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Old 08-19-2012, 08:41 PM   #11
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Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: Tehran, Iran - Halifax, Canada
Device: KPW2 3G, iPhone 5s
Quote:
Originally Posted by geekmaster View Post
If you type "fastboot" with no parameters, it displays usage information, including the flash partition names:

kernel = primary kernel
diags_kernel = diags kernel
Seeing this thread made me suspicious of my KT too. I've been usbnet-ing to it just with WiFi (no cable) last week and the charge just lasted 5 1/2 days. See here:

Code:
Kindle Touch test of battery life for {more-than-normal} wifi usbnet use (no usb cable attached):
Start with 100%: August 14, 2012
End with 10% August 19, 2012
Is it normal? Well, I know it's not a good question as it depends on how much Kindle's been used, but just wanted to ask to reassure.

I don't remember if I flashed it the right way or not, but when I check the version of kernel in main and diags, they are both:
Code:
Linux kindle 2.6.31-rt11-lab126 #1 Tue Jul 17 16:55:47 PDT 2012 armv7l GNU/Linux
My suspicion is if my kernel_diags and my diags partition do match?!

P.S. I used mmcblk0p2_ssh but not sure which one from http://pastebin.com/Wdw4L7yT.
P.S.S. Obviously my main is working + I can go to my diags and SSH there too, so no problem in terms of functionality... I'm just asking for battery issues (if it matters at all!)

@geekmaster: how can an unmatching kernel and image affect battery use?

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