I posted this in another thread but I figured I would try to get answers here as it seems more appropriate and I can't seem to delete my posts...
What exactly does this ROM do? I mean it seems to just be stock 4.03. How does it improve battery? Is truely smoother? I just dont understand what makes this different then many other ROMs out there.
Thanks for the help!
its actually 4.0.2, not 4.0.3 yet, anyways it improved my battery life, improved 3d games from what i can tell, on quadrant, i know not optimized for ICS, on the 3d rendering on the planet with the moon orbiting i had like 15 fps and it was choppy as hell on stock, with this rom im getting 40 fps to 60 fps, you get a ton of extra languages to choose from, unlike the 3 you get in stock, supposedly a new kernel that adds some features and performance improvements, although it seems that im still on stock kernel after flashing or it just didnt change the info in about phone, etc etc flash and enjoy
This is my first custom ROM on my G-Nex, just rooted yesterday. Has been running great and I have noticed the improved speed throughout, noticed it immediately when scrolling through the home screens and launching the app drawer.
The only thing I noticed is that my signal bars are no longer blue, even when I'm downloading or browsing the web. Anything I can do about that?
*I also just restored all system data and rebooted... it's broken again. Something in restoring all system data with Titanium Backup is breaking this.
I re-flashed my device after wiping all data and waited for the Market to restore my apps, then I performed a "restore missing apps with data" with Titanium Backup. This corrected the issue which also affected Gmail and Gtalk, no-blue in signal bars means no Google authentication. Affects Google services. The last time I started the restore as the Market was trying to download my apps. This must have affected this somehow.
-All is well now (not really... see *edit)
Last edited by HumorousMaximus; 12-28-2011 at 01:38 AM.
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