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Anyone else flashed a custom rom for 4.2.2?

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23rd February 2013, 05:30 AM   |  #11  
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Have you had any problem with the navigation bars disappearing in portrait mode?

I tried AOKP a month ago and ran into an issue where the navigation bar buttons disappeared whenever I turned my device into a portrait orientation. Since then, I have been running Cyanogenmod nightlies and have been pleasantly surprised how reliable they are despite the moniker "nightly."

I believe latest build fixed it. Never encounter such issue.
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I believe latest build fixed it. Never encounter such issue.

I was just playing around with AOKP. It's improved leaps and bounds since I last tried it. I really like the Tablet UI feature. I might switch ROMs when I have more time to play around/migrate settings.

(And no, I didn't run into the buttons disappearing in portrait mode.)

It's back to CM 10.1 for the time being...
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