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    Te Awamutu, New Zealand
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    New Zealand
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    Native Aquariums, Hiking, Fishing
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    Alcatel One Touch "easy" -> Nokia 1110i -> Alcatel ame-408 -> Motorola Razr v3 -> Huawei u8100 -> Sony Xperia Z-Ultra

    ROM:- Carbon
    Kernel:- Pimped Kernel

    Thankyou to all those that have donated to me over 2014.
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17 Unofficial build of Carbon Kitkat 4.4.4 for the Togari This ROM is built from source using Carbon's git CM's git My changes to CM's tree etc CM's kernel with changes for ZU Screenshots: https://fbcdn-sphotos-f-a.akamaihd.net/hphoto...
16 This is still a WIP as Devs do their good work :D Although a few people seem to have had issues, I'm removing this big RED warning as these instructions work well where it says tested, but still: Use this guide at your own risk!!! Rooting guide...
14 Ladies and Gentlemen, It gives me great pleasure to introduce to you an unofficial port of the Z1 Pimped Kernel This is a kernel for CM11 based ROMs and uses -caf. If your ROM isn't faily new and doesn't use -caf then don't expect this ...
10 Kernel Bugs: Camera FCs - maybe more of a CM issue than this kernel Tested ROMs: Carbon - (non public test build): Working Carbon - Build 8: Working SlimKat: Working LiquidSmooth: Working FXF CM11: Working CM11: Working AOSP: Not tested yet AOKP...
9 Sorry for the delay in getting the next update out, but as some of you know I have changed from building in a VM to wipeing windows off my new i7 laptop and installing openSUSE. This turned out to be a painful process to back up 1/3 of a TB of...