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[Q] CM10.2 : updates and compatibility of applications

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Default [Q] CM10.2 : updates and compatibility of applications

Hello,

Firstly, I want to thank and congratulate Quarx for his incredible work on the development of OS of our "old" Defy

I installed yesterday CM10.2 -nightly version of March 2, 2014.


After "testing" many ROMS CM10.1/CM10.2/CM11 I think keeping this one because it seems really stable , fluid and reactive .

So far , no reboot "telephony problems" , no slowdowns , no memory saturates everything seems functional and operational.

I have not yet tested the GPS

The battery consumption seems more than adequate ( - 35 % in 9 hours with WIFI and 3G enabled and disabled GPS).

First question:

Why New ' CM10.2 -nightly ' are not detected in the "update Cyanogenmod " menu (as in CM11 ) ?
Is it a bug or is it due to the lack of incrementals for CM10.2 ?


One last question

Why some applications from Google PlayStore are no longer compatible with the defy + in CM10.1 or CM10.2 while they were under CM9 or CM10 ? (Iron Man The Official Game , for example)



thank you for your answers

Sorry if my English is bad, I used a translator ...
 
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Glad you found a ROM that works for you... That's because official support has now moved to CM11. Since that is the new way forward.
A.K.A. 4.4.x

Battery drain sounds fair. If you intend to preserve battery some more switch 3G off or move to 2G. Just a suggestion.
 
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Glad you found a ROM that works for you... That's because official support has now moved to CM11. Since that is the new way forward.
A.K.A. 4.4.x

Battery drain sounds fair. If you intend to preserve battery some more switch 3G off or move to 2G. Just a suggestion.
thank you for your answer and also for the tip 3G / 2G : Bien:
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