10-14-2011 03:00 AM
A few collected thoughts;
10-14-2011 03:05 PM
The team has a plan to address the multiple SD Card issue soon. While it impacts your SGS2 it also impacts Honeycomb Tablets as well. The internal mount structure is very different in the 3.x version of Android. It sounds like your Samsung is similar in this fashion.
We're also undertaking a design review. At some point in th enear future you should see a change in the UI for NMU.
As to the Battery information, keep in mind that the relationship is not exact and is variable depending on what is happening on the device. The 115 item you mention could potentially be a typo bug. Are you able to take a screenshot? I might mean 1 day, 15 hours, 51 minutes and not 115 hours, 51 minutes.
10-22-2011 02:36 AM
I tried in vain getting a screen shot posted. Perhaps jpg vs jpeg wouldn't stick, I tried more than 20 times getting past the CAPTCHA words? Any way the battery side, 115:51 was last time today it's 193:21. IT wouldn't be 1 day 93 hrs of course because 2 digits before semicolon are going higher than 24 all the time. Anyway the calculations do not seem to use previous history (ie, how many background apps, services typically run) to work out the amount of power left.
Anyway on a different note another improvement idea for you...
The "Widget Panel" which contains 4 items of data, but there are settings for only 3 of them. # of open apps is the only piece of data on that panel that is static and not configurable in any way, while the others are data usage, total calls and total SMS. To be honest # open apps is pretty irrelevant. I'd like to see the Battery % charge in that panel, or some other pick list of items. I can't think a reason anyone should worry about how many open apps there are running?