Man it looks great on my Incredible. Going to see what it does to the battery. Looks way cool! Thanks.
Gotten 2 Reboots since installing this.
1st thing I've installed since beginning of December....
A gun in the hand is better than a cop on the phone.
Only the Skilled Survive
A computer lets you make more mistakes faster than any invention in human history - with the possible exceptions of handguns and tequila.
Drill Sergeant Frick's Rules For Un-armed Combat.
1. Never be unarmed.
2. See Rule #1
USMC rule # 23 of gunfighting: Be polite, be professional, but have a plan to kill everyone you meet.
Been running it now for a while and love it. And my battery life seems fine. It'll tkae a few days to see for sure, but its definitely staying on my phone for a while.
My battery monitor says its been using 4% of battery useage, same as wifi.
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I downloaded this around 10 this morning. Messed with my phone a little bit (actually a lot less than normal). When I sat my phone down, it was standby for a good 4 hours. I left it with 80% charge and came back to 15%!!! I don't know if I wasn't recieving signal during this time or if the wallpaper drained it that much........D1 owner by the way....and I always leave work with at least 70% charge even with quite a bit of use.....
Running it now with the spacey setting going. Pretty darn cool looking Running it with my D1 with Sapphire2.0 (800Mhz kernel) battery at 80% as of 5 pm(my time) Will report back and list how it runs. After 5 minutes no change on the heat of the phone which is nice.
Now about 11PM and no battery drainage. Of course my phone was probably in standby most of that time, but so far no lag or anything. I think this wallpaper will be a keeper. Would love to see this on a Tablet
I was doing a bunch of stuff at once, so I'm probably to blame but it just so happened that Cyanogen Tazz v24 completely crashed in the middle of a titanium sd card move.. Rebooted to find all launchers gone (read: black screen). No problem, I was ready for v26 anyways.
The problem I'm having now is that it or LP keep swapping wallpapers or Solarwind just disappears. Maybe it's the Eris' poor graphics handling.. I experimented a bit with sizing. When it does work, it works great and looks super rad.
Question: If trying to optimize for the least battery/graphics intensive setup, wouyld smaller or larger dots be best?
I have been running it now for almost 48 hours. The impact on battery life is minimal - now more then 5% of the total battery usage.
What is somewhat annoying is that it looks like is does at time hog CPU as screen refresh occasionally lags. So far I have had no freezes that required a reboot.
I think when I am traveling and flipping from one app to another I will turn it off. The refresh lag will be pretty annoying then.