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2nd September 2012, 03:49 PM |#351  
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I just flashed latest build, 20120902. It is now running tablet mode. Wds and pio, you guys are awesome!!

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2nd September 2012, 04:55 PM |#352  
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Noob question. I run the 27/8 build. Can I flash the 1/9 build and forgo the 30/8 one?

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2nd September 2012, 05:07 PM |#353  
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Yes you can flash. The builds are standalone ROMs.

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2nd September 2012, 05:46 PM |#354  
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Not demanding. The wallpapers are out of proportion on the new tablet UI and the lock screen only works on landscape mode. Otherwise, the tablet UI rocks. Still, thanks for sacrificing your time for us A100 users.

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2nd September 2012, 08:44 PM |#355  
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I'm digging the jellybean tablet UI. Runs a treat so far but havent tested everything.

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2nd September 2012, 10:21 PM |#356  
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with the latest cm10 build is using the godmachine kernel v1.1 still ok to use its been about a month since my last update, my busy season yard work for mom havent been able to keep up with my hobby reading posts so sorry if i missed it. or in wrong thread pio o and the same gapps-jb-713

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2nd September 2012, 10:34 PM |#357  
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I just flashed last rom 20120902, and all my widgets or icons in the screen are to the left in portrait view, and in landscape view, the icons go out of the screen at the bottom. Didn't test other things yet...

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2nd September 2012, 10:55 PM |#358  
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I just flashed last rom 20120902, and all my widgets or icons in the screen are to the left in portrait view, and in landscape view, the icons go out of the screen at the bottom. Didn't test other things yet...

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Maybe try apex launcher? That's what I use.

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2nd September 2012, 10:59 PM |#359  
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with the latest cm10 build is using the godmachine kernel v1.1 still ok to use its been about a month since my last update, my busy season yard work for mom havent been able to keep up with my hobby reading posts so sorry if i missed it. or in wrong thread pio o and the same gapps-jb-713

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Thats the same gapps I still use and it works fine.

The kernel question belongs in the kernel thread, though. Its un supported by cm. But just to answer it, that kernel is on 1.6 I think now, and works with cm10 to date.

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3rd September 2012, 01:02 AM |#360  
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Thanks and apologies I'll try to remember and get this all straight some day, its just with my phone and other tab everything was always discussed so I'm trying honest lol
3rd September 2012, 01:11 AM |#361  
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Thanks and apologies I'll try to remember and get this all straight some day, its just with my phone and other tab everything was always discussed so I'm trying honest lol

Yeah CM10 is standalone as its early in its build, so keeping separate from build.prop changes, kernels, other tweaks or builds helps keep it all together for progress. To make it easier to figure out the threads can be kept straight like this:

Cm10 Dev thread - source, logs, etc.
Kernel - any kernel besides what came in the zip belongs with that kernel thread, if in use it doesn't go in either cm10 thread.
Tweaks - build.prop mount swaps or anything else goes with their thread, if in use it doesn't go in either cm10 thread at all.
Cm10 general - anything cm10 related that doesn't fall under source or logs, and doesn't include tweaks or third party kernels.

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