Originally Posted by Koshu
Still trying to test it, but having some problems in my build environment. As soon as i get it working again i will test it. Sorry, for keeping silent here.
In which points do you prefer AOKP over CM9? Just curious, haven't tried AOKP yet.
Thanks for the update.
As for the preference of AOKP than CM9, in my experience AOKP seems more polished and feature-rich than CM9. I was running CM9 on my Nexus S and my girl's HP TouchPad when I tried AOKP out a few months back. I've been running AOKP on both devices ever since.
AOKP also has far less devices in comparison to CM9 and a much much higher tablet/phone ratio than CM9. After comparing CM9 and AOKP on a tablet, I feel that AOKP is more tablet oriented than CM9. IMO, the UI in AOKP is also more streamlined for a tablet experience than CM9. There are already many tablets supported by AOKP that have very similar internals with our beloved TPT. Team Kang is also willing to add devices as long as there is a maintainer for said device.
Also to reiterate what JamMasterClay said, AOKP's ROM Control customization are absolutely phenomenal. Complete customization of the UI Nav bar, lockscreen options, power menu and cooked in weather status. Also, power saving functionality and many more customization options including start-up tweaks, etc.
I guess in the end all the customization isn't necessary, but extremely useful. And I could be wrong in my assumption, but with AOKP's far less devices and more that are similar to our specific device's specification it could be potentially easier to maintain.
Just my 2 cents
Of course it doesn't matter all that much. I just find AOKP extremely polished and very nice on tablets and even on my Nexus S.