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Yeah it gets bit laggy when playing it?

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CM7 is the fastest at Angry Birds by a long way.

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CM7 is the fastest at Angry Birds by a long way.


Truth ^

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CM7 is awesome at AB, the move to SD bug notwithstanding.

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True, definately CM7 - even games like Heavy Gunner which was almost non-playable on other ROMs - nice and smooth now.

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Now I have read this I am going to backup and switch to CM7 :huh:

Been waiting for a good enough reason lol

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Really? It's that significant an improvement?

So maybe someone can educate a relative newbie: what is it about 2.3 (or CM7 specifically) that makes this possible?

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Really? It's that significant an improvement?

So maybe someone can educate a relative newbie: what is it about 2.3 (or CM7 specifically) that makes this possible?

Android 2.3 is meant to bring some improvements to speed much like Froyo did.

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Really? It's that significant an improvement?

So maybe someone can educate a relative newbie: what is it about 2.3 (or CM7 specifically) that makes this possible?

I'm curious to know how much of the improvements are due to 2.3, and how much are down to CM7 itself, too.

The difference IS significant and goes far beyond Angry Birds. More importantly, to me, browsing is also much faster. XScope 6 runs incredibly well on CM7. The video/audio sync issues with Beebplayer/Myplayer/Rockplayer etc are solved in CM7 too.

The improvement's are enough that it's finally got me thinking about moving off my (much tweaked) stock 2.1 Orange firmware, even with all the current bugs and poor battery life in CM7.

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I'm curious to know how much of the improvements are due to 2.3, and how much are down to CM7 itself, too.

The difference IS significant and goes far beyond Angry Birds. More importantly, to me, browsing is also much faster. XScope 6 runs incredibly well on CM7. The video/audio sync issues with Beebplayer/Myplayer/Rockplayer etc are solved in CM7 too.

The improvement's are enough that it's finally got me thinking about moving off my (much tweaked) stock 2.1 Orange firmware, even with all the current bugs and poor battery life in CM7.


it's the stagefright fixes that are making the difference, in the cm7 changelog, it's thanks to arcee, Zinx and Cyanogen

Edited by hecatae, 27 February 2011 - 12:26 AM.

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it's the stagefright fixes that are making the difference, in the cm7 changelog, it's thanks to arcee, Zinx and Cyanogen


I thought stagefright was video decoding? Why's it make angry birds (and other games) run better? Or does it do some other stuff too?

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I thought stagefright was video decoding? Why's it make angry birds (and other games) run better? Or does it do some other stuff too?


I think hecatae meant for the rockplayer, etc playback. It is good, very good, I can watch HD videos with vPlayer with HW codecs without lags :huh:
CM7is the definitely best ROM for Angry Birds, I haven't noticed lag even at very complex levels.

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I think hecatae meant for the rockplayer, etc playback. It is good, very good, I can watch HD videos with vPlayer with HW codecs without lags :huh:
CM7is the definitely best ROM for Angry Birds, I haven't noticed lag even at very complex levels.


My bad, I should more carefully read the post being quoted more carefully!

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Thanks for fast replies :huh: Which one i should download from CM sites RC or Full 8 ?

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Thanks for fast replies :huh: Which one i should download from CM sites RC or Full 8 ?

Full 8 is a nightly build meaning it's the latest version out now so some bugs will be fixed over RC1.
I'm using Nightly 8 now and can recommend it :)

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