[ROM] Maverick ROM for the D3 v4.0

Discussion in 'Maverick ROM D3' started by buckmarble, Apr 20, 2012.

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    Neither. It sees it as downloaded, but it's incomplete. Your best bet is to use the "clear downloads" option each time you open the toolbox. That way there won't be an issue.
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    Nope, no bootloop. Just a reboot. Once it comes back up you can chose another OC speed or non-OC in the toolbox.
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    Great thank you.

    Btw you guys are awesome, thanks for the best D3 ROM out there!

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    Been running MAV for a few days for Camera reasons. lol I've been up and running for 9 hours so far today and still have 100% battery.

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    Best battery life ROM out there! Lol

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    I cry inside every time my friends iphone dies on road trips. Lol.

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    Could i ask what theme is the "default" theme? Thanks.

    Also, right now on 4.0 it worked with unlocked phones ( like im using it with att right now), will it be the same with the next update? I have a gsm build.prop someone made a version of and should i still use that?
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    I can answer your 1st question but not the 2nd unfortunately.

    1. The Default theme is the "Dark Theme" (top 1 in toolbox I believe)

    Butt-Dialed from my Hamburger Phone
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    omg lmao

    sorry been busy working on turning my 1_click sbf into a single .exe all done now just waiting on the slow upload speed of the 3g net lol
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    GreenSnow and rvcjew, may I ask how you're achieving that battery life? I do absolutely nothing on my phone at all, and I go from 100% down to about 80% in a matter of an hour, with it just sitting in my pocket. I have to recharge the damn thing every six hours.

    Battery isn't the problem, it's new from Verizon.
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    Hmm I can only say go through the basics, use minimal widgets (I use two, a calendar and a clock…minimal resources) delete unused apps, don't use apps that constantly run (battery savers, virus protectors, etc.)

    Just think about it logically, the more your cpu cycles the more juice it uses.

    Other then that all I can say, every device is a little different

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    Right, yeah, that's what has puzzled me. I've always been a resources whore, so my phone is basically barebones. I've frozen a lot of system apps too, to prevent that from running.

    Ugh, maybe I'll just make up a story and get a replacement phone and battery. Haha
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    Have you wiped battery stats?

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    This is everything i use and do on a daily basis. I unplugged my phone at 10:30 today, and its 1 20 am right now after a day of light use ( few minutes of web browsing, checking facebook often, a few texts, a voice call or 2, downloaded a app ) and still
    have 74% battery life.
    I also have the OEM verizon extended battery with the stock battery door ( it fits ). Im using att if it matters.



    Make sure to turn wifi off when your not using it. I would turn off "auto sync" as it wastes a bit of battery. Download power widgets/toggles to turn it off because you can find it in the settings. And then for apps set them in the settings to sync less often. For example I use friendcaster ( facebook ) and have it sync every 30 minutes. It doesnt matter that much because i dont need things pushed to me because i will see them when i open the app because it will update when i do. I also have pulse news set to update daily, but again it updates when i open it.

    I also keep the brightness pretty low, probably like 10%. Compared to my "older" but newer phone with a amoled screen the droids screen does really good even and bright even in the daylight with a low brightness.
    I also keep the gps off. I dont use it that much, and when i have to use it, I just pull down the notification bar and turn it on.

    Also I do not use juicedefender or any task killers. Juicedefender i just dont notice any different and task killers will use more battery because apps like facebook that auto restart if they shut down will waste battery as they have to restart when you kill
    tasks.

    I only have 3 homepages. ( middle has my basics, the right homescreen has my utilities, the left homescreen has my games ). I only have 2 widgets,a htc sense clock ( that updates every 50 minutes for weather ) and a power widgets toggle.
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