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Default Thanks Namidairo for the 4.4.X ROMs

I just wanted to show my appreciation for the effort creating KitKat ROMs for my aging Transformer Prime. I've tried 4.4.2 and the 4.4.3 and everything is working amazingly well. Thanks for extending the life of this device!
 
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I second.. Thanks

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Default F2FS with Namidairo CM11 4.4.4

First thank you Namidairo for this great ROM.
It works very well. No problem at all.
I tried recently to format cache & data partition with F2FS file system.
For that I used TWRP 2.7.Voyager v1.2 using: mkfs.f2fs - t 0 /dev/block/mmcblk0p2 and over mmcblk0p8
Partition format successful but my system wont boot.
I then reformat with ext4 and system boot after.
I though that Namidairo kernel was supporting F2FS file system.
Did I do something wrong with the formatting or did I missed a step to enable F2FS?

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First thank you Namidairo for this great ROM.
It works very well. No problem at all.
I tried recently to format cache & data partition with F2FS file system.
For that I used TWRP 2.7.Voyager v1.2 using: mkfs.f2fs - t 0 /dev/block/mmcblk0p2 and over mmcblk0p8
Partition format successful but my system wont boot.
I then reformat with ext4 and system boot after.
I though that Namidairo kernel was supporting F2FS file system.
Did I do something wrong with the formatting or did I missed a step to enable F2FS?

Regards,
Even if I merged in support in the kernel, its up to the user to modify the fstab in the device tree and compile a new ROM to use f2fs.
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thank you! also if i'm going to sell my Prime....
 
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Even if I merged in support in the kernel, its up to the user to modify the fstab in the device tree and compile a new ROM to use f2fs.
Thank you very much to precise that feature.
I'm going to try to compile a new ROM.
Anyway, it's just for fun.

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Which rom is faster or better in performance in your mind? I'm using lj50036's Crombi, it's quite fast but I'm struggling with wifi.
 
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Even if I merged in support in the kernel, its up to the user to modify the fstab in the device tree and compile a new ROM to use f2fs.
So I just did that yesterday. Compiled my own and very first unofficial cm11 nightly with your sources, which uses two f2fs partitions of my sdcard for /data and /cache. The smile on my face when my prime booted up and is now flying like ****: EPIC!

I thank you and all other involved tf201 developers for that [emoji2]

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