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  • About hedwig34
    Service provider
    U.S.A. - Verizon
    City
    Pittsburgh
    Home country
    United States
    Biography
    Lets go Pens!
    Interests
    Linux, open source software, amateur musician (didn't quit my day job.), Penguins hockey
    Occupation
    HP Non-Stop software specialist for a major Bank
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    javamama38@gmail.com
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    Here's what I got right now:
    Galaxy S3 - Gummy M2.3 KitKat (4.4.4)
    Galaxy Nexus - Gummy M2.3 KitKat (4.4.4)
    Nexus 7 - Gummy M2.3 KitKat (4.4.4)

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  • Join Date: 25th September 2011
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51 GUMMY http://i.imgur.com/IulWCzh.png Gummy ROM is made for speed, stability and to stay as closely in line with AOSP as possible while still supporting a large amount of devices and giving you all of the features you love. It isnít slowed ...
25 GUMMY http://i.imgur.com/IulWCzh.png Gummy ROM is made for speed, stability and to stay as closely in line with AOSP as possible while still supporting a large amount of devices and giving you all of the features you love. It isnít slowed ...
24 GUMMY http://i.imgur.com/IulWCzh.png Gummy ROM is made for speed, stability and to stay as closely in line with AOSP as possible while still supporting a large amount of devices and giving you all of the features you love. It isnít slowed ...
24 GUMMY http://i.imgur.com/IulWCzh.png Gummy ROM is made for speed, stability and to stay as closely in line with AOSP as possible while still supporting a large amount of devices and giving you all of the features you love. It isnít slowed ...
17 GUMMY http://i.imgur.com/IulWCzh.png Gummy ROM is made for speed, stability and to stay as closely in line with AOSP as possible while still supporting a large amount of devices and giving you all of the features you love. It isnít slowed ...