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7th February 2013, 06:43 AM |#11  
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Re: [ROM][AOSP][LINARO] CarbonRom JB 4.2.1 [toro] Feb 6
Well hot damn! With this many awesome devs it's gotta be good.

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7th February 2013, 07:44 AM |#12  
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Re: [ROM][AOSP][LINARO] CarbonRom JB 4.2.1 [toro] Feb 6
After first flashing went to a black screen for a couple minutes before showing the bootanimation, had me worried for a bit lol. Nice bootanimation btw. Running pretty smoothly so far. Stutter when swiping between homescreens over a live wallpaper but I'm sure things will improve. I like the ability to change notification drop down background to a custom image.

EDIT: Just a note, I'm assuming tapping the clock in the notification drop down should go to the Clock/Alarm app but it does nothing. I'm assuming tapping on the date should go to Calendar app but it results in "System UI crash" and loses wallpaper lol. Smooth and quick otherwise!

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7th February 2013, 10:45 AM |#14  
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Re: [ROM][AOSP][LINARO] CarbonRom JB 4.2.1 [toro] Feb 6
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After first flashing went to a black screen for a couple minutes before showing the bootanimation, had me worried for a bit lol. Nice bootanimation btw. Running pretty smoothly so far. Stutter when swiping between homescreens over a live wallpaper but I'm sure things will improve. I like the ability to change notification drop down background to a custom image.

EDIT: Just a note, I'm assuming tapping the clock in the notification drop down should go to the Clock/Alarm app but it does nothing. I'm assuming tapping on the date should go to Calendar app but it results in "System UI crash" and loses wallpaper lol. Smooth and quick otherwise!

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Haven't flashed it yet but in the process, try seeing if there is an option in settings to set click action for those two.

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7th February 2013, 11:04 AM |#15  
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Re: [ROM][AOSP][LINARO] CarbonRom JB 4.2.1 [toro] Feb 6
Should we stay with stock kernel?

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7th February 2013, 11:51 AM |#16  
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Re: [ROM][AOSP][LINARO] CarbonRom JB 4.2.1 [toro] Feb 6
With that dev team i feel i have no choice but to try this rom

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7th February 2013, 12:12 PM |#17  
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Re: [ROM][AOSP][LINARO] CarbonRom JB 4.2.1 [toro] Feb 6
The calendar app is no longer included in gapps. You need to install it from the play store first. It will not fc if installed.

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7th February 2013, 01:23 PM |#18  
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Re: [ROM][AOSP][LINARO] CarbonRom JB 4.2.1 [toro] Feb 6
So Is this picking up where liquid beta 3.2 left off? Or is this a "start from scratch" build?

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7th February 2013, 01:28 PM |#19  
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So Is this picking up where liquid beta 3.2 left off? Or is this a "start from scratch" build?

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I just installed, looks like liquid to me. don't see anything different. I could be wrong though Will wait for Dev to comment.
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it's a bit of both. it's a fork, but there's been a lot going on under the hood.

long term, we're probably going to abandon the code entirely. it's a bit of a mess.
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