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[ROM][ICS 4.0.4][NTFS][3G] Megatron (CM9 based) [v1.1.6] (Cornerstone Available)

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So, I have tried everything I can think of but I am still having issues with gmail and calendar force closing very often. I have reinstalled gapps (different ics versions), tried different kernels, wiped cache and dalvik and nothing seems to fix this. I am not sure what else to do. Is anyone else in this boat?

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Default msticninja kernel v1.0 md5

ive downloaded this from your site several times and the md5 does not match.
Downloading from msticninjas main kernel thread does have a matching md5.

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Is there a way to add an icon (the good one) in the Quick App status bar to launch the Applications window?
What is this app/command that call this Applications window? Because sometimes I need to launch an app that is not in the Quick App status bar (I don't use it often enough to have it in QA status bar)?
So, last question, for The amazing Ricardo, can you please add this option in next release?

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why don't you contribute back to cm9 ?
 
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Can you pull the bootanimation from it ? I read it looks good
 
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Hi there, im new to android, i would like to try a new rom, as my tf101 is getting slower and slower, i have ics installed. Can someone point a good guide how to do that, i know i have to root the device. I used to do all of that with my older devices, so i should have no major problems.

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Hi there, im new to android, i would like to try a new rom, as my tf101 is getting slower and slower, i have ics installed. Can someone point a good guide how to do that, i know i have to root the device. I used to do all of that with my older devices, so i should have no major problems.

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This is not the right place to ask that question.
Go here if you're starting out.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=22465766
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It doesnt apply to me but you should mention that this is WW release and not US nor TW. Just a little advice because people with SBKv2 could F**k up their transformers.
 
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It doesnt apply to me but you should mention that this is WW release and not US nor TW. Just a little advice because people with SBKv2 could F**k up their transformers.
What are you talking about? This is a AOSP ROM, it has nothing to do work ASUS firmware.
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So, I have tried everything I can think of but I am still having issues with gmail and calendar force closing very often. I have reinstalled gapps (different ics versions), tried different kernels, wiped cache and dalvik and nothing seems to fix this. I am not sure what else to do. Is anyone else in this boat?

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Try to wipe data. You will loose your files.
Also, don't restore anything from titanium backup, because it may cause those type of issues.

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ive downloaded this from your site several times and the md5 does not match.
Downloading from msticninjas main kernel thread does have a matching md5.

Just thought you should know.
Should be fixed now.
And it's not my site, it's Korumera site

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Is there a way to add an icon (the good one) in the Quick App status bar to launch the Applications window?
What is this app/command that call this Applications window? Because sometimes I need to launch an app that is not in the Quick App status bar (I don't use it often enough to have it in QA status bar)?
So, last question, for The amazing Ricardo, can you please add this option in next release?

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I think that depends on every launcher, but i'll take a look

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It doesnt apply to me but you should mention that this is WW release and not US nor TW. Just a little advice because people with SBKv2 could F**k up their transformers.
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This is AOSP, not based from asus stock rom. This is universal and works on any transformer. Mine is SBKv2 and i don't have any problem
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