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By grahamgo, Member on 16th February 2014, 09:49 PM
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24th February 2014, 11:37 PM |#31  
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Hi @xheon, sounds OK. What sort of antutu or quadrant scores are you achieving with CM11 and pink kernel right now? I do run CM11 on a Nexus 7 and Nexus 4, but personally think its a bit premature to run it on the Moto G. How is your battery life? On Stock+Faux+Xposed I am getting up to 3 days. This is light to medium usage, and a heck of a lot better than I have ever achieved on the Nexus 4 (which I never particularly liked anyway), on the N4 with similar usage I got 1 to 1.5 days per charge.

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26th February 2014, 02:27 PM |#32  
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Im on cm11 with pink kernel, which has a memory overlocked which feels really smooth, after playing with CPU freqs and schedulers, I made it run sooooo smooth its amazing!! There's a reason why CyanogenMod is so popular, and now that is official and getting daily nightlies with tweaks and fixes, its a delight, I am never going back to boring slow stock, Just my humble opinion

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I'm considering going back to CM11.

Never used the Pink kernel before.

Can you give me some ideas on what changes you made to make it run smooth?

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27th February 2014, 04:16 AM |#33  
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I have tried cm11 but am missing a few features I was looking forward to (that I used to have on cm10 on my SGS) like screeshots, but I know its just the beginning and I haven't used it long enough yet.

I have a question though: on stock ROM, using the button on a standard wired headset won't do anything. It's usually linked to play/pause/skip and more depending on patterns. I thought I would get this king of behavior back in CM but no luck. Are there any ROM supporting this kind of input? Seems like a fairly basic functionality to me.
27th February 2014, 10:34 AM |#34  
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Long press on the handset opens Google voice search. I had to install Sony smartkey app to get the play/pause/next/prev functions.
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27th February 2014, 11:27 AM |#35  
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I used to use CM on my previous HTC Desire HD and Sensation. But the stock Moto ROM already gives a pure android experience, so no need for CM. Also the stock ROM contains important drivers and is backed by official Motorola updates. I do use Xposed and Gravitybox for some tweaks to notification bar and quick settings.
27th February 2014, 01:01 PM |#36  
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Read faux's thread. His kernel doesn't work with 1033. Some people have reported though, that it worked for them when they set Art before flashing.

I think you didn't read my post. I was able to make it work with ART since my first try. My doubt is if anyone was able to run it with Dalvik.

On XT1033, using a dual sim kitkat rom, of course.
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