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  1. stef7

    stef7 Well-Known Member
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    OK, I have CM10 loaded on my Touchpad. I have a Properties editor loaded. Does anyone know where the setting for shutdown due to low battery resides, or is that a custom feature placed in the CM10 build to save our TPs from the "Sleep of Death"?
     

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    My understanding is it's set at compile time so not easily changed by the user.:D

    There are apps (like tasker, I think) that will do the same thing.

    I hope you make a backup in recovery before changing anything, because one wrong setting and you could start boot-loopin'. :D
     
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    Thanks for the response. OK, with what I have loaded, what is the means of performing a backup?
     
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    Thanks,

    I was thinking a Nandroid backup was another kind of app I had to load. When I held down the power button, I wasn't given a screen with Recovery on it like in the video... In the past I was selecting Power Off...

    If I select Reboot, then I get a Recovery option I can select. Yay!

    Is there any way to put the Recovery option right on that first screen like in the video? Is there a setting for that?

    Managed to perform a backup using CWM-based Recovery v6.0.1.9.

    Thank you (again).
     
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    Nothing special about the moboot menu.

    I get see the menu with every power up and reboot. I also see it when exiting recovery.

    It's possible you might have trouble with your boot partition being too full, a common problem if you have cwm AND twrp recoveries installed and/or moboot themes, since the boot partition wasn't intended to have all this content added.

    You can check the size of your /boot folder using Root Explorer (not free) or a similar root-enabled file explorer app. ES Explorer might also work, but I have no experience with it.
     
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