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[ROM][4.4.4][OFFICIAL] CyanogenMod 11.0 Nightlies

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13th February 2013, 11:55 AM   |  #1411  
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How many are noticing this? No lags 'at all' - by which I would mean even pretty complex pages open quickly and can be scrolled immediately and without any judder?

Currently I can only get this on a CM10.0 build from late November which works well with Browser2Ram. I've tried earlier versions of CM10.1 a couple of times and found the browser experience to be less good and, moreover, Browser2Ram would always lose bookmarks - which it doesn't with that old CM10 build, so I've always gone back to it.

These patches were merged this night. Please, grab the next nightly and you will see a really improvement of browser navigation.
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13th February 2013, 12:55 PM   |  #1412  
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Re: [ROM][OFFICIAL] Cyanogenmod 10.1 Nightlies
Thanks for the nightlies. This is the best thing to happen to our tablet.

By the way, is it so that gtalk videotalk doesnt work with CM mods? I tried to call yesterday with tablet and my Nexus 4 and they both have CM 10,1 but I couldn't make the call. So I was wondering if this is a well known bug or did Google just have some server problems.

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13th February 2013, 05:32 PM   |  #1413  
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I'm planning on unlocking and installing CM10.1 right now, do I get these 2 recent fixes that improve the performance so much?
13th February 2013, 05:44 PM   |  #1414  
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Re: [ROM][OFFICIAL] Cyanogenmod 10.1 Nightlies
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Thanks for the nightlies. This is the best thing to happen to our tablet.

By the way, is it so that gtalk videotalk doesnt work with CM mods? I tried to call yesterday with tablet and my Nexus 4 and they both have CM 10,1 but I couldn't make the call. So I was wondering if this is a well known bug or did Google just have some server problems.

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Works fine here. Make sure you are on the correct gapps. Also, you may need to wipe the Talk apps data too if you're having issues. Thank you

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13th February 2013, 06:03 PM   |  #1415  
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OK, here's the issue. When I upgraded to CM10.1 all my data disappeared, and I mean properly disappeared; it's not in any file on explorer and, when I check strorage under settings there's no record of it. It says I have 5 GB free from 27, but none of the sub sections, even misc, have anything much in them. 18.5 GB is somewhere in the system but unfindable. It's not under data/media or 0/data/media - it's nowhere to b found.

Any thoughts?
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OK, here's the issue. When I upgraded to CM10.1 all my data disappeared, and I mean properly disappeared; it's not in any file on explorer and, when I check strorage under settings there's no record of it. It says I have 5 GB free from 27, but none of the sub sections, even misc, have anything much in them. 18.5 GB is somewhere in the system but unfindable. It's not under data/media or 0/data/media - it's nowhere to b found.

Any thoughts?

One time my stuff moved to a folder named 'legacy' that was within the data/media/0 folder. I believe this happened after I wiped data from recovery. I think it has to do with multi-user support and the way it preserves your old files. Hope this helps.

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13th February 2013, 07:57 PM   |  #1417  
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Re: [ROM][OFFICIAL] Cyanogenmod 10.1 Nightlies
I'm already on 4.2.1 Black Bean rom. In order to install CM10.1, I can just factory reset and flash CM10.1 since I'm already on 4.2.1?
Thanks in advance.

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13th February 2013, 08:13 PM   |  #1418  
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I'm already on 4.2.1 Black Bean rom. In order to install CM10.1, I can just factory reset and flash CM10.1 since I'm already on 4.2.1?
Thanks in advance.

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Yes, I did the same as you and it worked fine.

This rom is really working nicely btw. Great improvement in smoothness since I last tried it a few weeks ago

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13th February 2013, 08:17 PM   |  #1419  
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Thanks for quick reply.

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13th February 2013, 08:26 PM   |  #1420  
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OK, here's the issue. When I upgraded to CM10.1 all my data disappeared, and I mean properly disappeared; it's not in any file on explorer and, when I check strorage under settings there's no record of it. It says I have 5 GB free from 27, but none of the sub sections, even misc, have anything much in them. 18.5 GB is somewhere in the system but unfindable. It's not under data/media or 0/data/media - it's nowhere to b found.

Any thoughts?

Dumb question but are you in root when you look for /data/media or are you looking on your sdcard? The reason I ask is that I have a folder on my sdcard called /data/media/. So the real path to this is rather confusingly /data/media/data/media Just a thought...

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