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  1. Brent Pierce

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    so take disable it? I've done it before, so that wouldn't be a problem. Should I use SetCPU? Underclocked?
     

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    No, just run a 'batt-rm.sh' from terminal. Then in setCPU I am overclocking on main to 998/245, on demand. Just for the hell of it..You can wipe cache, dalvik, batt stats...then reflash HTC 10. You should be good from there. I am
     
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    How do I reflash HTC 10? Just reflash the Warm RLS3 zip? Or is there a zip with just the kernel?
     
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    Been using netarchy's 4.1.9.1 (I think?) with havs aggressive undervolting since last night. Had kings #11 before. Battery life seemed to be about the same earlier but I have been home the past 5 hours and my battery has not dropped one percent. Pretty impressive I'll give it some more time. The phone seems to run smoother too
     
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    It's safe...I used it. Or gimme an email and i'll mail it to you.
     
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    K, I'll give it shot in a couple days. I'm going to give this battery tweak a couple days to see if it works itself out after I reflashed some stuff. My phone's already on the charger. I got about 8 hours today, horrible!

    Thanks for your help man.
     
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    Using the warm updater, I tried to install and use the battery tweak, but not sure I've loaded it right. I can't find anything on my phone for it. Is it passive or is there an app or setting menu for it?

    BTW, I flashed Ziggy's 471 kernel last night, so far so good. No boot loops or reboots yet.
     
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    You run batt-cfg from terminal to see if it's installed.
     
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    Correct.

    Open Treminal.
    type "su" to give it superuseser rights.
    then type "batt-cfg"

    That will take you to the configuration screen for the battery tweak.
     
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    how do you open terminal? i was thinking of doing the battery tweak also
     
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    I get "batt-config not found"...wassup with that??? I guess it never stuck. What would you get if you had the tweatk???
     
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    To open it, download the app"Android Terminal Emulator" by Jack. Its in the market.

    You should get a list of several options. With number commands to initiate them.
     
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    Yeah...no worky for me. I can't even get started when I try to do it via that guide. Oh well....my battery life is quite decent.
     
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    How much is "quite decent"?
     
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    I been using kings #11 and get great battery life and response hell i get all day heavy use with myns 2.2 rls 3 and kings and love it
     
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    Didn't like kings #11 on my phone, didn't really seem to do much for me.

    I tried out netarchy 4.2 cfs more havs kernel and was amazed at my battery life.
    1% drop every 2 hours while sleeping and great battery life while the screen was on and in use.

    Currently on the RLS4 beta with the custom ziggy RLS4 kernel, but not using it long enough to comment on it.
     
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    Funny..just reflashed myns over fresh...the first time i flashed rls 3, i had same batt drain...went to fresh for a while and even that(all time fav rom) became buggy...so i wiped data and cache and davluk and battery stats and reflashed myns rls 3 and kings 11....UV to 845 max and 245 min in setcpu...and screen off profile 125 min245 max...and my evo is faster and smoother than when it had fresh 3.4.0.1 and netarchy 4.2.1 beta...and my phobe is a hardware 003....
    Try wiping again and reflashing...work for me...
     
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    Im running myn TpT and it's a little slow and its killing my battery. How can I get the Netarchy 4.1.9 kernel and how do I install it, also will that help?
     
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    You can find Netarchy's kernels here:

    [GPL][Kernel]netarchy-toastmod, Stable: 4.3.1 Beta: 4.3.2 - xda-developers

    You flash kernel's the same way you flash a ROM. Read section 4 in the "After Rooting" section of ROOTING FOR DUMMIES + EXTRAS, that'll give you a step by step on how to flash a kernel.

    Changing your kernel can definitely help BUT it may be something else that's killing your battery.
     
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