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[ROM][WIMAX][4G][ICS][ALPHA][23 DEC] oICSv43 | AOSP 4.0.3

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I'm sure it's been mentioned already, but I'm getting some amazing battery life with this rom + eugene's kernel. This is with moderate usage (texting, browsing the web, using and downloading apps)

Thanks for all your hard work on this rom, it's my favourite so far!
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it's the speedy-3 kernel that can be found in the NS4G android development thread

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Hey,

So I've been running this ROM for a while and its been great.

oICS v43
Matr1x v14 1.2ghz Max 200 min lulzactive

I did change some settings using propmodder

No problem at all.
 
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love that Nova launcher let's me use ADW icons....
anyone know if their are ICS themes out? this ice blue boring lol and I need it to match up

adw has an ics theme, I was using this on Gingerbread, nice, bright colors. Search market for dl
 
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I've been using oICS v43 and Steve's Awesome Sauce kernel (aosp linked it from here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...64221&page=503). I was able to get 17hrs of battery with medium-heavy use (Netflix, Droid TV Prime Time, Browsing, File Downloading, Texting, and a Couple Calls). If I let it run without using it, I'm looking at 40+ hrs of battery life.

As for the launchers, I haved used stock, Trebuchet from CM9, and Nova. Nova is the best by far.
 
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I've been using oICS v43 and Steve's Awesome Sauce kernel (aosp linked it from here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...64221&page=503). I was able to get 17hrs of battery with medium-heavy use (Netflix, Droid TV Prime Time, Browsing, File Downloading, Texting, and a Couple Calls). If I let it run without using it, I'm looking at 40+ hrs of battery life.

As for the launchers, I haved used stock, Trebuchet from CM9, and Nova. Nova is the best by far.
I have to agree with you on the nova launcher. I hated stock Android as I absolutely need a scrolling dock. Nova has the stock look and smoothness and adds some ability to customize as well.

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I had the same issue until I installed Swype.

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I'm loving the swype keyboard way more intuitive than stock.
 
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When your ready for a tester, let me know. I'd love to help

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SwiftKey X works great as well

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i want to flash this so bad but im afraid as soon as i do AOSP will release the next version xD
Xperia X10 1.6, 2.1, 2.2 > Samsung Intercept 2.2 > Nexus S 4g 2.3.7 (awaiting ota 4.0.1)

(yes i had an intercept for almost a year.. that was a dark time)

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