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    Current:

    LG/Google Nexus 5
    Stock ROM
    Bootloader Unlock, Root

    Asus/Google Nexus 7
    Stock ROM
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    Previous Phones:
    s720 "Libra"
    A6262 "Hero"
    Vision "Desire Z"
    Evita "One X"
    M7 "One"

    Previous Tablets:
    Acer Iconia
    Galaxy Tab 2 10.1

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10 Hello fellow users, this will be a step-by-step guide on how to modify the Telus version of the HOX on 1.91 firmware. This procedure is similar to that of the Rogers variant I believe, but there is currently no "one-click" method for the Telus fir...
6 My take is to stfu if you're not a dev or on a dev team. It's actually a good thing that there are no 'regular' updates. Take that as a sign of complete stability in a ROM. If you want bleeding edge and nightly updates, go to CM or MIUI. Scott is ...
5 I wonder if all those smart a*** complaining about dublicated threads are smart enough to notice that search in XDA was down for few days now. Well gess not Still doesn't stop you, or anyone else, from looking at the current threads. Search ...
4 Short of sounding like a D-bag, what you're asking for is a little ridiculous. You sound like you're new to developing, new to the boards (Welcome btw) and don't have the device yourself. Its like asking a random person to test drive a car you jus...
4 I completely forgot about this thread. Telus users, I've found that you need two APN's set up to get LTE speeds. I have confirmed this with my own testing and regularly get 20mbps+ when I am in downtown Toronto. The average i've gotten is 15 wh...