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Just updated to nightly 20130224 and the screen tearing is back, the kernel you posted up earlier is a big improvement over this.

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Disagree. On newest nightly any screen tearing I'm seeing I really have to look for because it's so negligible. Haven't tried the boot.img since I'm happy with the way it is.

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Disagree. On newest nightly any screen tearing I'm seeing I really have to look for because it's so negligible. Haven't tried the boot.img since I'm happy with the way it is.

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I agree that it's fine, but I'm just saying the test kernel h8rift posted reduced the screen tearing

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The latest build 2/24 refuses to boot for me

It trys to boot but boot loops before the boot animation even starts
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The latest build 2/24 refuses to boot for me

It trys to boot but boot loops before the boot animation even starts
Mine is fine o. O

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No problems on newest nightly, tearing seems to be gone. Also, I have a weird issue... My option to reboot is gone. This happened a day or two ago, and I assumed flashing the newest nightly would fix it... But it didn't. Did I accidentally tick some option or what?
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The latest build 2/24 refuses to boot for me

It trys to boot but boot loops before the boot animation even starts
Me too

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No problems on newest nightly, tearing seems to be gone. Also, I have a weird issue... My option to reboot is gone. This happened a day or two ago, and I assumed flashing the newest nightly would fix it... But it didn't. Did I accidentally tick some option or what?
Advanced reboot in settings
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Advanced reboot in settings
Under Settings > Developer options to be exact.

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---------- Post added at 07:36 AM ---------- Previous post was at 07:34 AM ----------

The place I used to see tearing was in the Apollo 4x2 widget when switching home screens in Trebuchet. I have the transition set to standard. It is gone in the 0224 nightly.

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Under Settings > Developer options to be exact.

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No, I mean the entire menu to reboot is gone. Can't even reboot normally. Not a big deal, I can just hold down power button or use goo.manager for recovery but it is a tad annoying. See my attached image in my other post, sorry that it's such low quality.
Current as of 2/24/14 @ 2:50 PM EST
Phone: Nexus 5
Carrier: AT&T
ROM: Mahdi
ROM Version: 2.5 (2/23)
Kernel: stock
Android version: KitKat 4.4.2

Old Phones
Some Motorola flip phone - retired
LG Shine - battery died
Samsung Solstice - retired
HTC Evita - died
HTC Evita (replacement) - retired
 

ROM: ViperXL
ROM Version: 4.2.0
Kernel: ElementalX 8.3.2
Android version: Jellybean 4.2.2
Radio: 3.18
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