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[ICS AOSP ROM] "AOKP" (Android Open KANG Project) for Droid 4 [BETA 3/16/2012]

26th April 2012, 11:01 PM |#51  
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Anyone could try and list the differences, but the best way is if you just try both out (or three if you include gummy) and see which one you like best.

They all have their ups and downs, but besides system/UI customization, none of them are more functional than another. Some might say that Gummy and AOKP are closer to vanilla ICS, and CM9 is more streamlined, but tis a matter of opinion. I honestly like all 3.
 
 
27th April 2012, 04:28 PM |#52  
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I feel safe to say data issues are now tolerable! Been running 4-25 since 4-25

I've rebooted once cause data stopped coming from wifi.
And when I reboot I have to switch once. Other than that its perfect.

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28th April 2012, 09:45 AM |#53  
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Anyone could try and list the differences, but the best way is if you just try both out (or three if you include gummy) and see which one you like best.

They all have their ups and downs, but besides system/UI customization, none of them are more functional than another. Some might say that Gummy and AOKP are closer to vanilla ICS, and CM9 is more streamlined, but tis a matter of opinion. I honestly like all 3.

I definitely agree with you. I have all 3 ROMS on my SD but I prefer AOKP with the Nova Launcher. I bought the Nova Launcher Prime which gives me access to more of the features that are become avaikable with purchase. I also enjoy how cutomizable it is vs the other two.
28th April 2012, 04:04 PM |#54  
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I definitely agree with you. I have all 3 ROMS on my SD but I prefer AOKP with the Nova Launcher. I bought the Nova Launcher Prime which gives me access to more of the features that are become avaikable with purchase. I also enjoy how cutomizable it is vs the other two.

I agree
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28th April 2012, 08:56 PM |#55  
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I can confirm that data appears stable now. I switched camera.apk with a working one from Gummy, and so far so good!

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29th April 2012, 02:33 PM |#56  
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I can confirm that data appears stable now. I switched camera.apk with a working one from Gummy, and so far so good!

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If by stable you mean having to wipe dalvik cache everytime you want to reboot, then sure.

Data is still horrible on 4/29. It's obviously something in the dalvik cache causing these issues... Surprised it hasn't been worked out yet. Or atleast a dalvik wipe + reboot option already built into the ROM.
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I am on 4-25 and I have not had any data problem so far. I have had a constant 4G connection since noon yesterday.

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30th April 2012, 01:12 AM |#58  
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Just noticed the nightly section for droid 4 was wiped out on rombot. I'll see if I can get that fixed tonight.

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30th April 2012, 02:38 AM |#59  
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Data is going strong since 4-28. Occasionally it will give out but a reboot always brings it back.

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Just noticed the nightly section for droid 4 was wiped out on rombot. I'll see if I can get that fixed tonight.

Ouch. Good luck!

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