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    Default Which CM version quickest

    I want to root my Mom's Nook Color(SD Root) and would like to know which CM version would be the best for a quick snappy user experience. If imagine CM9 and 10 would run a little more laggy or need overclocking(which I don't want to do to hers) what do ya think?? Thanks.


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    Default Re: Which CM version quickest

    Quote Originally Posted by ruger141 View Post
    I want to root my Mom's Nook Color(SD Root) and would like to know which CM version would be the best for a quick snappy user experience. If imagine CM9 and 10 would run a little more laggy or need overclocking(which I don't want to do to hers) what do ya think?? Thanks.


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    Try CM10(JellyBean). CM9 (ICS) doesn't run very well. I'm on Paranoid Android's ROM (based on CM10) and it runs very well on the NC. If you overclock to 1100, her NC should be fine. Anything above that would probably cause issues
    TOSHIBA Thrive • Pio's Team Baked BlackBean 4.1.2 ROM
    Samsung Galaxy Note 1 (i717) • CM11 4.4.2 kitkat (jamied)
    Samsung GalaxyTab 3 (7 in) • Deleterious ROM
    HTC EVO 4G • Deck's Reloaded ROM
    Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (i317) unlocked • Ditto Note 3.1.1 (4.3) ROM
    B&N Nook Color (Gifted to relative)
    Samsung Galaxy Prevail • Half A$$ed ROM
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    Default Re: Which CM version quickest

    Is there a way to go higher than CM 7.1 running entirely from the SD card?
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    Default Re: Which CM version quickest

    Quote Originally Posted by mccornwall View Post
    Is there a way to go higher than CM 7.1 running entirely from the SD card?
    I would recommend just rooting the NC and not run the ROMs off an sd card. SD cards tend to fail over time
    TOSHIBA Thrive • Pio's Team Baked BlackBean 4.1.2 ROM
    Samsung Galaxy Note 1 (i717) • CM11 4.4.2 kitkat (jamied)
    Samsung GalaxyTab 3 (7 in) • Deleterious ROM
    HTC EVO 4G • Deck's Reloaded ROM
    Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (i317) unlocked • Ditto Note 3.1.1 (4.3) ROM
    B&N Nook Color (Gifted to relative)
    Samsung Galaxy Prevail • Half A$$ed ROM
    EVO Shift• JellyBelly ROM
    Samsung Galaxy S3 • DanKang 4.3.1 ROM

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    Default Re: Which CM version quickest

    Well I sort of like the ability to go back to stock at will...especially since 7.1 is so slow and buggy.

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    Default Re: Which CM version quickest

    I've run CM9/ICS off of SD and it was too slow, even overclocked. CM7.1 or 7.2 off of SD card seemed fine. I eventually settled on MIUI 2.4.6 (which is CM7 based) off of SD card and it runs great, and has tablet sized apps too boot!
    Dell Streak 7, Nook Color (MIUI), Motorola Droid 1 (MIUI), LG Optimus S (CM7), Huawei S7-201W
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    Default Re: Which CM version quickest

    Try the CM10.2 nightlies, big improvement over CM10, 9 OR 7. Make sure you use a SanDisk class 4 card. Makes a huge difference.

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