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What does it fix over LPQ, exactly ?

Either way I don't think I'll have time to do it before tomorrow, IF I do it.
It appears to fix a few touch panel issues, scrolling smoothness issues and that awkward home button lag.
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It appears to fix a few touch panel issues, scrolling smoothness issues and that awkward home button lag.
+++++1...I agreed. LP7 is far more smoother than LPQ and literally no bugs till now. Once I use the chainfire LPQ kernel to get root, its slows down eventhough rooting is going through fine..
 
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why nandroid backup on Galaxy S2 don't backup efs partition?

I remember that on Galaxy S was included.
 
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+++++1...I agreed. LP7 is far more smoother than LPQ and literally no bugs till now. Once I use the chainfire LPQ kernel to get root, its slows down eventhough rooting is going through fine..
Use the LPQ CF-Root to obtain root, then re-flash the stock LP7 kernel .
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why nandroid backup on Galaxy S2 don't backup efs partition?

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Isn't that included in system.ext4.tar?
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LP7 also fixes double SMS issue, LPE as well.

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What does it fix over LPQ, exactly ?

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Hi Guys,

As you can see from my Sig. that I'm running on CF-Root 5.3. As, CF-Root v5.4 is now available with fix, can i flash it from CWM Manager or Mobile Odin Pro [with Ever Root enabled], rather using Odin from PC? This would save some work and easy process!

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What does it fix over LPQ, exactly ?

Either way I don't think I'll have time to do it before tomorrow, IF I do it.
Truely speaking: I flashed LP7... And it scrolls like crazy... very sensitive, little touch and you're miles away down or up... I personally do not like it. Other issues reported about LPQ? I don't have any of them, so LP7 fixes nothing for me...
 
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Truely speaking: I flashed LP7... And it scrolls like crazy... very sensitive, little touch and you're miles away down or up... I personally do not like it. Other issues reported about LPQ? I don't have any of them, so LP7 fixes nothing for me...
since when more sensitive and smoother scrolling is a bad thing?
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