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Why we should use custom ROM for Moto G ?

27th January 2014, 03:33 AM |#11  
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interesting..no i was curious i dont think i will use multi wndow on such small screen of moto g as i already own note 2 but never used multiwindow or spen

but i see that these ROMS have plenty of other bugs so you get one thing at the cost of others. I have noticed a strange trend on xda. Those devices who dont need development for example nexus and those who are close to AOSP get more support of developers while those device who need development like lg g2 get hardly any attention

That's because the nexus devices are really open and easy to develop with, this attracts developers. The LG G2 is more locked down and it discourages developers from even trying.

I wouldn't worry though, the moto g is just as open as nexus devices and I predict it will get a lot of development in the near future, as well as official cyanogenmod support.
 
 
27th January 2014, 04:34 AM |#12  
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That's because the nexus devices are really open and easy to develop with, this attracts developers. The LG G2 is more locked down and it discourages developers from even trying.

I wouldn't worry though, the moto g is just as open as nexus devices and I predict it will get a lot of development in the near future, as well as official cyanogenmod support.

I was going to say the same thing, I think for cm 11 we need a retainer and such

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27th January 2014, 05:00 AM |#13  
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I have no desire to modify my G at this time, or in the near future. It runs perfectly and does everything I want. If down the road it becomes "stale" from lack of update support, then I'll consider it.
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27th January 2014, 08:44 AM |#14  
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Only xposed for me. I had always the feeling that odexed is faster than deodexed anyway.
The guys from ex-themer said this device will be supported with the next major release so then you will have your themes

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