MadManOriginal wrote:Does the Wifi/web browsing battery life not suck? That was the only thing I was was genuinely disappointed with about the Touchpad.
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I love my TP a lot, but with no Netflix app for it, I'm getting antsy, so I've been following the latest news on this mod in hopes it was soon ready for prime time. My ONLY concern is hosing or harming my existing WebOS, as it is exactly the way I want it, offering up both music and movies that I've sync'ed from my server.
The Kindle Fire does the same thing (or at least did when I got rid of it in August), even when using Amazon's charger but if you let it sit and checked back, you'd see the battery % was actually climbing. That was with CM9, though not sure if they got that fixed for CM10
Bingo doesn't matter what the source is, including an HP charger. It will report active charging but the battery does not charge, and the battery status indicator in "Settings" will still indicate "discharging".
there are some reports of WebOS hard locking after certain combinations of UI operations so it may be a hardware problem rather than a ROM stability issue.
ludi wrote:ChronoReverse wrote:Unless it's not charging even with the HP charger?
I started with a fully charged battery and ran the whole process with the unit on the charging dock. I also evicted all non essential media and personal files from the unit before starting, just to make sure those wouldn't interfere with the storage modifications. The initial install took about a half hour IIRC, subsequent updates using CWM were much quicker. After dismissing the final application, the system hardlocked with the left edge of the display still "dimmed" from using the window manager. Wouldn't respond to the Power or the HP/Home button, at all.
of standby, I'm at 75% battery life. I checked the battery meter in WebOS just to be sure and it matches what CM10 is reporting, so it seems to be doing great. Seems like a good performer, overall.
Since pulling it from the charger dock this afternoon, I've had it running for about 7.5 hours with BT and Wi Fi both on, including a brief reboot to WebOS, and after a combined 2 hours web browsing, 0.5 hours casual gaming, 0.5 hours tweaking the settings, and 4.5 hours of standby, I'm at 75% battery life. I checked the battery meter in WebOS just to be sure and it matches what CM10 is reporting, so it seems to be doing great. Seems like a good Air Max 90 Junior
performer, overall. I figured that might help minimize the chances of a dead Touchpad due to low battery in Android. Something to consider if you're seeing any kind of charging wierdness.
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ludi wrote:MadManOriginal wrote:Does the Wifi/web browsing battery life not suck? That was the only thing I was was genuinely disappointed with about the Touchpad.
Any chance of buggering my existing WebOS by doing this mod ?? I own the HP charging pad and the BT keyboard, and I really do use the Touchpad on an almost daily basis. I simply can't afford to have it roll over and crap out on me. As part of the setup process, ACMEInstaller3 modifies the boot loader to concurrently handle WebOS, ClockWork Mod recovery, and CM10, and then partitions out about 1.5GB of disk space in which CM10 and associated Android apps will live (the remainder of the TP's space is viewed by CM10 as SD external storage).
For those who don't already know, Power + Volume Down + HP/Home for about 10 15 seconds inovkes a hard reset. It came back up like nothing had happened, so no big deal, just a little surprising given Nike Air Max 90 Ultra Og 'infrared' Se how stable the 11/16 release has been. However, Air Max 90 Womens White
First reaction: WowThere are some bugs with the notification volume levels (choice are basically Off, Loud, and Louder, in contrast to WebOS and its choices of Off, Softer, Soft) and I can't change the default keyboard mapping without crashing the Settings utility, although it does otherwise work fine with my hp BT keyboard. But after getting the Google Play Store set up and logging in, I basically have this thing doing 90% of what my phone can do, and it's been stable so far. It's slightly slower than my Galaxy Nexus in loading larger apps but this is impressive for 18 month old hardware running an alpha compilation. And I can still boot to WebOS with nothing but the extra bootloader step. Nice! And so far, highly recommended.
I finally did some research this week on dual booting CyanogenMod on the TouchPad and discovered it was possible without harming the WebOS install, so I finally decided to do it this weekend. (Among other things, 4.1 has the Project Butter UI enhancements, and the latest CM10 compilation is supposed to have the best battery life.)
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