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battery tweak after nightlies?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by nboley2, Sep 6, 2010.

  1. nboley2

    nboley2 Member
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    do you have to flash Colin's battery tweak after every new nightly? thanks!
     

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  2. andygu3

    andygu3 Well-Known Member
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    I have never used collin's battery tweak, but my guess is yes. Since you have to flash the uncapped kernel after flashing a new nightly. Still not sure though:thinking:
     
  3. stay_clean

    stay_clean Well-Known Member
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    Correct, if you use the tweak, you will have to flash it after flashing a new nightly.
     
  4. JD_from_da_80s

    JD_from_da_80s Well-Known Member
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    How do you configure Collin's? I found the directions here but I don't understand what to do when it says have "adb set up and running" How do I do that? Thanks.
     
  5. androidtp

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    you can use the terminal in your app drawer instead of this. just don't need to type in the adb, but rather the battery stats or whatever it says to type in
     
  6. JD_from_da_80s

    JD_from_da_80s Well-Known Member
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    So all I gotta do is type everything here expect for adb?

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  7. androidtp

    androidtp Well-Known Member
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    yup..adb shell isn't needed

    "Boot into recovery and flash the zip file.
    After reboot, you may run batt-cfg from shell or terminal (Note, that the scripts will all request root access, so there's no longer a need to su before running them).

    to run batt-cfg
    go to terminal in the phone or use adb shell from your PC
    once there, type
    batt-cfg

    It will pull up a menu of choices"
     
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