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17th November 2012, 03:05 AM |#21  
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WOW What, 259mb free ram? Off a fresh install? That's crazy.. Slim Bean + marmite 6.7.11 isn't even close to 200mb free ram.

Yea I couldn't believe at first but it was the first boot... it later reduced to 150mb -.- lol false hope from my phone to me

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17th November 2012, 03:39 AM |#22  
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Is GAPPs included or not? Anybody used an inverted version?
17th November 2012, 04:19 AM |#23  
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What is the difference between nightly and stable?

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Nightly is the version released constantly when they are adding updates to the ROM; there are known bugs/issues.
Stable is the stable version (indeed) but nightly is more up to date.
17th November 2012, 08:32 AM |#24  
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17th November 2012, 05:37 PM |#25  
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did anyone have issues with the wifi? when I tried it on my Nexus S it was able to pick up the wifi signals but when I made it connect to my home wifi it just gets stuck at "Authenticating....", turned the wifi off and on didn't seem to make a difference.
17th November 2012, 05:42 PM |#26  
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No all ok., Have you changed the channel on the router ?

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did anyone have issues with the wifi? when I tried it on my Nexus S it was able to pick up the wifi signals but when I made it connect to my home wifi it just gets stuck at "Authenticating....", turned the wifi off and on didn't seem to make a difference.

17th November 2012, 06:07 PM |#27  
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My only problem is with the sudden increase and decrease in brightness...back to stock because of this.

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17th November 2012, 08:12 PM |#28  
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Thumbs up Any suggestion regarding Governor and Scheduler
Any body please suggest which governor and associated scheduler to use for i9023 Nexus S using CM 10.0.0-crespo Stable version.

Available Governors are:
  1. ONDEMAND
  2. CONSERVATIVE
  3. USERSPACE
  4. POWERSAVE
  5. INTERACTIVE
  6. PERFORMANCE

Available Schedulers are:
  1. noop
  2. deadline
  3. cfq
  4. bfq

Any more suggestion to increase battery backup is highly appreciated....


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17th November 2012, 10:01 PM |#29  
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What's the difference between Marmite kernel and the CM10 kernel? Does it offer the "Advance > Display" settings to change colors in Settings? I might try it out but I want that color thing in there
18th November 2012, 02:21 AM |#30  
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What's the difference between Marmite kernel and the CM10 kernel? Does it offer the "Advance > Display" settings to change colors in Settings? I might try it out but I want that color thing in there

Marmite is faster, and yes, it does offer to change colors in settings.
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