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Hrithik Gade

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My phone is redmi note 3 snapdragon(kenzo)
Installed Latest nightly 28 September

Not able to uninstall a single application since phone starts rebooting 
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Should i install SnapShot?
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Give Me Your Suggestions!?
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Shrikanth Holla

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I want to use google pixel launcher wallpaper picker as my locksreen wallpaper and Tapet wallpaper as my homescreen wallpaper. Is there a way to do this on CM13???
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+René Carannante  Try using your method and do as I described.Because you can't see pixel wallpaper picker or tapet in lockscreen wallpaper setting because they are live wallpapers.
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Jéremy Weber

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Hello everybody,
I wanted to know if it is possible to install pre built apk inside cyanogen mod. But the trick would be to have this app with system privileges. I know that I can can them by signing the app with the system keys or maybe by put them in the folder priv-app/. I don't know which is the best solution knowing that if we can avoid the root to avoid the void of the warranty.

Thank you very much
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If you have CyanogenMod it means you have already unlocked your bootloader/voided your warrenty. Just throw it in /priv-app
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Eddy Nelson Lopez

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Is there a way to have the LED just like Samsung does, I mean take a look at the video, notice that whenever i wake up the device the LED stops lighting up, and when I turn it off it lights up again, but in cyanogenmod there is not option for that it stays on regardless.
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+Eddy Nelson Lopez xposed module 
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Ananda Basak

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Which rom should i move to for my moto e2nd gen??
In cm14 all things are working except vid rec
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CM 14 UNOFFICIAL
40%
Cm13 official
60%
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I like PAC-ROM
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Emidio Andrea Bianco

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How's that possible? Nearly 2GB occupied by system apps. And after the last official CMOS 13 my op1 is laggish, slow at touches and consumes more memory and battery. I uninstalled Cortana, "freely" brought with the last updates. I've bought a CM phone to support the CM team, but this is not in my expectations.
I expect an update soon.
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Have you tried a full backup and installing a clean cm build with basic Gapps? To see if the problem lies within YOUR usage? And I will state again this is an average of usage over your own habits 1.2 GB of Android os,system and UI is normal as you want these running from ram as it is the fastest file system on any device.
Think of RAM like a paper notebook. You can write data into the book (with a pencil), and you can erase those data and replace them with new data, but the book's always the same weight. The book doesn't get any heavier, whatever you write in it. The same way, with current RAM technology, the battery use of the RAM is fixed, regardless of what (if anything) is stored in it.

From Android's point of view, it doesn't matter whether you leave an app with the home button or the back button. Pressing the back button doesn't kill an app or remove it from RAM. Swiping an app out of the 'recent apps' list doesn't kill the app or remove it from RAM. The only difference it makes is changing what the app shows you next time you launch it: the screen you were on before, or the main/first screen of the app.

Imagine you have a notebook (as before), and a big bookcase with lots of reference books. You can't carry the reference books around with you, so if you need to know about a subject, you have to copy the information out of a reference book into your little notebook. When you run out of space in the notebook, you use your eraser to wipe some information you don't need again, so you can copy more information into it.

All this copying is tiresome. So once you've copied some information, you want to keep it in your notebook for as long as you think you might need it. You keep track of what information in the notebook you're using right now, and what information you use often, and what information you haven't used for a while. When you want to make space, first you erase the information you haven't used for a while. If you haven't got any of that left, then you erase some information you use often but not right now. Only if you're really desperate for space (maybe there's one big subject that takes the whole notebook) do you erase the information you're using today.

This is exactly what Android's doing with your RAM. The big bookcase with reference books is like your phone's internal storage: you can't use it directly (because the books are printed, not written with pencil), so it's expensive (it takes time and energy) to copy data into your notebook (RAM) to work on.

A task manager app is like a schoolteacher who thinks your notebook looks untidy with all those pages of notes you're not using any more. The schoolteacher comes along every so often and erases whole pages of notes. This is unnecessary, because it doesn't make the book any easier to carry around: the book weighs the same regardless. Not only that, the schoolteacher doesn't knowwhich information you use most often - he might have a vague idea, but he doesn't know as well as you do - so sometimes when he erases information, the cost is an extra trip to the bookshelf, which you wouldn't have needed otherwise.

Thinking about it this way, it's easy to answer your question. Using more RAM doesn't use any more power directly. A task manager app can make you use more power, because you're having to copy things from internal storage to RAM that you wouldn't have had to otherwise. In the same way, a single RAM-hungry app costs you twice: first you have to write all of that app's information in the notebook, and then when you finish with it, there's a lot of information that you had to erase (to make space), which you have to copy from the bookshelf again.

http://android.stackexchange.com/questions/67121/how-ram-usage-effects-battery-drain
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Darly França

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Someone remove this spam please? 
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Cerebral Mischief

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After tinkering with CM 13 on my Nexus 6, I have to say that this is by far the best mod there is. I have tried pure Nexus, and several others.. Cyanogen is the best in my opinion. Nice work to the entire team behind it and thank you for the hard work! 
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Dylan
 
CM is nice and all. It just doesn't have the bells and whistles I like, though. Literally the only feature I need from CM is the setting to hide navbar interactions from apps (useful in expanded desktop, so swiping for the navbar doesn't scroll), and even then I can get it in CM-based roms
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Sedrick Alejandrino

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What is your phone's Cyanogenmod Version.
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CM14 (Android N)
27%
CM13 (Marshmallow)
64%
CM12 (Lollipop)
6%
Older Version
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+Adrián B.V. Well it doesn't say it has to be official. Im running TugaPower CM14 for my Oneplus one. +Ryan Stonecipher Update it when only new security patches are implanted and you'll be good to go, because if CM have bugs that have to be fixed before implanting new security patch , they won't marge it. I did this way with my girlfriends phone and haven't had any issues. 
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Brent Tibbits

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I will be retiring my Nexus 6 soon. Vote for which device you would pick!
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Nexus 6p
43%
Oneplus 3
52%
ZTE Axon 7
5%
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Banutu
 
If you want speed in absolutely everything, simplicity, go for oneplus 3

If you are much more into media and listen to music a lot on your phone, axon 7

If you want a little from both worlds and keep up with the latest android, then nexus 6p

I personally have oneplus 3. 
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Edward Holliman

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Does anybody else have a problem where audio ducking still ducks when turned off, and the notification light still shows when turned off in the priority only settings? Oneplus 3 device on cm13-21/09/16 - this has been a problem for at least the past 5 nightlies.
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Gabriel Martins

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Alguém que tenha instalado e esteja com as últimas versões nightlys do CyanogenMod 13, pode dizer se a versão para Zenfone 2 Laser ZE550KL esta com bugs, como dreno de bateria, reinicialização, travamentos, entre outros?
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Shoumik Sidhya

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Need help guys. Gere is VOlte option but still not working. What do do?
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i think rom might not be supporting 4g/LTE/voLTE
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Naci Aslandogan

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Oneplus3 + cm13 + Motion lwp + Material glass theme = inception
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+Marcelo Matos dats 399€ in France at least.
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Dirk Diggler

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Haha.
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Jiby K reji

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Please make cm14 for moto g4 plus
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+Dmitriy Porollo and the rest. 
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Isnal Khoeri

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please fix -2% battery bug on kenzo device
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Charbel Aoun

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Hey cm contributors
If I want to join your team, maintain a new device and releases "official" cm13 nightly builds, so what should I do? Can anyone send me all instructions ?
Thanks
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Azhar Khan

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CM14 for Redmi 2?
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No
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Ryan Healy

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I'm currently on the latest CM13 snapshot but I'm having trouble with my data connection.

I was previously on PureCM builds which had similar issues.

I'm confused because I always thought snapshots were stable builds. Does anyone have any idea what's going on?
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I have been having the exact same problem! Even more odd: Data works for a while then just randomly stops working and never again will work. I have tried sticking to Snapshot, no dice. Tried nightly... It had the same issue. I just reflashed nightly 9/20 tonight and am hoping it doesn't happen again. 
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