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I decided to update my Nexus 7 3G and after some considerations between CM11 and Omni 2 days ago I installed Omni with no issues. After 2 days of intensive use everything works fine with some minnor issues which I don't know if they are Omni specific.

1. Battery-When Nexus is on it seems that doesn't charge with Omni kernel. With r77 of Franco Kernel it charges normally.
2. Keyboard-Stock Google keyboard when active and with Nexus connected to WiFi uses data evef if not used. 11.5M in few minuted. I installed Swiftkey, deactivated Google Keyboard and now no data use.
3. OpenDelta-My first update was fine with no problems. Just a note: OpenDelta downloaded some files after it booted to recovery (TRWP 2.6.3.1) to finisg the installation. After that in the OpenDelta directory there a file of 265.7M. How is it possible?

I don't know if the above issues are ROM specific or else. Anyone had the some issues?
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Google keyboard fetching data is a known issue, but it's a Gapps problem.
Omni uses the AOSP keyboard, which works just fine.

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Google keyboard fetching data is a known issue, but it's a Gapps problem.
Omni uses the AOSP keyboard, which works just fine.

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I installed the last nighty (20140104) and now battery charge works fine
 
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2012 or 2013 Nexus 7?

My 2013 charges just fine.

Unless you're talking about charging from a PC's USB port - Many of Franco's kernels do dangerous things that can damage your hardware like allowing more than 500 mA to be pulled from a standard downstream port (SDP) - Omni will never include such dangerous features in order to protect your hardware.
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Before installing Swiftkey keyboard there were only Google keyboards. Where the AOSP Keyboars is?

My nexus 7 is 2012 tilapia. Usually PC's USB ports are designed to not deliver more than 500 mA and are fuse protected. Anyway not permitting more than 500 mA on a USD port is a good idea, but from the mains more than 500 mA should be possible as the charger is rated 2 Amps.

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Before installing Swiftkey keyboard there were only Google keyboards. Where the AOSP Keyboars is?
Guess it has been removed by your Gapps package... Also happens with Launcher3, that may get replaced by Google's GEL.

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Before installing Swiftkey keyboard there were only Google keyboards. Where the AOSP Keyboars is?

My nexus 7 is 2012 tilapia. Usually PC's USB ports are designed to not deliver more than 500 mA and are fuse protected. Anyway not permitting more than 500 mA on a USD port is a good idea, but from the mains more than 500 mA should be possible as the charger is rated 2 Amps.

Any nighty is better than the other and update is fine, compliments for your work.
Unfortunately my grouper is now in the hands of my family, but no one else has reported any issues with charging from the wall charger.

Unless you're using a 2A iDevice charger - these get detected as USB by most Android devices as Apple doesn't follow the standards.
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Unfortunately my grouper is now in the hands of my family, but no one else has reported any issues with charging from the wall charger.

Unless you're using a 2A iDevice charger - these get detected as USB by most Android devices as Apple doesn't follow the standards.
Probably I have not been clear in my post. After 20140104 nighty update charge works from both USB and wall charger even when the Nexus is on and this was the issue i had before the update, no charge at all when the device was on. Now less that 500 mA from both USB and wall, I simply was aspecting more charge current from the wall. I am using the charger that cames with the Nexus 7. Anyway this is not any more an issue. I will update my Galaxy Nexus with Omni too.
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