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Can I take cm10.1's 07/07 kernel and flash it via CWM?

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26th January 2014, 12:08 AM   |  #11  
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Sorry, but you have clearly misunderstood the whole point of XDA. Most of the developers here (including me) do this as a hobby. I make this ROM for myself and then I share with anyone else. I am not going to do something, in this case fix bugs I have never experienced nor can reproduce, just because something is not working on your device. Douches are people who constantly spam and whine about things. Use GB and be happy.

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You know, you should really take a chill pill....TheWisp is trying to do something for free here..i don't think you really understand the "free" part...myself, i couldn't spare the time to learn to develop for Android, much less fix bugs and try to create a stable rom without up-to-date blobs ( which by the way is really harder than simply porting cm to a certain device which already has jb or a variation of it)...if you really want something 100% stable go for stock (tough good luck with random crashes)..if you want something 97% stable go for cm10 or cm10.1 (i find 30/06/2013 cm10.1 to be one of the smoothest and stable of all the cm10.1 builds), and if you want something 95% stable go for cm11(the one i have right now)...you should really stop complaining, and instead of being part of the problem, start learning to develop and be a part of the solution (if developing is for you). Peace!
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