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baked snack 1.8 horrible battery drain!?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by khaag27, Oct 25, 2010.

  1. khaag27

    khaag27 Android Enthusiast
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    Been running this and the drain is just the worse I have seen on a rom. My phone is always dead and on the charger. What kernel would help? And don't say 6 because I can't get hold of it.


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  2. I reverted back to Kernel #5, I think there's a glitch with the supposed #6 that seems not to exist... I also Use SetCPU to underclock with the screen off and charge every night with the phone itself off. These both seem to keep me running most of the day unless I'm really gaming a lot...
  3. Putty

    Putty Android Expert

    BS 1.8 did the same thing to me. I had best results on 1.7 running NA 4.1.9 cfs. I eventually removed BS cause the drain was horrible. I never ran Kernel 6 with it...Although, you'll have it if you do a fresh install for it flashes with #6.
  4. jten9

    jten9 Lurker

    As mentioned above, reflash the rom (1.8) as it has kernel 6. I've been running baked 1.8 for a few days, and the standby time is unbelievable... really really good. During use, battery life is average for me.

    I have heard that some people need to flash kernel 6 again on top of the rom for proper performance. Personally I'm not so sure about that, as I have not had a problem with the kernel on first flash of the rom. I did re-flash it to compare, and did not notice any difference.
  5. DualSportDad

    DualSportDad Member

    i just installed baked snack 1.8 and my kernel shows #2 :thinking:
  6. Putty

    Putty Android Expert

    That's what 6 shows.....2
  7. Putty

    Putty Android Expert

    Here are my stats for today...pretty nice, yes? 7:51am 100% 3:15pm 79%


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