8 hours I would be concerned. 8 hours isn't bad if the screen is on a lot, but if that is the highest then I would think problem. How much screen time?
    Screen was a close second, running at 25% average. I just didn't think the os would be the biggest battery consumer, and hence my concern.

    Its my business phone also, so I do quite a bit of emails and calls, but again I didn't think the os should have been on top.

    Just making sure I didn't have something set incorrectly.


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    12-21-2011 06:50 PM
  7. crzycrkr's Avatar
    Screen was a close second, running at 25% average. I just didn't think the os would be the biggest battery consumer, and hence my concern.

    Its my business phone also, so I do quite a bit of emails and calls, but again I didn't think the os should have been on top.

    Just making sure I didn't have something set incorrectly.


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    If your screen was at 25% then I would say its about right except for the 8 hours. Unless you're using a lot with phone too. To put it in perspective, my OS is typically in the mid 20% range, but my screen is usually 40-50%. I make almost no calls. I get an easy 8 hours with +-4 hours screen time
    12-21-2011 07:14 PM
  8. charn65's Avatar
    If your screen was at 25% then I would say its about right except for the 8 hours. Unless you're using a lot with phone too. To put it in perspective, my OS is typically in the mid 20% range, but my screen is usually 40-50%. I make almost no calls. I get an easy 8 hours with +-4 hours screen time
    Yes, I manage 16 sales reps, so I use the phone quite a bit.

    Thanks for the info!


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    12-21-2011 07:24 PM
  9. Skunkape60's Avatar
    Has anyone had success running this rom with Matr1x 12.5? Matr1x was one my favorite kernels with gingerbread and I was really looking forward to running it with this rom. Sadly it won't get past the Google lock screen.

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    12-21-2011 09:54 PM
  10. crzycrkr's Avatar
    Has anyone had success running this rom with Matr1x 12.5? Matr1x was one my favorite kernels with gingerbread and I was really looking forward to running it with this rom. Sadly it won't get past the Google lock screen.

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    Are you using the right one? I'm using the ICS 12.5 with great success. 13 just came out.
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    12-21-2011 10:01 PM
  11. Skunkape60's Avatar
    Are you using the right one? I'm using the ICS 12.5 with great success. 13 just came out.
    I was trying 12.5. I will check out 13 now...

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    12-21-2011 10:06 PM
  12. Skunkape60's Avatar
    This rom with matr1x 13 is pushing 3020 on quadrant. Smoking. Almost beat my gingerbread best.

    Attachment 19379

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    12-21-2011 10:53 PM
  13. Brianbgrp's Avatar
    at what settings on matrix13? I'm testing out the new Sims/morfic teuv based kernel cause I wants my battery life..but I dled 13 just I'm case.


    Edit* tried out v13 since the new teuv was giving me a green screen before it slept itself. With 1460 OC+perf gov I got this:





    Not too shabby. Lol


    Edit2* I can't seem to get deep idle to kick in...only thing not workin...unless I'm being noob and it won't work with smartassv2


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    12-22-2011 07:10 AM
  14. charn65's Avatar
    Wow, matrix 13 made a huge difference. I'm keeping it.

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    12-22-2011 12:37 PM
  15. Brianbgrp's Avatar
    I'm back on glados 2.3. Was having a prob with deep idle on matrix. Tbh I'm getting pretty close quad numbers on both. Matrix hit that 3066. But its Max oc setting is 1460. And I hit 2050 or so with glad at 1400.

    Both ran really well tho. Very smooth with anything I tried.


    At a normal did setting with glados 2.3 at 105/1050(liveoc 5%) and didle on I still hit 2400 quadrants

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    12-22-2011 01:42 PM
  16. Paul627g's Avatar
    Gotcha beat....

    Pulled a 3303 on Matr1x v13 at 1460 Mhz... Running CM9

    Still nice numbers though... Not shabby at all...
    12-22-2011 02:07 PM
  17. Brianbgrp's Avatar
    Lol dems some crazy numbers.

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    12-22-2011 02:31 PM
  18. Skunkape60's Avatar
    Lol dems some crazy numbers.

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    Ask him what were his fastest numbers on gingerbread. Lol
    Those were fast!

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    12-22-2011 02:46 PM
  19. tyea's Avatar
    I just want to say I've been using version 36 as it has been released. Sometimes when browsing through my past web page history I get a force close. Also, a few applications I used in gingerbread do not seem to be working as well because they required a force close. Overall, I'm using this daily, and I'm not willing to even try anything else, unless there is much more stable version than 36. I have to admit, that my unwillingness is partially due to my novice status at flashing.
    I should elaborate that I use are practically all the google apps. I listen to podcasts a lot on a stereo bluetooth headset , and I connect in car mod with a car bluetooth system.

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    12-22-2011 04:18 PM
  20. crzycrkr's Avatar
    I just want to say I've been using version 36 as it has been released. Sometimes when browsing through my past web page history I get a force close. Also, a few applications I used in gingerbread do not seem to be working as well because they required a force close. Overall, I'm using this daily, and I'm not willing to even try anything else, unless there is much more stable version than 36. I have to admit, that my unwillingness is partially due to my novice status at flashing.
    I should elaborate that I use are practically all the google apps. I listen to podcasts a lot on a stereo bluetooth headset , and I connect in car mod with a car bluetooth system.

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    Yes, version 41 is vastly improved
    12-22-2011 04:58 PM
  21. tyea's Avatar
    I'm doubtful about vastly improved after reading this whole thread on people's experiences with 41.

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    12-22-2011 05:48 PM
  22. charn65's Avatar
    Gotcha beat....

    Pulled a 3303 on Matr1x v13 at 1460 Mhz... Running CM9

    Still nice numbers though... Not shabby at all...
    Paul, how is the battery life using that kernel? CM9 was the first I tried, but the battery life was dreadful on the stock kernel.


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    12-22-2011 05:52 PM
  23. Paul627g's Avatar
    Paul, how is the battery life using that kernel? CM9 was the first I tried, but the battery life was dreadful on the stock kernel.


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    So far.. I don't believe its fair to judge since it hasn't had time to settle in ...... Gonna run this until tomorrow morning and see how it holds out...

    I'm running it at 110/880 Mhz set at OnDemand
    12-22-2011 06:14 PM
  24. charn65's Avatar
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    So far.. I don't believe its fair to judge since it hasn't had time to settle in ...... Gonna run this until tomorrow morning and see how it holds out...

    I'm running it at 110/880 Mhz set at OnDemand
    Well, then I'll expect a full report tomorrow...

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    12-22-2011 07:36 PM
  25. crzycrkr's Avatar
    I'm doubtful about vastly improved after reading this whole thread on people's experiences with 41.

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    Believe me, it is. Don't base your opinion on the handful of people here. If you want to base it on other peoples experiences, read the 4000+ post thread on XDA. There are not nearly enough people here to be a valid sample group. V36 was the first version based on the code Google released for the NS4G. Many improvements have happened between v36 and v41.
    12-22-2011 08:03 PM
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