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21st February 2013, 05:59 PM |#11  
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Josteink, good to see the new thread.
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422 definitely runs slower though. Do you think that's a result of upgrading instead of a full wipe?
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Also, what are you seeing in 422 that makes it a good update. I really didn't see much change besides the phablet interface, which I'm not sure I like.
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I'd really like to know your opinion. Thanks.

I've had roughly the same performance in 4.2 as in 4.1. No major difference once the kinks and kernels got worked out. You can try a full wipe. I'd definitely recommend that, but I can't promise wild boosts in performance either.

The "phablet" interface takes some getting used to, but once you get there (at least once I got there), I've found myself to prefer it over the old one. The best way I can describe it is that after a while it feels more like a real Android-tablet now and less like a Windows-95 based tablet. YMMV.

Apart from that, things I like in 4.2.x which you didn't have in 4.1.x would definitely be the lock clock (CM10.1 cLock) and other lock-screen widgets. That, and abilty to add user-accounts, which sounds neat, but I don't need it.

Apart from that (on my phone), stock CM camera (which is useful on a phone) now also includes HDR mode, and they just keep on adding things on a daily basis.

I like that. CM10 is pretty much "done", and nothing new happens there, but CM10.1 has a lot of action these days.

You can feel it moving. You can feel you are on the bleeding edge

My 2 cents
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21st February 2013, 06:05 PM |#12  
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work whit kat kernel ?
21st February 2013, 07:09 PM |#13  
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It comes with a forked KatKernel by default.

I see no reason flashing Tim's version shouldn't work, but I haven't tried yet. Will double check later this evening.

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21st February 2013, 08:11 PM |#14  
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It comes with a forked KatKernel by default.

I see no reason flashing Tim's version shouldn't work, but I haven't tried yet. Will double check later this evening.

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I don't know about Tim's version neither, but this combo does work on my system: no SOD in the last hour.
That's a first! Up to now the only kernels that work were Rayman's
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21st February 2013, 08:25 PM |#15  
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Sorry about the slow server.

Official Ubuntu should be up now and I've removed my mirror, so hopefully we'll get some proper juice back again
21st February 2013, 08:34 PM |#16  
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work whit kat kernel ?

Confirmed working with Kat kernel 94 for CM10.1.
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Is better than eos 4?

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21st February 2013, 08:45 PM |#18  
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Is better than eos 4?

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I'm obviously biased


Really though. Team EOS4 is very polished ROM and Timduru is doing an excellent job with it. Respect all the way.

Me though, I like CM-based ROMs and thought it would be nice if there were at least one maintained CM10.1 build for the TF101.

I think it's pretty good and it's my daily driver
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Confirmed working with Kat kernel 94 for CM10.1.

I don't have that Developer Options as well as Performance options? How come? But I like the interface
22nd February 2013, 12:20 AM |#20  
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I don't have that Developer Options as well as Performance options? How come? But I like the interface

Go in about phone and tap the build number till it says you ve enabled developper options and it ll show up

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Any drawbacks in using the linaro build?
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