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[ROM][12-04-12][AOSP][4.0.4]Codename Android 2.0.0RC|Fully Open Source+Nightly Builds

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31st January 2012, 05:42 AM   |  #251  
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Lmao thanks. I was saying, the camera shutter, keyboard typing, selecting things, choosing apps.. those things. Its the same sounds as GB. Aokp 20+ has them
...On second thought, I'm going to stick with aokp until I see the mods I want on this one.

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And you know for sure the sounds on AOKP are stock ICS sounds and not just added by that particular rom?

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31st January 2012, 06:23 AM   |  #252  
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And you know for sure the sounds on AOKP are stock ICS sounds and not just added by that particular rom?

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better than not having them.
31st January 2012, 07:00 AM   |  #253  
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better than not having them.

I have the stock Galaxy Nexus /system/media/audio/ files. Kgill sent them to me today. I made a flashable out of it... Some of the ui sounds have low volume and I have doubles of some ring tones but if you want it I can post my link when I get home. I don't understand why I have doubles tho because I have my updater-script delete /system/media/audio before extracting

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31st January 2012, 07:11 AM   |  #254  
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Lmao thanks. I was saying, the camera shutter, keyboard typing, selecting things, choosing apps.. those things. Its the same sounds as GB. Aokp 20+ has them
...On second thought, I'm going to stick with aokp until I see the mods I want on this one.

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You can download the source from out github and build in what features you want. We also provide a full set of instructions to get you going.
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31st January 2012, 07:25 AM   |  #255  
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You can download the source from out github and build in what features you want. We also provide a full set of instructions to get you going.

Hey, new kernel is still running strong no complaints. I had one full reboot a few hours ago but I'm 90% sure that's because I was multi tasking a lot.







Not the most statistically impressive in those screen shots but I had my phone in my locker for 2 hours when I was @ lax practice. Then when I got out I've been using it like crazy. All in all very stable and responsive. Would love to this integrated into future builds.


I'm gunna wipe battery stats tomorrow so hopefully I'll have some more accurate stats for you


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31st January 2012, 07:29 AM   |  #256  
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Hey, new kernel is still running strong no complaints. I had one full reboot a few hours ago but I'm 90% sure that's because I was multi tasking a lot.


Not the most statistically impressive in those screen shots but I had my phone in my locker for 2 hours when I was @ lax practice. Then when I got out I've been using it like crazy. All in all very stable and responsive. Would love to this integrated into future builds.


I'm gunna wipe battery stats tomorrow so hopefully I'll have some more accurate stats for you


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Thanks for the feedback and testing. It is almost 100% sure that the kernel will be in the next update for the Nexus S and Nexus S 4G.
31st January 2012, 07:33 AM   |  #257  
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Thanks for the feedback and testing. It is almost 100% sure that the kernel will be in the next update for the Nexus S and Nexus S 4G.

Awesomeness man. Yea for anyone wondering this ROM, in my opinion, really has it all in terms of customization and stability.

And from my experience I don't really care for the galaxy Nexus ui sounds. The volume is extremely low. Either that or I got knocked around too much at practice tonight

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31st January 2012, 07:59 AM   |  #258  
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Will the new kernel be Cfs or bfs

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Here are my stats at the end of the day. I talked on the phone for like 30 minutes and was on my Bluetooth for 40 with my wifi on pretty much the whole day. I only used the phone to text.

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