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[ROM][BETA][ICS 4.0.4] Nikez Lente [1.0.1b2][05.07.12]

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Is there any way to make led notification work with go sms?

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It does work. NVM did not read GO before SMS. Sorry
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It does work. NVM did not read GO before SMS. Sorry
I've managed to make it work with Led Me Know. Now I'm taking some time to check if it has any battery drain (with MIUI GB rom I had serious battery issues with this app).
 
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I downloaded the ROM and installed. It is very smooth.
There is one problem. The speed connecting to Internet is very slow. No matter 3G or Wifi. Is there any method to solve it?
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I downloaded the ROM and installed. It is very smooth.
There is one problem. The speed connecting to Internet is very slow. No matter 3G or Wifi. Is there any method to solve it?
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Tested 3G now from within a moving bus with speedtest.net and got 2.5 mbps from the 3.6 mbps in my contract so very good speed. On wifi I get between 15 and 18 mbps. Browsing is fast/normal for me.

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If you feel it is not your install (I bet it is) you could also try a tweak for your build.prop (/system). Try adding these lines in the end of your build.prop, reboot and test.

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net.tcp.buffersize.default=4096,87380,256960,4096,16384,256960
net.tcp.buffersize.wifi=4096,87380,256960,4096,16384,256960
net.tcp.buffersize.umts=4096,87380,256960,4096,16384,256960
net.tcp.buffersize.gprs=4096,87380,256960,4096,16384,256960
net.tcp.buffersize.edge=4096,87380,256960,4096,16384,256960

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http://www.theverge.com/2012/7/3/313...ly-bean-review

Any plans to switch to Jelly Bean once the source is available?
 
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new build is working great so far. new google play version is working aswell.
only problem is that go keyboard gives me reboots while installing/using
In 1.0.1b1 Go Keyboard crashes when I want to use it to modify contacts (or at least I've noticed it there, not in Tweetdeck or Titaniumbackup f.e.).
Update: bit later, also problems in Titaniumbackup. Had to revert back to Android keyboard, restored Go Keyboard 1.6.1 and now it seems to be fine (again).
 
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http://www.theverge.com/2012/7/3/313...ly-bean-review

Any plans to switch to Jelly Bean once the source is available?
Short answer: Probably

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It depends on much how much time and money I have (Can't work and develop at the same time, I've tried. I will try to take a week off from work to work on JB but that means less income) :P Time = money, and I am a student :P
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Well, ICS works fine enough for me. It's the most stable ROM I found sofar.
A decent income is more important, so for me you don't have to put too much effort in JB. ;)
 
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Short answer: Probably

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It depends on much how much time and money I have (Can't work and develop at the same time, I've tried. I will try to take a week off from work to work on JB but that means less income) :P Time = money, and I am a student :P
Nikez, i'm just a noob, but i'm going to learn. If you need, step by step of course, i can give you an help.
Just to keep ours beloved devices until the next nexus smartphone
And, if ics go very well on Desire i suppose that with the JB's project butter it will only better. What do you think about?
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Nikez, i'm just a noob, but i'm going to learn. If you need, step by step of course, i can give you an help.
Just to keep ours beloved devices until the next nexus smartphone
And, if ics go very well on Desire i suppose that with the JB's project butter it will only better. What do you think about?
Great! But it takes time to learn everything ya'know?
Well hopefully JB will run fine :)
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