peetu20, on 18 February 2013 - 10:38 AM, said:
Is this Rom ready for daily? And is it possible to backup 4.1.2 apps with tb and restore them in 4.2.2?
Not if you use a headset to listen to music and talk to people, you will have to live with some quirks then.
For example you listen to music on headset, pull out the cable, music gets paused. you pull the headset back in and turn music back on ... its coming out of the speaker now, not your headset.
You have to start music with headset unplugged and then plug it in, this way it gets rerouted to headset correctly.
You also can't play a game and listen to music simultaneously, ZyngaPoker for example disturbs music and triggers skipping music tracks with its ingame-sounds somehow.
EddyC01, on 18 February 2013 - 11:54 AM, said:
Just wondering if anyone can comment on performance of this ROM compared with CM7 (old I know) looking at updating my wife's phone but don't want to slow her down or cause any issues (the thread suggests this ROM is stable now).
I can answer this way, I won't update my wifes Blade yet.
The rom may feel faster in some areas like unlock screen and app drawer scrolling, but it feels slower in significant areas like typing on the keyboard. Also, it just doesn't offer the same functionality. In CM7.2 you can have 3 calendar events and media player controls on your lockscreen. In CM 10.1 you can only have 1 calendar event and no media player controls at all. This one calendar event also doesn't show by default, you have to enable "Maximize Widgets", which has the drawback that you will need 1 tap and 1 swipe to unlock screen. media player can be put in either notification drawer or as widget in other lockscreens, but switching to this other lockscreens is laggy and unresponsive.
Also there is no way to toggle between sound/vibrate on the lockscreen like in 7.2.
Is it just me or is CM10.1 touchscreen less responsive than 7.2?
elrond_bs, on 18 February 2013 - 09:24 PM, said:
@EddyC01: CM10 by Konstat and daemond
has less issues (no random reboots, always working bluetooth, some say less lag) and it's a little better for everyday use.
It is worse if you use headset.
If phone is on vibrate and you got an incoming call, music just plays as if there's nothing, meaning the easily missed vibration is your only clue.