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[Q] Can anyone clarify what's the diff between the ORIGINAL DEV n the non-original?

9th March 2012, 09:07 PM   |  #1  
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/forumdisplay.php?f=1055

Two options here - one is:
S II Original Android Development
other is:
S II Android Development

I can see the description, but I am not fully getting it

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See here. (Found in the sticky in the I9100 general section)

You've been around for a while, and been quite active. You should know about forum rule #1...
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Originally Posted by benyben123

Hi.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/forumdisplay.php?f=1055

Two options here - one is:
S II Original Android Development
other is:
S II Android Development

I can see the description, but I am not fully getting it

Thanks

Looking and reading tends to help.
9th March 2012, 09:37 PM   |  #4  
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how did u guys find it by using the search??? i didn't
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how did u guys find it by using the search??? i didn't

... because it's in the sticky in the general section?

Or by typing "original vs android development" in the search box?
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What I've noticed is that there's a lot of thread in "original dev"; but not that much "real" developers. A lot of Rom are just stock with little changes. Except some kernel, I've only seen one original ROM: CyanogenMod. I guess there's also MIUI, but all others could go to "not original dev". Recently I've seen a lot of CM9 variants. Difficult to find real developers in this forum, and others who just use patches from others...

Just my opinion...
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What I've noticed is that there's a lot of thread in "original dev"; but not that much "real" developers. A lot of Rom are just stock with little changes. Except some kernel, I've only seen one original ROM: CyanogenMod. I guess there's also MIUI, but all others could go to "not original dev". Recently I've seen a lot of CM9 variants. Difficult to find real developers in this forum, and others who just use patches from others...

Just my opinion...

I agree... but there is kernel development in there too.

Also, MIUI, as far as I know, is derivative from CyanogenMod. So there is some argument about how original it is, really.

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