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Project kitchen sink (cm9,miui,cna,aokp,gummy, plus tons of options) v2.0 5/3/12

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By jokersax11, Recognized Developer on 17th April 2012, 08:54 AM
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26th April 2012, 07:56 PM |#431  
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We are working on making non-compatible options not show up as choices.

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Just a thought... Maybe keep apps like Reloaded ICS as options and offer to push zips to /sdcard/Download. Or something of that nature...
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26th April 2012, 09:32 PM |#432  
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Just a thought... Maybe keep apps like Reloaded ICS as options and offer to push zips to /sdcard/Download. Or something of that nature...

Reloaded ICS IS an option now... I dont have it on my CM9 ROM
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Reloaded ICS IS an option now... I dont have it on my CM9 ROM

Actually it's a longer story.
26th April 2012, 10:47 PM |#434  
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Question: what is CMA? I can't find any info on that project?

What it is and how does it differ from CM9 other than the names of developers working on it ? Is there a page or thread comparing features and shortcomings of all CM9 derived ROMs somewhere on XDA or on the general Net? I use my phone for work and unfortunately can't spend hours playing with different builds not to mention risking problems with the phone itself... Any help?
26th April 2012, 11:20 PM |#435  
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Question: what is CMA? I can't find any info on that project?

What it is and how does it differ from CM9 other than the names of developers working on it ? Is there a page or thread comparing features and shortcomings of all CM9 derived ROMs somewhere on XDA or on the general Net? I use my phone for work and unfortunately can't spend hours playing with different builds not to mention risking problems with the phone itself... Any help?

yes.... don't get into rooting if you need ALL the functions of your phone working ALL of the time....

.....and its CNA(codenameandroid), not CMA......lol

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27th April 2012, 02:43 AM |#436  
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yes.... don't get into rooting if you need ALL the functions of your phone working ALL of the time....

.....and its CNA(codenameandroid), not CMA......lol

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rooting? My phone was rooted few hours after purchase

Any help pointing to a CM9 ROMs comparison?
27th April 2012, 02:50 AM |#437  
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rooting? My phone was rooted few hours after purchase

Any help pointing to a CM9 ROMs comparison?

I've used all of em...CNA is VERY close to AOSP ICS....until you start modifying it within the HUGE amounts of settings. It's pretty cool. Myself, I build and prefer MIUI, but I did spend 2 days on CNA to test it for Kitchen sink while Joker and I were putting this together so that I could work the bugs out. One thing I will say...ALL of the roms in this build are VERY good. I'm not ust saying that because I am one of the devs on this project. Many of the "issues" are due to us not having had the chance to test every possible configuration of the options the "Sink" has to offer. My advice before you jump into this one is to pick a single rom setup....see how it fits you. Or, you could just jump in here and see how it goes, ya know?
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Anyone interested in helping with translations so more than just the disclaimer is translated

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I can help with PT_BR.
27th April 2012, 03:46 AM |#439  
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rooting? My phone was rooted few hours after purchase

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I know right...I had the software to root mine before I bought it and it was rooted as soon as i got home right after the initial boot...lol
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Hey Bill, do you know of any conflicts using alt libs, tweaked build.prop, or bravia mod with MIUI?
27th April 2012, 05:08 AM |#441  
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I've used all of em...CNA is VERY close to AOSP ICS....until you start modifying it within the HUGE amounts of settings. It's pretty cool. Myself, I build and prefer MIUI, but I did spend 2 days on CNA to test it for Kitchen sink while Joker and I were putting this together so that I could work the bugs out. One thing I will say...ALL of the roms in this build are VERY good. I'm not ust saying that because I am one of the devs on this project. Many of the "issues" are due to us not having had the chance to test every possible configuration of the options the "Sink" has to offer. My advice before you jump into this one is to pick a single rom setup....see how it fits you. Or, you could just jump in here and see how it goes, ya know?

Thanks for the info. That's what I did.
I loaded CM9 with stock option: I prefer stability over fancy features. Just wonder if I chose right. Btw. Do you know if any ROms in the kitchen will have Tablet UI anytime soon?
I need it for my lap dock...

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