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[ROM][ARC/ARC S] Arconium ICS 5.0 - "Woop!" [FW:587][1 Nov]

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16th April 2012, 06:10 PM   |  #711  
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Does the Arconium ROM have the new weather widget and new XPERIA S Music Player?

no, Arconium ROM keeps stock looking.
16th April 2012, 07:09 PM   |  #712  
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Installed clean. Works pretty much ok(sluggish compared to arconium 6.1- best arconium ever), but i have a serious issue: in several games(like Angry Birds or Bejeweled 2), display is unresponsive (no touch works,i had to exit to home screen every time). I cannot play those games anymore. Is there any fix? Or go back to good, old,smooth,fast,memory friendly GB??
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16th April 2012, 07:24 PM   |  #713  
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Installed clean. Works pretty much ok(sluggish compared to arconium 6.1- best arconium ever), but i have a serious issue: in several games(like Angry Birds or Bejeweled 2), display is unresponsive (no touch works,i had to exit to home screen every time). I cannot play those games anymore. Is there any fix? Or go back to good, old,smooth,fast,memory friendly GB??

if ur a arc user (not arc s) i suggest u go back to GB, or use the CM9 ICS.
cause the official ICS (now) is for arc s.
arc s and arc has lil bit different resoultion and things.
ive tried with tweaks, supercharger, etc, and it still lil laggy,
and still has problem with the touch.
so i suggest arc user go back to GB until there's official ROM for arc..

but u can use CM9 ICS.
run smooth, but few things dont work.

16th April 2012, 07:31 PM   |  #714  
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Originally Posted by chitose_ndy

if ur a arc user (not arc s) i suggest u go back to GB, or use the CM9 ICS.
cause the official ICS (now) is for arc s.
arc s and arc has lil bit different resoultion and things.
ive tried with tweaks, supercharger, etc, and it still lil laggy,
and still has problem with the touch.
so i suggest arc user go back to GB until there's official ROM for arc..

but u can use CM9 ICS.
run smooth, but few things dont work.

In terms of hardware, the only difference is:

Arc S - 1.4 Ghz
Arc - 1.0 Ghz

That's it lol everything else is the exact same specification. The Arc can have the same specs as Arc S with an easy overclock (depending on the kernel.) ICS will most likely be the same for both phone anyways.
16th April 2012, 07:49 PM   |  #715  
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In terms of hardware, the only difference is:

Arc S - 1.4 Ghz
Arc - 1.0 Ghz

That's it lol everything else is the exact same specification. The Arc can have the same specs as Arc S with an easy overclock (depending on the kernel.) ICS will most likely be the same for both phone anyways.

I think there is a reason to Sony still wait with Arc
16th April 2012, 07:50 PM   |  #716  
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That's it lol everything else is the exact same specification. The Arc can have the same specs as Arc S with an easy overclock (depending on the kernel.) ICS will most likely be the same for both phone anyways.

No, there are another differences:
- different display drivers
- support for 14,4 Mbit/s
- more internal memory
16th April 2012, 08:45 PM   |  #717  
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Originally Posted by h.debnath

In terms of hardware, the only difference is:

Arc S - 1.4 Ghz
Arc - 1.0 Ghz

That's it lol everything else is the exact same specification. The Arc can have the same specs as Arc S with an easy overclock (depending on the kernel.) ICS will most likely be the same for both phone anyways.


You, my friend, don't know what you're talking about.
There's a lot of change.
16th April 2012, 08:49 PM   |  #718  
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Ok, I forgot to mention: I have Arc S.
What now? Any idea how to fix it (hot wo make touchscreen work in games)?
16th April 2012, 08:55 PM   |  #719  
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Thx adielee but I don't need to bullet proof anything. None of the applications I have are being forced to close or exit they stay in cached memory which is fine by me and there's no delay even on a fresh restart of the device for the dialer or sms. I doubt SuperCharger V6 will provide anything more then what I have at the moment. Cheers.

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Guys, use the V6 Supercharger script from zeppelinrox to bulletproof your dialer (option 17) http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...postcount=5021

The first time you open the dialer it will still take a couple seconds but subsequent loads are pretty much instantaneous. You can use this script to bulletproof other apps such as sms as well. You only get a delay the first time you open after a reboot. Nothing to do with which launcher you use.

17th April 2012, 12:49 AM   |  #720  
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I'm guessing that Sony is still tweaking the current ICS build so that it'll run better on the rest of the devices and that the arc S, neo V and ray will get an OTA update.

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