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[KERNEL][TW]NexTkernel: minimalistic kernel v1.0 [LINARO]

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20th August 2014, 04:47 AM |#81  
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Not to mention he is still a kid. Between working on MOAR, keeping up with his threads, school, and possibly working... That is a lot on his plate.

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Agree with these guys. Sometimes "Real Life (TM)" takes priority.

All I said was this kernel was dead...I'm not requesting updates or anything, geeez. I guess between sleeping,school,work,dinner,taking a poop, he doesn't really have much time for any of this. Totally understandable...Let's all relax k?
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All I said was this kernel was dead...I'm not requesting updates or anything, geeez. I guess between sleeping,school,work,dinner,taking a poop, he doesn't really have much time for any of this. Totally understandable...Let's all relax k?

We were just telling you why. Plus I don't think he ever got the whole thing figured out with most people's computers not recognizing the phone... That's why I stopped using it. And sometimes when you have multiple projects you gotta ditch some in favor of something better.

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We were just telling you why. Plus I don't think he ever got the whole thing figured out with most people's computers not recognizing the phone... That's why I stopped using it. And sometimes when you have multiple projects you gotta ditch some in favor of something better.

Don't you mean "something moar"? JK
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26th August 2014, 02:36 PM |#84  
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Hahaha! Funneh!

Anyways. I'm using the Silicon Power X20 32 GB OTG and its working pretty well.
Did some benchies and in TWRP both read and write speeds reaches its max speed ( too bad capped 10-20MB/s ).
And I don't have to worry about connecting it to a PC to transfer files, I can do it from PC to OTG to Device.

Yay!
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