Battery Manager

Discussion in 'Liberty ROM DX' started by KerrAvon, Jan 28, 2011.

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    Is there any way I can put the battery manager back on with Liberty? I liked the nighttime mode for saving battery when I can't have it plugged in.

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    Download the fission rom manager from the market and they have the add on that puts the battery management back in the settings. I have it on mine.

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    Or use the power widget to turn off sync, gps and brightness. Does the same thing. Much faster too

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    It is not the same due to power management controls turning off data during off peak hours (during late night). The rest you can do from the built in widget. Would also like to have this put into 1.5....... I have asked in the post about it and can not get an answer will have to download fission manager and install it again. Or hope it is in 1.5
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    I can't find Fission Rom manager on the market.

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    It's not in the Market. TeamDefuse.com

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    The one that the Fission ROM Manager installs, doesn't work. It crashes when going to the battery information. What I wound up doing was grabbing the BatteryManager.apk from my Nandroid backup before I installed Liberty. De-Odexed it and copied it to /system/app.

    Worked like a champ.
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    Sorry I thought it was in the market. Mine does work from the fission rom manager.

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    Most ROMs don't include it because it is super buggy. Causes all sorts of FCs when trying to look at battery stats.
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    DO NOT put the fission battery manager on Liberty!!!!
    I tried it and i lost my liberty settings, battery manager constantly FC'd!
    I had to SBF to clean everything up!

    DO NOT PUT FISSION BATTERY MANAGER ONTO LIBERTY!!
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    Good, I will try that as I have my nandroid from minutes after first rooting. Since installing/removing the one from Fission, I can get battery info anymore without a f/c.

    But ... what exactly (app or whatever) do I need for de-odexing BatteryManager.apk? I've been into rooting for over a year, but never dabbled with doing any de-odexing myself.

    Thanks!
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    That was before the 2.2.1 update.
    I haven't seen one complaint about the Battery Manager afterwards.
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    Well I had the battery thing working from the fission rom manager but noticed that it wasn't installed. I installed it again and now it just fc everytime. So I don't know

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    Switch Pro Widget (paid app) in the market and Power Control Plus (paid app) in the market both successfully turn off 3g signal. PCP also has the added benefit of putting the widget in the drop down bar. :)
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    Can you post the deodexed apk? All of that stuff is over my head.

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