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    LG Optimus 2X P990
    LG Nexus 4

    LG Optimus 2X:
    ROM: Tonyp TheROM Build 26 New Bootloader
    Kernel: Kowalski Kernel M1 New Bootloader W/ RAM Hack
    Bootloader:ICS Bootloader
    Recovery: TWRP For New BL
    Baseband: 1035.21

    Nexus 4:
    ROM: Stock 4.4.4 W/ Root (Xposed, GPU Drivers, Dalvik/Bionic Patches)
    Kernel: Matr1x 14.0 W/ GPU OC
    Bootloader: Stock Bootloader (Unlocked)
    Recvoery: PhilZ Touch CWM-Based Recovery
    Radio:Radio (1.03)
  • Devices
    LG Optimus 2x
    Google Nexus 4


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  • Join Date: 20th January 2013
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2 Little mistake :) There you go. Sent from my Nexus 4 using XDA Free mobile app
2 Thank you guys! I changed the dpi to 200, and everything works great. Also nice to know about sliding your finger at the bottom of the shade to change between notifications and quick tiles! Thank you so much for the excellent ROM, Tonyp!
1 Use the super quality, Nexus 4 SoC is capable of running NEON instructions. Sent from my Nexus 4 using XDA Free mobile app
1 I always fully clear data of any kernel manager and then freeze it before flashing the kernel, then unfreeze and set up. A good routine to use when constantly changing kernels :) Sent from my Nexus 4 using XDA Free mobile app
1 I think your best option at this point is to just flash the stock 4.4.3 system image to your device. You won't lose any data and at the same time the ota will install flawlessly on an untouched /system partition. Sent from my Nexus 4 using XDA F...