vagelis

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About vagelis

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    Galaxy Nexus GSM - Infuse 4G
  1. N7 slow down / laggy

    I am experiencing the same thing; it started while I was on Jr6, and now on Jr7 I am not sure though that iit is because of the MCR roms. It is 'systemic' somehow, as I do not experience that on the Gallaxy Nexus MCR Jr5 Rom. What I mean with that is that I do not think that it is something that Paul's custom 'stock' Rom is doing... it feels weird that a quad core Tegra 3 unit runs slower that the Dual core OMAP chip on the GN. It lags, and then it all of a sudden starts working fine... and then it lags again... cleared Dalvik, then flashed stock and redid the Jr7... me thinks there is a ghost in da machine... any ideas? Thank you all in advance.
  2. I was wondering if that is fixed on Jr7? Just curious, since I'm using the stock on the bottom configuration. Thank you for any insight in advance.
  3. No problems installing it on this ROM here
  4. Quick question if I may: With today's update, when you select this option: Menu button on both sides also active when hidden - navigation bar on right in landscape installed to /system partition This option displays the legacy menu button on both sides when needed (keeping them active when hidden) and the navigation on the right in landscape. Does Google Now still appear to be "messed up" when you drag the home button to activate it in Landscape? Thank you in advance, and thank you Mr. P. for your excellence, support and attention to detail.
  5. Just a heads up, there might be an issue with the modified taskbar. I selected menu on both sides, without "side flipping" mod, and all I get in landscape is a blank bar, with just the hidden menu being selectable ... Will bake another and see... UPDATE Just baked another - I got my buttons "flipped in landscape back" but, - it appears that when you choose the Navigation Bar Side Modification installed to /system partition This option modifies the navigation bar behaviour to move to the right hand side of the device in landscape mode. That supersedes Menu button on both sides also active when hidden installed to /system partition This option displays the legacy menu button on the both sides when needed and also keeps them active when it is hidden. because that now is not active anymore, in this second bake I made... Anyone else?
  6. Indeed, it now works! And after that you can turn Google location services back on, and it still works! Makes you wonder if there was a corrupt cached entry somewhere... Thank you EDIT: scratch that, you leave Google's location services on, and it fails again after a few minutes. Makes you wonder why that's the case, especially since this doesn't happen on nexus 7's Jr5 ROM... ...scratching my head in bewilderment...
  7. I believe that at this point we have 5 baked ROMs that are reporting this GPS not locking issue. This did not happen on Jr3 and below. Mr P Sir, may we please have some of your magic looking into that? Thank you kindly.
  8. I am also experiencing the same issue .and the GPS utility does not help either. Any ideas ? Thank you in advance.
  9. Greetings Paul, I wonder if this http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1777261 is relevant and/or advisable for jr4 Thank you in advance
  10. Indeed, that is kinda bizarre... Google Now now is a bit hit and miss in landscape, lol
  11. Ah, my bad then...shows how much I was using landscape before your tweak then, not to even notice it, lol. Thank you.
  12. The side UI modification is truly great indeed. Why didn't Google think about this? I believe that this though has made the pull down menu appear lob-sided, see attached pic Any ideas?
  13. Great ROM indeed, looking forward to the battery and soft button hacks. Any chance we can have the power off TV animation of the Galaxy Nexus baked in, you know for sh*&$ and giggles? Thank you kindly for all the great ROMs and added utility you bring to our devices.
  14. May I ask what are your settings? Franco's xda thread has become almost impossible to follow. Thank you in advance for any knowledge sharing.
  15. That's what it was! Thank you Thank you Thank you :D

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