I was wondering if it would be possible to install the stock blur alarm clock on this build? Thanks for your help.
I managed to go all day with moderate/ heavy usage and after 9hrs ( no airplane mode or power saving techniques applied) and had 50% battery left. The only thing i have done is scale back the processor to max at 1000 instead of 1200. Its now.been 13hrs and i am at 20%. Not too shabby.
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I went 18 hours yesterday, but I ran the phone at 800MHz, still ran buttery smooth though. I'm running it stock today though and it seems as like I might be able to get 20 hours of battery life, so I'm not sure how scaling the cpu down helps.
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Well we kinda just hit a brick wall at full speed. We just realized that all our fixes were made with the phone identifying itself as a D2 and not a D2G. Meaning we may need to re-do them all. So far it appears that just the sensors are the reliant part on identification but I haven't done much testing.
I used to have a Droid 1. Ran CM on it. Thing crapped out. My replacement is a Droid 2. Honestly I would have preferred the Droid 1 again, but apparently Verizon isn't offering them anymore. But really, the only thing I like / need from a custom ROM is to remove all the bloat shet and let me install a netfilter enabled kernel for the Wireless Tether app. Now... I've done the root for the Droid 2, installed ROM Manager and Droid 2 Bootstrap and flashed the CM Recovery. But, apparently we can't install custom kernels on the D2G? So... looks like Wireless Tether is out the door. And I'm not sure I wanna go through the Custom ROM hassle (crashes and buggy shet) just to clear out the bloat so... what's going on with the Kernels and Wireless Tethering, is that completely off the table, a month down the road, or what?