I do have the same issue. Haptic feedback only works after a reboot until the device goes to sleep.Does everyones haptic feedback work? Does it vibrate on keypress on the on screen keyboard and pattern lock screen? I know how to enable it. And it works if i reboot my touchpad. But if i put it to sleep is stops working until next reboot. I am running alpha 2 cm9. No nightlies. It worked great on cm7 alpha 3. I updated from that to cm9 a2. I did not delete data, i did the upgrade method. I cant seem to find many others with this issue. So im trying to figure out if i should wipe my tp and reflash cm9, or if it is a known issue. Please let me know if you have haptic working at or near 100% or if every has this issue.
I had this problem. Was resolved when I updated to nightly 3/27.The main issue that I'm struggling with is the screen goes non-responsive once the screen goes to sleep and I'm asked to enter my PIN. And maybe it's sleep mode that's the problem.
Once the screen wakes up, I can't enter the pin. I have to softboot the ToucPad to regain operational use.
The pin is required because of corporate e-mail. Otherwise I'd disable it.
going poof? what do you mean?Hi i have been reading this forum since almost the start. I finally registered to ask this one question. My "Play Store" formally "Android Market" keeps going poof. I am using the lastest nightly build. I have tried the fixed change the density to 120 and then back to 160 and it still does it. Everything else works fine except...we already know those things. I have tried to google some other ways to fix this and cant seem to locate any. any other suggestions or link to suggestions would certainly be appreciated
I had the touch screen wake up issue since i've installed CM on my touchpad. Happened in CM7 and CM9 a2. It was alright with CM9 a2 because when i got the touchscreen issue i simply click power button to put it to sleep then wake it back up. Now after installing the latest nightly 03/29 i have issues waking it up. Putting it to sleep and waking it up doesn't seem to work anymore so i have to reboot it(power+home). Wish there was a way to get around it.I had this problem. Was resolved when I updated to nightly 3/27.
I think I know what he means because I may be having the same issue.going poof? what do you mean?
Have you forgetten the network, turned off wifi, then turned back on and tried to reconnect?I've been having no problems with wifi up until earlier this past week. It keeps failing to connect to my home network as well as the campus network (so I know it's no router-specific). I haven't installed or flash anything.
It is very hard to say if this will ever work. Cyanogenmod doesnt get ETA on upgrades, or when a feature will or will not. My guess is demand for a feature like this is very minimal at best, since dialup is pretty much dead for most people, especially android developers. If you need this, it might be best to look at a tablet that has it built in from the factory.I would like to know if Dial-up Bluetooth will ever work with Android ICS on the Touchpad. If anyone can please confirm that this feature will be added or been work on, it will be great and I will keep following this forum until availble.
Thanks for any advice.