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Default [ROM] Team SyEnce AOSP 4.2 Jelly Bean MR1

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the Android Open Source Project for toro!

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Link to ROM: http://d-h.st/SiN

Flash these gapps provided by craigacgomez: http://d-h.st/SrU
And these Proprietary files also provided by craigacgomez: http://d-h.st/cgA

This ROM is 100% stable through my testing. Please notify me of any bugs.
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Thanks for a new 4.2 release. Will this install move all SD card content into a folder named "0" like Groupers's rom?
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Thanks for a new 4.2 release. Will this install move all SD card content into a folder named "0" like Groupers's rom?
Yes. That is a part of all 4.2 ROMS as of now.
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Yes. That is a part of all 4.2 ROMS as of now.
Okay, thanks. If I decide to go back to a 4.1.2 rom, will it reverse this, or will the files need to be moved from the 0 folder back to the sdcard folder?
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Yes. That is a part of all 4.2 ROMS as of now.
wait what? Do I need to do something so that I dont lose my sdcard?
 
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wait what? Do I need to do something so that I dont lose my sdcard?
Nothing will be lost, it will just be moved to a folder called 0, which you can safely move back after flashing.
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wait what? Do I need to do something so that I dont lose my sdcard?
From what I understand you will not "lose" your files, it just moves them from /sdcard to /sdcard/0

Hypothetically moving your CWM/TWRP backup files back to /sdcard from /sdcard/0 should get them to restore properly. Again this is only in theory, I haven't tested that. You could also just wait for an update to CWM or TWRP.

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From what I understand you will not "lose" your files, it just moves them from /sdcard to /sdcard0

Hypothetically moving your CWM/TWRP backup files back to /sdcard from /sdcard0 should get them to restore properly. Again this is only in theory, I haven't tested that. You could also just wait for an update to CWM or TWRP.

Whew..ok thanks guys. Going to flash this now..
 
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From what I understand you will not "lose" your files, it just moves them from /sdcard to /sdcard0

Hypothetically moving your CWM/TWRP backup files back to /sdcard from /sdcard0 should get them to restore properly. Again this is only in theory, I haven't tested that. You could also just wait for an update to CWM or TWRP.
Wrong. It moves them to /sdcard/0.
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Fascinate (exchanged for a Droid Charge after I have had to replace it 10 times)
Droid Charge - TweakStock with EXT4, LoopySmoothness, 3G TurboCharger, KickAssKernel, and SuperCharger.
Galaxy Nexus - Whatever I feel like (I have Boot Manager Pro)

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