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21st April 2012, 03:17 AM |#191  
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Neither of those worked. It seems like its in framrwork-res. When you select an app on your homescreen, all your icons on your homescreen squeeze in about 5-10px and then when you exit the app by pressing home, they move back to where they were. However sometimes it does it, sometimes it doesn't. Sometimes it does it AS WELL AS zooming in the icons from the sides of the screen. IMO, it looks really bad and is not practical.

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21st April 2012, 03:21 AM |#192  
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Also, do any devs actually read this thread? I mean, its a waste of time and CPU resources if your building nightlies that are not even usable? Why not just stop the buildbot until the sleep bug is fixed.

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21st April 2012, 06:10 PM |#193  
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Also, do any devs actually read this thread?

They are having problems with the kernel developer. And any devs actually read this thread because they've moved to rootzwiki.

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28th April 2012, 06:10 AM |#194  
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Ok, OK, Ooookay....

I feel silly for not checking into this earlier...and for not testing this before I open my big mouth...but apparently to flash the 4.0.4 nightlies correctly you need to:

- Flash ROM, then Gapps, THEN Kernel, Reboot.

All this of course after a full wipe (recomended)

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-I have not tried this
-I might soon and report back
-This info is for those who appreciate these devs great work and have been
waiting for it to frikkin boot LoL.
-Maybe try with Tiamat 3.0.5 or Kuma as the kernel?
-I believe latest Gapps are 4/22/12

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Link to Nightlies http://cna.exynos.co/cna/CNA.html
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4th May 2012, 05:21 AM |#195  
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Has anyone been able to get any of the nightlies after 4/2/12 to not reboot when turning off the screen?

Every nightly has the same 95.2 mb file size, so I'm assuming they haven't addressed the issue. Hopefully they do, the 4/2 release is still the smoothest Xoom rom out there...
10th May 2012, 05:36 PM |#196  
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Has anyone been able to get any of the nightlies after 4/2/12 to not reboot when turning off the screen?

Every nightly has the same 95.2 mb file size, so I'm assuming they haven't addressed the issue. Hopefully they do, the 4/2 release is still the smoothest Xoom rom out there...

The development has stoped. Take a look at:

http://www.twitlonger.com/show/h4ats0

Hopefully we will have some news from him shortly.
11th May 2012, 10:29 AM |#197  
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The development has stoped. Take a look at:

http://www.twitlonger.com/show/h4ats0

Hopefully we will have some news from him shortly.

:( it was the best ROM.. but personal life is more important and I wish him the best luck
11th May 2012, 11:19 PM |#198  
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The development has stoped. Take a look at:

http://www.twitlonger.com/show/h4ats0

Hopefully we will have some news from him shortly.

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:( it was the best ROM.. but personal life is more important and I wish him the best luck

You guys are behind on the times... Check the 1.6 and 2.0RC threads for an update from CNA after the one you posted above. He says he's starting up again, but I haven't seen anything new yet... (although I am still catching up on days of being away from forums...)
18th May 2012, 09:35 PM |#199  
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You guys are behind on the times... Check the 1.6 and 2.0RC threads for an update from CNA after the one you posted above. He says he's starting up again, but I haven't seen anything new yet... (although I am still catching up on days of being away from forums...)

Where did you see this. I've been searching for any kind of update for this.
20th May 2012, 03:48 AM |#200  
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Where did you see this. I've been searching for any kind of update for this.

https://twitter.com/#!/AndroidUser00...66458322845697

Honestly, I have no idea which thread that came from, I just searched my browser history for his username. I liked the early work on my phone when there was strong support, so it would be nice to see the team fully come back, but it might be hard since I've already moved on... With my tablet, I've always used Eos, and right when I was about to try CNA on it, this all went down...
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