[ROM][4.7.2011] Das BAMF 1.4

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  1. chipmunk

    chipmunk Member

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    No but this is ridiculous like on 1.3.2 I had really good battery for this phone...now I switched over and now I'm 72 percent...8 mins later

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    Yea... I'm not sure whether or not this will make it to work. Just tried underclocking to see if it will help

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    I'm at stock 1ghz and I have this horrible battery life

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    Sorry I'm a little slow, but what is S-OFF and S-ON?
     
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    Security on and security off. S-off is part of the rooting process.

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    Yeah ive been having bad life too. but a reboot fixed it. now im trying to bump charge it
     
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    For everyone complaining about bad battery after max charge, check out XDA, there is a post on there about how charging works... Your phone doesn't charge to 100% and then trickle charge to sustain that charge, because that degrades your battery over time. Instead, it hits 100% then completely stops charging until it hits a certain point and begins charging again. It only reads 100% to make the average user happy, more or less.
    Bump charging works, but also reduces your battery life as well. I'd post the link, but I'm on my phone at work. I'll do it later if anyone is interested.
     
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    Reinstalled it, and it seems to be doing better now. Also installed a new kernel, so that might be helping.

    But to be honest, I think it draining quicker, at least on my end, is an optical illusion. Watching the battery life drain down by increments of 1, as compared to not having a visible numeric charge and seeing it in increments of ten otherwise...
    Well, it makes the battery appear to be draining quicker. I don't know for sure as I haven't really been monitoring numbers, etc... But it seems comparable, although I still seem to be draining slightly quicker on 1.4.

    I'm still going to stick with it though, I love everything else about it. Just the battery is concerning still. Wonder if i would still see the battery drain issue if I only had the stock battery monitor.


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    That does make sense. Especially when I take my TB off the charger right when it finishes charging, it stays at 100% longer. But when I take it off from overnight it drops to around 96-98%. Good info, thanks.
     
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    And definitely a nice post about battery. Thank you much :)

    Thunderbolted!
     
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    I have CW, so it doesn't show at the top...
     
  12. BigMcGuire

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    I think the key part to highlight here is : "But to be honest, I think it draining quicker, at least on my end, is an optical illusion. Watching the battery life drain down by increments of 1, as compared to not having a visible numeric charge and seeing it in increments of ten otherwise..."

    Also, I noticed if you let the battery run down to 20% and charge it back up - it helps make the battery meter more accurate. I think it was reset in the installation of this rom.

    Ever reset the battery stats in CM? Your battery will drop like a flying brick in the first 2 hours but then last forever at 20% or 30%. The battery meter is just learning. The next 2-3 charges you do (let it drain a bit), it will be more accurate.
     
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