There are probably tons of issues, as this have seen only very little testing so far.
- Kindle app forcecloses sometimes.
- Location access does not work (workaround turn wifi off, then on).
By popular demand, I am making available kernels that enable trim support unconditionally, use at your own risk. Flash them after every reflash of CM. For Nook HD+ and for Nook HD
This will enable fstrm tht will run all by itself at quiet hours who knows when. If you are of the impatient type and want your fstrim to be executed right away, run this command in terminal or from adb shell (no quotes): "vdc fstrim dotrim".
I got my first soft reboot. When it came back up I had a startup message:
"System UIDs are inconsistent
UIDs on the system ate inconsistent, you need to wipe your data partition or your device will be unstatble."
The only option was "I feel lucky."
Probably above problem was caused by my continuing to try to restore stuff with Titanium. Since restoring apps wouldn't work, I tried restoring only data for a couple of apps I had installed thru the Play Store or restored from Google. Titanium gave no error restoring data, but the apps in question didn't run as if they had the data.
HTC has been quite good about releasing expedient Android system … more
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