It would be quite interesting to see if the Blade could have a build passing CTS. But since this is quite a hack I think we still wouldn't have official builds.
Well, CTS is a collection of ~17000 tests that you can pass or fail. I guess you'd have to send the result sheet to Google to get the final word.
I did a test with my CM9 build from yesterday. I run about half of the tests (somewhat selected) and failed 66 - that's below 1% (I doubt there's a build that would pass all of these
). I don't think that Ganster's patch makes any difference considering CTS. Media test were passed even though the playback was very choppy with some codecs (like it used to be with YouTube HQ). Surprisingly failed media decoding tests were with WebM/Vp8 format
(honestly haven't even heard of this before, and Android should have native support since gingerbread anyway). Most failed test were about camera functions, camcorder and media recorder in general. Nothing too critical (or even interesting) besides that. And it's of course also positive that the build was stable enough to run these tests so that is didn't crash/burn/freeze/reboot/etc while doing that.
I guess it's time to test CM10 next and see what's the story with those hacks that are advertised as 'breaking CTS'.
Hmm sorry, you will probably update this CM9 or your KonstaKANG CM10 ?
Who's said anything about updating.
I'd actually prefer if someone who still uses CM9 as a daily driver would maintain a build (CM9 KANG, ICS Paranoid Android or whatever). Everything in my github should be up to date if you want to compile it yourself. I haven't used this in a few months and personally don't see any reason coming back to CM9.
It wouldn't require too much effort from my behalf to make builds but these would be completely untested and that's never a good thing.