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Anyone else flashed a custom rom for 4.2.2?

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17th February 2013, 04:49 PM   |  #1  
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Evervolv flashed without any difficulty for me yesterday. I've yet to discover any problems with this rom. I also used Rascarlo's gapps to minimize the Google apps installation package. Adobe flash is also working without problems for my NWS radar site. This ROM will probably become my daily driver until my favorite ROM and kernel package is available and tested....

BTW, I now show 1.6gb of ram under Settings/Apps/Running... .
17th February 2013, 08:28 PM   |  #2  
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Official CM10.1 is working great! It seems to run smoother since 4.2.2 for me. Used the gapps from Banks.
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Official CM10.1 is working great! It seems to run smoother since 4.2.2 for me. Used the gapps from Banks.

Yeah, latest nightly seems to be working well for me. (17th)
17th February 2013, 11:12 PM   |  #4  
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I'm running the latest version of Jellybro, no issues so far.
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Running latest CM10.1 which pretty stable and solid for me.
19th February 2013, 12:28 AM   |  #6  
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AOKP (2/17) on 4.2.2 also seems stable so far...
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Finally decide abandon CM 10.1

Now running Unofficial AOKP 4.2.2, 1st time running AOKP, never know it was that cool! It has more customization to do.

- Better customize function in AOKP v/s CM 10.1:
- Switching between PHONE / TABLET /PHABLET UI Mode!
- Set transparency level, height & color Navigation Bar.
- Transparency level for Notification Bar.
- Layout changes for Statusbar Toggles.
- Clock position switch.
- LED light changes
- Custom Boot Animation. (Pre-loaded with stock animation)

So far AOKP was running stable as well.
21st February 2013, 02:46 PM   |  #8  
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Originally Posted by Ted C.

Evervolv flashed without any difficulty for me yesterday. I've yet to discover any problems with this rom. I also used Rascarlo's gapps to minimize the Google apps installation package. Adobe flash is also working without problems for my NWS radar site. This ROM will probably become my daily driver until my favorite ROM and kernel package is available and tested....

BTW, I now show 1.6gb of ram under Settings/Apps/Running... .

I'll be getting my N10 today...by tonight I'll have a custom rom on it....thinking of trying one of the Linaro roms.
Anyone tried one of those yet?
22nd February 2013, 03:56 PM   |  #9  
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I'll be getting my N10 today...by tonight I'll have a custom rom on it....thinking of trying one of the Linaro roms.
Anyone tried one of those yet?

I just got mine last night as well, going to try AOKP tonight.

I have ran several Linaro kernel/ROMS on my Nexus 7 and its not the magic speed bullet you might expect it to be. Maybe 2-3 % faster.
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Finally decide abandon CM 10.1

Now running Unofficial AOKP 4.2.2, 1st time running AOKP, never know it was that cool! It has more customization to do.

- Better customize function in AOKP v/s CM 10.1:
- Switching between PHONE / TABLET /PHABLET UI Mode!
- Set transparency level, height & color Navigation Bar.
- Transparency level for Notification Bar.
- Layout changes for Statusbar Toggles.
- Clock position switch.
- LED light changes
- Custom Boot Animation. (Pre-loaded with stock animation)

So far AOKP was running stable as well.

Have you had any problem with the navigation bars disappearing in portrait mode?

I tried AOKP a month ago and ran into an issue where the navigation bar buttons disappeared whenever I turned my device into a portrait orientation. Since then, I have been running Cyanogenmod nightlies and have been pleasantly surprised how reliable they are despite the moniker "nightly."

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