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[ROM] [AOSP] [4.2.2] Crossbones 2.3.3 [7/13/2013]

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15th January 2013, 10:36 PM   |  #1  
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Current version: 2.3.3
This custom Android project is built off of Google android-4.2.2_r1.2 source code.
The FEATURE list can be found here
The CHANGELOG can be found here

Source code:
https://github.com/Crossbones

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Installation instructions:
* Wipe your phone through recovery
* Flash ROM
* Flash gapps
* Reboot

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Download links:
Current Version: 2.3.3 (Jellybean-4.2.2)
ROM: 2.3.3 Download
GAPPS: Official Gapps

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15th January 2013, 10:51 PM   |  #2  
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thanks for the work you do
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Croosbones always been stable....remember from my ns4g

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Man this is soooo smooth!
But you should have included a more stable kernel, since mine locked up when I tried going to 1600 mhz
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Originally Posted by dakota.breeden

Man this is soooo smooth!
But you should have included a more stable kernel, since mine locked up when I tried going to 1600 mhz

Over clocking that much can cause instability. Its your choice, not the kernels fault.

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16th January 2013, 04:23 AM   |  #8  
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Over clocking that much can cause instability. Its your choice, not the kernels fault.

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Not to mention. Why would you even need to clock that high? I'm sure performance is hurt more than helped.

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16th January 2013, 05:47 AM   |  #9  
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Originally Posted by dakota.breeden

Man this is soooo smooth!
But you should have included a more stable kernel, since mine locked up when I tried going to 1600 mhz

As others have already said, clocking at 1600mHz will make your phone unstable. That being said, there is a known bug in the ZenSERIES kernel's ZenX governor which will sometimes cause the phone to lockup randomly. Version 17 of the kernel is better and can be downloaded from here: http://xbones.org/android/v3.0.58-Ze...17_cleaned.zip

If you either don't want to flash v17 or still experience lockup issues, switch to another governor such as "pegasusq" or "interactive" and don't clock your phone SO high! Talk about battery drain :P

With each release of the ZenSERIES kernel, bbedward refines and optimizes the ZenX governor. I include it because I've worked with him on Android for a long time and consider his work to be the best (that is my personal opinion).
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I have it set for when I plug it into AC power it maxes out the CPU usage. I switched to lean kernel also.

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