Welcome to an unofficial, yet stable CyanogenMod 10 JellyBean release !
* Your warranty is now void.
* I am not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards, thermonuclear
* war, or the current economic crisis caused by you following these
* directions. YOU are choosing to make these modificiations, and
* if you point your finger at me for messing up your device, I will
* laugh at you. Loud and hard.
I compiled this from source, using my own device tree, modified to cope with the need of cyanogenmod.
As always, an overclockable, stable and speedy kernel is included.
Why did I build this ?
Because the current (official) CM10 releases are way to unstable and sluggish to be usable.
I reviewed their code on GitHub and noticed many outdated libraries as well as an outdated kernel.
I even added on some more features, like full dock support !
You do have:
Dock battery symbol in the navbar
Dock battery percentage in the navbar
Fully working lid system (when you close the lid, the device goes to suspend mode, like it does in asus releases)
Fully working CyanogenMod reboot menu - reboot to recovery option does that exactly.
Android 4.1.1 system
Full H/W acceleration
VooDoo Sound Improvements
External SD Card
Overclocking up to 1.6 GHZ
CIFS/TUN/XPAD/FF-MEMLESS modular support
Dock function keys are 100% functional !
NTFS automounting does finally work !
No more greyish overlay when browsing forums, etc !
HDMI Audio [b2]
Bluetooth Audio [b2]
New CM10 bootanimation [b2]
Use all LINARO optimizations (rom) [b2]
Enhanced SIO (Simple I/O) Scheduler [b2]
Fully reworked kernel with better 2D/3D performance, undervolting support, RR and SOD fixes [b3]
Added governors: lazy, lionheart, lulzactive [b3]
New DAC audio filter and WM8903 codecs - better noise reduction [b3]
Kernel fix to invert the ASUS-inverted lid control - thanks K900 [b3]
Tweak: raymanfx_services init.d script - gives you cifs/tun/modules access and mounts the system R/W [b3]
Static Voltage Scaling (SVS) to support undervolting through apps - Use 'Voltage Control' from play store [b4]
Rotation (was broken because of K900's new fix, now fixed again) [b4]
1080p playback improvements (some codecs may stutter more than others) [b4]
Fixed a bug when changing governors [b5]
CyanogenMod upstream changes [b5]
kernel improvements [b5]
Android 4.1.2 (JZO54K) [v6]
Since this is stable enough, we move away from beta version names. Current and later versions will be named (v#), # being the version number [v6]
Better memory management, hopefully fixing that strange lockscreen bug some users were having [v6]
Performance inprovements [v6]
Linux 2.X kernel upstream updates [v6]
CM10 updates - THANKS to gierdo for providing this, built from my sources! [v7]
WiFi wake issue
use the drop down menu which is found by tapping the additional options in the top right corner of the screen and select "advanced"
tap on the "keep wifi on during sleep" option
So is this considered a "better" release than your AOSP release? What's different?
Well, you know, it's CyanogenMod, mate !
More features, more awesome controls, more bugfixes, etc.
Originally Posted by dhoang
Overclock to 1.6, so i assume kernel is included. How about gapp, do we need to flash it after flashing the rom?
Sent from my Transformer TF101 using xda premium
Yeah, my homebrew kernel is included, but I started it from scratch, just for a stable, exclusive CyanogenMod 10 release !
Since this is a aftermarket firmware (anything other than pure vanilla AOSP is) I am not allowed to include the Google Apps.
Download them and flash them manually.
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