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Possible New Kit Kat Rom?

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1st April 2014, 11:04 PM   |  #1  
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So, who's down for a TW based Kit Kat Rom? Trying to motivate one of my team members to actually try this. Who knows, if he can get it to work, maybe we could get Wifi-Calling, TV-Out and Dock Audio to work again. It will most likely be based off a T-Mobile S4 TW Kit Kat Base since the S4 got updated to Kit Kat last month. So, what do you think?
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So, who's down for a TW based Kit Kat Rom? Trying to motivate one of my team members to actually try this. Who knows, if he can get it to work, maybe we could get Wifi-Calling, TV-Out and Dock Audio to work again. It will most likely be based off a T-Mobile S4 TW Kit Kat Base since the S4 got updated to Kit Kat last month. So, what do you think?

Sure. Give it a try
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Sure. Give it a try

Agreed....since I, for one, plan on keeping this phone, any additional development would be greatly appreciated. I'm currently running Dao's Beanstalk 4.4 and have had very little problems with it.
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Agreed....since I, for one, plan on keeping this phone, any additional development would be greatly appreciated. I'm currently running Dao's Beanstalk 4.4 and have had very little problems with it.

Same thing I'm running. I plan to run this phone till it just wont run anymore
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Try out build 29 or 30. I think all 4 gfx mentioned are possible. Haven't dabbeled too much but I could never get WiFi call app working on aries

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Add me to the interested list ,since this phone will be around till it dies.
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I think im gonna be the last one still using this phone. Just too much bread to buy a new phone. I like the ppl in this forum and i dunno. This phon is like my kid

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i never flash a custom rom before but i will try the FB's kitkat 4.4.4 rom after figure out how this thngs work

now busy with reading the xda pages

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