I've run 21, 22 and 23 now today. I had some high battery drain but the following solved it for me. Disabled all haptic feedback (settings -> sound & notification -> other sounds -> basically toggled everything off. Also, the big drain was from settings -> location -> google location reporting -> turn off location reporting and location history.
Hope this helps.
Everything is working perfectly for me, except, as I've read many people are having, it can take a while and have trouble actually getting a data connection on 3G/LTE. Other phones / builds etc having this issue (e.g. - https://forums.oneplus.net/threads/problems-with-the-new-modem-included-in-cm12.239097/). Should resolve itself over time. I still can make calls and txt and such, but data has been a bit flakey. Sometimes toggling airplane mode and data service off and on helps a little, but it's hit / miss.
edit - oh, I also use the privacy guard to prevent facebook from accessing my location.
I didn't have an issue with Chrome, but yes I agree, everything was silky smooth and loved the new features. I had to revert to CM11 though as a daily driver as my data connection was flaking out pretty badly. Seems a common issue, depending on carrier / modem. Looks like when I went to a clean CM12, it's still using the kitkat modem since no newer modem exists for, well my carrier I guess? I'm with Bell. I was getting the occasional solid LTE connection, but the 3G / H+ was very intermittent - too much so that it was basically unreliable.
Good news is I hear samsung is going to make an official release of CM12 for Note 2, which should have a lollipop modem.
If anyone has a fix in the mean time, please let me know. I tried manually inputting APN settings (even though the automatic ones looked 100% correct), tried from a clean install of CM12, etc...
I may try the NE5 AT&T modem instead, see if any luck there.
No, I mean that Samsung is coming out with an official lollipop release for the Note 2 - http://www.androidsilverprogram.com/2014/07/List-Of-Smartphones-Getting-Android-L-update.html , so it will be getting an official lollipop modem bundled with it
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Thanks, I just installed ForceKernel (OC TO 1,920Mhz) and then run some benchmarks and it's much slower than Perseus, I used to get in Perseus around 7,500 in Quadrant and now I get around 4,500 to 5,500, am I doing something wrong ?
NOTE: I am using SetCPU and the Governor is "pegasusq"