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Old November 23rd, 2012, 05:11 AM   #201 (permalink)
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do not activate multiuser on your phones, it will mess up all yours settings.. -.-

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R29 is out. It is so good to see this release. Fixes some bugs in R28. I really hope we see a V1.
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R29 is out. It is so good to see this release. Fixes some bugs in R28. I really hope we see a V1.
did you try it?
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I was amazed to see updated version for ARHD today .

But Mike's just updated apps and stuff. Nothing really new
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did you try it?
And out of town till tomorrow so I will try it when I get back. But will definitely download it and try it. Great to see he has not forgotten his earlier project.
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I was amazed to see updated version for ARHD today .

But Mike's just updated apps and stuff. Nothing really new
Yup. Nothing worth upgrading to really. If you have any 6.3.3/7.03 install would have updated the apps and the other fixes seem to be more like build.prop edits (which you can edit yourself).

With 3 Sense 3.6 projects which are virtually abandoned, it would be nice if he could complete one of those instead.
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TBH , I don't think anyone would stay with the DHD.

It's becoming more and more obvious , that eventually dev support will go to bigger and better devices.
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I was hoping to have one "perfect" Sense 3.6 port, basically what HTC was supposed to deliver.

When I look at the ROM's still in development, Sabsa Prime I'd looking good.

When I get a newer device I probably won't root it right away. There is much less incentive to root a newer device which is still eligible for official updates.
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And out of town till tomorrow so I will try it when I get back. But will definitely download it and try it. Great to see he has not forgotten his earlier project.
i'm going to flash it right now..so tomorrow or maybe tonight will wrote few words about it..


just flashed..manually select network..still not working..
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Flashed r29, all working good. I'm basically happy with this now, tiny glitch with clock notifications, otherwise perfect. Quite happy for this to be my phone till end of contract now, and possibly further too... can't see any significant benefit to upgrading now.
r30 = V1.0?
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i wanted to change alarm notification and select one of my song..force stop..
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Flashed r29, all working good. I'm basically happy with this now, tiny glitch with clock notifications, otherwise perfect. Quite happy for this to be my phone till end of contract now, and possibly further too... can't see any significant benefit to upgrading now.
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Well, what is version 1.0 depends on the discretion of developer. Ideally, a version 1.0 should be bug free. In more practical terms a version 1.0 or a final release is one where all fixable bugs have been fixed, and features which do not work are removed.

Added: Basically, a V1 for example would be an R29 with the change log only showing bug fixes. While the ROM is being synced to the latest CM or adding new features, this could result in new bugs.
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R29 looks like a good release. I have had no problems so far except the two issues on Chrome and sleep. The small camera glitches on the camera appears to be gone from user feedback. My screen turns green for a second after each picture, but it is no biggie

Posting this on Chrome with R29. Chrome works much better with the default Android keyboard. Still shows plenty of graphical glitches with Swiftkey. With either keyboard, I get a fair bit of keyboard lag.

Editing this on the stock browser, well the stock browser is much better. That would what I would want most in the in JellyTime at this point. The wakeh issue while the screen off would be the other. I don't know if either issue will be addressed. But will try this for a daily For a bit and see how it goes.
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Question. Where does this ROM store the stock Jellybean wallpaper?
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Question. Where does this ROM store the stock Jellybean wallpaper?
i found something in data/user/o/com.android.wallpaper/lib (few of them) but it's just a empty folder..
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I just used the Jellybean wallpaper from my own gallery. I changed wallpaper, wanted to revert to the default... and could not find it
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CHere is the look I opted for JellyTime R29. Uploading it for posterity.



Will try switching scheduler to SIO and see if that helps.

Been happy with it overall, but will probably have to wipe it. My battery life situation makes it not too feasible to continue. Battery drain seems much worse than earlier releases like R8 which gave me about 15-16 hours. Now it is looking more like 10-12 with my use.

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CHere is the look I opted for JellyTime R29. Uploading it for posterity.



Will try switching scheduler to SIO and see if that helps.

Been happy with it overall, but will probably have to wipe it. My battery life situation makes it not too feasible to continue. Battery drain seems much worse than earlier releases like R8 which gave me about 15-16 hours. Now it is looking more like 10-12 with my use.

i have same problem with awake when screen is off..but battery take 18-20h..
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well..i found something unusual..always when my battery is lower than 40% and when want to take picture, my phone is shot down..
is it just for me or somebody else have that problem?
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Ever tried to take a photo with and without flash?
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well..i found something unusual..always when my battery is lower than 40% and when want to take picture, my phone is shot down..
is it just for me or somebody else have that problem?
That usually indicates that the battery is getting old and might need replacement. I will try it with this ROM later just to double check of it if a JellyTime issue.
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i have twoo batterys and will try it tomorow, now my eyes are closing and going to zzZZz
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yep, and battery is at 9% and everything is ok..i will change battery tomorow.
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Might be too early to tell, but switching to the SIO scheduler has substantial reduced wake time while the screen is off.
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Okay using SIO reduces the amount of time the phone remains awake while the screen is off. It does not seem to help battery life much. Will be wiping now. With this ROM I need to charge to frequently.

Actually, when I was on R8, the phone actually died on me while out. Nice ROM. Just a bit too heavy on the juice with how I use the phone.
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i have same problem with awake when screen is off..but battery take 18-20h..
I don't want to sound like someone just complaining about battery life without basis. My phone is on 3G or WiFi 24/7 and does sync several apps. Now back on Sense, this is an example of what I get:





For my next phone I will get one with a Vanilla ROM, that way I can run AOSP/AOKP and get good battery life.

A Galaxy Nexus on JellyBean gets excellent battery life. With a DHD:

Best battery life = Sense + Gingerbread
Next best = Sense + ICS
Third best = AOSP/AOKP + Gingerbread OR AOSP + ICS with 2.x (old kernel)
Worst = AOSP/AOKP + ICS or JB (3/x kernel)
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I don't want to sound like someone just complaining about battery life without basis. My phone is on 3G or WiFi 24/7 and does sync several apps. Now back on Sense, this is an example of what I get:





For my next phone I will get one with a Vanilla ROM, that way I can run AOSP/AOKP and get good battery life.

A Galaxy Nexus on JellyBean gets excellent battery life. With a DHD:

Best battery life = Sense + Gingerbread
Next best = Sense + ICS
Third best = AOSP/AOKP + Gingerbread OR AOSP + ICS with 2.x (old kernel)
Worst = AOSP/AOKP + ICS or JB (3/x kernel)
unbelievable...
what rom is it?
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Blackout ICS v3.1.1 + 1.2 GHz @ 1100 vdd + my smartassV2 C3 script.
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That usually indicates that the battery is getting old and might need replacement. I will try it with this ROM later just to double check of it if a JellyTime issue.
btw, i change battery and everything working just fine now :P
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I am not on JellyTime right now, but am on Blackout ICS, where Google Chrome does not work all that well. Downloaded the latest version (November 28) of Chrome and the new version, works much better. Maybe one of you could give it a try on JellyTime. It still does not work as well as my stock browser, with a fair amount of keyboard lag, but other issues seem to be fixed.
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I am not on JellyTime right now, but am on Blackout ICS, where Google Chrome does not work all that well. Downloaded the latest version (November 28) of Chrome and the new version, works much better. Maybe one of you could give it a try on JellyTime. It still does not work as well as my stock browser, with a fair amount of keyboard lag, but other issues seem to be fixed.
problem with keyboard is still here.. :/
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Sorry, which problem?
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Is the GPS working well in Blackout. Didn't work for me on AOSPX, so i moved to ARHD but like, all my apps just give FC's.
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GPS works on Blackout, but it works for me to in aospX.

ARHD is Gingerbread. If you are restoring apps from a backup utility, some of your ICS/JB apps wont be compatible. You have to download them from the market again.
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i tested only with a facebook using touchoal/swift..when tiping keyboard blinking, freezing..and login field splits into two parts...
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I used to have that problem too. It seems to have gone away for me on the latest version on a different ROM. But the keyboard lag so much, both stock and SwiftKey, for it to be of use.
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Just recently switched to Jellytime R29 on my DHD and can confirm that battery life is about 50-60% less than on ICS. It now lasts 7-8 hours with minimal use (<5 Minutes screen on), whereas previously it lasted around 12-15hrs with same usage pattern. Otherwise, Jellytime is superb !

Would be great if battery life could be extended. How can we pinpoint the high drain so it can be improved ?
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I am planning to try JT R29 + KangBang v1.9 and see if that helps.
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On JellyTime R29 again, this time with the KangBang v1.9 kernel. I know the first thing I should test are the headset buttons. But you know me, I test Chrome first. And Chrome works pretty good (don't forget to disable HW overlays). A bit of a stutter when scrolling but keyboards works great. And no keyboard lag.

Gimme a minute...

And headset buttons work too.
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I am planning to try JT R29 + KangBang v1.9 and see if that helps.
with battery nothing
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So, no improvement with battery life?
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So, no improvement with battery life?
nope..only headphone buttons..
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What about Google Chrome? Still not as good as it works on aospX, but good enough to make it my default browser.

So far, I have plenty of awake time while the screen is on. But still keeping my fingers crossed on battery life.
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Default Battery life report - R29 + KangBang v1.9

Initial charge cycle so may bit unreliable.

Battery (6.5 months old).
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Battery at 48% - 11 hours 38 minutes running time.



Screen on time - 2 hours 3 minutes (note ambient lighting conditions affect this a lot.



Seems to be very efficient while asleep, despite all the wake time with the screen off. 1 to 1.9% in 1 hour. Compare to first screennie.



Pretty good if you ask me.
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Initial charge cycle so may bit unreliable.

Battery (6.5 months old).
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Battery at 48% - 11 hours 38 minutes running time.



Screen on time - 2 hours 3 minutes (note ambient lighting conditions affect this a lot.



Seems to be very efficient while asleep, despite all the wake time with the screen off. 1 to 1.9% in 1 hour. Compare to first screennie.



Pretty good if you ask me.
i don't know..for me battery is the same, awake problem is still here..manual select network not working..and for chrome, i don't test it..
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It could be that we have different usage patterns. As far as I can tell improvement is mainly when the phone is at sleep. If you are a heavy user, the improvement may not be noticeable.

Chrome is working better except for a bit of stuttering when panning, and unfortunately flickering on some websites.
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For comparison with JellyTime + KangBang (Same desktop and settings). Battery life with aospX:

13 hours 9 minutes on standby



2 hours 2 minutes screen on:



Not much wake time while screen off:

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For comparison with JellyTime + KangBang (Same desktop and settings).

13 hours 9 minutes on standby



2 hours 2 minutes screen on:



Not much wake time while screen off:

still problem with awake but it seems better with KangBang..
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Yikes. I forgot to mention that the lady at of screen come from aospX.
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I discovered this ROM last week and love it. Stable (so far) and, most importantly, seems to not suffer from the problem I was having with Ice Cold Sandwich which resulted in horrible distortion when listening to music.

Can't comment on battery life, though. I'm almost always near a charger so not the kind of thing I would have noticed yet - hoping I don't get a nasty surprise next time I'm out for an extended time.

Very happy, though, and this is looking like the ROM which might keep me going until I scrape together the money for a Nexus 4 (by which time there might actually be some for sale!).

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