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CM9, CM10, CM11... which one to choose?

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24th May 2014, 08:59 PM   |  #21  
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I was using CM9 for a while and recently went to CM11. While others are sharing great success and how great things are running, I haven't been too happy with it. Apps that would normally run are now lagging like no other. Waking up from sleep seems to be an issue. Random reboots. I also still can't access the sounds setting without settings FCing on me. Eh, best of luck to whatever you choose!

Which CM11 are /have had problems with? I'm running Milaq's latest and it's running perfectly for me.
24th May 2014, 09:32 PM   |  #22  
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Which CM11 are /have had problems with? I'm running Milaq's latest and it's running perfectly for me.

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24th May 2014, 09:46 PM   |  #23  
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Yes, I think it is based on Milaq's but hasn't been updated for a while. As you are already set up for data /media roms I would suggest you try Milaq's, hopefully you will be pleasantly surprised. (with a clean install)

Good luck and have fun.
24th May 2014, 09:55 PM   |  #24  
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Yes, I think it is based on Milaq's but hasn't been updated for a while. As you are already set up for data /media roms I would suggest you try Milaq's, hopefully you will be pleasantly surprised. (with a clean install)

Good luck and have fun.

Thanks.. I'll give it a try
26th May 2014, 03:10 AM   |  #25  
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the latest from jcsullins is super easy to install via toolbox, and netflix works too!!

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I was on CM9 for a long time and quite happy but decided to make the jump to CM11/4.4.2 and have zero regrets.

The updated look and feel is well worth it, the interface and UI is super responsive and much quicker than CM9. This may be due in part to having to do a full uninstall of CM. Battery life is great.

I am on 20140409-SNAPSHOT-jcsullins which is a data media build and frankly was not hard to setup. AcmeInstaller takes care of everything and the only real additional step was resizing the partitions which was super easy with the .zips, I highly recommend mpgrimm2's guide and if you can find it Roland Deschain's guide. Give it a couple of reads and it's really not hard.

Netflix won't work out of the box but again, the fix is super easy, use method #2 from this thread and enjoy, just one .zip to flash and just make sure you are on Netflix 3.2.1 and do not have autoupdate on.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2405995

I highly recommend spending about 15 minutes to read through the setup guides, then another 20-30 minutes to go through the uninstall and fresh install of CM11. You will not regret it.


the latest from jcsullins is super easy to install via toolbox, and netflix works too!!
27th August 2014, 04:20 AM   |  #26  
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might be just the case that you've been installing too many apps
i'm on the last cm9 nightly, and everything works (audio, video/decoding, bluetooth, camera, wifi etc), and everything is as fast as I remember it
additionally, i've flashed the modified kernel that you can overclock the cpu/gpu, so games and whatnot are faster
i've only installed things i actually use, have greenified to hibernate everything when not in use, and go to deep sleep mode after 1 min of screen off

anyways, i sorta want to upgrade to cm11, just because it's newer, is there a version that has everything working and stable except the camera, that's the one thing i never use (i also very rarely use the bluetooth, but i like syncing the ps3 controller to play games)

Do you know what the speed of the Touchpad is on CM11 ROMs (JCSullin's in particular)? I recall in the WebOS days that the Touchpad's CPU was run slower than stock speed. Seems there's not as much talk about overclocking these Touchpads on the Android side though.
8th October 2014, 02:16 AM   |  #27  
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I have upgraded to cm11 and it runs very smooth and stable! I recommend it! Just follow all the steps to install.

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