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Back to UD 8 for me

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Jerzboi, Oct 22, 2010.

  1. Jerzboi

    Jerzboi Newbie
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    I've been running UD 1.0.0 since the day it dropped, when I installed it I was on vacation and wasn't using my droid much other then playing around with the setting and some internet browsing, like all good things my vacation came to a end...at work my phone is used all day texting...incoming and out going calls all day...listening to my scanner app...that's when I found out UD 1.0.0 wasn't going to work for me, I have two batteries and by the end of the work day ( 8-12 hrs) one battery would be dead and the other down to 20% :thinking:. I tried different kernels, running only the basic's (no gps no wi-fi no background light) still got the same results. UD 1.0.0 is a great rom, but it just doesn't gel with my droid....sooo I'm back to UD 8.0 with slayher's 1100 kernel set at 800 mhz (1380 quadrant)and the Black N Bold theme...running smooth and fast with no problems at all...best thing is after 8-12 hrs of phone use...texting and listening to my scanner I still come home with 20% - 40% battery without even using the spare.

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  2. Bramsy

    Bramsy Android Expert

    You aren't the first to have issue with the battery...

    Bb. 5 was the best I have ever had with a battery... but my curiosity has moved me 3 timed or so since that ROM.

  3. Rick620

    Rick620 Newbie

    Yeah battery definitely draining quicker but still ud1 rocks. Everything just works so smooth. I'm using chevyno 1 1.25 so I could tether n stuff. Battery drains but will definitely get me 6 solid hrs of heavy use. Battery lasted longer with stock but of course no tethering. Got a quadrant score of 1187 without touching overclock. I think the rom comes overclocked anyways...
  4. MicroNix

    MicroNix Android Enthusiast

    Yeah, battery life is my only complaint with ud1 but I just can't go back. This rom is so far over any other (including UD8) that I can't bring myself to change it.
  5. Damademan3

    Damademan3 Member

    Your post is identical to how I use my phone and my experience with ud 1.0.0. Are you a journalist as well?
  6. Jerzboi

    Jerzboi Newbie
    Thread Starter

    No sir I'm not a journalist, let's just say closer to customer service ;)

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