Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by NeoSabin, Jul 20, 2012.
Jelly Bean is now running on the (wait for it) Optimus S via a CyanogenMod 10 port | Android Central
I know this, I'm gonna be running it on my optimus v pretty soon
Does this mean it might come here soon? Or am I too optimistic?
We're still stuck trying to get ICS running.
BobZhome is working on CM9, once he makes a build where touchscreen works, it wont be too long before JB comes
Nice, I look forward to any new ROMS for our M. Currently CM7.2 Backside but seems a bit unstable at times. Can't quite find the most optimal governor for the performance settings/setCPU, Voltage Control. I have 2 M's that run at different OC speeds. My current can be stable at 806 and 825, but I keep it anywhere from 768-787. I notice some apps seem to crash when ran while OC'd.
Either way, looking forward to any new CM roms, CM9 would be nice! Hope its coming along nicely.
It's not coming nicely at all our touchscreen driver is a pain in the neck -_-...... I think the only way this will be possible is if a bunch of devs built this kernel together, fixing each error on compiling, fixing each logcat error, etc. Idk where all these logcat errors are coming from...
Wow, sounds like a potential mess...but came back to post on my governor settings. Seems 806 at InteractiveX seems to run more of the lower frequencies. Any links to break downs of governors and speeds of the M? Thanks.
Even for someone to get ICS or maybe CM9, that would be an achievement and make some M users happyyy....lol
But back in 08ish, the ATT LG Vu CU920 i was a part of (still am, but not so active) and we hit a dead end with first level rights and could only change the look of flash animations and themes. But pretty cool to have HTC Hero (I know its old lol), Android and Samsung themes were pretty ground breaking at that time for that model. The Devs ended up getting job offers at RIM i believe too.
Almost dead site, but still some people using it (i still have mine modded, but not activated), one of my first babies, and taught me a lot. Enough rambling. Hope something new is coming soon!