I noticed people are saying this ROM is slow. That may be the case on benchmark tests but for day to day use it is extremely smooth. I actually prefer this to the current infusion ROM (just a current preference. Not dissing fusion, which is amazing and I hope continues. I haven't seen a more committed and responsive dev as Tillaz).
have you actually tried stock ICS rom (huawei), clean some apps from it and install supercharged V6
(both parts) and replace the launcher to one of your liking (before you install V6)?! Guess not...I will just tell you that I can run AlienShapes live wallpaper with packed homescreens with no lag and 30+ fps. I can open "add widget" option and scroll through widgets list in 30fps. Good luck with any of those on infusion or on plain stock rom, or god forbid this JB rom.
edit: I also have very little to no lag at all at 30fps in task manager (holding down the home button to open it and scrolling through the list of apps).
I have to admit that I havent tried this (or any other JB rom on g300) but the main point of JB is butter knife (v-sync and tripple buffer to smooth responsiveness and speed of 2D animations) and seeing how this rom does not have that, it makes it a moot point over ICS that gives better scores and has everything working. news$weather in notif bar and few new animations (available already in apex and nova launchers for ICS) doesn't seem worth it imo. That is my take on this rom or any other half finished JB rom for that matter. Why do you guys think it is taking Dazzo actual time to finish CM10?
PS: Don't kill apps. Android does it for you. Inactive apps only use storage space and don't use CPU or battery. This can be tweaked but there is no need really. Complex to expalin but in short: what is not in front and being used - is not a problem. Killing apps just frees up cache, and that is not RAM, rather storage, temp one. In fact, Android kills every app after 30 minutes if it is idle and not protected or system/ protected system. People are even modding that time to 24hrs for better multitasking experience.
Edited by Ludak021, 29 October 2012 - 04:38 AM.