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[ROM] *Unofficial* AOKP 4.2.2 Milestone 1 [Apr-18-13]

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Default Re: [ROM] *Unofficial* AOKP 4.2.1 [Jan-27-13]

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can this be run on an att version of the lgog e970?
Flash it and make a backup first

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Don't. It won't work.

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Can you flash this on e970 and then flash the att apns?

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Can you flash this on e970 and then flash the att apns?

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It won't. Kernel is currently incompatible.

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Default Re: [ROM] *Unofficial* AOKP 4.2.1 [Jan-27-13]

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It won't. Kernel is currently incompatible.

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Can't I just flash the att jb kernel via fastboot?

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Can't I just flash the att jb kernel via fastboot?

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Just some feedback. I had been using this for just about a week. Finally drove down to Denver this weekend, where they have LTE. In areas with known LTE, I would have no data connection. It wouldn't roll back to HSPA+ just have no data (sometimes the 4g LTE logo would show, most of the time not). I flashed back over the stock ROM and was able to connect just fine to the LTE networks in the area.
 
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Default Re: [ROM] *Unofficial* AOKP 4.2.1 [Jan-27-13]

Note: houstonn's .zip from the AOSP 4.2.1 thread for fixing the capacitive keys works on this ROM. There's also a build.prop tweak in that thread to remove the onscreen buttons.

Here's the thread:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...57&postcount=1

And here's the info on build.prop:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...1&postcount=81

EDIT 1: Hrm, it seems the build.prop tweak doesn't remove the nav bar. And there's nothing that I can see in the Settings --> ROM Control --> Navigation Bar to remove it either.

EDIT 2: Nevermind, it seems if you set the Height to 0, it turns off the nav bar. Hurrah, I now have working capacitive keys and no onscreen nav bar, running AOKP 4.2.1.

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Wow! I don't know what the AOKP devs, OP, or houstonn (or anyone else who worked on this ROM) did, but battery life is amazing!

100% charge at 6:30a when I took it off the charger. It's at 84% now, so ~2%/hour. Normal usage (gmail, greader, tapatalk, facebook, opera mobile, sms, a couple phone calls, various calendar alerts). Wifi and data radios managed by JuiceDefender.

Previous ROMs, including stock, would have the battery down around 50-60% by now.

So, whatever you folks are doing, keep it up! And share it with the other ROM devs.

Edit: here we are, 31 hours later, with 16% battery left.

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