first up, before i get onto the responses, heres something i recieved from lexi (our wonderful hosting provider) in private message:
"Your new rom got downloaded more then 500 times since you upload it
great work again."
thanks to everyone trying out this rom, its great to see its so popular!
thanks for your excellent work humberos, ill personally be trying this one out!
to everyone else using this rom, i suggest you download this kernel and give it a shot, next rom should have a kernel at this stage.
Originally Posted by Justin^Tan
Is your kernel compatible with AOKP Rom? coz I once goes from slimsbuild to your rom and it doesnt match, i need your kernel for your rom to work
^^^ see above.
Originally Posted by Jal84
Thanks for all devs working on this great ROM.
I have one question; is there anyway to add fast charging mods to this rom. I have probably no idea about what I'm talking about, but I use Lord ClockaN's AOKP ROM on my Desire HD and it charges extremly faster that Stock ROM.
The Galaxy Tab takes hours before it is fully charged; and even worse it doesn't change at all when powered on and plugged to my PC
fast charging mode is included in AOKP. however, i've personally never tried it on the galaxy tab, and doubt it would work as i believe there would be something needed in the kernel to compliment it, but feel free to give it a shot and tell us how you go.
Originally Posted by lollavid
When I use by bluetooth headset (Jawbone) the volume is VERY low. Is there a way to adjust the volume?
Also, when I tried 3 different wired headphones w/ mics, the mic never worked (and again, the volume was very low).
i personally dont use bluetooth. however, DSPManager should help you boost the volume, though i cant confirm that for sure.
Originally Posted by N3RD420
Thanks could you tell me of an ics rom that would work for me?
I rock samsung
head over to rootzwiki and try out jt's CM9 build, it is for verizon, but it "might" work for sprint tablets (dont quote me on this, either way its a better choice than a GSM rom). i do believe the TE4M have something that will work for CDMA sometime soon (though they dont have CDMA tablets to test this). either way good luck.