Well in VegaICS, as much as I loved it, it always frustrated me that I could not remove certain system apps that i didn't want so not being able to free up space on the internal storage.
I mean movies, does anybody really use their Vega to edit movies (you watch somebody is gonna prove me wrong ) I also tend to remove email, exchange and the wallpapers amongst others. I don't use them so they go.
Then there was the startup stuff, I could never stop any programs from running at startup, I'm not sure that actually has anything to do with the Squashfs but I seems to have managed to do this in Vegacream.
The thing I have found about Vegacream as it stands is that it seems to be quite light on the Vega's resources, now again this may have nothing to do with squashfs, but compared to Honeyice, Corvusreborn and VegaIce it seems to fly on my tablet.
So if ICS can be used on the P10NA10 range without the need for Squash then why use it? Surely there is a system overhead involved with the decompression on the fly side of things?
Maybe I am putting 2 and 2 together and getting 5 but you did ask
Edited by mytoza, 26 April 2012 - 12:43 AM.