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21st December 2010, 12:02 AM   |  #221  
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Quadrant scores are unreliable and deceiving. I can vouch that voodoo is a much better option compared to OCLF.

Benchmark scores aren't everything. Go with user experience.

[GC_R2 w/ JL4 Voodoo]

I have super I/O and oclf... and this thing is smooth. From your perspective and observation, how would voodoo be an improvement (I am compelled to make the kernel swap if performance is more than marginally affected.)

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21st December 2010, 12:25 AM   |  #222  
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Hey do we do this procedure? The whole rm/system/apps /maps.apk process? I can't just uninstall my maps from the settings, and im having that same issue where my updated maps vanished and old maps reappeared. I had the new maps for a day and it was awesome


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Yes, that procedure.
21st December 2010, 12:37 AM   |  #223  
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Lol I meant to say.. "how do we do this procedure?"

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21st December 2010, 12:43 AM   |  #224  
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seems like i had the opposite issue with maps, onced loaded, it updated via market. used it and it worked fine, then i rebooted and maps/navigation was completely gone. resintalled it and used it again, rebooted and so far so good.
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Interesting. It wont allow me to uninstall maps from the market or application settings so I can't download the latest version.

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21st December 2010, 01:09 AM   |  #226  
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i have been using this room for a day now its much better performance wise than nero , battery life is better on this rom for me compared to nero im using jk2, the only thing better in nero is it has swype pre-installed but i took care of that
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Interesting. It wont allow me to uninstall maps from the market or application settings so I can't download the latest version.

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From a terminal or adb shell:
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rm /system/app/Maps.apk && rm /system/app/Copy\ of\ Maps.apk
Go and download Maps from the Market.
21st December 2010, 04:02 AM   |  #228  
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its unfortunate that I ever tried the Froyo 2.2 AOSP rom posted here.... because ever since then I've been trying to find a rom that ran as fast and had as good battery life.

Thats my problem with this rom... battery lasts less than a day... with the aosp rom, I could easily get 2 days =) That being said, I really like the rom very mcuh, and if there was any room for improvement battery wise, man, this thing would be solid gold.

Didnt mean to sound like a total downer.

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21st December 2010, 04:08 AM   |  #229  
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Interesting. It wont allow me to uninstall maps from the market or application settings so I can't download the latest version.

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For people who's having problem updating the google maps...(download root explorer if you don't have one) Go to root explorer>system>apps and delete the maps.apk...then download google maps from the market...you shouldn't have to update again everytime you reboot your phone....hope this helps =)
21st December 2010, 05:10 AM   |  #230  
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For people who's having problem updating the google maps...(download root explorer if you don't have one) Go to root explorer>system>apps and delete the maps.apk...then download google maps from the market...you shouldn't have to update again everytime you reboot your phone....hope this helps =)

Ok i've tried this and it works. this won't have a negative effect right?

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