I did a clean install after a repartition and likewise I have not seen the crashes reported by wissky70.
My screen response issue is a Skate issue and was a problem on 2.3.7 also but TouchRecalibrate.apk seemed to improve it. Does anyone know whether TouchRecalibrate.apk is safe / works with ICS - or is there any other means to improve screen sensitivity?
I am finding the touch screen fairly unresponsive as I did on my previous ROM - I previously used TouchRecalibrate.apk which seemed to improve the 2.3 ROM response - is that apk usable with this ROM or a bad idea?
Is there any other way to improve touch sensitivity?
I'm still on Swedish Snow too. Would love to move to ICS or JB and so I check back here to see what's new from time to time but not sure there is a 4.n ROM out there where 'everything works' as well as Swedish Snow?
(stuff like camera capability, video streaming, GPS, battery life, wifi tethering etc as well as general stability of course are priorities for me)
Interesting review and looks like a reasonable budget spec albeit with some build quality questions.
However based on the examples, I am puzzled as to why the reviewer is impressed with the camera output? It looks quite poor to me - especially when expanded to full size. Samples look "painted" and lacking in real detail - I would not be at all surprised that actually is interpolated up to 8MP from a low sensor resolution.
Can you schedule when each SIM is active? Be interested to hear how this model does for battery life on a more economic CPU governor and maybe with one SIM disabled.
The camera output does look a bit so-so - I wonder why it failed to focus on that dandelion and the other flower? Seems to be focusing on the background instead which is not ideal. When there is no distant background on a closeup i.e. in the "phone on desk" shot it appears to focus correctly. I wonder if there is a slight issue with the autofocus system there?
Yes it is not anything to do with the app - I uninstalled it to double check.
I can operate and then disconnect a USB keyboard and mouse OK but plugging in a veho USB-SD adapter with a SD card in it seems to be a problem.
However further experimenting indicates that if I pull out the USB cable while the Nexus is not in standby and consequently the Veho adapter LED is lit, it is OK. It is only when I physically disconnect while the led is out, i.e. while the tablet is in standby - it locks up.
Seems counter-intuitive to have to unplug with power on but I suppose it is Ok if no app is accessing the card.
Be interesting to know if other USB-SD adapters show the same behaviour on an unrooted nexus 7?