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[ROM][P75xx][JB][4.2.2] CyanogenMod 10.1 Nightly Discussions

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17th February 2013, 08:56 PM   |  #1041  
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Re: [ROM][P75xx][JB][4.2.2] CyanogenMod 10.1 Nightly Discussions
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Originally Posted by shmigao

Sorry forgot to say

You need to format /system in Recovery, flash CM10.1 nightly and Gapps from OP

This worked for me and others as also documented in some posts further up

Worked perfectly................

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17th February 2013, 09:01 PM   |  #1042  
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Originally Posted by aljo00

Cm 10.1 nightly 17.feb (4.2.2)
The video is laaaggy !!!

On previous builds 4.2.1 working ok....

Flashing back 4.2.1

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Which nightly build was the last one that was 4.2.1 ?

And can I just flash straight over top of 4.2.2 ?
17th February 2013, 10:32 PM   |  #1043  
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Re: [ROM][P75xx][JB][4.2.2] CyanogenMod 10.1 Nightly Discussions
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Originally Posted by kmaq

Settings -> system -> Quick Settings Panel -> tiles & layout. click on "Quick Settings Panel" it FCs.
Does any one face this issue? any solution for fixing this. though it is not big issue, but it is annoying

I too get the same outcome when clicking the bar. any suggested fix?

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17th February 2013, 10:35 PM   |  #1044  
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Re: [ROM][P75xx][JB][4.2.2] CyanogenMod 10.1 Nightly Discussions
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Originally Posted by Ackoman

Which nightly build was the last one that was 4.2.1 ?

And can I just flash straight over top of 4.2.2 ?

For sure 20130210 was built on 4.2.1

I think that 4.2.2 is out 2-3 days....
(Cm builds...)

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17th February 2013, 11:01 PM   |  #1045  
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Originally Posted by Ackoman

Which nightly build was the last one that was 4.2.1 ?

And can I just flash straight over top of 4.2.2 ?

Looks like the 13th Feb nightly was the last 4.2.1 one, and it looks like you can't flash straight over 4.2.2 (I just tried). I used a backup in the end, and can confirm that with the 13th Feb nightly HD playback in YouTube is perfect.
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17th February 2013, 11:18 PM   |  #1046  
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Re: [ROM][P75xx][JB][4.2.2] CyanogenMod 10.1 Nightly Discussions
I just flashed this ROM last night. Nice looking ROM with minor issues. (Nightly Feb 17)

- Streaming on YouTube with HD quality is laggy/Skippy
- Streaming on netflix is laggy/Skippy then freezes. (I was running slim bean 4.1.2 before no problems) (Stock ICS has same video freezing problem but no lagging skipping problem)
- ROMs a little laggy probably due to the hardware (over clocking to 1400mhz helps a little)

****Update****

I flashed the Nightly Feb 13 build (4.2.1) after reading that that's the latest 4.2.1 build and it runs YouTube smoothly. So far so good. In fact it feels like its a lot smoother than (Nightly Feb 17 4.2.2)

The random screen flicker doesn't really bother me too much. Everything else seems to be working fine.
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17th February 2013, 11:20 PM   |  #1047  
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My Battery widget reborn stats is telling me the average battery charge now takes 6hr 15min. I'm on the 08/02 build. Not sure what it was previously but I thought it only took 3 to 4 hours at most. What is everyone else's device roughly taking to charge?

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6h and 45 minutes here. You shouldn't check your battery recharge time there, this is not correct

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Any one having probe with YouTube? Video is very choppy..... else where seems fine....

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My video's run flawlessly, it laggs at times, but it's more smooth than choppy
17th February 2013, 11:47 PM   |  #1048  
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Originally Posted by DefQoN_BE

6h and 45 minutes here. You shouldn't check your battery recharge time there, this is not correct



My video's run flawlessly, it laggs at times, but it's more smooth than choppy

And which nightly are you on?
18th February 2013, 08:58 AM   |  #1049  
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About the laggy experience (and probably low battery life):

After the update to 4.2.2 on several devices something went completely out of control. On those systems the kernel messages are flooded with entries like this:
Code:
<3>[ 2534.000121] android_usb: already disabled
<3>[ 2534.000829] android_usb: already disabled
<3>[ 2534.001312] android_usb: already disabled
<3>[ 2534.001859] android_usb: already disabled
<3>[ 2534.002336] android_usb: already disabled
<3>[ 2534.002814] android_usb: already disabled
<3>[ 2534.003369] android_usb: already disabled
We are talking about 2000 (!) entries per second. This obviously extremely slows down the system. I don't know yet where this is coming from (and I don't have that issue on my tab, so debugging is a bit complicated).
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18th February 2013, 11:15 AM   |  #1050  
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Does anyone managed to use with success picasa sync in gallery and 720p recording without artifacts ?

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