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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by bubbaken, Apr 28, 2012.

  1. bubbaken

    bubbaken Well-Known Member
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  2. bubbaken

    bubbaken Well-Known Member
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    AOKP released milestone 5 yesterday.

    [ROM]AOKP Milestone 5 for Droid X [4/28] - Unofficial AOKP Ports - RootzWiki

    This is getting very good for us. My buddy has a non rooted Nexus and I have a newer version of ICS on my crusty old X. :eek:

    On yesterdays build I had a full charge at noon and made it until midnight with 39% left (stock battery from original release date). Pretty light usage but I didn't expect the battery to make it that far. Issues are well documented and I highly recommend giving this a shot.

    What does not work:
    • Panorama mode in camera
    • Netflix
    • Google Chrome
    • Adobe Flash (Chrome/Flash and possibly Netflix are related to us not having hardware acceleration since we do not have native ICS drivers)
    • MMS - Use Go SMS
    Installing new build now :bebored:
  3. WhoDoo Voodoo

    WhoDoo Voodoo Android Enthusiast

    I'm using that on my touchpad and it is beautiful. The new CM9 has Netflix, MMS, and Chrome works (sorta). So these fixes are on the way. This new battery life thing is great. They are killing it up there at CM.
  4. bobd2754

    bobd2754 Lurker

    My battery life isn't that great, Have milestone 5 running fro 2 weeks so I'm assuming the caches have built. Stock, original battery (Almost 2 years old), no overclock/undervolt apps installed. Phone idle seems to be pulling the crap out of this rom, other then that, it's great.
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  5. droblyer

    droblyer Well-Known Member

    I thought I read somewhere that this had longpress the back button to kill apps. I can't find it in the settings, am I missing something or is not in this rom?
  6. bubbaken

    bubbaken Well-Known Member
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  7. bubbaken

    bubbaken Well-Known Member
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    Settings... Rom Control... General UI... Hold back to kill (option near bottom, enable)

    Settings... Rom Control... Navigation bar... (enable) define button longpress (or regular press for that matter) action


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The Motorola Droid X release date was July 2010. Features and Specs include a 4.3" inch screen, 8MP camera, 512GB RAM, TI OMAP3630 processor, and 1540mAh battery.

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