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CM10.2 M1 on my aging G Nex is an awesome overhaul !

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By kensim781, Member on 6th January 2014, 02:10 PM
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Been running CM10.2 M1 on my G Nex with 4.3.1 for 3 days now and the experience as a daily driver is FANTASTIC !! It's a complete overhaul for the G Nex with it's aging dual core Ti OMAP and 1 Gb RAM. The customisation and tweakings are stellar, so much so that I've revived my old love for my G Nex. Perhasp, I've started to neglet my brand new Nexus 5 as it has been sitting on my desk, powered off for 3 days already. lol...

The N5 is a monster when it comes to performance, nothing can touch it ! Even the fluidity of the CM10.2 on my G Nex is no match. But the customisability of the mod is what wins my heart. Not going to root my N5 anytime soon as it's still brand new as hell hehehe...

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6th January 2014, 03:04 PM |#2  
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Been running CM10.2 M1 on my G Nex with 4.3.1 for 3 days now and the experience as a daily driver is FANTASTIC !! It's a complete overhaul for the G Nex with it's aging dual core Ti OMAP and 1 Gb RAM. The customisation and tweakings are stellar, so much so that I've revived my old love for my G Nex. Perhasp, I've started to neglet my brand new Nexus 5 as it has been sitting on my desk, powered off for 3 days already. lol...

The N5 is a monster when it comes to performance, nothing can touch it ! Even the fluidity of the CM10.2 on my G Nex is no match. But the customisability of the mod is what wins my heart. Not going to root my N5 anytime soon as it's still brand new as hell hehehe...

Have any of you guys felt the same as me ?

Of course the Nexus 5 feels/is faster.

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Been running CM10.2 M1 on my G Nex with 4.3.1 for 3 days now and the experience as a daily driver is FANTASTIC !! It's a complete overhaul for the G Nex with it's aging dual core Ti OMAP and 1 Gb RAM. The customisation and tweakings are stellar, so much so that I've revived my old love for my G Nex. Perhasp, I've started to neglet my brand new Nexus 5 as it has been sitting on my desk, powered off for 3 days already. lol...

The N5 is a monster when it comes to performance, nothing can touch it ! Even the fluidity of the CM10.2 on my G Nex is no match. But the customisability of the mod is what wins my heart. Not going to root my N5 anytime soon as it's still brand new as hell hehehe...

Have any of you guys felt the same as me ?

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6th January 2014, 05:03 PM |#4  
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Btw what speed and did you guys set for the CPU, mine is 700 - 1200 mhz, Interactive. Not sure is it a good choice ?

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Btw what speed and did you guys set for the CPU, mine is 700 - 1200 mhz, Interactive. Not sure is it a good choice ?

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700 is very high. I bet your battery wont last long. Mine is 192-1228

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7th January 2014, 03:39 PM |#6  
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700 is very high. I bet your battery wont last long. Mine is 192-1228

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Will try 192 out...
I've always had mines set on 384-1228, it's what the ROM came with.

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In trickster mod under "max screen off" its set to 576, will that also be okay to set to 192?
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There's issues with 192mhz

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8th January 2014, 02:47 PM |#8  
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There's issues with 192mhz

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What specifically are your issues?

Cause when I first set it to 192 the battery section under settings wasn't displaying correctly, but a simple reboot fixed that issue.

Running 4.1.2 PA ROM, zen 10 kernel.

Also previously CPU governor was set to interactiveX and I noticed a some lag/delay in certain apps but then(now) set it to performance and no lag more.

To early to tell if battery life has improved.
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What specifically are your issues?

Cause when I first set it to 192 the battery section under settings wasn't displaying correctly, but a simple reboot fixed that issue.

Running 4.1.2 PA ROM, zen 10 kernel.

Also previously CPU governor was set to interactiveX and I noticed a some lag/delay in certain apps but then(now) set it to performance and no lag more.

To early to tell if battery life has improved.

It's something about losing mobile data iirc, it's been ages since anyone last talked about it. It dates back to the late ICS era I think..

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It's something about losing mobile data iirc, it's been ages since anyone last talked about it. It dates back to the late ICS era I think..

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Looks like your right, cause before push email notifications worked fine, even with the screen off and now it seems to be broken.

Will be back to confirm after restoring an older backup of ROM.

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Push email seems to be working again even with 192.
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