CyanogenMod 12 Beta 4 for Sony Xperia L Brings FM Radio Support And A Bunch Of Fixes
It’s been over a month since beta 3 was released and I totally understand users have been craving for CM sweetness. Well, wait no longer. This release is more focused on fixing up stuff, here goes down the device specific changelog
– Added FM Radio support with Stereo recording – Updated kernel to latest LP CAF tag – Fixes for the WiFi connectivity issues from beta 3 – Experimental fixes for distorted in-call audio – Experimental fixes for in-call voice echo – Experimental fixes for Bluetooth audio – Enabled Dual MIC support for noise suppression – Removed some un-needed services – Temporarily replaced Camera module with older version for compatibility – Switched to Block Based flashable zip – Enabled bridging and ebtables in kernel for IPv6 tethering – Removed sensor.qcom service causing battery consumption on standbyNote : Everything marked as experimental needs thorough testing and reports. In past month CyanogenMod 12 has undergone a lot of changes and under the hood optimizations. I’m highlighting major ones below
– Android 5.0.2 merge – Superuser replaced with AppOP based superuser management – DSP Manager and Apollo replaced by AudioFX and Eleven – Browser, Gallery has got material UI – Performance profiles – Swap Volume button support – Power Connect/Disconnect notification support – Long press volume buttons to skip audio tracks – Left hand mode for navigation keys during Landscape orientation – Weather display on status bar – Battery icon options – Support for Scramble pin layout when unlocking – A lot of performance improvements and UI and code cleanupVisit XDA post here for further discussion and download links.