Please vote/comment on both if you're affected by this issue. Thanks!
I voted on both issues as I have been affected by them in the past. I was going to post the output of my top commands with and without autorotate (as shown in the Google Code comments), but top currently doesn't display any difference in the system_server process consuming more CPU one way or the other...which I guess is good for me, but not good for the bug report. :-\
Phone: Sprint Nexus S 4G ROM: CM10.1 Nightlies Recovery: ClockWorkMOD 184.108.40.206 Touch Cannibal Open Touch v2.1 CPU Settings: ONDEMAND Min: 200Mhz Max: 1000Mhz19 576 Radio: 2.42.01.04.29 Tweaks: V6 SuperCharger : 3G TurboCharger : KickAss Kernel
Is Apollo working for everyone? I keep getting FC's
yes, it's working with latest nightly, as it has been lately. On the other hand, it's not 100%, I've been noticing some malfunctioning with the update of db, when we add some files/folders in SD card, it doesn't find/load them right away. In some cases I had to reboot the device in order to get those new items listed.
When I don't want to mess with Apollo, I just use ES file explorer media player and it goes ok!
Honestly, I gave up on Apollo during CM10 (or it might have even been CM9), and actually disabled it in the Manage Apps section. I've been using Google Music exclusively ever since and it works well.
Originally Posted by jokkir
Same here. It's a shame because it seems pretty decent when it downloads the album art for you automatically. The problem with it is that it crashes way too often to be used daily. :\
Same. I liked it, the interface is good, but sometimes it just became sloooooooow. And there's bugs sometimes with DSP Manager not applying. Overall it's a shame because it would be perfect if it didn't glitch all the time. Google Music is what I use now, simply got my album art fixed with album art finder and done deal.
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