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[JB] [4.2.2] CyanogenMod 10.1 [ROM] [Last updated: 20/02]

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Pretty much I think. People have moved on to pastures anew. Gbosh seems to be the only user updating modern jb roms for our beloved out of date crescent:p

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Where is the link where gbosh updatethis rom ?  :wacko:

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Why is everyone so eager for an update? What new features does it bring?

I'm a happy user of the current version. Thanks gbosh :)

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Any chance of any of these which have gone onto blade roms coming to the crescent?

  • low memory killer from 3.4 kernel (thanks to plaguedbypenguins)
  • reduced wifi scan timeout / faster wifi reconnect (thanks to plaguedbypenguins)

Never mind I saw this. Any other features too?

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Maybe he will succeed making the photo, camera and all ok from a "unknown coder" who fixes this shitty part :)

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I did a couple cm10.1 builds today. The differences in them are as follows:

Once my internet connection eventually uploads the zips, they will be avaliable for p736v and p736e at the following link: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B8iWWAD-b_KnN1hmT1I1QXQ1V28&usp=sharing

 

:)

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I did a couple cm10.1 builds today. The differences in them are as follows:

Once my internet connection eventually uploads the zips, they will be avaliable for p736v and p736e at the following link: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B8iWWAD-b_KnN1hmT1I1QXQ1V28&usp=sharing

 

:)

Thanks ill test tomorrow. Have you used it? have you seen any change in ram usage?

Also which gapps are you using now on this rom?

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Thanks ill test tomorrow. Have you used it? have you seen any change in ram usage?

Also which gapps are you using now on this rom?

 

I'm just using the standard gapps that are on this post.

 

And ram usage is slightly lower (I think), however the rom feels less sluggish as well.

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download links not working...

 

EDIT

Everythigd ok now. thanks.

 

what partition size is required? I never repartitioned my phone memory so if someone could tel me how to do it or just post  a link.

Thanks!

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Download and test. Good for this moment. No draining.... wait a few day......

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someone like to sare ther impressions about this rom? what working or not working?

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All CM based ROM on a ZTE Crescent have same problem :

- bluetooth problem sometimes

- camera and video laggy or buggy, unusable for me

- sometimes a bit laggy

- sometimes it crashes...

 

So...

 

"Best" CM ROM is the SlimBean for me, but I returned to a Gingerbread based one...

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All CM based ROM on a ZTE Crescent have same problem :

- bluetooth problem sometimes

- camera and video laggy or buggy, unusable for me

- sometimes a bit laggy

- sometimes it crashes...

 

So...

 

"Best" CM ROM is the SlimBean for me, but I returned to a Gingerbread based one...

Thanks M8. jelly bean basd roms are just eye candy for us....

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All CM based ROM on a ZTE Crescent have same problem :

- bluetooth problem sometimes

- camera and video laggy or buggy, unusable for me

- sometimes a bit laggy

- sometimes it crashes...

 

So...

 

"Best" CM ROM is the SlimBean for me, but I returned to a Gingerbread based one...

 CM9 is probably the "best" CM based rom in my opinion.

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It has the same problems...

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