What kernel are you using?
I wanna try out CM, currently running on 4.4.4.
Is there a Nightly you would suggest to take or just use the latest?
Did you have to reset your device or can you convert an existing installation?
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I'm using Quanta-v4, with interactive (CPU)+ ondemand (GPU)+ deadline (I/0). So far it appears to be the best kernel when it comes to great performance and good battery life at the same time. Plus that you can OC the CPU a little bit from 1512 MHz to 1620 or even 1728 MHz.
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You should go for the latest nightly, of course. Be sure to make a factory reset with all the wipes needed (if you want no errors), and be careful to flash the correct version of Gapps and your device will "fly without turbulence". Also flash Quanta-v4 which you can control with "Kernel Adiutor" found in the Play Store and you'll have all the tweaking you need, if you're interested in that, plus lots of gamma profiles meant to make your device's display look much better (currently using "obsanity amoled" for it is the best option so far, imo).
>>> So after "consuming" the well known KitKat, take a sip of water and try the new "Lollipop". Hopefully you'll feel its taste, cause as we all know, pretty much everything tastes like nothing after you eat a good chocolate bar. LOL. But this particular Lollipop will blow your mind, believe me.
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Well, when you change the file system format, you basically erase everything. The instructions I followed tells you how to backup the "data" partition and restore after you change the file system from ext4 to f2fs, but no matter what I tried, the backup folder didn't show up anywhere in my device after I had pushed it with adb. So you can say that it was a clean install. And not to forget to mention, I didn't follow the "all f2fs..." tutorial cause the instructions were made by its creator in a hurry, I assume, and I couldn't boot my device. And I tried that tutorial more than once. If you want, I can give you the tutorial I followed.
is it possibleto update Nexus from 5.01 to 5.1 via dirty update? and how to do that? CyanDelta shows only 5.01 update..
Thanks, everything worked out just fine!
Just one thing is a bit strange. I charged my phone to 100%, then rebooted and it went down to 90%. Charged to 100% again and rebooted, now 91%. Anything I can do about this?
That's precisely the reason I asked this. This morning I saw in Cyan Delta all this stuff about f2fs in this new build and I was curious if it worked. I followed some instructions to change from ext4 to f2fs, and now it's on the boot screen, optimizing apps. I'm expecting my device to be snappier now.
Cool! Are you using a custom kernel & what guide did you use?
Hey, I've downloaded TWRP Multirom, and formatted Data, Cache, System to F2FS succesfully. But, having flashed today's nightly gives me bootloop. What did you do to boot with F2FS enabled? Sorry for my english
Just updated to cm-12.1-20150507-NIGHTLY-mako and the phone is stuck on the "Google" screen when booting.
Anyone experiencing the same?
Anything I can do short of reflashing?
Did you made any modifications in your current version prior flashing the latest one ?
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Can someone tell me what I did wrong?
Flashed F2FS compatible TWRP.
Flashed Latest Nightly and Quanta v6.
Reboot back to recover, changed cache and data format to F2FS from EXT4.
Stuck on boot loop =(]
Does me changing the data and cache reset my kernel back to the stock kernel in the CM12.1 nightly?
I am not sure why I have teh boot loop.