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By mohlin, Junior Member on 20th June 2014, 05:26 PM
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13th May 2015, 06:12 PM |#11  
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Try running the p6800 with rooted, stock, debloated JB 4.1.2 XMD3 with JB (and earlier) apps. It still runs pretty snappy and I have and 8.4 Tab S.
 
 
4th June 2015, 02:48 PM |#12  
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Yes, it is !!
With de CM 12.1 (from Daniel_HK) it a new device !!!
5th June 2015, 04:35 PM |#13  
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I've got an i815, but only use it for wifi. Just rooted it and installed TWRP. Tried a few roms, from Omni 5.1.1 experimental, to a few 4.2 variants, they also seemed to slow down after awhile and lag a lot. Now I'm on 4.4.4 r2 Carbon from daniel_hk and it's been solid for days... it's not seeming to have the slow down issues. I just wish there was a way to disable the radios without resorting to airplane mode. I still might abandon, as one of the things I wanted was to do TiVo streaming, but the stock image of 4.0.4 isn't supported.... aaaand flipping to a supported verson of Android (4.1.2+) has issues because the TiVo app does not work on any CM based ROM's. Unfortunately, the only person I saw that tried a stock P68xx ROM on the i815 ended up without touch input on the device.
19th February 2016, 03:05 PM |#14  
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Originally Posted by golfinggino

I have had this device since it first came out but I would not say it is still a great device - I don't use it anymore it is just too slow I have flashed the latest cm12 ROM and it is still very slow - its best feature was its screen but with the tab s there really is no reason to use this anymore - rest in peace it was the best but that was years ago

Understand and agree. There are more powerful and versatile devices since the venerable 7.7. I guess I'll always keep mine for historical purposes as it was the Tab 7.7 that caused Apple to go ballistic resorting to litigation!
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