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just updated to r12 and add issue, the circle battery battery mod option isnt worknig. anyone else get that?


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Hi Paul,

Great work on this ROM. Been loving it and it is well worth paying a premium to get access to the kitchen.
I have a question though. What is the source of this ROM?

The reason I ask is there is an issue with Vodafone UK for quite a few people where YouTube doesn't work over 3G but fine over WiFi. (see below link)

http://forum.vodafon...highlight/false

The general consensus on the Vodafone forums is that it is caused by non-stock ROMs. AOKP gives me the problem naturally as it is custom but strangely I don't get the problem using MoDaCo and I was hoping you might be able to tell me the difference in the core of each.

Would also be great to get a developers insight into the issue and if you get time, please check out the above link and tell me what you think.

Thanks,
Tom.


Are you installing YouTube in a flash or from the Play Store?

@Paul Will you support the LTE version again? Love your work and ROMS but I would love to have a Modaco Jellybean ROM for my Galaxy Nexus LTE.


Possibly but undecided atm due to testing difficulties!

CyanogenMod Chronus- Better lockscreen & homescreen clock (Update 4/1/13)

http://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=2078205

Works great with MoDaCo.


That looks NICE!

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The Chronus lockscreen widget is good, especially if you have it to maximize before unlocking (this might be a CM10.1 feature, not the widget itself)

Edited by EddyOS, 09 January 2013 - 02:34 PM.

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Rock solid rom, remarkably good over the last year. So good in fact I'm skipping the N4 to wait for the cortex 15 release which I have never done.

Couple of things:

1. On iPhone you can set the brightness you like and then hit auto brightness and it uses the initial setting you chose as the base brightness. Android decides your default for you. Can the iPhone functionality be included?

2. Set "always automatically show the pictures from this sender" in GMail app to default on rather than off? Really annoying to have to click each one twice every time I do a clean install ;-)

3. Tripadvisor unable to find GPS location if GPS has been used by another app. Need to turn off GPS in quicksettings and re enable or sometimes reboot phone.

4. XLouder in kitchen. Boot to custom recovery install is a pita ;-) http://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1748803

Edited by Cathal Garrad, 09 January 2013 - 04:19 PM.

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Rock solid rom, remarkably good over the last year. So good in fact I'm skipping the N4 to wait for the cortex 15 release which I have never done.

Couple of things:

1. On iPhone you can set the brightness you like and then hit auto brightness and it uses the initial setting you chose as the base brightness. Android decides your default for you. Can the iPhone functionality be included?


This option would be great.

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So here's something i'm considering (well, actually, testing right now)... a MCMCR to go with the MCR. Think MCR, with many of the same kitchen, ,options, tweaks and optimisations, but instead based on the CyanogenMod 10.1 4.2 latest code. Probably re-built to the latest code every Friday for something to play with over the weekend.

Good idea?

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Have CM9 on my Galaxy tab 10.1. Always giving problems with crashing, icons missing, wont turn on and bootlooping. This happens from clean installs as well. Could be a hardware issue but I doubt it...

Have not tried CM10 on my SGN mind you.

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So here's something i'm considering (well, actually, testing right now)... a MCMCR to go with the MCR. Think MCR, with many of the same kitchen, ,options, tweaks and optimisations, but instead based on the CyanogenMod 10.1 4.2 latest code. Probably re-built to the latest code every Friday for something to play with over the weekend.

Good idea?

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That sounds interesting.. The big friday night play.. Lets try it.. :D

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Good idea?
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with your support sounds like a great idea... B) we all know CM can have its hickups here and there but like you said to play around with will be great. I for example still miss on your ROM some sound tweak, I also have an S3 that I use for work and it just sounds so much louder than the nexus and having a stable CM rom supported by you should have already included a good sound tweak so to me personally that sounds pretty tempting...
By the way, are you updating the S3 thread? do you still own one?
happy weekend to everyone...!!!
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I no longer have a S3 i'm afraid. :(

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So here's something i'm considering (well, actually, testing right now)... a MCMCR to go with the MCR. Think MCR, with many of the same kitchen, ,options, tweaks and optimisations, but instead based on the CyanogenMod 10.1 4.2 latest code. Probably re-built to the latest code every Friday for something to play with over the weekend.

Good idea?

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Been using CM 10.1 nightlies on my SGS2 for a while now and it runs really well. And I've been loving your MCR on my Galaxy Nexus too Paul (thanks a lot for all of your great work!) so a "MCMCR" combining the two sounds like a fine plan to me! :-) I can't wait to try it!

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So here's something i'm considering (well, actually, testing right now)... a MCMCR to go with the MCR. Think MCR, with many of the same kitchen, ,options, tweaks and optimisations, but instead based on the CyanogenMod 10.1 4.2 latest code. Probably re-built to the latest code every Friday for something to play with over the weekend.

Good idea?

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Paul, thanks for your continued great work. (I finally rooted my Nexus but still use my Desire as my boat and beach 'beater').

When, I think "MoDaCo", I think stability, optimized tweaks, a clean and professional look: my 'Daily Driver'. It would be interesting to check out your CM builds but I hope I don't lose you in the XDA market dilution chasing after inherited bugs resulting in the need for frequent wipes and re-flashing. I'll probably stick with your builds based on your traditional philosophy...

Keep up the great work!

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I moved from unrooted stock JOP40D to Jr12 using the Nexus Toolkit and all is stable but I'm experiencing an issue with Bluetooth and would appreciate any advice:

When using the onboard SIP client, Phone audio is not being transferred to any of my Bluetooth devices (I.e. EgoTalk car kit, SE MW600 headset). However, I can't recall if this is stock-normal. Is anyone using Bluetooth with the SIP client?

Thanks.


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Paul, thanks for your continued great work. (I finally rooted my Nexus but still use my Desire as my boat and beach 'beater').

When, I think "MoDaCo", I think stability, optimized tweaks, a clean and professional look: my 'Daily Driver'. It would be interesting to check out your CM builds but I hope I don't lose you in the XDA market dilution chasing after inherited bugs resulting in the need for frequent wipes and re-flashing. I'll probably stick with your builds based on your traditional philosophy...

Keep up the great work!


Rest assured traditional MCR will get top priority, which any MCMCR would bring some of the optimisations and stability you're used to to CM!

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Rest assured traditional MCR will get top priority, which any MCMCR would bring some of the optimisations and stability you're used to to CM!

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Cheers!

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Rest assured traditional MCR will get top priority, which any MCMCR would bring some of the optimisations and stability you're used to to CM!

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Great, subscription renewed ;-)

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So here's something i'm considering (well, actually, testing right now)... a MCMCR to go with the MCR. Think MCR, with many of the same kitchen, ,options, tweaks and optimisations, but instead based on the CyanogenMod 10.1 4.2 latest code. Probably re-built to the latest code every Friday for something to play with over the weekend.

Good idea?

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Very much so, Paul. Would love to see how you'd set it all up and improve on CM 10.1

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Updated Apex and Titanium APKs to the latest versions.

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I moved from unrooted stock JOP40D to Jr12 using the Nexus Toolkit and all is stable but I'm experiencing an issue with Bluetooth and would appreciate any advice:

When using the onboard SIP client, Phone audio is not being transferred to any of my Bluetooth devices (I.e. EgoTalk car kit, SE MW600 headset). However, I can't recall if this is stock-normal. Is anyone using Bluetooth with the SIP client?

Thanks.


Hi,

I was having Bluetooth problems on my GNex and I and I an with my nexus 4 still. I think it's a Google issue as for the nexus 4 stock didn't work either

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Maybe 4.2.2 will have the fix!

http://code.google.c...l?id=39633#c443

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Maybe 4.2.2 will have the fix!

http://code.google.c...l?id=39633#c443

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That's been my hope all along just a shame it's taking so long. Not got your hands on a copy yet ;)

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