Liquid Gingerbread v1.7 Rom Release

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  1. thehawkeyegeek

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    I'm at 70% after 17 hours of moderate usage. I'm thinking LGB1.7 with corcor 1200 kernel is going to give me the best battery life yet.
     
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    Somebody correct me if I'm wrong... but I remember reading about /system/app being a good place to put apps you want to prioritize (against being killed) vs. /data/app. Perhaps your feud with words (with respect, Bongs) stems from the word feud service getting killed and not receiving the push. Sounds dicey, but I'm betting you're willing to try about anything.

    Moving Apps to /system/app - Android Forums
     
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    I'll check it out. Thanks for the input!
     
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    Try restarting adb as root using the "adb root" command from your computer.
     
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    What are you doing on the phone though? I made calls using Bluetooth and was texting, also some net. I would say I was more on the heavy use side myself.
     
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    Are the corcor kernels on rom manager, or is there a website they have tonbe downloaded from?
     
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    You can get them via the Liquid Settings on your phone.

    Goodies->CorCor67
     
  8. cedarrapidsboy

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    And, as is my case, if you are running ClockWorkMod Recovery, they will not install automatically, but the kernel you choose will be left in the root of your SD card as kernel.zip, and can be flashed via ClockWorkMod.
     
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    I didn't realize it at first but you do have to "finish the job" when using that
    process as it boots you into recovery to install the kernal after it downloads it.

     
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    I assumed it depends on which recovery you have installed. I think the Liquid tweaks depends on RZRecovery for full functionality. BUT, ROM Manager uses ClockworkMod. Just need to be aware which you have.
     
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    So will it leave you with different kernel speed options?
    It seemed like last time I downloaded one, I only had one option.
    I wanted the 250-900 one.
     
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    The CorCor folder has several kernels, each a different speed range (250-800, 250-900, 250-1000, etc). After you select it, flash it (via reboot and recovery menu), you go back into liquid tweaks and set your governor (SmartMod), minimum speed, and max speed. And, in my experience, reboot again after setting those values.
     
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