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Shawn Mckenzie

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Still waiting for an answer for my question 
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Shawn Mckenzie's profile photozé belchior's profile photo
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Let me guess eta question ❓ May someone bring a chair to this men plz. 
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VJ Prajapati

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Do we have anything for Lenovo A6000 Plus???
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Joyce Roy

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This is about Cyanogenmod?? Cyanogen OS is just another name right ?
CyanogenMod Is Better Than Stock ROM" ? Here are the reasons why you should switch to CyanogenMod : 1. Cleaner Android ..
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ahmed hamed's profile photoAlejandro Luna Mendez's profile photo
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Hi, thanks for your attention ... they wanted to ask when take out the version of CyanogenMod Android Version 5 for the device Samsung Galaxy Nexus (Verizon)?
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Jo Souza

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Usando cm12.1 (17.05.2015) no galaxy gran duos i9082l o game não instala, ???
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Otto Werse's profile photoJo Souza's profile photo
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Não! Apenas root, tinha tasker e nada mais
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Dancer Vesperman

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So, battery life on my phone (and my family's phones) was pretty crap last week. Power just seemed to drain away and away, meaning that the phones had to be charged more frequently and the charging was slower.

And we fixed it.

It turned out to be the wireless access point.

What was happening was the phones were losing connection to the wireless at odd moments, so they'd do what the phone does, and switch to mobile-data. Then they'd reestablish the wireless connection and switch back to that. This seemed to happen more often when the phone was idle than when it was actively in-use.

The thing is, that every time the phone does this (it is called 'Changing Network State') there's a whole bunch of apps get notified. Facebook wants to quickly check in on its servers, Google+ ditto, and your calendar, your weather app, and so on and so on and so forth.

There's a whole lot of things suddenly fire up when your phone switches from a working wireless connection to mobile data. And again, going the other way.

In Android, most of the communication that happens between those apps on a network state change is handled by a piece of middleware called Google Play Services. So, when you're looking at your battery-usage wondering what is using all of the power, that's the app/service you see at the head of the list. It is there because it is doing the heavy-lifting for a bunch of other, excitable applications.

So, you think (and I thought too!) that Google Play Services is doing something weird or wrong. Not so!

I hadn't thought much about the intermittent wireless connection. I'm using a custom ROM (a Cyanogenmod nightly build), so I thought my intermittent connection might be because of a glitch in that. It wasn't until I found out that the rest of the family was having intermittent wireless problems that I looked a bit deeper. Rebooting the wireless router made the problem go away.

Next day, battery usage when the devices were idle was pretty minimal, and perfectly normal again when in active use.

So, the battery drain was all down to network state changes. I guess that might be a problem if your device is switching between various networks and such as you travel as well.

Something to watch out for.
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Dancer Vesperman's profile photoKevon Daines's profile photo
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Most people believe that at the point of having a low battery life ,that it may be due to the phone. In a manner of speaking yes. Google Android's system deamons as how it's been called under Linux ,does needs to work. One of the many versatilities of the system is its stability to keep these connections always operable.

In my experience with android, the cyanogenmod rom does have a slight advantage when concerned with the battery life. On my HTC HD2 ,which is a old smartphone with a customed Nexus_HD2 rom I had the same problem. This was easily fix by rewriting the " batterystats.bin" to give it the exact amperage your battery will have once fully charged.

How to do this? Simple 😃

Install from google play the following
" battery calibration".

Assuming that your device is rooted you'll need to charge your phone to its full capacity.

Start up the calibration process. It will rewrite the battery stats.bin file to full capacity.

Now use the device until its drained and recharge it turned off. Your device will now take the new battery status and deplete according to your usage.

If you have MAGDLR as a boot loader ,then the option for recharging turned off is not possible.

I have done this on my M9 and it's giving me 2 days on a charge since I only use 4G when needing to search the web.

Have a great day...and this beer round is on me
🍺😛
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Dean Michael Dorman

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Using latest nightly on my bacon. I get the music virtualizer on the lock screen using the built in music player but I can't get it to work using a 3rd party player like GoneMad Music Player.

Suggestions?
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Dean Michael Dorman's profile photoRobin Goyal's profile photo
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Lol
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Suhan Gorya

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What will be the name of next "Nexus -----" ?
Characters or number?

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#android #nexus #google #cyanogen
#smartphone
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Any Number (e.g. Nexus 13)
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Any Charecters(e.g. Nexus M)
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Luca Valsecchi's profile photoNeil W. Humphrey's profile photoAxel Blaze's profile photo
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Binary of course ;)
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Rauno Tegelmann

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I have a serious problem, everytime I try to activate LTE it just switches back to 3g, I'm using an Xperia z1 compact and I have an LTE data plan. I'm getting 23mbps download on my moms xperia z1 compact running stock 5.0.2 and using the same sim, i'm getting max 2mbps down on my amami running cm12.1 latest nightly..
This is a serious dealbreaker because i love cm12.1 (data worked fine on cm11 fyi).

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Toni Goncalves's profile photoRauno Tegelmann's profile photo
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+Toni Goncalves I can't find the radio.img file from stock rom, however I found 1 on xda and flashed that.. No difference however still all the same issues
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BHANU BHATI

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Why this happening since an hour every time I try to connect to servers??
Any solution will be appreciated
I'm on Motorola moto e XT1022
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Soufiane Azz

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Auto rotation not working is last nighlty.. Lg g2 KK baseband.
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Soufiane Azz's profile photoCorey Sheehan's profile photo
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What model do you have and what twrp version do you have?
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Tycho Regter

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What's new in the latest nightly it doesn't show a changelog... 
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Philipp Kiemle's profile photoTycho Regter's profile photo
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+Philipp Kiemle ok thank you
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Akash P (AkZ)

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I'm having an annoying bug..
When I play games or play videos (when the screen goes to landscape from portrait), I'm being sent to lock screen... Like a system ui crash... Any solutions?
Ps. This doesn't happen everything... It happens like 6 out of 10 times 
Edit: device-bacon
23rd nightly 
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Akash P (AkZ)'s profile photoDominik Lenz's profile photo
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+Akash P​ I think i found the problem. I used the gapps from the cyanogenmod site when I had the problems.

I flashed dirty unicorns again a few hours ago and used the pa gapps. And there weren't any system ui crashes yet. 
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DeNig Derura

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It's rumored that Android M will be revealed at I/O 15 ....
What do you think guys.... will it be 6.0 or 5.2??
And, I'm interested in why do you think it will be (your choice), and what do you think it will be named??
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Mikey Johnson's profile photoRaymond Ilano's profile photo
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Moonpie is what I'm going with!
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Toni Goncalves

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IS there a way to turn off all notifications at once on CM12.1? Or is there an app to do that instead of turning off 140 individual notifications? 
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Ryan Stonecipher's profile photoToni Goncalves's profile photo
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I'll try it! Thank You.
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Vaibhav Jain

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How to Install Cm12 Launcher on Android 4.1.2 Jelly bean
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Osman Cayirci

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Is it just me or does Cyanogen OS 12 feel laggy compared to Cyanogenmod 12 / 12.1 ?
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Osman Cayirci's profile photoKris Mooney's profile photo
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Noticing it too . Thinking of flashing new rom 
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Helder Vasconcelos

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I'm a "stock look" kind of guy when it comes to launchers. I love Trebuchet on my CMOS 12 and the new AMAZING Theme app! 
On Trebuchet could you please add customization option to folders (visuals, background, etc) and the ability to change the white background on the app drawer. For me that's the only two missing things  on the quest for perfection!!!
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Prasanna Venkatesan's profile photoJesse Holroyd's profile photo
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Nova just keeps getting better and better. Now with the 'Material Design' look it's killer!
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Ahmad Pirani

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What kind of storage do you prefer?
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Onboard
38%
Removable (so can switch devices easily)
52%
Online (needs Internet everytime)
11%
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David Griffith's profile photoJesse Holroyd's profile photo
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Wouldn't own a phone w/o an SD card slot....until the OnePlus One came in the mail.
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