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{RANT} Y NO Smooth UI !!!!

30th April 2012, 07:13 AM   |  #21  
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Also, CM9 IS this smooth, it just doesn't have FM, Video recording and HDMI.

maybe some one can ask fxp permission and fix those missing features in cm9 by using libs from the stock rom ?! aka patching it up with stock files to make all the features (hdmi , FM , Video Recording , etc)fully functional.....
30th April 2012, 07:46 AM   |  #22  
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maybe some one can ask fxp permission and fix those missing features in cm9 by using libs from the stock rom ?! aka patching it up with stock files to make all the features (hdmi , FM , Video Recording , etc)fully functional.....

That would be awesome. CM9 is the best ICS ROM I have used till date. ( ignoring the bugs :P)

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That wouldn't work with HDMI being part of SEMC framework (which CM9 doesn't use at all) and FM is kernel related no?? So eventually I'm sure we will have FM radio and video will come soon too video can be patched using SEMC files kormatoes is working on it

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2nd May 2012, 12:33 AM   |  #25  
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That wouldn't work with HDMI being part of SEMC framework (which CM9 doesn't use at all) and FM is kernel related no?? So eventually I'm sure we will have FM radio and video will come soon too video can be patched using SEMC files kormatoes is working on it

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i believe everything can be ported HDMI related stuff from the framework of s.e to the framework of cm9 or i hope so
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i believe everything can be ported HDMI related stuff from the framework of s.e to the framework of cm9 or i hope so

Achotjan is capable of doing it so looks like we will have to wait for CM9 SDE

Edit : Z managed to get sound working in HDMI for CM7 so it is possible just mainly for devs as good as him

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Neo v with codename custom rom is pretty smooth.
Seriously nothing lags. I don't expect anything better with that much ram.
Even with stock rom and 1.5gb worth of apps & games installed (without their sd data. my sd had 3gb left full with movies,music, photos and what not) i was pretty amazed that it the system wasn't bogged.

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