Dammit! For all my other stuff on XDA I always get an e-mail when there's a reply, but they haven't been sending them out for this thread so I just assumed there wasn't any replies >.<! My bad!
I'll definitely look into it, but I can't make any promises.
I'll check into this, I haven't done the incremental updates so I'll have to see what's up with them.
The Cyanogen Inc. theme engine is very resource-hungry, and I'm in agreement with the OmniROM team's decision to not include it. Maybe in the future it'll be different, but for now it seems more like Cyanogen Inc. dumped this unfinished mess on the public to let them find the bugs and fix it rather than do it themselves before releasing it.
Disclaimer: This is just MY opinion and is not meant as a representation of an official OmniROM opinion in any way, shape or form.
Interesting to hear about the compass...
As far as I know, it is not pulled from Cyanogen Inc., which would probably be for the best.
Glad to hear everything is working out for ya.
I am aware of WiFi not automatically connecting, it'll do so after turning WiFi off and then on again however. That slight inconvenience probably helps save battery though, so it'd be cool to see if I can make it something configurable.
I wasn't even aware that the stock ROM was a mess with 4G data as well, yikes! You guys have really gotten the shaft it seems.
Any donation is greatly appreciated! Most donations I have received were invested into things to help with development, some examples would be: parts for fixing my Galaxy Nexus, a Bluetooth 4.0 adapter for my dev laptop to help with developing/debugging Bluetooth, microUSB cables (mine wear out all the time due to their constant usage!), Coca-Cola or Pepsi (whatever is on sale, I like 'em both) to keep me going when developing stuff, etc.
I can really stretch a little bit of money really far too: the Bluetooth 4.0 adapter (which includes really fast WiFi too, 300Mbps 802.11n
) I snagged for $15, and it's an Atheros! I constantly find 12 packs of soda on sale for $3 each, sometimes even $2.50 each. $5 can get me 24 cans of soda!!
If you do donate, consider doing it with Google Wallet if you can. PayPal charges some pretty ridiculous fees, Google Wallet doesn't have any fees, so a $5 donation via Google Wallet is $5 when I receive it, but a $5 donation via PayPal ends up being more like $4.50. I've got credit/debit/whatever cards linked to Google Wallet and PayPal, so I can use them wherever regardless of whether or not they're accepted as official payment methods somewhere too
Are you talking about
Settings --> More... (under the Wireless & Networks heading) --> Mobile Networks --> Data Roaming?
I'm really surprised at how well everything is working on toroplus!!
I thought 90% of the replies here would be serious issues or something...