So what the hell are the pogo pins even on the LTE GNex for?
Turned wifi always on last night and voila, the Android os is down to using 2%
So far, so good. Thanks Stigy,...
I really don't think this is a hardware issue, but rather a software issue. I'm not sure exchanging is going to help you. There have been reports...
I'm definitely trying that over my Christmas vacation. Since the Nexus S has the same issue after the upgrade, it's obviously a software issue....
Pulling the battery should reset the battery % numbers.
Cool, I'm still running stock and was hoping that this would fix the problem. I've seen some screenshots showing 36 hours on battery and still at...
Yeah I pulled the battery, I had it at 86%. Down to 81%
19% Android OS
Well, the location thing didn't seem to work. :( still getting high Android OS, after it finally refreshed.
When you do google searches, and you search for Pizza, it will show places close to your current location.
Not sure. Maybe that's the default image it starts with? Totally a guess. Like my clock starts at 6:00 until it auto updates from the network.
I'll be sure to let you know if it seems to help.
Yeah, I switched them on because they're definitely "nice to have" features, but if it's...
Just to let you guys know there's a post on Reddit that disabling google's location service and location and Google search in the GPS settings...
Well, at least we know they're now aware of the issue. Now fix it please :)
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Try and confirming that Direct Mode is unchecked in the Settings -> General Settings of Light Flow.
Not sure what else it would be. I think that's the only setting I had to change to get it to work
Make sure its turned on in settings -> accessibility
Did you get it unlocked ?
Stigy, any progress on the Keep Awake, and the OS taking using so much battery?
Listen to this guy. ^^^^^^ He helped me :)
you need to open your command prompt into the same folder as the adb.exe file.
Usually under adroid sdk/platform-tools
spelling might not be...
If you have the drivers installed it should be easy to see if it's the right ones. Continue following the unlock tutorial and after you run the...
I used that one, and ignored the windows warning. When I did it though, windows was able to scan the whole extracted directory and chose one for me.
If you GNex has already been installed. Go to device manager (Control Panel -> Device Manager), and uninstall the one that says something like...
Skip that step, don't worry about the Cyanogen mod phone drivers
This is the driver you'll use
[ADB/FB Driver] Naked Samsung Driver 1.7 -...