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Will the 4G get any support?

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By slugger09, Senior Member on 25th August 2014, 09:28 AM
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OK there are a few "unoffical ROMS" with bugs, I then find out there are 2 versions of the 4G, I have the XT1039 for Europe which has even less support.
 
 
25th August 2014, 11:07 PM |#2  
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Don't know for official support, i'd like to know that too, an official cyanogenmod would be awesome.

Am currently using the last nightly of carbon and i am not facing any bug. GPS, WiFi, lte, WiFi hotspot, everything is working fine now

Before carbon i had stock with xposed framework and it was great but i was not able to use CM apps which i really like

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http://review.cyanogenmod.org/#/c/71176/

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26th August 2014, 10:57 PM |#4  
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The unofficial build of CM is a unified build por XT0139, 1040 and 1045. Mine is a XT1040 (Brazil) and it's pretty much stable for me, everything is work pretty good so far. I believe the others roms, such as Carbon is unified for these models too.

There's threads talking about it:

Cyanogenmod 11 (Unofficial)

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Has anyone tried non-4G ROMs on a 4G device?
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Has anyone tried non-4G ROMs on a 4G device?

There's some difference between 3G and 4G devices. If you try, you will soft brick you device, so don't even try. But there's some roms available on the 4G development thread.
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