1. Are you ready for the Galaxy S20? Here is everything we know so far!

[Verizon] [ROM] [JB 4.2] XenonHD Stable-11.1 (7/3/13)

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by NSutherl, Jul 22, 2012.

  1. viper689

    viper689 Android Expert

    After looking at the change log, it seems as though V15 was meant more if a change for tablet users so it may have broken some things with the phones. That's just my guess though but it was definitely more tablet driven this time around

    1. Download the Forums for Android™ app!


  2. LTek1

    LTek1 Member

    Okay, my Google Now has gone nuts again. Below is an example of something that works perfectly when I type it, then detects my voice perfectly, but behaves completely differently.



    Cross-posted to previous Google Now thread.
  3. Deleted User

    Deleted User Guest

    Hmmm I am running v9 right now and it's working great for the most part. v15 seems to have problems so does anyone have a link to v14?

    I'm getting a lot of pop ups about my SIM card being removed and that my phone needs to restart. That and I'm getting a lot of random reboots when my phone sits idle. Anyone else getting these issues?
  4. SoLastWeek

    SoLastWeek Lurker

    This link has all of them at least back to v8: Index of ./roms/ Also, vXVI is out now... Sweet Sixteen. So far the reports are looking good, but there are some reports of troubles when using with one of the franco kernals, but leankernal seems to be working fine.
  5. viper689

    viper689 Android Expert

    I actually clean flashed V16 (first time on Xenon since V8) but for whatever reason my Messaging app would keep force closing upon opening. That kinda sucked so I restored my Liquid nandroid
  6. anyway to landscape the home screens on V16? nothing under display...
  7. viper689

    viper689 Android Expert

  8. hmm i tried that too. landscape lockscreen wouldn't even work either on v16. i'm so disappointed. this used to be my fav rom. i went back to jb sourcery 2.4, which is great, but is a battery hog....

    v15 was the same thing, no landscape. i was hoping they'd fixed that

    edit: i reflashed xenon, yep it's under accessibility. thought i'd checked that before lol. good call. xenon is muc better on battery than sourcery.
  9. darkcyber

    darkcyber Android Expert

    Haven't gotten bored with it...it is just so dang stable and has everything that I want and I am more than happy with v12, think that's what I'm still running :) Just happened to check in and see there is a v16...wow! Keeps on going. Guess when I get some free time I will have to upgrade and try it. Thanks for all the great work that has gone into this ROM...best one out there, by far.
  10. NSutherl

    NSutherl Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Clean flashed v16 last night after a few weeks of running various stock 4.1.1 and 4.1.2 ROMs. It's good to have the mods backs, and they are 'aplenty in this one. I haven't been on Xenon since about v7, so it's good to be back.

    The pros for me are the mods and battery life, the cons are that it's not quite as buttery as some of the stock JRO03R and JZO54K builds out there.
  11. jackburnt

    jackburnt Android Enthusiast

    Guess I'll wipe and install this with LeanKernel. Let's see how that paring goes.

    I mean, I don't want to actually do work today!
  12. jackburnt

    jackburnt Android Enthusiast

    Woah, what the hell is going on with Settings in the latest build? I'm guessing it's aimed at tablets, but it's unusable on a phone screen.

    Attached Files:

  13. bigbear6708

    bigbear6708 Android Enthusiast

    Yeah, it's tablet ui. I don't use this Rom, but i imagine you can turn it off...otherwise to make it look right you will need to lower your screen dpi
  14. jackburnt

    jackburnt Android Enthusiast

    Found the setting: Settings > ROM Settings > General UI > Enable Dual Panel
  15. viper689

    viper689 Android Expert

    Version 17 is now up. Looks like iceandfire is in the business of creating his own kernels now?
    NSutherl likes this.

  16. flashing it right now :D
  17. NSutherl

    NSutherl Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    OP updated 10/23. I'm currently giving CM10 a try for the first time so lets hear some updates from who's on Xenon!
  18. dumped it, too laggy. even tried a couple different kernels thinking it was the new xenon kernel.

    on factory rom right now, pretty nice so far...
    NSutherl likes this.
  19. p-bOt

    p-bOt Android Expert

    This ROM is pretty great for me. The new kernel isn't that great but with Franco M6 it's nice. Only problem I have is that occasionally I lose ALL connections and the signal bars just turn into that little white triangle outline...it doesn't last long but it's annoying.
  20. ymDroid

    ymDroid Well-Known Member

    On Xenon 16 still.

    Here what I've experienced off a clean flash.

    Lag. It really is much slower than other builds.
    There's a bug in the back to kill function. If you hold back to kill of a home screen, it freezes the phone and cause it to reboot.
    Lag, I know but it is really slow.

    The battery life is fantastic. I mean amazing. I get 16 hours with moderate use and 10 hours with heavy use. Yesterday I used the crap out of my Nav plus phone use, plus browsing. All day and I still made of through the work day.

    I don't know if the lag is because of down clocking, which in turn is causing the amazing battery life, but I can probably live with the lag for the great battery life.

    I'm going to stay on 16 for a while or jump to AOKP milestone 1. I'm not crazy about xenon making their own kernel.
    NSutherl likes this.
  21. NSutherl

    NSutherl Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    OP updated for v18 (11/3)
  22. the colors are still off, there's a green tint over everything just like the last build. it's also not very responsive.
  23. viper689

    viper689 Android Expert

    Do you clean flash every time?

  24. yeppers

Galaxy Nexus Forum

The Galaxy Nexus release date was November 2011. Features and Specs include a 4.65" inch screen, 5MP camera, 1GB RAM, TI OMAP 4460 processor, and 1750mAh battery.

November 2011
Release Date

Share This Page