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3rd February 2014, 10:53 PM |#11  
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Originally Posted by leapinlar

Just a point of clarification, CM10.1 and CM10.2 are both Jelly Bean, just different versions. Stock is ICS.

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Hey thanks. I'm still a nube with all the version of CM and Cyanogen.
I've done some Java programming using the SDK on my Android phone
but never spent enough time learning all the intricacies - too many other distractions.

Thanks for your help and clarifying things for me.

BTW, what is "emmc"? I see it in ZIP filenames.\

4th February 2014, 01:37 AM |#12  
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Originally Posted by cwmoser

BTW, what is "emmc"? I see it in ZIP filenames.\


EMMC means Embedded Multi-Media Card. It is the internal chip that comes built into the device where all of the operating and data files are stored. It is identical to an SD but is embedded into the device. The term gets loosely thrown around as applied to anything that is internal storage.

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