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Well I was going to create a ROM for the Nitro HD but my phone decided it wanted to hardware brick when I battery pulled, so that plans out the window for a while. While my ROM did work for half of the beta testers without issue, I can't say its safe enough for everyone to flash.

Anyways, this is NOT for flashing. This is for devs to create ROMs from. Its the /system of the Nitro HD on AT&T fully de-odexed. All I ask for anyone using this to please credit me.

This includes all stock applications and bloat, except Google Maps, and Polaris Office. You can pull Maps from Market or another ROM, its universal. I didn't try too hard to de-odex Polaris, theres better office apps anyways.

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http://d-h.st/Zu0

AGAIN, DO NOT FLASH ON YOUR PHONE. ITS ONLY FOR DEVS TO CREATE ROMS
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Well I was going to create a ROM for the Nitro HD but my phone decided it wanted to hardware brick when I battery pulled, so that plans out the window for a while. While my ROM did work for half of the beta testers without issue, I can't say its safe enough for everyone to flash.

Anyways, this is NOT for flashing. This is for devs to create ROMs from. Its the /system of the Nitro HD on AT&T fully de-odexed. All I ask for anyone using this to please credit me.

This includes all stock applications and bloat, except Google Maps, and Polaris Office. You can pull Maps from Market or another ROM, its universal. I didn't try too hard to de-odex Polaris, theres better office apps anyways.

Download:
http://69.197.181.66/kernelpan1c-nit...m-deodexed.zip

AGAIN, DO NOT FLASH ON YOUR PHONE. ITS ONLY FOR DEVS TO CREATE ROMS
Also want to thank you for the effort... You should see about getting one of those donate buttons put up - I am sure there are some of us who would be happy to help defray any repair costs that you may incur as you forge ahead.
 
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Thank you for this i'll be working with this base.

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Also want to thank you for the effort... You should see about getting one of those donate buttons put up - I am sure there are some of us who would be happy to help defray any repair costs that you may incur as you forge ahead.
Done. Thanks for the thought
 
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Anyways, this is NOT for flashing. This is for devs to create ROMs from. Its the /system of the Nitro HD on AT&T fully de-odexed. All I ask for anyone using this to please credit me.
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Thank you for this i'll be working with this base.

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He made a ROM, its here:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1464921
 
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Hi man, i'm triying to compile the framework but apktool give me so me errors, can help me telling me how you compile this system files?

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Hi man, i'm triying to compile the framework but apktool give me so me errors, can help me telling me how you compile this system files?
I don't have have a straightforward (simple) answer to that. Some of the frameworks have dependencies, you just need to make sure they are included. I spent time figuring out what dependencies were needed.

If your building a ROM for the LG Nitro HD on AT&T, your welcome to use the files from the first post. All I ask for is a one line credit.
 
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How one deoxed a rom?
I've tried xUltimate, but it chokes on qcnvitems.jar and qcrilhook.jar

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