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[ROM] Aurora ICS 4.0.4 for u8800 - Version 5.0 update 20

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Why is when I return to 2.0.5 (Android 4.0.3) with latest kernel from today, ROM is 10x faster than with Android 4.0.4? LOL...

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this is a new kernel, and dzo still working on it... have patience my friend
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Dzo,Thank for great work.install latest kernel on aurora 2.07 everythink is working good.

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Is nophrills still needed?
There's no inbuilt CPU control yet, so yes, if you need that.
 
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Why is when I return to 2.0.5 (Android 4.0.3) with latest kernel from today, ROM is 10x faster than with Android 4.0.4? LOL...

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Wow...can this rom REALLY get faster? I mean, I think it's already almost perfect with 2.08...
 
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this is a new kernel, and dzo still working on it... have patience my friend
No, I'm saying that Android 4.0.3 seems much faster with the same kernel...

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So i'm kind of new in this Rom(and ICS for that matter) and have 2.05, do u recomend to update to this 2.08? Bare in mind that i need the phone to work normaly and it has been quite normal so far with 2.05, in fact is the 1st non stock rom i have without a single reboot in 2 days, and aside from the wifi togle on/of in the notification bar doesn't work and i can't switch the wifi off or else i can't turn it on againt without restarting the phone, this is the best Rom i've tested.
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So far everything is great with the New release!! The only bug i found so far, is that apps tend to get killed more easily by the system due to low memory conditions. I didnt had that kind of behaviour with 2.07_test.

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No, I'm saying that Android 4.0.3 seems much faster with the same kernel...

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Must be the CAF release difference... In my transformer, I tried 4.0.4 and it is just the same as 4.0.3 in terms of performance and battery... Sadly!

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I think it could be wise to consentrate in the balance of UI responsiveness, performance & battery-life. Battery still runs out a little too fast if you use 3g/mobile data all the time.

2.08 works as flawless as releases from 2.05. Not really any major bugs. It would be nice if DZO or some other developer would start building a different branch of ICS with CM/MIUI-like modifications, configurations and settings. (UI-mods, Clock speed changes, etc.)

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No, I'm saying that Android 4.0.3 seems much faster with the same kernel...

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Can you do some test, and like benchmark and boot time, wifi speed.

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