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For some reason, it takes time for my home screen to load after I'm on an app for a few minutes. Any help?

I am using stock launcher as in trebuchet.

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Install Apex or Nova, Trebuchet is known as pretty slow launcher.

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caller id lag is present for me on R3.

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how do i change launcher?

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Install a new one from market. Set as default.

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ROM is very unstable (often reboots), when using latest Skype with 3G. Didn't tried with wifi

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Go to PlayStore and search for Apex or Nova. After installing, press HOME and you will be prompted what launcher do you want to use.

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Had 4200 on antutu on R3. Internal storage is very fast.

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Antutu is not a reliable benchmark, that's why.


what is reliable benchmark then?! Pray tell me how did you manage to use SDTools to test system internal memory speed since the app has neither root permission nor enough space in system to actually test these speeds? Best I managed to do is test 2GB internal storage. It seems to me that SDTools is using ONE large (190mb?!) chunk to read/write and measure speed. If that is reliable I am Santa Claus. :P

All I know is that If Navigon takes a minute to load from phone memory and after clearing it from memory and cache and moving it to SD it takes 12-15 seconds, that is reliable enough to me no matter what any tool may say. We all know it's one thing to read/write small files and large files, speed may differ up to 1000% between r/w of 4kb file and a 1gb single file, maybe even more.

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Noticed a weird bug today. I can't get ringtone to work. I only get vibrations on incoming calls. Everything is set, ringtone volume at 6/7, no silent mode, SMS or E-mail notifications work normally. Any ideas?

Edited by ovecka, 28 November 2012 - 07:39 PM.

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Other thing: Viber voice calls not working for me for some reason, people can hear me but I can't hear them :S Maybe it's a network issue. Anyone using Viber with R3? Is it working for voice or not?

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what is reliable benchmark then?! Pray tell me how did you manage to use SDTools to test system internal memory speed since the app has neither root permission nor enough space in system to actually test these speeds? Best I managed to do is test 2GB internal storage. It seems to me that SDTools is using ONE large (190mb?!) chunk to read/write and measure speed. If that is reliable I am Santa Claus. :P

All I know is that If Navigon takes a minute to load from phone memory and after clearing it from memory and cache and moving it to SD it takes 12-15 seconds, that is reliable enough to me no matter what any tool may say. We all know it's one thing to read/write small files and large files, speed may differ up to 1000% between r/w of 4kb file and a 1gb single file, maybe even more.


I sort of agree with you. On my ZTE Blade I used app2sd to move apps and cache to the sd cards external partition and used an sd booster app.
The sd card is a class 10 San disc.

Now as my house has 3 blades all running the same rom.
I can say without a shadow of doubt that my phone is very noticeably faster then the the other 2.
Its also stated as an improvement on Chinese blades with half the ram as the European blades to use something similar to improve performance.


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This ROM is soooo amaziiiing! *.* I love it!

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Is there an option to reboot into recovery (CWM) or do you have to do it manually (battery pull). I didn't notice one. If there isn't an option could it be added in as it would save a lot of messing about with battery covers etc.... Just a thought!

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Is there an option to reboot into recovery (CWM) or do you have to do it manually (battery pull). I didn't notice one. If there isn't an option could it be added in as it would save a lot of messing about with battery covers etc.... Just a thought!

Power button > reboot > select which option you want.

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Power button > reboot > select which option you want.

Doh! Sorry, I really should pay more attention (or get more sleep).

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Had 4200 on antutu on R3. Internal storage is very fast.


Ive had this aswell about 4220 ish at 1280mhz. Struggled to get 3000 on stock roms.

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OMG I just got 4500+ on Antutu with this ROM. Is that even possible :blink:

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Antutu is just f***ing about

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what is reliable benchmark then?!


Quadrant seems OK, at least the results can be replicated, unlike Antutu.

Pray tell me how did you manage to use SDTools to test system internal memory speed since the app has neither root permission nor enough space in system to actually test these speeds? Best I managed to do is test 2GB internal storage. It seems to me that SDTools is using ONE large (190mb?!) chunk to read/write and measure speed. If that is reliable I am Santa Claus. :P


I pointed it at /mnt/emmc. I didn't claim to test any other mountpoint. Yes, it appears to perform a simple sequential read/write and output it's throughput... And the result is replicable.

All I know is that If Navigon takes a minute to load from phone memory and after clearing it from memory and cache and moving it to SD it takes 12-15 seconds, that is reliable enough to me no matter what any tool may say. We all know it's one thing to read/write small files and large files, speed may differ up to 1000% between r/w of 4kb file and a 1gb single file, maybe even more.


The initial figures you gave appeared as if plucked out of the air, without indication of whether you were refering to read or write speeds. Any claim that the internal eMMC performs terrribly compared to an SD, based on the scant evidence you proffered, is obviously tenuous. Sure, an SD might perform better under some read/write patterns - fair enough - I concede that. But when a simple, replicable, bulk throughput test indicates that the internal storage actually performs favourably compared to an SD card, you must surely question the assumption that the internal memory is just plain slow.

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