Alright, here's a quick report (there's not much to be said):
- Camera, same as always.
- Performance, a lot better. I feel it's a lot snappier, and faster. Scrolling is very smooth. UI animations are very smooth.
- Battery, goes down a little bit faster than usual, maybe a little bit faster than FXP109.
I have finally decided to try CM7.2 and 9.0, unlocked my bootloader etc. to prepare for this. However, I have ended up with a problem with the build.prop and I can't load the file. Read all relevant posts about this but I don't really get how to fix this. First I tried to delete the assert line in update.script. I managed to load CM9.0 with this change, but ROM did not get up running. Got stuck on the Sony Ericsson logo. Had to install stock ROM with SEUS and start all over again.
Then I tried to copy build.prop from stock rom and replaced this file in the new ROM before loading it. Ended up with the same assert problem as with my first attempt.
I'm a bit tired playing around with this now. How come this ROM is built with the wrong files for X10? Please come back with a clear instruction how to solve this issue.
You shouldn't be seeing the sony erricson logo unless you haven't flashed the correct kernel.
Go to the cm9/cm7.2 thread in general section for help.
this one my friend the kernel is in flashtool-0.6.8/firmwares and its name is X10_CUSTOM.ftf but you just have to start the flashtool provided in the .7z and flash it like doom one. Good luck and enjoy CM !
Olympique Lyonnais GSIII on ArchiPort+Boeffla Kernel
Dep sleep is working fine here. I'll put up a screenshot later (gonna record for a second time). Yesterday's record was like 2 hours, but then no more, because I my brother played it, and had to recharge it again. But I can confirm that it works fine.
Yep, I can also confirm with Hzu, deep sleep works fine! No problemo
To prove it, here's a screenshot. My CPU clock is set to 128 - 1036Mhz, with the INTERACTIVE governor. And I use the built-in CyanogenMod settings to change these values, I don't use any other external applications like SetCPU or No-frill CPU since they're completely unnecessary because of the CM Settings menu.
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