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    Quote Originally Posted by jack902902 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MuGGzy View Post
    I have Liberty 2.0.1 and I had put the Oreo Slice Theme on and it was sweet, I decided to try the "Epic Blue" theme.
    I cleared all the cache and such before installing it and just did it again from clockwork bootstrapper, I fixed permissions too. For some reason, under term emul it won't run zipalign_apks even though roottools specifically lists it as an option to run. I must be doing something wrong.
    Have u tried doing this in liberty toolbox?

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    Oh nope, I was using the stock liberty Terminal Emulator.. trying TB now :-)

    How long does it take usually, I just have a "Processing" status box and have for over 10 mins...
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    It's taken quite a few minuets for me.
    I know it is a bug on GB Liberty that it will just run and never finish.
    But, on Froyo Liberty 2.0.1 it should work. I've done it before successfully.

    If TB doesn't work, try reinstalling Root Tools and try again on terminal emulator.

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    can you wipe battery stats anytime, or should you do a data wipe along with it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dullawolf View Post
    can you wipe battery stats anytime, or should you do a data wipe along with it?
    Just battery stats.

    Ill tell u what I do, but feel free to do a search here and find a proper write up. I am still learning, myself.

    U charge your phone to 100% when the phone is on.
    Unplug and turn off.

    Charge again while off.
    Make sure it says 100%, then power on.
    Keep plugged in.

    Reboot in recovery and wipe batt stats.
    Unplug charger and reboot.

    First use let the phone die completely, then recharge to 100%.

    That should give you new stats.
    You're now free to use and charge however u want.


    That is what I do anyway, and it seems to work nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jack902902 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Dullawolf View Post
    can you wipe battery stats anytime, or should you do a data wipe along with it?
    Just battery stats.

    Ill tell u what I do, but feel free to do a search here and find a proper write up. I am still learning, myself.

    U charge your phone to 100% when the phone is on.
    Unplug and turn off.

    Charge again while off.
    Make sure it says 100%, then power on.
    Keep plugged in.

    Reboot in recovery and wipe batt stats.
    Unplug charger and reboot.

    First use let the phone die completely, then recharge to 100%.

    That should give you new stats.
    You're now free to use and charge however u want.


    That is what I do anyway, and it seems to work nice.
    thank you. my phone is charging right meow. I am definitly going to try that. My battery life is terrible right meow. hopefully that fixes it.
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    My girlfriends Droid2G would show good batt, say it was at 80% and it would gradually go down like normal.

    Once it got to about 50% it would go 40% 30% 20% and just die! All in a matter of 20 minutes!

    Needless to say, it works awesome MEOW!

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    ONE LAST THING!!!
    On charging, don't unplug just because it says fully charged!!

    It will most likely have more to go. I found that it will say fully charged, but my batt widget I made with Minimalistic Text will read in 1% increments.

    The batt still had about 8% more to charge!

    Somewhere around 4.2v or higher is what my battery reads after full charge.

    Let me know if u want a widget made up like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jack902902 View Post
    ONE LAST THING!!!
    On charging, don't unplug just because it says fully charged!!

    It will most likely have more to go. I found that it will say fully charged, but my batt widget I made with Minimalistic Text will read in 1% increments.

    The batt still had about 8% more to charge!


    Let me know if u want a widget made up like that.

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    sure, i would love to have a battery widget that reads at 1% increments.
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    I'm at work, lol.
    So I'll post in a couple hours...

    I think I can send u my save restore file and u should be able to copy it to the file and hit restore after installing the app.

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    OK!

    go to market and install Minimalistic Text...

    DL my two links, these are the prefab widgets I made.
    browse SD for Minimalistic Text Preferences folder, PASTE these in there!

    Then make widget 1x1...
    scroll down to back up/restore...
    Click RESTORE, select widget!

    first one: batt percentage
    second: batt temp and voltage

    Hope this works!

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