[ROM] [AOSP][LINARO] LIQUIDSMOOTH JellyBean [4.2.1] Beta 3.2 [mako] » Jan 25

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mikehunt22

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Is anybody getting extreme lag going to the task switcher? Sometimes for me it takes 4-5 seconds to open it and my navigation keys tend to stay highlighted or "stick on" at times. I did dirty flash over the last update but I was having the same issue before. Just curious if its a known issue or unique to me. Other than that, fantastic ROM! :)

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Is anybody getting extreme lag going to the task switcher? Sometimes for me it takes 4-5 seconds to open it and my navigation keys tend to stay highlighted or "stick on" at times. I did dirty flash over the last update but I was having the same issue before. Just curious if its a known issue or unique to me. Other than that, fantastic ROM! :)

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No, but I am getting a blank screen just showing the wallpaper & dock icons (no widgets etc) when I click the home button softkey. Stays 4-5 secs then returns to normal - I am using the latest NOVA beta. It was running perfectly up until a few days ago.

Also, is LIQUIDSMOOTH dead in the water? Time to move to a new ROM?

Cheers.
 

samthe2can

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No, but I am getting a blank screen just showing the wallpaper & dock icons (no widgets etc) when I click the home button softkey. Stays 4-5 secs then returns to normal - I am using the latest NOVA beta. It was running perfectly up until a few days ago.

Also, is LIQUIDSMOOTH dead in the water? Time to move to a new ROM?

Cheers.

No news from Liquid on any social network yet.

I don't reckon it will stop entirely though, just slow down
 

onishchuk4

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Is anybody getting extreme lag going to the task switcher? Sometimes for me it takes 4-5 seconds to open it and my navigation keys tend to stay highlighted or "stick on" at times. I did dirty flash over the last update but I was having the same issue before. Just curious if its a known issue or unique to me. Other than that, fantastic ROM! :)

Sent from my Nexus 4 using xda premium

Yeah I have noticed it too. 3.1 was worse though. This one tends to do it when waking the phone and going to the task switcher the first time. On the plus side, the battery life has been exceptional.
 

baffula

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So I used to use LiquidSmooth on my Thunderbolt. But, I now have a nexus 4! Such a better phone.

On that one, there was always new radios, kernels... blah blah, took forever to get a good combination.

What is the best radio, kernel to use with this rom?

Also, being a bit noobish here, but, what is the proper procedure once rooted with CWM installed to get this on the phone?

Are there any links with a thorough how to?

Thanks and sorry for the noobert questions.
 
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nucgaek

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Just wondering if anyone is getting no korean at all - ie. when trying to select system languages the "korean" selection is a blank bar, and trying to go on a korean site (e.g. naver.com) on the phone gives no text? Very odd, maybe I missed something.
 

Stretlow

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Why's that? Would you advise moving to a different rom then?

Read a few pages back, there was a statement about the team split and that they we're going to continue developing.

They now have less resource which is obviously going to slow development.

I'm not a dev, just a user, I would never "advise" someone to use a different rom.
 

sean222

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Sorry, but I made the switch over to Xylon and I've been pretty happy. I've been able to customize it just like LiquidSmooth and it's just as smooth :)
Xylon seems to pushing out updates pretty often.

I know LiquidSmooth isn't 'dead' ...but it sure has slowed down a lot :( Such a shame...it was my favorite Rom.
 

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So I used to use LiquidSmooth on my Thunderbolt. But, I now have a nexus 4! Such a better phone.

On that one, there was always new radios, kernels... blah blah, took forever to get a good combination.

What is the best radio, kernel to use with this rom?

Also, being a bit noobish here, but, what is the proper procedure once rooted with CWM installed to get this on the phone?

Are there any links with a thorough how to?

Thanks and sorry for the noobert questions.

Liquidsmooth ROM & Harsh Kernel works very well on my nexus
 
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pongalong

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Sorry, but I made the switch over to Xylon and I've been pretty happy. I've been able to customize it just like LiquidSmooth and it's just as smooth :)
Xylon seems to pushing out updates pretty often.

I know LiquidSmooth isn't 'dead' ...but it sure has slowed down a lot :( Such a shame...it was my favorite Rom.

Xylon is an excellent rom but I definitely noticed more scrolling lag in apps like xda.

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    New build up for all to test :)
    Cheers!!


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    Yeah I finished patching our system core and frameworks_rs. Some things worth noting, the fixes I implemented in these two repositories minimized compiler warnings greatly. The rom was compiled with the official Google/linaro 4.7 tool chain at full -O3 (the highest level of compiler optimization considered to be stable, if you like to read more about Cflags I suggest you check out the gentoo how to...) I also compile the Franco kernel inline at -O3 with the 4.7 tool chain inline during this process..I can proudly say typing from this mako that this is about as fast as a ROM can get without making any major kernel tweaks ;) the floodgates will be opened soon enough...I get back to work in about an hour or so :)

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    This is the smallest ROM in terms of size. I always wonder if squeezing the size is at the cost of some compromise in other aspects of the ROM. Non of the other ROMS out there is even close to 116mb. Thanks

    No we compromise nothing my man...in fact we're notorious for being fully featured and the small optimized otapackage unquestionably benefits your I/O performance which definitely matters on these phones that use sometimes less than 'performance' level nand flash...

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    ---------- Post added at 02:29 PM ---------- Previous post was at 02:29 PM ----------

    Rc 1? Awesomeeeee! Can't wait.

    One small request, can you implement the status clock color change like in xylon's rom? Please =)

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    Already implemented my in rc1.

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