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    Google Nexus 7 (2012): CM11 Nightly
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9 *EDIT* - BUGS: Mounting the system r/w with a root explorer, makes the phone reboot. run in superuser: /system/bin/stop ric in a terminal app, this stops the reboots when messing around the system folder. you need to run it at every boot though...
5 LOL @ the whining about my post that correctly states that Sony are consistently supporting this device. If you want fast updates, don't go with an OEM phone. Go Nexus. You would think people would know that by now. Also, please stop with the ...
4 I'm glad I didn't read the whole thing before installing. I didn't read the AOSP part and my Sense rom wouldn't boot. Conclusion? I'm an idiot and this doesn't work on Sense:silly: Thank you for posting this! I'll give this a try when ...
2 download the kernel here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1121937 and flash it with CMR. next, download OC/UV Beater here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1207546 and install the normal way. :)...
1 I don't mind waiting for the 4.4 update, in my opinion, Sony does great work supporting the Z. I just hope that the 4.4 update will speed up the camera startup, It's been made faster since the 4.1 firmware, but it still takes 4-5 seconds to startu...