Android ROM Build Release Notes for Super D 1.9.2 `Donut On Crack`
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*Fixed Autocomplete Keyboard bug
*Audio files should be fixed for MT3g users
*Sync back in settings and Auto Sync fully working

*Fixed Voice Dialer Widget FC

*Full Swap and Compcache Control from Spare Parts
*Spare Parts now accessible from Launcher menu
*New Launcher.apk
*New Boot Screen
*Internet Tethering from Settings
*Wireless and WiredTether Removed
*Whole new build/apps/frameworks
*Black Versions have black lockscreen
*Visual Enhancements
*Probably more that I forgot

- All Graphics Done by Eliot Stocker
- Had lots of help with the CC/SWAP control from ctso and WesGarner

Do a FULL WIPE including EXT

*Compcache and Linux Swap fully working now
*New Eclair Apps, Music and DeskClock - Thanks to Cyanogen
*Multitouch improvements and Browser improvements - Thanks to Cyanogen
* SD updater beta 2 added graphics done by eliot stocker
*New Wallpapers -done by eliot stocker
*New Kernel
*Overclocked to 528mhz
*Deadline,CFQ,Anticipatory I/O
*Ext4 fully working
*Kernel Debugging turned off
*reverted Phone.apk
*reverted animations
*Multitouch working in Browser and Gallery
*addicted it to crack, should fly off the walls now
*other stuff
* Multitouch removed due to issues with it, hopefully it will be back in next release
* Build.trout.prop edited to improve 2g/3g
* Updated a couple of status notifications to colored
* Updated Phone.apk to Big Photo Contact 250px + Eclair theme
* Custom AlarmClock.apk by me 
* Black Versions now have a black search bar as well
* Updated Market (should not revert back to old icon now)
* New Animations
* Updated Wysie`s Contacts.apk to 2.8
* Fix backwards compatibility code for services - credits to Cyanogen
* All new multitouch code using Eclair API - credits to Cyanogen
* New kernel with tweaks and new SDCC driver from Nexus tree - credits to Cyanogen
* Fixed the fix_permissions script - credits to Cyanogen
* Various other minor bugfixes - credits to Cyanogen
* Theme Templates now available
* Other stuff I can`t remember
-Revert Process.getFreeMemory() to type int - this was causing apps like Task Manager to crash the runtime. Thanks to Cyanogen


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