Can I flash this over Apex (and wipe appropriately, of course)?
I have noticed that "phone idle" and "cell standby" have been draining a ton of battery. I don't have anything set for auto-sync, and I have good coverage. Last night I didn't charge my phone to see what would happen, and I lost about 60% over 6 hours. I've searched all over the place, and I've seen a lot of people who have this issue w/ CM, but I haven't seen a fix.
I turned all location services off, and I thought that helped for a while, but it didn't.
I updated my CM7 building to the one from 10.24, but still saw the battery drain.
I don't use my phone heavily, but when I was on Froyo, I could generally get through a day with normal use, and when I first rooted and installed CM7 I was getting a solid 18 hours with 20% battery left, but now it drains 10% every hour without any use at all. Phone idle and cell standby are the culprits.
How do I fix this? What's going on?
K guys it's been a while since I've done anything on this thread, but I'll give you guys a little bit of an update
1. No, I haven't forgotten about you guys
2. I bricked my phone doing something dumb (flashing files you should will never be flashing so you phones will be fine, I promise )
3. I'm getting another Droid Pro in a few days
4. Ice Cream Sandwich source code is getting released as we speak, so depending on how quickly it's implemented into CM9 or not, our next build might be Android 4.0 instead of 2.3.7, but if it doesn't look like it will be ready anytime soon, I'll make another few builds of Gingerbread for y'all
Haha there actually hasn't been any talk about it by the devs unless I've missed it completely
I'm really hoping Verizon is pulling their hair out over the fact that there will be other ICS phones on the market and hopefully they will move their a$$ and release the Nexus already
Very glad to hear, Jackpot.
I look forward to your ICS build. I just bought you another beer to compensate for your loss so you can get to a club, sit lonely in a corner and weep ;-)
I hope everybody following this thread is doing the same for jackpot. Bricking a droid pro is seriously some tragic loss.
But in a honesty, thank you for everything that you've done to us the droid pro users community. Without you we would be forever f'cked with the Motorola blur crap.
Last edited by _lurker; 11-14-2011 at 06:29 PM.
Jackpot, I know a thing or two about Android and linux too (but not to the point that I could deal with the 2nd-init stuff). I wonder if there is anything that makes glueing CM9 significantly convenient/easier/better compared to just glueing Vanilla AOSP, or it's just your preference to work with CM9? Or CM9 already have branches that are suitable to D2G/DP and so it's just more convenient to build from CM9 rather than having to do everything from scratch compared to could?
From what I've seen, I think Android 4.0 Vanilla is actually usable now. Other than having the power control in the drop-down menu, I don't see much advantage of having CM9 compared to vanilla 4.0 -- at least to the sense that there are features that I needed in CM but it's not present in Vanialla.
I'm gonna be relatively free on December (graduating yay) so maybe I will jump in and research on this Motorola stuff and will probably churn out ROMs too. If all is well, of course.
Last edited by _lurker; 11-14-2011 at 07:39 PM.