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Would stay away from the Cm 11 roms personally, haven't seen anything too good about them and seen alot of bad compatibility issues. Purity is the best for stock + some nice features and optimizations, its rock solid. If you want to go Cm 11 I would go carbon or beanstalk. If someone can give me some good reasons to use cm 11 that would be useful as is I don't see a reason.
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If someone can give me some good reasons to use cm 11 that would be useful as is I don't see a reason.
You'd have to take a look at their code. It speaks for itself.
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You'd have to take a look at their code. It speaks for itself.
I know it is well written, but I so is Google's code. . For example why use CAF audio drivers when the current one are perfectly fine, doesn't that just create more incompatibility? I'm not a dev, just a flasher so I don't see any benefits of CM just negatives. I'm not saying there is not though but personally I don't see any as a user. I'm not trying to come of as mean I just do not know
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