Root Cyanogen Mod 5.0.6... best to date

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  1. Buck Shot

    Buck Shot Well-Known Member
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  2. Sk0t24

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    My N1 arrived today. I immediately rooted it and installed 5.0.6! Ridiculously fast and smooth.
     
  3. jstout1

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    The new update. 5.0.6.... ridiculous... effin awesome...
     
  4. |mpulse

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    Yup, I updated to it as soon as it was released - loving it. :)

    haha - I did the same thing, I had my N1 stock for all of 15 minutes!
     
  5. SubyWill

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    i had problems with it, i'm staying on 5.0.5.3 :/
     
  6. Enndr

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    Im on the lastest build and its pretty amazing. Im using it with intersectRavens newest AVS 800mV (Stable) kernel.

    So far great battery performance but I wont be able to tell how great until I use it a couple days.
     
  7. lsukev

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    My battery life ever since rooting and going with cyanogen mod has been way horrible. After 1 hour of being off full charge I'm at 88 percent with hardly no use.
     
  8. Sk0t24

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    Mine seems to chew through the first 10-15% really fast too, but I pulled it off the charger at 7 this morning and I'm sitting at 48% now.

    Running the Pershoot OC/UV kernel as well.
     
  9. Enndr

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    This is exactly how it works for me too. After about 85%ish the battery drain REALLY slows down. Not sure if its an issue with the battery reporting or what.
     
  10. Sk0t24

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    Yeah, I'm sitting at 34% now. Battery life is certainly not lacking.
     
  11. Enndr

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    Yup used it all day with overall pretty heavy usage and ended around 9pm with about that in battery.

    Like I said, went down to 85%ish then it slowed alot!
     
  12. daffyduck

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    My battery life on 5.0.6 seems way better than older versions....
     
  13. mdubs

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    Updated over the weekend but didn't use the phone much so can't comment on battery life improvements. Seemed promising though.

    Testing today so far has me at 86% after almost 4 hours of what I would consider "normal" use.

    If the comments here are any indication, I am optimistic :)

    Three cheers for the Cyanogen team!
     
  14. 2003vstrom

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    hey guys I installed Cyanogen Mod 5.0.6 a little while ago I lost my market place app for getting apps so how do I get that back? thanks
     
  15. Buck Shot

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    if this is ur first root u need the google apps zip file. u can find it at xda
     
  16. 2003vstrom

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    Thanks Buckshot, about 30 mins after posting my problem I firgured that out i had to go and get that file and load it on my sd card then flash it, I tried loading the R21 rom but phone did not like it so I went back to 5.0.6 :D
     
  17. 2003vstrom

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    Buckshot, also since I have rooted my phone my wifi won`t say on when phone goes to sleep, before I rooted it, it would stay on the whole time, because this allows me to get email alerts at work and home using wifi, but now after about 10-15 mins after the phone has gone to sleep, the wifi turns off, I wouldn`t worry about it but I don`t have a Data plan and I have my data blocked through ATT, so I use wifi only, and suggestions would be great.:)
     
  18. jblazea50

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    i think you can go into: Settings > Wireless & network settings > Wi-fi settings > press on the 4 horizontal lines (one of the 4 buttons at the bottom) to bring up the menu > Advanced > Wi-fi sleep policy > you can select Never

    hopefully that helps
     
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  19. Blindfutur3

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    Hi,

    First post here, and first time rooting my new Nexus One(received it Friday on Vodafone UK).

    Installing the Cyanogen MOD went smoothly thanks to the well documented process, plethora of walkthroughs etc. Everything is great, my only gripe is that I now have Dev Tools, Sim Toolkit, Spare Parts and Superuser Permissions in the menu. Is there any way to remove these? and at what detriment are they to my phone(if friends are using my phone and accidentally 'mess' with them)?


    Thanks,


    - John
     
  20. 2003vstrom

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    thanks worked perfect thanks:)
     
  21. SnotF

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    I haven't been able to find anynwirking morphs for this rom yet... might roll back till things catch up... :(
     
  22. Enndr

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    You don't really want to get rid of those items in your apps menu. Although unlikely you'll ever need them it is possible that you may eventually. Especially the "Spare Parts" app which controls MOST of the additional features and additions to the Cyanogen ROM itself.
     
  23. Blindfutur3

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    Ok, thanks for the advice. I guess I'll have to grow accustomed to them :p
     
  24. Buck Shot

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    Plenty of morphs that work over at xda. I have a few
     
  25. raf1919

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    so i'm new to this.. i got this cyanrom.. but i dont have a keyboard now?? help please
     
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