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12th February 2013, 07:40 PM |#2621  
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Does 4.2 jb cyanogen is better than 4.1.2 stock rom?

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Does 4.2 jb cyanogen is better than 4.1.2 stock rom?

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That depends what one prefers.
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Does 4.2 jb cyanogen is better than 4.1.2 stock rom?

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IMO, taking into account all bads and goods, 4.1.2 stock is a little better overall.
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IMO, taking into account all bads and goods, 4.1.2 stock is a little better overall.

Could you clarify?
16th February 2013, 11:48 PM |#2625  
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Could you clarify?

There's overall to many bugs in aosp. Compare aosp bugs to tw bugs and in the end tw is a little better.

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17th February 2013, 12:06 AM |#2626  
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I have been using CM10.1 that is 4.2.2 based now, and the only bugs I encountered are camera based. Its rock stable in any other regard...but to each his own.

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If I'm home and my phone sits on the night stand it has great battery life.
When I'm at work, I have to charge it at lunch time if I wish to make it through the day.

Are you running a stock or a custom ROM ?

Do you have WLAN / DATA access active at work and not when it's on your night stand ?
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Do we need a key lime pie discussion thread soon?: p

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18th February 2013, 08:47 PM |#2629  
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And what about the battery? Consumption isn't excessive?

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The battery was better on ICS because the hardware acceleration in jb adding to the smooth and fast experience but used up battery like a female dog. Hopefully project butter is an on going project that will get better and better on battery in time.

What features are we anticipating for future iterations of the s3 firmware?

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Good idea with the thread
I was getting a little frustrated with all the "Jellybean update now!" threads that had me thinking it had arrived!
I am looking forward to it though, I'm guessing within the next few weeks...

I've played around with a couple of the leaked JB ROMs, but I'm currently going through a phase of enjoying a completely stock experience, so I'm eager for JB to arrive.

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