I actually posted an update now. This should fix some of the annoyances and fixes security issues. Have fun with this extremely delayed update. :)
hopefully fixed button backlight issues
disabled camera effects that crash
switched to zeelog's kitkat kernel tree
fixed OpenSSL, Linux kernel and Android signing security issues
disabled HWUI text fading for small speedup
Security bugfixes were tested with Bluebox Security and towelroot. Check out the "jellykat" kernel branch.
I only managed to upload and publish the build now, but it was built a couple of days ago. So don't be confused by the date difference.
Hey zeelog, I noticed that you set dalvik.vm.jit.codecachesize=0 in system.prop. Are you aware that this *completely* disables the Dalvik JIT, which will severly cripples app performance? This should be a last-ditch solution for extremely low memory devices. The Blade isn't such a device, and I think this shouldn't be set.
Raising sys.mem.max_hidden_apps to 10 may be a bit too much. You can never fit that many apps into the RAM anyway.
I am going to make a (final?) build of this Android ROM soon. That will include the master key fix and some other stuff, like raising max_hidden_apps. I still can't reproduce the button backlight issue. Can anyone that is affected please check if replacing /system/lib/hw/lights.blade.so and/or /system/app/BladeParts.apk to the version from an older build fixes the problem?
Nope, it was a clean build. I have no idea what could be causing these problems. I don't see them with my Blade. The liblights cleanup is just cosmetics and there aren't any changes in CM upstream either that are a possible cause.
This option adjusts the time according to a service (NITZ) of your mobile network provider. On some networks the time/date info isn't very accurate, and on many the service isn't supported at all! Try ClockSync instead.
That's intentional. It doesn't appear to be possible to route these to both speaker and headphones. If you have headphones connected, you should be using them, so that's why everything is routed to headphones.