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  • About EwanG
    Service provider
    U.S.A. - Verizon
    City
    San Antonio, TX
    Home country
    United States
    Interests
    Android, Linux, Photography, Writing, Hiking
    Occupation
    Project Manager by day, Independent Developer by Night, everything else while I sleepwalk
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    Currently on a Moto X that I bought from Republic Wireless, but currently using pure WiFi and Hangouts and Viber

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16 Obviously this guide owes a huge bunch of thanks to "TheManii", "Giveen" and other folks who can't be named on this forum. I have tested this on both a Streak 7 WiFi and a Streak 7 4G. In both cases they had the Stock Honeycomb already on them. So...
3 Please note that this is a guide to how to setup an environment to create your own ROM, and to build a test AOSP ICS Rom that will work on an emulator. While it is possible to do all this in 32-bit Win 7, you will find it much (!) easier in 64-bit...
2 I also have trouble with groove IP and Google voice. Delay in speech mostly. I'm not sure you can blame that on the ROM. I was getting by with GrooveIP, but always had voice quality issues and it seemed that best settings changed with each up...
1 You might want to check this out...I don't have the Moto X until Wednesday, so clearly I haven't tested this yet. However, I do believe that the bootloader can be unlocked fairly easily and plan on doing so as soon as my new phone arrives in the ...
1 After a couple hours of Google Fu, I discovered the issue was with the latest version of the Maps application. When Google removed Latitude it also messes with the setting for whether to report location or not, and gets confused. To fix this yo...