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Where the hell are those AOSP ROMs?!

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The dev community seems to be struggling at the moment (at least with this and the Motorola moto g).

It's a sad time when you have to buy a phone with the possibility of never being able to leave stock firmware (luckily moto g is almost vanilla)

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Where did you download the pacman rom form i can find it for the s3, but not the Note3?
Pacman is not for the Note 3 yet. I wrote that it took a while until it came to my Motorola Razr HD.
 
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I would absolutely LOVE an AOSP stock rom for my Note 3. Something like the google play edition of the S4 would be perfect... really surprised this has not been done yet, especially with the hardcore specs of the Note 3, hopefully OmniROM will provide our needs!
 
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Pacman is not for the Note 3 yet. I wrote that it took a while until it came to my Motorola Razr HD.
Thanks, this is the only thing holding me back from getting the note 3
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