Originally Posted by Fenomeno-Tony
I tried to run Antutu but everytime it stops at 76%.
And adding a profile picture doesn't work.
That's caused by the adreno blobs from flo 6.0 used in this first release. Now I updated them from latest qcom release and the 3d test in antutu doesn't fail anymore. So tomorrow I will release a new build with that issue fixed.
Originally Posted by ukguy115
Two minor things maybe; is a clear all recents button available somewhere and I can't turn off keyboard/touch sounds, I turn off the toggle but they are still on.
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I think that the first issue you mention is an upstream bug, we have to wait for it to get fixed.
Originally Posted by Darkmasterhk
I too needed to format my sdcard (in portable mode) maybe filesystem related? I had an exfat fs now its fat32.
That could be related to android_secure folder in external sdcard, but I need someone to erase it from recovery and confirm if that solves the issue. If that is the case, what I really need to fix is TWRP, which should erase android_secure folder when you do a factory reset.
Originally Posted by mackeev
Installed yesterday. Enjoying now! Just great! Gamma is much better than in the two recent 12.1s.
Can't figure, though, how to make voice input work. There is a mic icon on keyboard... but nothing happens. Can live with that.
Gamma should be exactly the same as in my builds of cm-12.1. About voice input, it's probably an upstream bug too.
Originally Posted by DSC05
Portable storage works for me. I experienced some sd dismounts as on cm12.1. But in contrast to cm12.1 the external sd doesn't remount by itself. So I have to make reboot...
Otherwise everything seems work smooth and stable. Thanks for your hard work!
Maybe the new storage approach used in marshmallow makes the sdcard not to remount automatically, no idea since I don't have unmounts. I'm sure someone else will confirm this in the following days. This post
is interesting, you should read it, maybe the easiest workaround is to use a different sdcard. What brand, capacity, class... is the sdcard you are using?