It amazes me that my old device has official CM 10.2 support and fully functional 4.3, and my Sprint variant of the Galaxy Nexus has no official CM 10.2 support (yet), and radio and gapps issues on stock 4.3...
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Loving this so far. BT is fixed as far as I can tell. It may hang for up to a minute before it connects, but it has never NOT connected yet as in the days of yore. The rest of it seems nice and smooth as well.
Wipe everything? Factory reset? Aside from those things, I don't know. I know I had that problem a few builds ago.
Yes 10.2 lol so am I the only one testing this ROM?
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I've been tesing it out for a couple of days, the only problem is there is no service other then that it is very smooth and it seems there is more free ram availible then in cm10 and cm10.1
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Yea, notice I said "kinda strange", and then went on to talk about how TI is basically gone from the mobile space.
Can we get back to talking about the epicmtd and CM10.2? Apologies for starting the OT.
Our data problems lie in the fact that google removed alot of code support for older cdma devices (especially sim-less). It will take some time to work up a patch.