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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by marikth, Jun 20, 2010.

  1. marikth

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    i have the JC6 and this is piss of carp.
    It does lots of problems.
    there is 2.1 to galaxy ?
    can you tall me what is the best to flash ?
     

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    Well, there's the Galaxo ROM, and for 2.1 there's GAOSP or mustymod.

    Read the stickies!
     
  3. marikth

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    dose the GAOSP or mustymod ready for daily usege?
    but the galaxo based on JC6, dose it make the same problems ?
     
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    Gaosp is almost ready for daily usage!
    Bluetooth and sensors are almost finished. There are a few more tweaks are needed but it should be able to be used for general usage now.
     
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    galaxo may be based off JC6, but it fixes a LOT of issues. I suggest you try it. Personally, I wish I had made the jump earlier.

    -chronodekar
     
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    I would have to agree.
     
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    Another vote for Galaxo. The latest version (1.6.3.3) rocks! The overclock and memory tweaks makes it feel like a whole new phone, and battery life is better than ever.
     
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    I'm quite happy with stock JB2 (at least while I'm waiting for GAOSP to be updated to Beta2 status)
     
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    Has gaosp started supporting the camera yet? I use that regularly
     
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    Galaxo! by Drakaz , a very good guy!
     
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    Nope, alas.
     
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    How can I run Galaxo on my I7500? Should I make a backup of everything? Is the memory going to get wiped? Thanks!!
     
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    on galaxo,how long battery life is? 1-2-3 days?
     
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    Depends on your personal usage :)
     
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    There are days when I have to plug the charger in at 5pm while other days I forget to charge and still have battery life in the morning. It all depends how and what you use your phone for. However, most days I do make it comfortably on full charge and do plug charger before bed.

    Another vote for Galaxo!


    Sent from my Galaxy using Tapatalk
     
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    I browse the web and listen to songs on the hour long commute to work, and again back from work. I have no problems as long as I leave it plugged in overnight. After I unplug it in the morning, it'll usually last till I plug it back in about 11pm that night.

    I've had it die before 5pm before, but that was with some heavy downloading on wifi, and messing around with it for a few hours.

    If I just use it as a phone, the battery will last 2 days instead of one, but then I only make/take about 3 calls a day.
     
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    It normally drains at 4th days with fully charged. (about 10-20 short calls a day, half hour playing per day.)

    Performance test with 700 Mhz

    neocore 3D testing: 29.5 frames/per sec.:eek: with sound. And 33.8 without sound.:eek: (better than HTC and Nexes One, although screen resolution is difference, but I am satisfied with it.)

    Quadrant: 320 marks. :D

    An3Dbench: 2500 marks. :D

    Linpack: 0.9 ....:(

    Anyway, JIT is disabled, otherwise it may have a better performance.
     
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    4 days in galaxo 1.6.3.3? wow man I am going on galaxo :)
     
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    Anyway, I have installed some application and setting to control the battery consuming, e.g. Install Advanced task killer.. ,disable the Autosync in data sync while my phone is not connecting to internet, using 2G network,...etc.

    For my feeling of galaxo, same battery consuming speed as 1.6 with a better performance and beautiful frames.
    :)
     
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    Ofc you must turn off autosync,brightnes,etc
    but 4 days it sounds good,I have with 1.6 firmware ,2-3 days depends how long I am using it
     
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    My battery on Galaxo 1.6.2 last only 10 hours..
    Never seen my battery going 2 day's in a row not even in stand by only...
     
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    Upgrade to 1.6.3.3 then. I believe 1.6.2 still had the "no-sleep" bug.
     

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