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  1. Foppa_21's Avatar
    I'm starting to think the security wipe after installing makes a big difference. I installed this last week while traveling and had horrible battery life. I went back to 2009, but after an overnight reboot, reinstalled 2354 yesterday morning. After the 2354 install, I did a security wipe and then set everything up. Great battery life yesterday, no overnight reboots, and then this morning I've dropped just 10% in 4 hours with light activity (few emails, text and browsing).

    Who knows if there's a common "secret to success" here as everyone sees varying results. But this works for me. VZW -4
    06-02-13 03:31 PM
  2. DetlevCM's Avatar
    I am starting to have issues understanding this OS...
    Before getting sleep on Saturday I we through some OS shuffling and then left the phone off the charger over night - wonderful battery life, the way it should be...

    Layer today, the 15 minute interval poet draw spikes again...
    The only thing o can think off that has changed is me adding BlackBerry Channels, but then I think in had them before on leaks without any significant side effects... where do these per draw spikes come from... ??? And reboots do not help...

    10.1.0.2354 Autoloader for STL100-2//3/4-img_00000310.png

    This makes no sense... nothing else changed... but something is running...
    (The standby visible on the far left of the graph is one of the best I have seen so far)

    Posted via CB10
    06-02-13 03:33 PM
  3. DetlevCM's Avatar
    Addon: I also activated encryption for the internal memory which was not on immediately... but battery draw was fine with encryption in the past....

    Posted via CB10
    06-02-13 03:34 PM
  4. Norg's Avatar
    [QUOTE=Foppa_21;8585570]

    Running a periodic secur. wipe helps tremendously.

    Posted with my STL100-3 OS version .2354 on AT&T
    06-02-13 03:54 PM
  5. bluetroll's Avatar
    I'm starting to think the security wipe after installing makes a big difference. I installed this last week while traveling and had horrible battery life. I went back to 2009, but after an overnight reboot, reinstalled 2354 yesterday morning. After the 2354 install, I did a security wipe and then set everything up. Great battery life yesterday, no overnight reboots, and then this morning I've dropped just 10% in 4 hours with light activity (few emails, text and browsing).

    Who knows if there's a common "secret to success" here as everyone sees varying results. But this works for me. VZW -4
    I think the bad battery life comes from the device syncing and organizing to make it more efficient. I had absolutely terrible battery life the first 12 hours after I installed .2354. I considered going back to official 10.1, but the device battery drain seemed to stabilize.

    Now it's at par or better than official 10.1. The device also seems to be a fit smoother too.
    06-02-13 04:19 PM
  6. jhanks64's Avatar
    I have Verizon also...load up the 1917 radio, it is from the Verizon specific OS2009. Been running for 2 days with it on 2354 and it has been solid, a very good on battery. I have been running 4G for the past 4 hours and have over 60% left. When running WIFI, I went 8 hours of heavy use and dropped to 30%....very respectable for how much I use my Z10.

    Posted via CB10
    Last night I flashed the 1917 Radio onto my .2354 OS and wow, I could see the improvement right away!
    06-02-13 04:26 PM
  7. DrewBarrett's Avatar
    Is anybody still getting reboots with this build? I think I might not be... my boottime.txt says last night at 11:00 p.m.... don't know if I did that or if it was a reboot, I was kind of drunk.
    Foppa_21 likes this.
    06-02-13 05:04 PM
  8. LazyEvul's Avatar
    Is anybody still getting reboots with this build? I think I might not be... my boottime.txt says last night at 11:00 p.m.... don't know if I did that or if it was a reboot, I was kind of drunk.
    I might be, but I'm not sure whether I held the power button by accident or if it was an actual random reboot, so I'm keeping an eye out.
    06-02-13 05:07 PM
  9. blockbuy's Avatar
    Check that bridge isn't on and turn off location settings, turn down that brightness and have screen lock set to a a low time (mines a min).

    The more things you have on when not needing them the more your wasting battery.


    Why does a fresh build automatically turn on NFC?

    Posted via CB10
    06-02-13 05:29 PM
  10. HedoBum's Avatar
    This phone came with NFC enabled (probably as an indication that it was included in this system) from factory. It just defaults to factory settings when you load the new OS

    Posted via CB10 on a sexy Z10
    06-02-13 05:47 PM
  11. mdarr's Avatar
    Haven't read all the replies but is anyone experiencing mms issues with this release? I keep getting a "general problem" error when sending mms msgs.
    06-02-13 06:18 PM
  12. Kris Simundson's Avatar
    Haven't read all the replies but is anyone experiencing mms issues with this release? I keep getting a "general problem" error when sending mms msgs.
    Security wipe solves that

    Posted via CB10
    06-02-13 06:21 PM
  13. mdarr's Avatar
    Thanks Kris

    Posted via CB10
    06-02-13 06:26 PM
  14. Baconwich's Avatar
    Was having issues installing this one, just stuck at "connecting to bootrom", but it turns out I was just using a bad USB cable that I still hadn't gotten around to throwing out(it's in the bin now).

    I'd used 2342 for so long that I hadn't even bothered to reinstall the channels beta yet. I guess I'll be spending yet another Sunday overnight at work setting up my phone.

    And to think that I left Android to get away from the stress of constantly feeling I need to keep up with nightlies. =P
    06-02-13 06:55 PM
  15. vecharo's Avatar
    loading this on my ATT stl-3. Those who have had issues with MMS...was it only after using the autoloader? Just to see how to do it i'm loading via sachibar. so far so good, just waiting for it to finish upgrading (73% complete).

    After this I load the 1917 radio is that correct? I thought I read that the 1917 radio with 2354 was a very good combo for battery life. Can anyone confirm?
    thanks
    06-02-13 07:20 PM
  16. ckroboth's Avatar
    loading this on my ATT stl-3. Those who have had issues with MMS...was it only after using the autoloader? Just to see how to do it i'm loading via sachibar. so far so good, just waiting for it to finish upgrading (73% complete).

    After this I load the 1917 radio is that correct? I thought I read that the 1917 radio with 2354 was a very good combo for battery life. Can anyone confirm?
    thanks
    1917 radio is specific to Verizon from OS2009. I have seen excellent battery life on my Verizon 100-4 z10.


    There may be a radio for ATT but not sure the number or battery experience.


    Posted via CB10
    06-02-13 07:32 PM
  17. dj_matty_s's Avatar
    It does appear to be a good combo. I had 1881 originally and 1917 is definitely an improvement.

    Posted via CB10
    06-02-13 07:32 PM
  18. just_luc's Avatar
    loading this on my ATT stl-3. Those who have had issues with MMS...was it only after using the autoloader? Just to see how to do it i'm loading via sachibar. so far so good, just waiting for it to finish upgrading (73% complete).

    After this I load the 1917 radio is that correct? I thought I read that the 1917 radio with 2354 was a very good combo for battery life. Can anyone confirm?
    thanks
    I loaded this one using sanchibar and I did have the mms issue BUT I loaded the last one with an auto loader, and I assume I had the problem then and just didn't realize it. Then when I upgraded over that OS to this one the problem carried through..

    1917 radio is specific to Verizon from OS2009. I have seen excellent battery life on my Verizon 100-4 z10.

    Posted via CB10
    So for those of us not on verizon the 1917 radio is not recommended? Has anyone come up with a combo that gave them a measurable improvement on Rogers?
    06-02-13 07:34 PM
  19. Lendo's Avatar
    I loaded this one using sanchibar and I did have the mms issue BUT I loaded the last one with an auto loader, and I assume I had the problem then and just didn't realize it. Then when I upgraded over that OS to this one the problem carried through..



    So for those of us not on verizon the 1917 radio is not recommended? Has anyone come up with a combo that gave them a measurable improvement on Rogers?
    I'm running .2354 as is on Rogers and it's really good. I'm only down 29% since 9am with light use and the majority of that was using Endomondo during my morning ride.
    06-02-13 07:38 PM
  20. just_luc's Avatar
    I'm running .2354 as is on Rogers and it's really good. I'm only down 29% since 9am with light use and the majority of that was using Endomondo during my morning ride.
    hrmmm.. I'm not experiencing the same, I was down 75% after only 4 hours off the charger today, and my weekend use is much lighter then it normally is. With .2342 I was getting a full day with moderate use, but it was glitchy. So far the performance on .2354 seems great, but I can't be charging it every 3 to 5 hours.
    06-02-13 07:45 PM
  21. jrcdpm's Avatar
    I am on Verizon running STL-100-4 and have not had any issues with 2354 and the radio that is with it. No re-boots, etc. With that said, would it be worth it to try the 1917 radio or wait and see if lbfe releases the 2354 radio for STL-100-4. He hinted he might release it today on a prior post.
    06-02-13 07:58 PM
  22. KenV54's Avatar
    It does appear to be a good combo. I had 1881 originally and 1917 is definitely an improvement.

    Posted via CB10
    Which model do you have and which carrier? And in what way is 1917 better? Battery life? Clarity?

    I'm using 1881 on 100-3 and AT&T (which is pretty much the same as Rogers and T Mobile, I believe) and wonder whether to go to 1917, which I think was meant for Verizon (100-4).

    Posted via CB10
    06-02-13 08:14 PM
  23. Lendo's Avatar
    hrmmm.. I'm not experiencing the same, I was down 75% after only 4 hours off the charger today, and my weekend use is much lighter then it normally is. With .2342 I was getting a full day with moderate use, but it was glitchy. So far the performance on .2354 seems great, but I can't be charging it every 3 to 5 hours.
    Which install method did you use? Previously I used the autoloader and had terrible results. This time I used sachibar to update from .1880 to .2354 and after the first sync it's been amazing.
    06-02-13 08:16 PM
  24. just_luc's Avatar
    Which install method did you use? Previously I used the autoloader and had terrible results. This time I used sachibar to update from .1880 to .2354 and after the first sync it's been amazing.
    I used sanchibar as well.. I just did a security wipe to solve the mms issue, now i'll give it one more day tomorrow to see how the battery holds up during a normal work day.
    06-02-13 08:42 PM
  25. Lendo's Avatar
    I used sanchibar as well.. I just did a security wipe to solve the mms issue, now i'll give it one more day tomorrow to see how the battery holds up during a normal work day.
    Don't know what to tell you. I never had to do a wipe. Everything worked from the start.
    06-02-13 08:45 PM
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