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[JB] [4.2.2] CyanogenMod 10.1 [ROM]

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NikitoGR    12

I have the cm-10.1-20130520-NIGHTLY-u8815 rom installed. I have to flash the every nightly that is released? What are exactly the nightly releases and what are the differences between them and the R# releases?

How about posting antutu results? My overall score is 4324 and the 3D graphics are 1458. Is it ok? :D

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I have the cm-10.1-20130520-NIGHTLY-u8815 rom installed. I have to flash the every nightly that is released? What are exactly the nightly releases and what are the differences between them and the R# releases?

How about posting antutu results? My overall score is 4324 and the 3D graphics are 1458. Is it ok? :D

You dont have to flash every nightly that is released. Only download and install where you feel the changelog has fixed something that annoyes you. Otherwise update once every other week.

Nightlies are builds which contain the changes made on that day.

Have you read the first few posts? The changes between the R# and the nightlies are mentioned there.

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Dazzozo    3,318

You don't "have" to flash anything. :P

Nightlies are usually for people who like to be on the cutting edge, you can update whenever you want or not use CM10.1 at all if you like. :P

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@ Dazzozo:

Seen the call volume description a couple of posts above?

Thats with the 22.05.13 nightly. Let me know if you need more details.

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dakok    555

I have to flash the every nightly that is released?

Silly question.

Of course you have to flash every nightly.

Not to mention daylies ;)

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Owl93    10

Very nice work here dazzozo! Thank you!

I had my first loss of network signal today but happens a lot less frequently (maybe a reboot a day keeps this from happening who knows). Other than that perfect!

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Silly question.

Of course you have to flash every nightly.

Not to mention daylies ;)

aren't there also minutely updates that absolutely NEED to be flashed???

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NikitoGR    12

Silly question.

Of course you have to flash every nightly.

Not to mention daylies ;)

Nahh, I don't have time for the daylies updates. I prefer the nightlies lol

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NikitoGR    12

You dont have to flash every nightly that is released. Only download and install where you feel the changelog has fixed something that annoyes you. Otherwise update once every other week.

Nightlies are builds which contain the changes made on that day.

Have you read the first few posts? The changes between the R# and the nightlies are mentioned there.

Lol what kind of question is this? Of course I'm looking at the OP. R# have changes too as the nightlies.

You don't "have" to flash anything. :P

Nightlies are usually for people who like to be on the cutting edge, you can update whenever you want or not use CM10.1 at all if you like. :P

Of course I like the 10.1. :) I can't stand the ICS any more, it looks so "noobish" :P :D

Thank you both of you for your answers. :)

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Pyntux    23

Ouups...random reboot...with cm10.1 23.05... Just locked screen and phone rebooted... :(

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peterck    7

After a few weeks of testing this rom, everything works for me but can't receive any network services :(. Anyway this rom this the best one out there.

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Worlon    0

Ouups...random reboot...with cm10.1 23.05... Just locked screen and phone rebooted... :(

Did you OC the cpu?

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gmotta    1

I can't turn on Wifi, any idea why? Have the latest CM. It was working before i restored previous wifi settings with TitaniumBackup and rebooted. Not sure if related or not.

edit: the on/off button is greyed out

Edited by gmotta

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Dazzozo    3,318

I can't turn on Wifi, any idea why? Have the latest CM. It was working before i restored previous wifi settings with TitaniumBackup and rebooted. Not sure if related or not.

edit: the on/off button is greyed out

If you restored from stock it probably won't work.

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gmotta    1

If you restored from stock it probably won't work.

I did. :X

Now what?

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alen5555    0

Before i do the same mistake i will ask before

Can i do the update via phone update,last time phone blocked?

Tnx

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gmotta    1

Reflash with full wipes probably.

Thank you, it worked.

I'm loving jelly bean, and the rom, so far so great! Thank you Dazz!

PS: The CRT effect when locking the phone is awesome. Is this a feature of this rom or of Jelly Bean in general?

Edited by gmotta

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kyan31    2,002

Thank you, it worked.

I'm loving jelly bean, and the rom, so far so great! Thank you Dazz!

PS: The CRT effect when locking the phone is awesome. Is this a feature of this rom or of Jelly Bean in general?

It's Jellybean in general, however previous versions of CyanogenMod have a custom CRT animation by the CyanogenMod team - this is because GB/ICS do not have the CRT animation implemented already. To tell you the truth, I actually prefer CMs take on the CRT animation ;)

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Pyntux    23

Did you OC the cpu?

No, I never do that... :( That was only one reboot for whole day, so can be everything, I do not know...

But, this rom eats battery, today I only send 1 sms, and 1 short call, and battery goes from 100% to 84%? :D

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Worlon    0

No, I never do that... :( That was only one reboot for whole day, so can be everything, I do not know...

But, this rom eats battery, today I only send 1 sms, and 1 short call, and battery goes from 100% to 84%? :D

If you not use, disable wi-fi, GPS, kill the games process and not needed apps. They use a lot of energy.

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lakyljuk    2

Is it not already in the nightlies? I'm pretty sure that feature has been part of CM for at least a few weeks now.

The thing most people miss is that you need expanded desktop mode on to use it.

Yeah, pie control setting shoud be there. http://www.droid-lif...nmod-nightlies/

But the settings for is disabled for devices with hardware buttons, like G300, because they cant be hidden anyway and it wont bring any more free screen space. I think it would be usable anyway, not for freeing screen space, but for better navigation. So we have to use some app or different launcher. Or pie enabled rom like Electra.

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Dante2070    8

Hi. I just tried to check if there are any news on network problem (sudden signal loss and signal appearing great, but no calls and sms coming trough). I gave up the search after page 5. So, any news?

P.S. Even with this bug, this is still the best rom out there

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wbrambley    72
Hi. I just tried to check if there are any news on network problem (sudden signal loss and signal appearing great, but no calls and sms coming trough). I gave up the search after page 5. So, any news?

P.S. Even with this bug, this is still the best rom out there

I have had no problems with nightly builds, has not rebooted or lost service once.

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