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[ROM][CM11][17 NOV] Codename Lungo

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Overview
Codename Lungo is a customized, aftermarket firmware distribution for several Android devices. Based on CyanogenMod, Codename Lungo is designed to increase battery life and size over Android-based ROMs released by vendors and carriers.

Features
  • Great Base
  • Lightweight & Fast
  • No Bloatware!
  • Longer Battery Life
  • Custom Launcher
  • Add-ons
  • Community Driven
  • And so much more...

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Changelog

Credits and Acknowledgments
check the Codename Lungo website

Links & Other info
Facebook & Google+!
Codename Lungo is a Community driven ROM! So we now have a Facebook Group and a Google+ Page & Community
Here you can post mods, new ideas or just chat about the ROM!
Enjoy and JOIN! Facebook Page | Google+

Download ROM!
@ Codename Lungo Website

XDA:DevDB Information
Codename Lungo , ROM for the Moto G

Contributors
TimV_
ROM OS Version: 4.4.x KitKat
ROM Kernel: Linux 3.4.x
Based On: CyanogenMod

Version Information
Status: Beta
Current Beta Version: CM11
Beta Release Date: 2014-11-17

Created 2014-09-04
Last Updated 2015-01-15
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4th September 2014, 11:35 AM |#2  
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Codename Nice Work!!! just installed and it works flawlessly haven't found a thing wrong yet. Everything seems to be working. I installed stock pa gapps after the first reboot. That's the big thing to remember. Flash rom, boot up, reboot to recovery flash gapps and voila. Thanks Dev
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Codename Nice Work!!! just installed and it works flawlessly haven't found a thing wrong yet. Everything seems to be working. I installed stock pa gapps after the first reboot. That's the big thing to remember. Flash rom, boot up, reboot to recovery flash gapps and voila. Thanks Dev

So no need to flash kernel or other things, just have to access recovery and flash this one?

My battery seems poor, do not know if depends from firmware or just have to change phone lol.

Any reviews about battery life? Thanks a lot
4th September 2014, 03:04 PM |#4  
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Great job!
Just installed, no problems occurred yet.
What about OTA updates? Or do we have just flash new version of zip over current, if this will be available?

Keep up!
5th September 2014, 04:40 AM |#5  
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Please post any known bugs!

Is there a mem drain like CM11 after a day of more? Thanks
10th September 2014, 08:08 PM |#6  
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So no need to flash kernel or other things, just have to access recovery and flash this one?

My battery seems poor, do not know if depends from firmware or just have to change phone lol.

Any reviews about battery life? Thanks a lot

Battery life is pretty good for me (I will make a screenshot later- loaded it fully few hours ago)
12th September 2014, 06:03 AM |#7  
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Gonna try this out. Wondering how it compares to stock, which is really good.

Edit: performance is great! The only I can't get to work is the camera and gallery displaying pictures taken, even older ones.

I'll report back with idle drain later.

Edit 2: Idle drain so far seems just fine to me, although the camera is still an issue. It will snap a picture, freeze, and not save that picture. I could be wrong, but I think it has to with the fact that its saving them to /sdcard/DCIM instead of /emulated/0/
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Edit 3: Camera fix as a standalone app for those interested: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...pp.sdfix&hl=en
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Gonna try this out. Wondering how it compares to stock, which is really good.

Edit: performance is great! The only I can't get to work is the camera and gallery displaying pictures taken, even older ones.

I'll report back with idle drain later.

Edit 2: Idle drain so far seems just fine to me, although the camera is still an issue. It will snap a picture, freeze, and not save that picture. I could be wrong, but I think it has to with the fact that its saving them to /sdcard/DCIM instead of /emulated/0/

Were your photos stored on the phone or SD card? Also is that the default Motorola Camera app?
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Torch does not seem to be working. Besides that it works great. Hopefully this one doesn't have the RAM bug like the others do.

EDIT: A lot of issues. I can't send messages in any messaging app, I get random slow downs that become beyond usable laggy. I don't even know if I've gotten any phone calls currently as I'm not sure if calling is working either.

Guess its back to stock I go.
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Were your photos stored on the phone or SD card? Also is that the default Motorola Camera app?

With the app fix they're on my external sd card now, and it's the one included with the rom - cm camera. I tried to install the moto camera from my stock rom but it won't accept the install (didn't try any xposed modules to fix that either)
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