I know, many people here want to have Android 4.x.x on their phones, but unfortunately, because of low-end processor as well as less RAM, these CM10/CM10.1 ROMs are laggy and slow. I am also one of them, but, after using these type of roms since 4 months, I have now got a perfect idea of using them. So, I am sharing the way I use these roms.
My CM10.2 nightly was working fine for about 2 months or something so I didn't bother to update it to the stable version of CM10.2 because there is a problem with flashing roms where it would say stuff like cannot mount system/data/efs and I would need to wipe all the data before flashing a new update of cm10.2.
Hi I've a galaxy nexus and a s3. The s3 has a bigger battery and was meant to have great battery.. But im finding it hard to get 4 hrs screen on time on my s3 while i could easily get 5 on my galaxy nexus.. I've to charge my s3 sometimes twice a day...
Im running cm10. Maybe when cm10 is stable it might improve
I know what you might be thinking: best CM10 rom and not CM10.1?
But CM10.1 doesn't have the feature that I want, and CM10 does, so I'm looking for a good CM10 rom. Somebody recently mentioned Paranoid Android rom, but really I don't know anything about CyanogenMod. I just know that I'm looking for a rom with CM10.
So, could somebody please suggest a good CM10 rom for the SPH-D710?
i've a galaxy s with Cyanogen Mod 10.1 Nightly intalled and currently up to date.
but i have a problem, my phone sometime reboot and i can't discover the cause of this.
i try to uninstall my apps one by one but with no positive results.
i thought the problem was the CM10.1 because is a nightly rom, so i've installed the stable version of CM10 but the problem appears again.
so now i have
Those of you who have been looking to get some Jelly Bean lovin’ courtesy of the CyanogenMod team will be all smiles at this news. The CM team has officially announced the final CM10 stable builds are being released for a handful of devices at this time.
The CyanogenMod team has started the process of releasing stable builds of CM9. The first device to be released is the Google Galaxy Nexus (Maguro) which was released earlier today. Indications are that release was a bit premature and a very minor update will be rolling out later this evening.