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15th May 2015, 04:38 AM |#141  
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No update is overdue...just welcome...
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15th May 2015, 05:18 PM |#142  
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No update is overdue...just welcome...

True. Though after seeing that there was a lot of updates for mako, it's kind of unfair to not update flo as often lool XD.
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Speaking of updates not arriving often, it looked like I was a bit too fast yesterday... XD

V3:

- Merged 5.1.1 kernel sources.

Enjoy!
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True. Though after seeing that there was a lot of updates for mako, it's kind of unfair to not update flo as often lool XD.

Yeah...it's a bit of a bummer...😕

Will be giving v3 a run out tonight... I'll let you know how it goes...
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Speaking of updates not arriving often, it looked like I was a bit too fast yesterday... XD

V3:

- Merged 5.1.1 kernel sources.

Enjoy!

Oh yeah! Nice work as always!
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An update from my last post, updating from V1 to V3 definitely improved performance A LOT. Might have been something wrong with V1 or franco's r21
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An update from my last post, updating from V1 to V3 definitely improved performance A LOT. Might have been something wrong with V1 or franco's r21

Hmm, it might be related to either the toolchain updated to 5.1 or maybe the optimizations I've added into V2.

What rom are you using? You may have some issues because you used a rom that was based on CM.
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Hmm, it might be related to either the toolchain updated to 5.1 or maybe the optimizations I've added into V2.

What rom are you using? You may have some issues because you used a rom that was based on CM.

I used to be on CM12+SM franco, but I migrated back to stock google factory image since 5.1 was released. Wiped and reflashed all partitions including boot and recovery to make sure I had a fresh start. After that I started having the graphic and touch problems, with stock kernel and quanta v1. One thing I hadn't flashed was the touch driver fix I mentioned earlier, which I used on kitkat, because the nature of the problems seemed different.

Now that quanta v3 made my touch screen behave identically like it did on kitkat without the fix (i.e. fixed the graphic glitches I was having) and have been like this consistently for the last few days, I decided to flash the fix to see if I achieved the desired result, which as far as I can tell from a few minutes of using it, it has.
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I used to be on CM12+SM franco, but I migrated back to stock google factory image since 5.1 was released. Wiped and reflashed all partitions including boot and recovery to make sure I had a fresh start. After that I started having the graphic and touch problems, with stock kernel and quanta v1. One thing I hadn't flashed was the touch driver fix I mentioned earlier, which I used on kitkat, because the nature of the problems seemed different.

Now that quanta v3 made my touch screen behave identically like it did on kitkat without the fix (i.e. fixed the graphic glitches I was having) and have been like this consistently for the last few days, I decided to flash the fix to see if I achieved the desired result, which as far as I can tell from a few minutes of using it, it has.

Actually from v2 I literally disabled the stock mpdecision which was causing issues with my mako users. I'm pretty sure that perhaps mpdecision was doing something to your device which is why you had those weird glitches.

Anyways, nice to see that your tablet is up again.
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