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[PORT][CM11s][ROM][4.4]CM11s for CODINA by |FORCEware|

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5th September 2014, 05:28 AM   |  #31  
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Some would say you deserved it..

Please don't reply to that kind of replies. It's best to leave them alone and move on

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5th September 2014, 05:51 AM   |  #32  
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Please don't reply to that kind of replies. It's best to leave them alone and move on

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5th September 2014, 07:48 AM   |  #33  
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Refer to the recent lengthy post I've posted in page 3

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Yes, site THREE (3).


I wouldn't complain IF you wrote it in OP.

Instead of quoting bunch of useless licenses, you should write "big red" NOT TESTED in OP.


Some people just love to be a guinea pigs and installing every released ROM, but you have to understand, that people consider everything posted in development section to (at least) working/booting.


I don't support using bad language, but... people have right to complain just the same way as you have right to release UNTESTED things... (even if you do it for free).

It's always good to see new dev in our device section (even if he/she is just learning), but we have to keep some standards. Those standards were broken when people that didn't have codinas started to release untested ROMs (some of them have "personal" testers though, and - most important - making ROMs for similar devices - they have big chance to make working ROM).

You said, you wanted to learn how to make samsung custom ROMs - great, but as i said - you should test if it* (at least) is booting.

Sometime is better to focus on device you OWN instead to making other devices users happy by force...

@danny19901

Nfc.apk is present in sources of many ROMs, i don't think it's a factor here... AFAIR - i deleted it using option in local manifest in my ROMs...
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5th September 2014, 12:00 PM   |  #34  
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Originally Posted by batlin

Yes, site THREE (3).


I wouldn't complain IF you wrote it in OP.

Instead of quoting bunch of useless licenses, you should write "big red" NOT TESTED in OP.


Some people just love to be a guinea pigs and installing every released ROM, but you have to understand, that people consider everything posted in development section to (at least) working/booting.


I don't support using bad language, but... people have right to complain just the same way as you have right to release UNTESTED things... (even if you do it for free).

It's always good to see new dev in our device section (even if he/she is just learning), but we have to keep some standards. Those standards were broken when people that didn't have codinas started to release untested ROMs (some of them have "personal" testers though, and - most important - making ROMs for similar devices - they have big chance to make working ROM).

You said, you wanted to learn how to make samsung custom ROMs - great, but as i said - you should test if it* (at least) is booting.

Sometime is better to focus on device you OWN instead to making other devices users happy by force...

@danny19901

Nfc.apk is present in sources of many ROMs, i don't think it's a factor here... AFAIR - i deleted it using option in local manifest in my ROMs...

I know where everyone is coming from yes the ROM didn't boot but move on stuff like this happens when I had P880 it takes for it to get a working slimkat ROM as it wouldn't boot at all and when it finally booted it was unusable and stable but all devs and XDA members tried helping out with it to make it stable and the developer for was a well known dev
5th September 2014, 12:21 PM   |  #35  
ROM closed until I've get to be more used to Samsung firmwares. Until then, thread will be deleted to prevent more people getting frustrated. I am not willing to develop for codina anymore as I've seem to learn that this device is more difficult to develop than newer ones. Maybe I'll come back. Just maybe but not now. Sorry for the disappointment.

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5th September 2014, 02:55 PM   |  #36  
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Originally Posted by Furrydaus

ROM closed until I've get to be more used to Samsung firmwares. Until then, thread will be deleted to prevent more people getting frustrated. I am not willing to develop for codina anymore as I've seem to learn that this device is more difficult to develop than newer ones. Maybe I'll come back. Just maybe but not now. Sorry for the disappointment.

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Try talking to codina devs they maybe able to help out rather than facing problems on your own

Shame was looking forward to this how about try make a different ROM for time being I can test for you
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5th September 2014, 03:01 PM   |  #37  
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Try talking to codina devs they maybe able to help out rather than facing problems on your own

Nope. Sorry. Already requested mods to close the thread

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5th September 2014, 08:16 PM   |  #38  
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I'm not being Funny or anything ... But you can't just do that you at least need to talk with actual developers in order to solve problems ... They have experience that will be handful to you and you just want to do it on your own. On the other hand I do understand it to a point because doing it yourself will make it more worth while ... How ever progress will be forever and that won't sort anything.
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I'm not being Funny or anything ... But you can't just do that you at least need to talk with actual developers in order to solve problems ... They have experience that will be handful to you and you just want to do it on your own. On the other hand I do understand it to a point because doing it yourself will make it more worth while ... How ever progress will be forever and that won't sort anything.

True nicely said doing something on own may not accomplish anything and it may end up you will release nothing and move onto something different
6th September 2014, 06:10 PM   |  #40  
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