There were some RTL patches in upstream that are already included in the latest build. And there is more to come.
Proper ext support (for both froyo and gingerbread) will come with the release of the kernel sources.
Thanks for the reply!
1- does app2ext in general truly boost RAM performance, lessen redraws, increase multitasking and so forth, as a result of the free space or is that really just a misunderstanding?
2- When are Kernel sources usually released?
3- Any ideas regarding Arabic Support in Gingerbread? Do you think the libwebcore file we used in froyo with Arabic support in web and mail would still work with cm7?
I have ADW EX too, and I want to replace the ADW on the ROM like you did. How do you go about doing it?
I'm noob, if you could provide step by step instructions, it would be appreciated.
Best way would be to replace it in the CM7 update file and reflash. You can also use rootexplorer to do it. If you choose my former method, remove the ADWLauncher.apk from the /system/app folder in the update zip file. Then download the apk of ADW EX and put it in the same folder and reflash.
The camera seems to freeze on me after I take a picture, it also doesn'e save the picture into the gallery. Also, I'm using ADW Ex, and my bar at the top doesn't appear after a reboot. I have to use my swipe up action to bring it back. Any suggestions?
Latest version is super! No problems for now, just one home redraw in 20 hours...
I didnt even need to replace the boot.img and everything works smoothly and faster!
Till yesterday i was almost sure that when new MIUI version was going to come out i would switch to that, but now i would be skeptical!
With Feeyo's tip and a bit of another... I think I got a way to lock any app in memory (on boot up) that normally gets killed such as a music app or sms app.
Then you can safely crank the free ram from the 3rd slot up without fear of killing something you want to keep alive...
Can u give me some clues how to make it? Yesterday i killed my sms app after bulletproofing launcher;/
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