Wirelessly posted (9000 OS 220.127.116.11)
Not at all it depends on the way you set the things, some of them stay, depending on what you change.Quote:
Originally Posted by yourfriendwayned
Is all about settings lol
I was never able to figure out how to save the settings when I used this in the past. I honestly never got much out of this. Except when I was having battery drain issues.
You can check to make sure you aren't drawing too much power...
Once you are viewing your engineering screen go to OS engineering screen>Battery>Battery monitoring screen with the normal apps idling in the background your should be around 50-75mA at 7-11mV of voltage draw.
That was more of a status report though.
Everyone does know this has been out for a long, long time right? Such as, I was doing this in November 2008.
I thought everyone knew about it. lol
I don't....sorry bro...I should have written them down
It was all under GPS options and had to do with tightening the tolerances on the antenna.
Took me 3 or 4 times to get them to stick. They were reverting to OEM settings.
something that ive always wondered was, in 5.0 os' would there be a new engineering screen or possibly even more options?
Schuweet, Went in and set my gps to standalone mode and now my gps apps work. Thanks for posting this. No need for ten foot poles here just a bunch of settings and cool info like device ip and whatnot. very cool.
Can these 'secret screens' help in identifying the apps that cause the main leaks in Os5? Also, does the CPU actually overclock? Is there an actual impact on the use or is it just theoretical?
can someone post their working GPS options? =(
Screwed up the GPS, and it won't find me anymore
Moral of the day : don't forget to write down what you have changed... ._."