Originally Posted by ryancmatchett
I was wondering about that too. (I have not gotten the tweet bug yet... Lol) but back in Santa Barbara, the 8 or so trucks used FB to get out the word... Going to have to find whatever resource is here in Austin! Thanks for the suggestion.
Hope everyone had a great weekend. Ours was fun, and now on to a new week. Got stressed last night thinking about this work week, and did not sleep well. But maybe I will be tired enough tonight to sleep better.
Also just a side joke on my rom... Still using Jelly Belly... Did the rounds last week and this weekend. Trying to see if I can use the JB sourcery or AOKP or mmuzzys rom to get better life? Nope, back to Jelly Belly this morning. For some reason I cannot get a full days use out of another rom. I usually let a Rom settle as close to a clean install that I can, then let it ride for 2 days, try a different kernal, let it ride for 2 days... But for whatever reason, Jelly Belly shows a minimum of 4-6 hours better life on the 2nd day and beyond than any other rom. And considering my days are usually 16 hour days... Its nice not to have to charge it at all during the day, with the same normal usage. So, still loving Jelly Belly with Lean Kernal exps and interactivex. Happy Monday all!
I can appreciate that. I was running Jelly Belly as well and enjoyed it... Until I got bored with the lack of options. What bugged me about that ROM was that I would have dramatic lag anytime one or more apps would update from the play store. I tried different kernels but nothing helped. Since switching, that problem has vanished. It's all about finding what works for you individually. But I'll be testing battery life today. 3% drain per hour is the benchmark with limited use
Myself: 2014 Kia Soul+, LG G3, Motorola Droid Razr M, Nexus 7 (2013), multiple Google TVs
Wife and Kids: Motorola Moto X, iPad 4th Gen, HTC Droid DNA, Galaxy Tab 3 (7"), iPhone 4S, Nexus 7 (2013)
Retired: HTC Droid DNA, Galaxy Nexus, Thunderbolt, Droid Pro, Fascinate, Motorola Droid 1, 3 & 4, Transformer TF101, Galaxy Tab (7" WiFi), Archos 70