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ROM: Galaxy Exhibit 4G Peach Sunrise 3.01

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30th December 2013, 09:12 PM |#1881  
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Well keep in mind it's pretty dead around here anymore, so many have moved on in reality there aren't too many people to answer questions left. Peach is no longer supported and no one really has any interest in anything related to GB. It's hard to believe but we are now five android versions later (4.0, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3 and 4.4). I know so many liked the Wi-Fi calling feature but truly there is nothing to be gained and everything to lose staying with a GB ROM anymore. Just my opinion as everybody is entitled to what they like. If it makes you or anyone else happy to stick with this or anything else, more power to you. I think you will be happy with AOKP though.

Hey artful, re purposing my daughters phone and loaded aokp, from CM10 something and it does seem to run better. The one thing that I am trying to figure out is how to swap the internal sd card for the internal one, so apps load onto it? I tried the jocala swapSD but then the phone wouldn not boot, well it would boot but never ending, never came up, tried it twice and no joy.

So what do you use to swap while running aokp?

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30th December 2013, 11:41 PM |#1882  
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Hey artful, re purposing my daughters phone and loaded aokp, from CM10 something and it does seem to run better. The one thing that I am trying to figure out is how to swap the internal sd card for the internal one, so apps load onto it? I tried the jocala swapSD but then the phone wouldn not boot, well it would boot but never ending, never came up, tried it twice and no joy.

So what do you use to swap while running aokp?

Thanks.

Sorry, I never had any use for that feature or I would help you with that. Good luck in finding a solution though!
31st December 2013, 07:53 PM |#1883  
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This was the first rom I used...so thankful I came across the thread. This is still my go to rom when upgrades don't work.
1st January 2014, 02:25 AM |#1884  
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Hey artful, re purposing my daughters phone and loaded aokp, from CM10 something and it does seem to run better. The one thing that I am trying to figure out is how to swap the internal sd card for the internal one, so apps load onto it? I tried the jocala swapSD but then the phone wouldn not boot, well it would boot but never ending, never came up, tried it twice and no joy.

So what do you use to swap while running aokp?

Thanks.

I have always used jocala's SwapSD with peach, never failed me, have you tried to re-download the file and try it again?

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2nd January 2014, 04:50 PM |#1885  
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I have always used jocala's SwapSD with peach, never failed me, have you tried to re-download the file and try it again?

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I loaded up AOKP, artful dodger mentioned that it was smooth and stable and I agree, the only thing I would like working is swapping my external SD for the internal one since its so small....
9th March 2014, 07:38 AM |#1886  
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Is there a peach sunrise equivalent for i727 (Skyrocket)
I have twrp_2.6.3.0 on my skyrocket now and I am looking for bloat-free stock OS (does not have to be kitkat)
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9th March 2014, 10:01 AM |#1887  
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Look in the skyrocket thread. There are plenty of roms over there

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