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[ROM][Nightlies][03-02-2012]CyanogenMod 9 Nightlies Galaxy Tab 10.1 WIFI

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19th April 2012, 03:30 PM |#91  
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new nightly doesn't really have any of pershoots merges
 
 
19th April 2012, 07:30 PM |#92  
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this is AWESOME. after my frustrations with the delays of waiting for ICS, MLB TV Live Streams not working on my Tab 10.1 3.2 HC (everyone in the Android Market is complaining about it), and the sluggishness of Samsung TouchWiz poop, i wiped everything and installed the 4/18 CM9 nightly and 3/17 gapps.

MLB TV Live streaming now works. so happy.
A2DP works as well, all my apps restored (though the Play app thought my SGN was what it was restoring to, oh well)

just had one freeze during app restoration. hard-rebooted, restore completed itself, no problem since. THANK YOU CM TEAM.

are any custom kernels worth applying, or is stock ok for now? once the camera source gets dropped and included in this, i'll be content. i'm willing to sacrifice video chat for baseball in the meantime.
20th April 2012, 03:22 PM |#93  
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so not everything is peaches and cream. a couple issues have crept up:

wifi seems to disconnect after idling a while and can't reconnect
just once so far, the lockscreen (in landscape mode) wouldn't recognize my touches. rotated to portrait mode and was able to unlock the tablet
had one random freeze which prompted a hard shutdown of the tablet.
games like WWF and Scramble seem a bit laggy
EDIT: forgot to mention when i plug my Tab into my Win7 USB, it no longer shows up as an MTP device. is there a setting or a driver that i'm missing here? debugging is disabled.

gonna flash the 4/19 SNAPSHOT found over at the DroidBasement and see how that goes. still waaaay better than the 3.2 stock ROM imho.
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20th April 2012, 03:33 PM |#94  
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so not everything is peaches and cream. a couple issues have crept up:

wifi seems to disconnect after idling a while and can't reconnect
just once so far, the lockscreen (in landscape mode) wouldn't recognize my touches. rotated to portrait mode and was able to unlock the tablet
had one random freeze which prompted a hard shutdown of the tablet.
games like WWF and Scramble seem a bit laggy
EDIT: forgot to mention when i plug my Tab into my Win7 USB, it no longer shows up as an MTP device. is there a setting or a driver that i'm missing here? debugging is disabled.

gonna flash the 4/19 SNAPSHOT found over at the DroidBasement and see how that goes. still waaaay better than the 3.2 stock ROM imho.

all that stuff has been sorted (nothing reported of that variant any longer for most tabs from various testers).

games, is up to the developer for ICS 4.0.4 support.

go to settings, storage, and you'll see the option there.
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20th April 2012, 04:10 PM |#95  
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all that stuff has been sorted (nothing reported of that variant any longer for most tabs from various testers).

games, is up to the developer for ICS 4.0.4 support.

go to settings, storage, and you'll see the option there.

ah, i knew i had to be missing something! MTP works great, thank you. also, i played w/ the governor and turned up the min CPU settings and lag is mostly gone. thanks for all your work on the Tab, pershoot!
20th April 2012, 06:42 PM |#96  
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also for anyone interested, the only important app i couldn't load was youtube (Play Store said it's not compatible with my "Samsung GT-P7510"), but this works as a side-loaded fix:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1529715
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23rd April 2012, 02:53 PM |#97  
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after a weekend of playing with it, this is not quite ready for stable release. this biggest issues i saw were:

wifi occasionally turns itself off after screen-off (despite me leaving it on all the time), and when the screen comes on the tablet is unresponsive until the wifi reconnects again. no touches are registered, just the orientation changes when i rotate the tablet, and

the occasional reboot. sometimes when the screen is on and i'm playing with it, other times when it's idle. the results is a bootloop that isn't really a bootloop; the CM9 splash-screen comes up and plays, but it doesn't restart, just keeps displaying the end-part of the animation, and will do this for hours. i have to hard-reset it and only when the tablet boots from the Samsung boot screen does it come back to life.

not huge issues, but unstable enough to make me wonder about the AOKP ROM. sucks because i'm using CM9 on my SGN too, and would like to keep both the same. BTW, not doing anything fancy w/ the tablet, stock settings all around (216-1000, interactive governor, no set at boot, no OC).
23rd April 2012, 10:16 PM |#98  
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after a weekend of playing with it, this is not quite ready for stable release. this biggest issues i saw were:

wifi occasionally turns itself off after screen-off (despite me leaving it on all the time), and when the screen comes on the tablet is unresponsive until the wifi reconnects again. no touches are registered, just the orientation changes when i rotate the tablet, and

the occasional reboot. sometimes when the screen is on and i'm playing with it, other times when it's idle. the results is a bootloop that isn't really a bootloop; the CM9 splash-screen comes up and plays, but it doesn't restart, just keeps displaying the end-part of the animation, and will do this for hours. i have to hard-reset it and only when the tablet boots from the Samsung boot screen does it come back to life.

not huge issues, but unstable enough to make me wonder about the AOKP ROM. sucks because i'm using CM9 on my SGN too, and would like to keep both the same. BTW, not doing anything fancy w/ the tablet, stock settings all around (216-1000, interactive governor, no set at boot, no OC).

I switched to on demand governor and seems a little snappier, and may just be in my head but I have no issues at all.
23rd April 2012, 11:05 PM |#99  
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after a weekend of playing with it, this is not quite ready for stable release. this biggest issues i saw were:

wifi occasionally turns itself off after screen-off (despite me leaving it on all the time), and when the screen comes on the tablet is unresponsive until the wifi reconnects again. no touches are registered, just the orientation changes when i rotate the tablet, and

the occasional reboot. sometimes when the screen is on and i'm playing with it, other times when it's idle. the results is a bootloop that isn't really a bootloop; the CM9 splash-screen comes up and plays, but it doesn't restart, just keeps displaying the end-part of the animation, and will do this for hours. i have to hard-reset it and only when the tablet boots from the Samsung boot screen does it come back to life.

not huge issues, but unstable enough to make me wonder about the AOKP ROM. sucks because i'm using CM9 on my SGN too, and would like to keep both the same. BTW, not doing anything fancy w/ the tablet, stock settings all around (216-1000, interactive governor, no set at boot, no OC).

419 is rock solid over here. you have another issue if you're getting bootloops.

full wipe, reflash 419 from db, flash 317 gapps, boot in. dont restore apps or oc. run for 24 hrs and observe.

see this reply about the screen dim issue and getting logs, etc. (which i can no longer reproduce due to the touchscreen fixes put in, which is in 419):
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=327
24th April 2012, 01:44 AM |#100  
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419 is rock solid over here. you have another issue if you're getting bootloops.

full wipe, reflash 419 from db, flash 317 gapps, boot in. dont restore apps or oc. run for 24 hrs and observe.

see this reply about the screen dim issue and getting logs, etc. (which i can no longer reproduce due to the touchscreen fixes put in, which is in 419):
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=327

i brought in some more touchscreen changes, if you want to test to see if that dim screen issue is completely gone.

http://droidbasement.com/galaxy/roms...i/boot.tar.md5

flash with odin.

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24th April 2012, 02:02 AM |#101  
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i brought in some more touchscreen changes, if you want to test to see if that dim screen issue is completely gone.

http://droidbasement.com/galaxy/roms...i/boot.tar.md5

flash with odin.

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Hey Pershoot,

First of all, thanks for the great work you're doing for our Tabs.

I'm on your CM9 builds now since about three weeks without any issues. I'm not a gamer usually but over the weekend I got hooked on freaking Temple Run which I played on my phone and on my Kindle Fire running CM9 + 3.0 kernel, where it works great.

However, on your builds the touchscreen is behaving badly and the game unfortunately is not playable. I tried some touch screen tuner apps without success. Any chance these touchscreen changes will help with this game? I'll flash and test your new kernel as soon as I figure out how to flash a boot image in odin

EDIT: I might as well ask here ... do I flash I boot image the same way I flash recovery by clicking pda and then selecting the boot.tar.md5?

Thanks
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