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Default Kitkat that supports docking & s-pen?

Is there a 4.4.2 room that supports audio over USB and comes with the s-pen apps?

Anyone have any recommendations? Hoping gchilds slimrom handles this.
 
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So far, none of the non TW 4.3 & 4.4 ROMs I have tried have working USB audio. I finally broke down and bought a Bluetooth enabled radio for my truck and have never looked back.

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So far, none of the non TW 4.3 & 4.4 ROMs I have tried have working USB audio. I finally broke down and bought a Bluetooth enabled radio for my truck and have never looked back.

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Thanks. So if I want to continue using a dock with USB audio . Have to stick with an older rom?

What is the most stable rom that does support USB audio?

I'm still running jellybeans. Stable and really have no reason to upgrade. Just want to play.

Anything newer than that?
 
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Thanks. So if I want to continue using a dock with USB audio . Have to stick with an older rom?

What is the most stable rom that does support USB audio?

I'm still running jellybeans. Stable and really have no reason to upgrade. Just want to play.

Anything newer than that?
If you are already on Jellybeans, I would stick with that. You could also create a backup of your current ROM and just restore once you are finished checking out the new ROMs. (That is what I did when I was still tied to USB audio)
 
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If you are already on Jellybeans, I would stick with that. You could also create a backup of your current ROM and just restore once you are finished checking out the new ROMs. (That is what I did when I was still tied to USB audio)
Thanks. That's what I did to try pacman.

I'll check jellybeans and see if I have the latest version.

Thanks again.
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