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Angry [CM9] [ABANDONED] Maguro Nightly Kangs




This kang is no longer being compiled...



This is a self-compiled kang of CM9 with cherry picks from CyanogenMod’s Gerrit Instance, most comparable to a CM nightly build. You need not apply if you’re not comfortable with testing out new and possibly broken features. All credit goes to cyanogen, #teamdouche and the coders who submit to Gerrit. Thank you to @RyanMacG for providing Euroskank hosting.


Latest Skankwich build: http://fitsnugly.euroskank.com/?rom=cm9&device=maguro

Latest Gapps (mirrored from goo.im): http://fitsnugly.euroskank.com/?rom=cm9&device=gapps

Latest merges to CM source code: http://review.cyanogenmod.com/#q,sta...branch:ics,n,z
http://changelog.bbqdroid.org/#maguro/cm9/next



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If cherry picks disappear, it's because they were merged, abandoned or conflict with the current source or other cherry picks.



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Phone: Samsung Galaxy Nexus               Tablet: Google Nexus 7
ROM: PURITY JDQ39                         ROM: PURITY JDQ39
Kernel: AK Kernel Diamond ed.             Kernel: M-Kernel
Baseband: I925OUGLH1                      Bootloader: v4.18
Recovery: TWRP v2.4.3.0                   Recovery: TWRP v2.4.3.0
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Looking forward to the progress of this ROM. More than happy so far
 
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Phone: Samsung Galaxy Nexus               Tablet: Google Nexus 7
ROM: PURITY JDQ39                         ROM: PURITY JDQ39
Kernel: AK Kernel Diamond ed.             Kernel: M-Kernel
Baseband: I925OUGLH1                      Bootloader: v4.18
Recovery: TWRP v2.4.3.0                   Recovery: TWRP v2.4.3.0
 
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I'm finding this a bit funny. Why am I being deleted? I wont post anymore within your thread unless I have something beneficial to say.....

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Holy smokes, this is fantastic. Still setting things up but it's a lot faster than I had anticipated. A few placeholders here and there but it's just as functional as anything else as far as I've seen.

Looks like it'll make a great daily driver!
 
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I'm finding this a bit funny. Why am I being deleted? I wont post anymore within your thread unless I have something beneficial to say.....

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Lol, seems like you guys are new to skankwich. Fitsnugly, the guy responsible for CM skankwiches has a thing for deleting spam posts in his rom threads... so unless you have anything constructive to say about the roms, all useless posts will be deleted.

In fact this post might be deleted as well
My Devices and their Brains:

Oneplus One 64 GB Chinese Ver. - CM11S + Root
HTC One 64 GB - InsertCoin Rom / ViperOne
Google Nexus 10 - OmniROM
Google Galaxy Nexus - **Cataclysm** Rom 4.2.1
Motorola Xoom Wifi - CM10 Nightly
Google Nexus One - Evervolv Jellybean 4.1
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Lol, seems like you guys are new to skankwich. Fitsnugly, the guy responsible for CM skankwiches has a thing for deleting spam posts in his rom threads... so unless you have anything constructive to say about the roms, all useless posts will be deleted.

In fact this post might be deleted as well
Thanks for the info! Now I know cheers mate!

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10 hours total usage, only down 20% with an hour of pretty vigorously used screen-on time. 1.35ghz OC, on demand governor, stock kernel and Wifi enabled the entire time.

No excessive amount of wakes and phone sleeps pretty well. Doesn't always go into a super deep sleep but this observation... meh... I'll wait and see some more. Need to let more time pass but so far it's blazing fast, very clean, no FCs and much better battery life than I had expected. I really didn't think these nightlies would be THIS polished.

I'll report again after more time passes. I really did not expect this to be so well polished right off the bat. Many thanks to the dev for whatever it was he's done with these releases. Saw a few of his other threads and looks like lots of satisfied users.

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22 hours total time, 50% battery, 1 hour and 50 minutes screen on time. Haven't used it too much but when I have it's been pretty intensive. Very pleased so far!
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Any way to add the search button to the navigation bar..?

P. S. Agree with bongd (good to see you here mate, recognise you from the Atrix forums), this is really really fast & stable!
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