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HW acceleration when?

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when will HW acceleration be implemented properly like Gb, ICS is okay but not ported with full potential.

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1. GB doesn't have the "HW accel" you're thinking of

2. ICS HW accel has been done.

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so why does ics seem slower and unresponsive, gb still wins hands down!

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i have tried all roms the stock ssems to the best at the moment but still feels sluggish compared to gb

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dont get me wrong i favour devs and their work but ics port is not quite there yet!

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But have you tried cm9 yet (latest build)

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gb just seems more responsive to touch, more sensitive than ics

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Go back to GB then you'll be happy and every dev on this forum will be happy. Problem solved.

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i would but seems like a long winded process to go back, its okay i will hang fire untill someone releases somthing which im happy with.

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i would but seems like a long winded process to go back, its okay i will hang fire untill someone releases somthing which im happy with.

Oh dear, perish the thought that you might have to do something for yourself...

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dont get me wrong im happy with stock, just wishing this function could be added!

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anyhow why are devs so against gb anyway?

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i have also tested all roms and still find stock+ the best in terms of speed and touch.

Then there is either something wrong with you or the way you are installing CM9.

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i might give cm9 latest version another try and compare, someone reported they had problems with cwm when flashing.

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its not your rom its thejames

i have also tested all roms and still find stock+ the best in terms of speed and touch.

I think you'll find Stock+ was my rom.

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thanks for your kind feedback, i will bear that in mind.

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i asked a simple qestion, somone should have given me a straight answer. like i said im not a dev and devs shouldnt asume the we know everything!

What was post #2 then?

ICS is a lot faster than GB IMO. Games aren't optimised for ICS yet AFAIK. Want games, GB is what you need. Not because it's faster, but because it's better supported.

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yaqh, have you contacted Huawei about their ICS release by any chance. How was their rom? Alternatively, have you contacted Vodafone about ICS?

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I can understand developers being frustrated by yaqh, but his posts are amongst the most civil in this thread, with other members (most of whom aren't connected to development in any way, and thus don't really have any cause to be offended by him in the first place) just blatantly making personal attacks in violation of the forum rules. e.g. "what a douche", "idiot", "shut up", etc.

It seems a lot less like people being genuinely annoyed and much more like sycophants jumping on the bandwagon again.

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Topic edited with all the insulting posts and replies removed. Calling people an idiot or worse is not called for, remember that members here are of all different levels of expertise and people need to tolerate each other and post in a civil way.

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