The truth is that many features are lost against kk, but the speed with kk makes it insufferable. We must be realistic, our i9000 has reached the limit, and it is much better to lose those features and retrieve the great performance of this ROM.
Something I do not quite understand is that if google announced KK as a version that would work in terminals with 512 mb of RAM without problems, even better than with ICS or JB, why ours works so slow?. If the problem lies in the size of the partitions and not in RAM, would not it be possible to adapt this partition size from ICS to KK or is that no longer cares to cyanogenmod these limitations as current phones do not suffer this limitation?
Regards and thanks for this updated version of ICS.
Flashed Rom 1.4 and normal kernel yesterday. 720p recording (and everything else) seems to be working nicely. But I couldn't find the mackay settings like in the previous roms. Did I miss something or are they simply not (yet) implemented? I especially miss the BLX option...
RAM is not the only determinant of speed off course. A single core 1GHz cpu isn't too much either. And I feel that KK works better than JB on our device (but still not as good as ICS does). Repartitioning is not the solution. The problem is more general: all elements are slow. And communication between elements is slow. Nothing can really change that. Especially if you want to use it as a smart-phone - for multitasking.
I have a quick question, installed yesterday the 1.4 version runs really badass!!!! no rom was that fluent before but I miss the jelly bean google digital clock, how can I get it?? Because analog clock is boring and I hate the other versions from widget apps because I only need the time and date plus the alarm time. The funny thing is on the lockscreen the clock is also a pleasure but not on the homescreen can somone give me an advice how I can get either the lockscreen clock on to the homescreen or the jelly bean clock on ics?