I notice Quarx has done a new CM9 port today; hopefully Seby'll port that over
....but for now, I can only say: DON'T BOTHER WITH CM9 !!!!
Although I am looking forward for a CM10 port. I have been reading good things about CM10 and the one for the Motorola Defy is almost fully functional. I'll give this a go as soon as a stable version with all features comes out....
Definitely a known problem with the capacitive buttons. Mine don't work at all. I tried flashing a compatibility zip but ended up killing the touchscreen too, nearly bricking, and having to start from scratch. Still, Android 4.x sure is nice in terms of not needing physical buttons, so I'm living with it.
I've had very, very few problems resolutionwise. A very few apps seem to be about 10% too "big" for the screen, and if I load up the stock launcher, some shortcuts are off the screen. I don't have the problem with Nova.
For me, I'm positive there's no comparison on battery life. Maybe it's something specific I'm running with the stock ROM, or you're running with Seby that's causing the problem? Speedwise, too--for some reason the stock ROM would go through lags of 30-60 seconds of unresponsiveness, which I haven't had problems with since CM9.
I'm also comparing against Seby's other ROM, which had a lot of the problems of stock for me.
Finally, I really think there are so many ins and outs on these things that we can get different results with the same inputs. I've had times where I've gone through a flashing process again and not had the same problems again.
Anyway, YMMV. I can only speak to my own experience!
Interesting indeed! And I totally agree with you that it depends on your own experience. For me, CM9 was a total let down in many ways. But I also made the experience that the stock ROM is actually running quite smoothly which really impressed me as all other stock ROMs I came across so far were utter crap to point of almost non functional....
...I have only played around a little bit with Seby's 0.6.5 firmware, but it seems to be very similar in performance compared to the stock ROM. The only noticeable differences are the launcher and start-up sequence :-P
Both of my tablets are brand new, so it seems Shenzhen Lyric Pioneer may have improved on their firmware. Other people on here reporting issues with stock ROM bought theirs some time ago....
Anyway, still keen to try new things. So I'll be watching out for CM10. It shouldn't be to far away....
i m back ..i hope that everyone are ok..
now i have a question... is there a new version to donwload from http://www.lyxfsz.com/cn/downs_view.htm?id=37 ??
this is a ORIGINAL version....did u tried???
seby what do you think about it?