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question regarding new fresh 3.4 and netarchy 4.1.9

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by xefe, Oct 31, 2010.

  1. xefe

    xefe Well-Known Member
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    Just flashed the new fresh and the netarchy toastmod

    How do i get the awesome battery life that I have been reading about. Does this combo automaticly reduce the cpu speed when it is standbye mode or do i need another program for this.

    Also looking at the FRESH update pictures it shows the lock screen having a slide left and a slide right unlock option, I still have the default slide down method. Is there a specific reason for this, or maybe my install didnt work ? Revisions show that it was intalled and have the current version displayed.

    btw netarchy is showing natas@64bit-evil #8

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  2. wake69

    wake69 Android Expert

    netarchy has HAVS and will govern your cpu pretty well, you may want set cpu to set the startup cpu speed but this combo should work pretty well.

    With the lock screen, download it and move it from your downloads folder, move it to the root of your sdcard and reboot into recovery and flash it like you would a rom. Wipe cache and dalvik-cache
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  3. xefe

    xefe Well-Known Member
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    download it ?

    from where ?
  4. wake69

    wake69 Android Expert

    it is in fresh updater under tweaks, download vanilla lock enable and vanilla clock. if you use the alarm clock you need the vanilla clock or you have to unlock your phone to snooze
  5. sheldonbotha

    sheldonbotha Newbie

    Hi guys, quick question.
    So I updated the Fresh with the vanilla lock, my alarms work perfectly, but the one issue I'm trying to find a solution to, is that my calendar notifications do not have any form of pop up over the lock screen.
    From speaking to my buddy that has a nexus1, he says the calendar reminder pops up like an alarm notification.

    Does one need the old AOSP calendar to make this all work hand in hand?



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