I did completely remove Apollo and DSP Manager because on my device I was experiencing music cuts and skips. As a replacement I installed poweramp. Headset shortcuts and volume keys do work as intended and poweramp pauses/plays/skips tracks as it's suposed to be. You can probably try by disabling Apollo first instead of removing it.
## Release build 20140303 - cm-10.2
* Latest cm10.2 changes
* Updated kernel to 3.4.82
* Updated BFQ io scheduler
* Corrected device name/manufacturer
* Enabled Sony apps in market
* Boot 2 seconds faster in CWM
Basketbuild buildbot is not functional yet so I am building on my home PC.
Builds will roll alphabetically until tomorrow.
This is the final build that will be released with the current PMEM kernel.
Mike, first of all thanks for keeping our beloved 2011 xperias fresh and up to date. I do love my Arc S and tbh thanks to your work I won't feel the need of changing phones anytime soon.
I do have some questions:
1- by last release I guess it means that if an update happens it will be once ION is in release state right?
2- I'm currently running the cm10.2 - 20140112 release and it's running great.You disabled "in-call noise suppression" on release cm10.2 - 20140207 and well it's a feature (if it is truely working) that I don't want to lose, so I'm staying at cm10.2 - 20140112. I know you disabled it because some people were experiencing "echoes" in calls. If I do upgrade to the cm10.2 - 20140303 is there an option to re-enable it? I know there is a "check" you can set under "phone dialer"->menu-key->settings. Or would I have to sync the repository, change it manualy and compile for my device?
3- We all know there is the DarkKernel with increased RAM and oc up to 1800Mhz. Is there any specific reason you are leaving everything at the defaults? About the OC I guess so people don't destroy their mobiles, but increased RAM?
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