Edited by Spc. Hicks, 14 May 2011 - 10:15 AM.
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Posted 14 May 2011 - 10:12 AM
I don't know about you guys but personally I really think it sucks that we can only choose between 3 kernels with the newer Nightlies in order to use the USB Transfer option. Quite a few builds ago (not sure when), the devs here found a way to fix the wired tether issues with CM7. The problem was that when they fixed the Wired Tether issue, they cut out the option to use any other kernel and still have the ability to use the USB Transfer option. At first, you had to use ONLY the stock kernel in order to use USB Transfer on your device. Well since then 2 other people have came out with Kernels that will do this too. The problem is variety, personally I like CorCor's ULV *Juiced* 1100mhz kernel which helps give me over 30+ hours of battery life. However, If I want to use that kernel, then I sacrifice my USB Transfer capabilities (unless I do it through recovery). Just wondering what is everyone else's opinion on this?
Posted 17 May 2011 - 04:38 AM
30+ hours with how much usage?
Moderate to Heavy, I am however using an extended battery too.