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[INFO][ROM] Guide to build AOSP 4.2. Builds provided for crespo and 4g 2013-02-20

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23rd February 2013, 04:14 PM |#481  
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Re: [INFO][ROM] Guide to build AOSP 4.2. Builds provided for crespo and 4g 2013-02-20
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No bugs on the Nexus S that I can tell. Not as smooth as I want but at least it's running the latest android.



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For Me Is The Best !!!

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also guys dont forget to flash this patch while video recording touch screen fc.. here the patch :http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2093554

Wow..gonna test..hope this rom not drain battery so much..thx for feedback dude :thumbup:

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work great in my nexus.
11th March 2013, 04:51 PM |#484  
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New builds:

Changelog:
Rebase on 4.2.2

Updated github trees:
repo init -u git://github.com/diclusial/platform_manifest.git -b greenblue-4.2.2



Activity in the 4G forum is fading fast. Everyone is ready to move on.

Feedback:
1. It delays when reacting screen
2. Volume is lower than before during calls.
3. WIFI is disconnected when the screen is off, and the WIFI icon turns from blue to grey. It will connect to WIFI when the screen is turned on.

Sorry for my poor English. Waiting for your reply.
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11th March 2013, 05:12 PM |#485  
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Feedback:
1. It delays when reacting screen
2. Volume is lower than before during calls.
3. WIFI is disconnected when the screen is off, and the WIFI icon turns from blue to grey. It will connect to WIFI when the screen is turned on.

Sorry for my poor English. Waiting for your reply.

sorry but no problem here !!!
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13th March 2013, 10:48 AM |#486  
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sorry but no problem here !!!

I'm using Greenblue-crespo-20130220 with GApps-20130301
17th March 2013, 06:14 AM |#487  
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Feedback:
1. It delays when reacting screen
2. Volume is lower than before during calls.
3. WIFI is disconnected when the screen is off, and the WIFI icon turns from blue to grey. It will connect to WIFI when the screen is turned on.

Sorry for my poor English. Waiting for your reply.

1. The phone hardware is starting to show its age and its having trouble keeping up. Only suggestions I have would be to change the kernel and/or CPU governor.
2. No clue.
3. Settings->Wifi->Advanced Make sure "Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep" is set to Always.
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17th March 2013, 09:27 AM |#488  
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Greenblue your aosp rom is perfect on my nexus !! No problem ,no reboot !! Fast like always
17th March 2013, 02:02 PM |#489  
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1. The phone hardware is starting to show its age and its having trouble keeping up. Only suggestions I have would be to change the kernel and/or CPU governor.
2. No clue.
3. Settings->Wifi->Advanced Make sure "Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep" is set to Always.

Im sure that "Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep" has been set to Always. But the problem is still there.
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Im sure that "Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep" has been set to Always. But the problem is still there.

Other than unchecking "Avoid poor connections" and "Wi-Fi optimization", I have no other suggestions.
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