Things which now work(both builds):
-Audio, permanent mic fix
-most games, apps that work on 4.1.2
-overclocking, to 1.2
-all android 4.2 features now work after gapps install, but swype keyboard is still a little funny
*******things which dont work:
-screen wake up issue is no problem with new kernel, but with this 2.6.39 it just wont go away!
-still need to figure out a symlink for large obb files, etc. so there will never be a need to change CWM recovery/partitions for this android version
-I added the SIO scheduler and set it as default, works very well, but you cannot change it under >settings>performance, it is not implemented in CM yet, just use no frills app for now
-I also added lulzactive governor, it does work, i dunno how good it is.
******* I do not consider these roms daily driveable on this kernel until I figure out this wake up issue and symlinks, Ill do that last one once i figure out the first.
-to get developer options and performance settings to show up, you have to go to >settings>about tablet> "build number", and hit that tab 7 times, it will count you down the last three, and then the two options will now be there under settings again for "developer options" and "performance."
******-AOKP*******, all the features are there and working, nice and smooth, gapps drags it down a little but its good enough to see if you even like 4.2, im still on the fence here.
*****-CM10.1-***** they now have "expanded desktop" ported from PA, so I can finally use CM for nba Jam, woohoo!!, I added in this option, to turn it on go into settings>system>power menu>and check "expanded desktop"
-I put back the old zram setup, you can now turn it on in settings>performance>memory management
-you can also add buttons to the navbar, so far only "search" and "menu"
-this one is better than AOKP, but GAPPS slow it down a little too, prolly need to slim those down some, but many are now required for everything to work right, I dont like this...it is what is is I guess, but its google being more like apple.
350meg partition, NO EXCUSES! both internal and external storage register as an SDCARD, while sdcard is emulated in the /data partition, I hope you are already 4gig, or you run out of room real quick. Of course, the partition table may need to be reconfigured, but my current goal is to symlink /android/data to the "original" internal storage,so the partitions dont need to be fooled with. any input or ideas are welcomed.
Super huge thanks for BORKATA and TEAMDRH, as well as AOKP, and CM guys!!!!!!
cant do any of it without there contributions......go thank them.