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[ROM][28.10.2014] Unofficial Cyanogenmod 11.0 [4.4.4]

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19th June 2015, 05:35 PM |#951  
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What is new or fixed or better? Any changelog? nice work btw...may flash it if i see that it pays off
 
 
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What is new or fixed or better? Any changelog? nice work btw...may flash it if i see that it pays off

It's hard to put together a changelog because it features many changes from cm-12 releases. It's more or less at same state as cm12, but cm11 runs much better on our old device . The one bad bug that remains is music skipping, however, you may install VLC media player to avoid this issue.
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It's hard to put together a changelog because it features many changes from cm-12 releases. It's more or less at same state as cm12, but cm11 runs much better on our old device . The one bad bug that remains is music skipping, however, you may install VLC media player to avoid this issue.

Is the sometimes laggy screen fixed?
20th June 2015, 12:09 AM |#954  
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Can I install on LVM partition or I must remove it?
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Is the sometimes laggy screen fixed?

Hmm, what bug are you talking about? Touch screen related or the LCD? I haven't noticed these issues myself.

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Can I install on LVM partition or I must remove it?

It's LVM compatible, but it should also work fine without it.
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Hmm, what bug are you talking about? Touch screen related or the LCD? I haven't noticed these issues myself.


It's LVM compatible, but it should also work fine without it.

The atmel ts may not recognize finger release at all times and the synaptic ts sometimes fails to return from suspend bugs in the first post
29th June 2015, 08:58 PM |#957  
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CM11 is finally available at Basketbuild. U8800pro/U8860 will follow.

This version has 256MB zRAM. I think it's not optimal, but I forgot to change it and noticed it only after flashing. I might do another release later to fix that and a couple of issues on U8800pro.

I couldn't find the exact place where the last Rom details are. Will you edit the first message in the first page when the fixed version is ready? If so when will it be ready for us to download?

I guess you prefer to focus on CM12 since it's the latest Android. But i think that CM11 may give better performance on our ancient device. Since you also declared that:

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It's more or less at same state as cm12, but cm11 runs much better on our old device .

, i hope you focus on CM11 rather than CM12 in the near future. A stable, fast and everyday use CM11 Rom is my dream.

Thanks for your efforts, hope to hear from you soon
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I couldn't find the exact place where the last Rom details are. Will you edit the first message in the first page when the fixed version is ready? If so when will it be ready for us to download?

I guess you prefer to focus on CM12 since it's the latest Android. But i think that CM11 may give better performance on our ancient device. Since you also declared that:



, i hope you focus on CM11 rather than CM12 in the near future. A stable, fast and everyday use CM11 Rom is my dream.

Thanks for your efforts, hope to hear from you soon

Yeah, I need to fix up the information on the first page and link it all to GitHub, where you also have the bug tracker and tutorials. I will do another CM11 release for sure, there were some fixes and optimizations that I forgot to implement in CM11 and these will be added too. Also, since CM11 code is more or less frozen, I could prepare a flashable zip that makes internal SD card primary, which is useful for those who do not have an SD card.
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