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[ROM][AOSP JDQ39E][cfX 4.8.1-toolchain][SR20] OFFICIAL codefireX Nightlies!

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27th November 2012, 05:17 AM |#21  
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I know the fix for BT, and once I fix it will be uploaded as BR1 with configurable quick settings. Also will be building with faux123's non-OC kernel by default (no reason not to, and he's a great dev).

Edit: and THANK YOU to all testers. You have been a great community.

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27th November 2012, 06:16 AM |#22  
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Sorry guys, BR1 won't have configurable quick settings just yet since they still are quite buggy and BR1 should be bug free IMO.

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27th November 2012, 06:36 AM |#23  
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Sorry guys, BR1 won't have configurable quick settings just yet since they still are quite buggy and BR1 should be bug free IMO.

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Just wondering if Any navbar modifications are coming?

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27th November 2012, 07:03 AM |#24  
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I've just added this ROM to the Nexus 4 Complete Index

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27th November 2012, 04:17 PM |#25  
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Hey Synergy, running your AR7 Test 4, very fast and smooth, great job ! Haven't test Blluetooth though, i don't use it.

Do you think you'll merge 4.2.1 for BR1 ?

P.S : Sorry for this stupid logcat last night ...:/ ....couldn't make it work
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Synergye, your bt issue could be Googles fault. 4.2.1 addresses a few things including Bluetooth and December.
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27th November 2012, 09:35 PM |#27  
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Synergye, your bt issue could be Googles fault. 4.2.1 addresses a few things including Bluetooth and December.
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About to merge. I track 54 local branches because of all the optimizations, so merging is extra fun compared to a CM build ;P. In the mean time, could someone test the new test build in the testbuilds folder for bluetooth? If that doesn't work, then I"m just going for 4.2.1. Thank you all!

Edit: BR1 (Beta Release 1) uploaded! Please check the changelog and report any issues you may have. Per the requests of a few users, I have left the kernel as the stock mako kernel, but highly recommend faux123's kernels. Thank you!
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Can Nexus 4 run any better than it is now? What are main things that can be fixed/upgraded except battery life in your opinion mate? Thx for your work
28th November 2012, 09:39 AM |#29  
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Hmmm I might finally root my Nexus 4 and this shall be the first thing I flash
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Hmmm I might finally root my Nexus 4 and this shall be the first thing I flash

samthe2can from gnex forums. nice to see you here
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Wow, really slick rom... Pleasantly surprised by this, really well supported, stable as far as I can tell. and some really cool tweaks/settings for me to play with.

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