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CyanogenMod-6 RC2 Released today.

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by gear.h34d.2012, Aug 15, 2010.

  1. gear.h34d.2012

    gear.h34d.2012 Well-Known Member
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  2. One Beast

    One Beast Android Enthusiast

  3. gear.h34d.2012

    gear.h34d.2012 Well-Known Member
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    I don't use any of those three features, so. ~_^
  4. One Beast

    One Beast Android Enthusiast

    I like to have the option atleast.....If im on date with a hot chick and she wants to see my 4G i dont wanna tell her....."I don't have 4G im using Cyanogen"
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  5. gear.h34d.2012

    gear.h34d.2012 Well-Known Member
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  6. exBBuser

    exBBuser Android Expert

    That sounds like a question a blond chick will ask.Anyhow this ROM is kickass.
  7. woofermazing

    woofermazing Well-Known Member

    Getting some > Cyanogen
  8. One Beast

    One Beast Android Enthusiast

  9. TF1984

    TF1984 Android Enthusiast


    If you updated from RC1 to RC2, let us know how you're liking it.

    Hows performance, battery life, what kernel you are running?
  10. exBBuser

    exBBuser Android Expert

    I'm login it,snapv7 Kernel OC@1.22Ghz:),I get pretty good battery life with not so heavy use.But most of it lots of web browsing and txt,music to on the way home.I get about 14hrs +- on a single charge while OC@1.22 to me it doesn't get any better than this so far.The phone feels pretty smooth and responsive,performance is unbelievable and best thing about it,its freaking fast.
  11. whatsitsname

    whatsitsname Android Enthusiast

    This thing its fast and clutter free. Works great with a wii remote too.:D
    Only thing I don't like is that it is missing the copy and paste feature (for alpha-numeric copy and paste on the web).
  12. DarkNeo

    DarkNeo Android Enthusiast

    Is it me or do LED notifications not work?
  13. gear.h34d.2012

    gear.h34d.2012 Well-Known Member
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    Back when I was running RC1 I had finicky issues with LED notifications as well. Forget what I did, but I eventually got em working. :-/
  14. TF1984

    TF1984 Android Enthusiast

    What version of the Snap 7 Kernel are you running? I flashed back to the stock kernel just prior to ramping up to RC2, but I think I will go ahead to upgrade the kernel.

    Are you using 7.0, 7.1, 7.01 or 7.11? Are you also using the SD Card swap included with either 7.1 or 7.11? And... (lots of questions) if you are using the swap, what class is your SD Card and how's performance?
  15. SprintFun

    SprintFun Android Expert

    Hows the battery life?

    When I used RC1 it was the worst battery life I've ever seen on a phone. My phone would lose 50% over night. It was absurd. Ended up uninstalling and going with Fresh and everything is right in the world.
  16. exBBuser

    exBBuser Android Expert

    I'm tuning 7.1.I did not do the whole SD Card partition since I have the stock class2 cad and I didn't feel like buying a class6.Performance as of now is just right,I bet I will be better when decide to get that card and go to the whole process of flashing 7.0. Pleople have been getting over 2000+ quadrant.
  17. DarkNeo

    DarkNeo Android Enthusiast

    2200 on quadrant here :D
  18. DarkNeo

    DarkNeo Android Enthusiast

    Do you remember how? I dont even see the option in the stock messaging app or anywhere in the settings. Im using handcent and I enabled it in those settings but still nothing.
  19. bishaudio

    bishaudio Newbie

    is anyone else having problems accessing Settings-->Sounds? i get a force close message
  20. gear.h34d.2012

    gear.h34d.2012 Well-Known Member
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    If my terrible memory serves, I believe all I did was play around with LED speeds and they started working as intended.
  21. TF1984

    TF1984 Android Enthusiast

    The battery life for me is phenomenal.

    10 hours unplugged with 2.5 hours on phone, 1 hour browsing web, close to 100 texts, over 50 emails, facebook browsing and still at 74%.

    It's like night and day between RC1 and RC2 for me.
    Though I didn't notice oddly poor battery with RC1, the battery life did become horrible when I flashed the Snap V7.b kernel. The creator of that kernel outwardly acknowledged there was an anomaly causing horrendous battery life in that beta kernel. Supposedly the new V7 kernels do not exhibit the same issues, but for now I am sticking with the stock CM6 RC2 kernel.
  22. Cru

    Cru Member

    My battery life isn't very good so far. I made one 7 minute call and I'm at 84% after being unplugged for 2 hours. I'm gonna give it a couple days and if it doesn't improve I'll be going going back to Fresh where I could easily go two days without charging.
  23. TF1984

    TF1984 Android Enthusiast


    Let's just review, not b/c I think you didn't so something you should have, but simply b/c I hope you didn't simply so that you can get better performance.

    Before you flashed RC2, you did full wipe and wiped Dalvik? You upgraded to latest radio.., you wiped again, you flashed RC2 then flashed new Gapps package?

    You are using Amon Ra Recovery?
    You disabled Google Talk?

    Did you flash a Snap kernel of any kind?

    Oh, also I am using Set CPU and that may have a major affect in my performance vs yours.

    Set CPU setting:

    Max: 1113600
    Min: 128000
    ON Demand - Set on Boot

    Temp>50C : MAX/MIN: 128 (Priority 100) POWERSAVE
    Screen Off: MAX/MIN: 245 (priority 97) POWERSAVE
    Battery < 25%: Max: 499 Min: 245 (Priority 85) CONSERVATIVE
    Chaging/Full: Max: 1113 Min: 768 (Priority 80) INTERACTIVE
  24. Cru

    Cru Member

    I did all of the above except I used clockwork manually. I actually flashed and wiped caches and did a installed a second time just in case. I don't mess with kernels yet and I don't use setcpu.

    Thanks for posting your setcpu settings. I tried it on a previous rom and uninstalled because I wasn't 100% sure what the best setting were. I'll have to give it another go in a couple days if if I don't see an improvement in battery life.
  25. TF1984

    TF1984 Android Enthusiast

    Well clockwork notoriously has issues not properly or completely clearing data and cache. But the biggest difference will be in you not using set cpu. Having the cpu scale down when the screen is off or in other situations vastly improves battery life.

    Sorry, but you have the info if you do decide to use set cpu.

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