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Is tethering work on this rom ?

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USB Tethering is definitely working, Wi-Fi tethering I couldn't get working. Rom is running very well for me otherwise. coming from kang 1/23/13 nightly, this rom seems possibly faster (could just be my "flash" addiction)
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eXistZ's rom was by far my favorite on my Inspire 4g so I was excited to see something with his name on it for my S3. He's still providing some of the best work out there, fast and stable and simple.

Voice search FC'd on me a few times until I updated now it works great. GPS was a little wonky but seems fine now after a couple of reboots.
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Could you put a link in the OP to an option for inverted apps?
Added a link to the op for ya. I've tested it out and what I used worked, so you should be good to use it as well.
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eXistZ's rom was by far my favorite on my Inspire 4g so I was excited to see something with his name on it for my S3. He's still providing some of the best work out there, fast and stable and simple.

Voice search FC'd on me a few times until I updated now it works great. GPS was a little wonky but seems fine now after a couple of reboots.
Oh right I meant to add the part about Google Search to the op. Just got that added in though thanks for reminding me. As for GPS, I think that partially depends on where you're at because in Houston I can get a lock quickly but here in San Marcos i have a bit more trouble getting a lock.
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aokpX build: Feb-07-13
[platform_manifest]
•manifest: Bump tags up to android-4.2.1_r1.2 (JOP40G)

[android_samsung_kernel_d2]
•Linux 3.0.62
•lowmemorykiller: Updates from CAF's 3.4 msm kernel
•msm: kgsl: Add context reference counting to KGSL events
•msm: kgsl: Don't wake up gpu on kgsl_ioctl calls if not necessary
•arm: msm: qdsp6v2: Updates from CAF
•msm_fb: display: Updates from CAF
•msm: rotator: clear rotator bus scale handler
•msm: display: increase fence timeout

[packages_apps_ROMControl]
•PowerManager: Don't wake up device when charger is plugged/unplugged (2/2)
•Fix fc if the navbar icon is null
•LastApp Toggle [2/2]

[android_device_samsung_d2-common]
•d2-common: enable Krait Bionic Optimizations
•d2-common: Use a non-bogus ACDB id for AFE proxy
•d2: Add 48K samplerate

[vendor_aokp]
•bootanimation: update for aokpx
•aokp_d2tmo: Update build fingerprint (4.2.1; UVDLJC; JOP40G)

[platform_hardware_libhardware_legacy]
•STE_FMRDIO:enable STE_FM radio

[android_hardware_qcom_audio-caf]
•Updates from CAF

[platform_frameworks_base]
•QuickSettings: fix missing GPS state
•LastApp Toggle [1/2]
•Lockscreen: Add timeout and instant lock option to slide lock (2/2)

[platform_bionic]
•Krait bionic optimizations from CAF
•Misc. updates from CAF's aosp-new/master branch

[android_hardware_qcom_gps/android_hardware_qcom_display/android_frameworks_opt_telephony]
•Updates from CM

[platform_system_core/platform_frameworks_native/platform_frameworks_av]
•FM Radio: Add support for FM Radio in Android

In-depth changelog included in system/etc
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How does below work, I have tried multiple FM apps and none of them worked

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How does below work, I have tried multiple FM apps and none of them worked
Those were commits from upstream (AOKP). I don't use FM radio so I didn't test for that. Though I think I remember seeing similar patches in cm saying that there were problems on msm8960. Thanks for reporting though. This way I'll have a better idea as to what does/doesn't work beyond whats used by me... And I can make a few more notes one what needs working on other than "all the things in aokp"

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How is this different from aokp?
 
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How is this different from aokp?
It includes a lot of commits from CAF, AOSP master, Linaro and various other places. Its also built using GCC 4.7, plus full source is compiled with O3 and strict aliasing optimizations (and skia is compiled with Graphite optimizations), along with various ARM/NEON optimizations. Plus tons of other stuff through out the source...And also the ROM is built using OpenJDK 7 (instead of Java 6). That's just the changes I've made, not counting whatever SGS3 specifics from Synthetic

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Ok but more specifically are there any different or new features?
 
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I looked around a little, but couldn't find anything on this. In call volume doesn't work, meaning that using the volume controls during a phone call doesn't adjust the volume. Also, I couldn't find a list of what's not working in AOKP. Maybe I missed something.

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