For my nook use, flash and wallpaper scroll are meaningless,... I want smooth!
So, i am hoping that a poor old mod could get some friendly advice. ;)
While i love CM9, i just cannot get over how laggy it is. I feel like i have exhausted my tweaks (OCed @ 1200, perf gov, v6 tweaks, . 59 kernel. Perhaps it is my jaded memories, but CM7 never felt this bad.
For what its worth, i am running on emmc, open gl build from 4/4 (going to try a new build tonight). I see that a majority of people are downloading the gl builds, so i assumed that was the better build...
Well, shoot, I wish I'd tried the non-gl versions sooner!
The only thing that I'm really struggling with now is rotation and an inability to keep the display in portrait mode. I went through the settings in Display to adjust the rotation, but turning them off simply locks the display in landscape.
Also, seeing all kinds of apps refusing to allow installation from the Market, claiming incompatibility, which were installable in the gl version and in CM7. I tried the telephony permission flashable zip but it doesn't seem to be helping. Any ideas?
Since you use the phone gui there is a setting which will allow you to lock the rotation in whatever orientation you want. Go to settings/system/notification drawer/widget buttons. There you can select 'toggle orientation'. That adds a button to the notitification area when you pull down the status bar. It allows you to lock orientation in the position it is in at the time. This setting is only available in the phone gui in CM9. The same setting is available in CM7.
The market compatibilty issue is because you set your density to 180, not because of non-opengl. 180 is a non-standard dpi and market will not show many apps with it set there. The solution is to temporarily go back to 160 or 240 to access market. Both are standard resolutions. Then once you have your app, go back to 180.
PS: You mentioned earlier that you are starting fresh with your installs, having to resetup google, etc. I hope that was just while you were debugging the installation of my patch. Ordinarily, the only thing you should do before flashing a new ROM is wipe dalvik cache.
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