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25th December 2012, 11:40 PM |#21  
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Hello from egypt .I would like to thank the op for starting this thread and I wish this thread continues for long to share our problems n opinions
I m using miui rom dual boot with jellybam rom but I want to dual boot any room based on the jb leak.is there any kernel that support that?

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25th December 2012, 11:48 PM |#22  
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Hello from egypt .I would like to thank the op for starting this thread and I wish this thread continues for long to share our problems n opinions
I m using miui rom dual boot with jellybam rom but I want to dual boot any room based on the jb leak.is there any kernel that support that?

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Welcome to the thread
Currently the dual boot supporting kernels don't support jb leak
But the good news is that gokhan is planning to add jb leak support to the dual boot enabled ROMs in siyah v6 so stay tuned for updates

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29th December 2012, 06:51 PM |#23  
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great job ;)
وعليكم السلام ورحمه الله وبركاته

seriously this is very nice idea to make special thread for arabs in the most known thread.

thnxxxx man for the great job








10th January 2013, 06:30 PM |#24  
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Well I expected much more activity from the Arab members,let's all make this page our home page when visiting the site and support each other

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23rd February 2013, 09:39 PM |#25  
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Re: SII Arab Users // discussion thread
A new update from gokhanmoral for those of you eagerly waiting siyah release
V6.0beta5
http://www.gokhanmoral.com/?p=1796

*warning: this is a beta read the change log carefully before doing anything
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23rd February 2013, 10:25 PM |#26  
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Allahu akbat

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24th February 2013, 11:23 AM |#27  
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modems
have you modems to use for this region
25th May 2013, 10:02 AM |#28  
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Thanks for the support

The LPS modem has been the most stable for me so far
But I heard a lot of people recommending the LPQ modem
After all it's a case of trial and error

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Well Said....

I already collected LPS, LP1, LS6 (aggressive as I heard with batt drain) on their goodwill ya ani...Now wanna try LPQ since you said it. Thanks
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Well Said....

I already collected LPS, LP1, LS6 (aggressive as I heard with batt drain) on their goodwill ya ani...Now wanna try LPQ since you said it. Thanks

sorry for the much delayed reply, been very busy lately (college and all). back on subject, i tried LPQ for quite some time but eventually returned to LPS, not being very scientific here but it gave me stabler network operation, having said that every network op has their set of standards and technologies so it leads to different experience even when on the same carrier but in a different region, so i encourage you to try different modems out and maybe document your experience and share it with us as a reference for the newcomers.
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