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2nd May 2014, 05:56 AM   |  #1  
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Any body here,
Does we have motor x kitkat port on nexus 5.amaZing software........
On nexus 5 it would be amazing.
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2nd May 2014, 06:00 AM   |  #2  
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Any body here,
Does we have motor x kitkat port on nexus 5.amaZing software........
On nexus 5 it would be amazing.
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No, we do not have the Moto X ROM for the Nexus 5.

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2nd May 2014, 06:09 AM   |  #3  
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No, we do not have the Moto X ROM for the Nexus 5.

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Do u think we have chance..........
Anyway pro devs are working on Pac,cm,pa...
Y not moto x Rom.better than that.
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2nd May 2014, 06:27 AM   |  #4  
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Lol. What do you expect to get out of the moto x software?

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2nd May 2014, 07:49 AM   |  #5  
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Lol. What do you expect to get out of the moto x software?

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Do u think we have chance..........
Anyway pro devs are working on Pac,cm,pa...
Y not moto x Rom.better than that.
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No, the reason might mainly be because the Moto X is a dual core phone and the Nexus 5 is a quad core. It will be a tough task to get it to work plus the ROM is so much similar to ours.

I'd like to get the OnePlus One ROM on our phone though. It has the "always listening" feature like the Moto X & the "knock on" feature like the G2.

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No, the reason might mainly be because the Moto X is a dual core phone and the Nexus 5 is a quad core. It will be a tough task to get it to work plus the ROM is so much similar to ours.

I'd like to get the OnePlus One ROM on our phone though. It has the "always listening" feature like the Moto X & the "knock on" feature like the G2.

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Onepluse one has cm11.we have the same......already

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Onepluse one has cm11.we have the same......already

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No. The OnePlus One has a custom version of CM11 with special features like already mentioned that has not been released as open source yet. I believe it's CM11S.

Some of the features of the Moto X require hardware we don't have/can't access. For instance the active notifications take advantage of Amoled capabilities our screens don't have. And, though our hardware supposedly has "always listening" capability, even the dev that figured out how to turn it on won't release his method for fear of legal action.

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That's right .. Oneplus cm is diff from ours

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2nd May 2014, 02:57 PM   |  #10  
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What is so complicated about my question?

Moto X software is aosp with a few additions like always listening and active notifications. Both of those can be replicated but with poorer battery life. The software running the moto x will not benefit this device because those functions are boosted by the hardware backing them.

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