rubiX Blurry Bread

Discussion in 'Drod2169 - X' started by drod2169, Apr 3, 2011.

  1. epsilonbass

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    Thanks Drod, sounds good, and thanks for the info. I've ran rubix focused on my X for a bit, but never really dug into all the details. Sounds like you got everything under control! Can't wait to see all that you can do with gingerbread!
     
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    So far so good. Battery life is phenomenal. What scripts did you include and what feedback do you need Drod?
     
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    Thank you drod2169. Your roms are incredible and I can't wait to see what you end up doing with gingerbread.
     
  4. drod2169

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    so far, just the zipalign script. i told you, it's real basic ;)

    i have some work to do still... rubiX FuzzyBread is almost done, though
     
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    Froyo, Gingy, FuzzyBread, DrodSpeed, GingerComb etc.......theses names have me ROTFL.

    Bring on the molded with fuzz goodness DRod. ;-) It's always been worth the wait with you fondling our data.
     
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    Yea, fuzzy bread used to be a bad thing that was to be discarded. Now it's a good thing!!
     
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    Yeah, I have noticed strange behavior from the hard keys. Sometimes on, sometimes off. Is it possible they can be responding to the amount of light in the room?
     
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    I'm not running blurry bread yet (will be flashing in a few mins lol), but I've noticed this on rooted/deodexed GB too. It's possible that it's an ambient light response, since they only seem to turn on when it's very well lit in the room, but that's just a guess.

    I stopped using Adj Brightness because I had issues with the screen locking on me and not turning back on after a while. If I hit the power button, I could just barely see my lockscreen, but it would never fully turn on. Also I noticed that when I hit the power button to turn my screen off, I was getting backlight bleeding and that the screen wasn't completely turned off.

    I'm now using an app called Screen Filter to adjust screen brightness. It's very simple and easy to adjust, and it can also toggle the hard button backlights. It seems to do a pretty decent job saving battery life from the display (maybe 10% less usage in my battery stats).
     
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    Right now I am at 15 hours uptime with 50% battery (extended). That doesn't sound amazing but when I think of the two 40min calls, 5 <10min calls, couple hundred texts, a dozen or so emails, and multiple web browsing minutes,,,,,simply incredible for my X. GB is a complete win as far as I'm concerned. I was not able to come near these numbers on 2.2 no matter how hard Drod tweaked the juice out of the rom. Can't wait to see further improvements on this framework.
     
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    Over on MyDroidWorld.com it was stated that ro.com.motorola.smartsensor=true was missing from the build.props file. Not sure if this is true for BlurryBread. I will check later.

    Sent from my DROIDX using Tapatalk
     
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    I just took a quick glance, I did not see it in the build.props file.