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  1. jempub

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    Hello all.

    I want to root my Sprint Samsung Galaxy S2
    model # SPH-D710 and then install the new
    Jelly Bean 4.1.1

    Please help... Videos, etc...

    Thanks,
    G
     

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    Thanks! Got it done.

    Noticing the battery drains faster on JB than ICS.

    Also the keyboard is ALOT smaller...

    Talk soon,
    G
     
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    I'm on jb as well, you've got all your settings Tweaked to low? As well as calibrating the battery?

    DS
     
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    Hey DS.

    What do you mean "Tweaked low"? And not sure how to calibrate battery.

    G
     
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    Meaning like screen brightness at low, gps off, location off, wifi off when not in use etc etc

    To calibrate battery, go into your recovery, advanced, wipe battery stats.

    After wiping battery stats, don't forget to let the phone completely die, charge to 100% without interruption and continue this method for 5 cycles.

    DS
     
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    Good Lord... waaaay too much work to tweak a battery.
     
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    Lol if it improves it by a few hours at least, it's worth it to me.

    DS
     
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    i went from stock fi27 to rooted fi27(using that video) and then fk23, battery life has been damn good for me. got a new battery, tho, and calibrated it right away, that may be why.
     

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