It's about as perfect as it gets. Bluetooth and NFC are fine. I got about 18hrs of battery yesterday of normal usage. Includes two hours of music streaming. I can't stress enough how smooth it is. I was disappointed trying a lot of roms since I have even away from Android for a while and using Windows Phone. The fluidity wasnt even close. But this rom is silly smooth.
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I'm not sure how you could know if 18 hours was good or not...Besides streaming 2 hours of music, he doesn't mention what else he was doing but what if 12 hours of that is screen on time? As someone who has used both stock based 4.2.2 roms and slimkat 4.4 I find the battery life to be nearly identical for how I use my phone. In my experience, if he is only getting 18 hours from 100% to zero percent he either has the screen on constantly or there is something wrong with his battery. But from the few details he posts to make the assumption that this is some kind of battery test for 4.4 kit kat roms in general is kind of silly.
For instance, this morning I have been off charger for a little over 7 hours. I'm using Slimkat 2.3, my screen on time is 40 mins. I have been on phone calls for about 20 mins. I was wifi tethering for about 5 mins, I've sent and received 10 SMS and checked my email about a dozen times, my battery is at 94%. For me that is as good as it gets on stock based like Aeon. And I do not do anything special to adjust battery use on my phone. Bluetooth, wifi, NFC (Not GPS) etc are all on 100% of the time. So lets not draw any conclusions about an entire android build on the comments of one post and give someone a negative impression of a ROM in it's own development forum
18 hours doesn't sound too good but he may have had a huge screen on time. Usually I have NFC, Bluetooth, and GPS/location off unless I use it. But your experience sounds great. Based off of what you said, i would get pretty great battery life. Just looking for a more stable 4.4 ROM
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...from the few details he posts to make the assumption that this is some kind of battery test for 4.4 kit kat roms in general is kind of silly.
... So lets not draw any conclusions about an entire android build on the comments of one post and give someone a negative impression of a ROM in it's own development forum
Mine doesn't run like Sh*t. Haha, couldn't resist...
I have a few concrete questions...
1) When can we expect a stable release for the LG G2 D802 International version?
2) Seeing that the G2 is such a powerful machine, how much of a difference in speed one should expect from this ROM?
3) How stable is it?
4) What promise(s) do we have that their security (namely, the privacy guard) is as trust worthy as the original CyanogenMod one?
5) to what degree you can control the animation speed? I understand it comes with Nova as its default launcher (awesome!) but I wasn't clear if you can also terminate all animation through the OP itself without suffering known problems such as issues with automatic updating scrolling in Hangouts, etc.
6) Can we expect it to be updated, regularly, in the future like CM or is it just another try-it-and-throw-it ROM?
7) to what degree we can control bloatware?
8) what do we lose when switching to a "slim" ROM?