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  • About sagirfahmid3
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    Girls, Gaming, Linux, Potatoes
    Student, Linux bum/geek
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    Nook Color running CM7 Mirage, no gapps, Nook Tweaks app @ 1.3GHz (+500MHz past stock 0.8GHz)
    Nook Tablet running CM11, no gapps, BexusN kernel @ 1.2GHz (+200MHz x2 past stock 1GHz)
    SGS2 T-Mobile (unlocked) running CarbonROM, WildKernel @ 1.72GHz (+~200MHz x2 past stock 1.51GHz)


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  • Last Activity: 20th December 2014 04:55 PM
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  • Join Date: 21st July 2013
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2 You know what I was using the September 23 build and not the latest one (which I thought I was). I switched to the new October build and everything is working fine. One more thing is their a way to adjust the screen undervolting, and gpu over clo...
2 Read the 1 stop sticky. Stop being lazy before you brick your phone.
2 Excellent exploit! Worked for my network locked Tmo GS2. These are the steps to follow if you're running plain stock Android 2.3.x (remember, you need Android 4.0.3 ICS, not Gingerbread) Do NOT use Samsung Kies. It isn't necessary at ALL: 1...
2 Hi, I just wanted to leave positive feedback for this ROM. Thank you to Mrg and everyone who made this ROM really nice and fast. Anyone thinking about using CM10 on the Nook Color should reconsider using this instead. CM7 > CM10 in performance....
1 I believe you used a low level utility like dd or similar to flash an image onto a partition. You need to run fsck on that partition, then run resize2fs to expand the ext2/3/4 partition. Let's say your partition is /dev/block/mmcblk1p1 You wo...