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Well your disrespectful comments were. We spent countless hours on our rom. We didnt just take the stock rom and add every bogus script/tweak on the internet, adjust things to ridiculous amounts clearly not knowing what they do, and speed up animations. And if you check the lg g2 section theres about 7 aosp roms on top of ours and L's. If thats not enough, pull the system/download source and make your own. And you clearly dont know much if youre making posts like you did or you would understand already everything i just said.

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He has since deleted his posts, but I still had to comment. Your entire post is countering an argument that he never made. Nowhere does he take a shot at your ROM, nor does he complain about the lack of ROMs. For what it's worth, the argument he did make I agree with 100%. The issue lies with LG's anti-tampering strategies with the device. Any AOSP-based ROM is completely unstable, and for people like him and I that bought the device with the intention of running AOSP, that's a bit of a problem.

We are all grateful to the devs for what they've done. You included. Hell I've used d3rp ROM on and off since the day it was launched in January. But your defensive stance is unnecessary, and completely irrelevant to the topic at hand. What we are complaining about has nothing to do with devs, literally nothing at all. Hell, without all the devs here, I'd have dropped this device long ago. There is no need to defend yourself. The dedication you've put into your work can stand on it's own, and if someone doesn't like it, then they can go **** off. This goes for all development work, really.
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He has since deleted his posts, but I still had to comment. Your entire post is countering an argument that he never made. Nowhere does he take a shot at your ROM, nor does he complain about the lack of ROMs. For what it's worth, the argument he did make I agree with 100%. The issue lies with LG's anti-tampering strategies with the device. Any AOSP-based ROM is completely unstable, and for people like him and I that bought the device with the intention of running AOSP, that's a bit of a problem.

We are all grateful to the devs for what they've done. You included. Hell I've used d3rp ROM on and off since the day it was launched in January. But your defensive stance is unnecessary, and completely irrelevant to the topic at hand. What we are complaining about has nothing to do with devs, literally nothing at all. Hell, without all the devs here, I'd have dropped this device long ago. There is no need to defend yourself. The dedication you've put into your work can stand on it's own, and if someone doesn't like it, then they can go **** off. This goes for all development work, really.
Thanks man That was me and I changed all my comments because I didn't intend on offending any of the devs here. I appreciate your comments and you are correct I was not taking a shot and any dev or any rom. My frustration was all directed at LG. Any how thanks for seeing exactly what I was saying.

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He has since deleted his posts, but I still had to comment. Your entire post is countering an argument that he never made. Nowhere does he take a shot at your ROM, nor does he complain about the lack of ROMs. For what it's worth, the argument he did make I agree with 100%. The issue lies with LG's anti-tampering strategies with the device. Any AOSP-based ROM is completely unstable, and for people like him and I that bought the device with the intention of running AOSP, that's a bit of a problem.

We are all grateful to the devs for what they've done. You included. Hell I've used d3rp ROM on and off since the day it was launched in January. But your defensive stance is unnecessary, and completely irrelevant to the topic at hand. What we are complaining about has nothing to do with devs, literally nothing at all. Hell, without all the devs here, I'd have dropped this device long ago. There is no need to defend yourself. The dedication you've put into your work can stand on it's own, and if someone doesn't like it, then they can go **** off. This goes for all development work, really.
@Koopa777 your post is unnecessary and irrelevent. i didnt say anything to you.
he made the comment about there being only one good rom, which he couldve kept to himself.
what he said was a slap in the face to everyone taking time out of their life to build something for this device and support their users.
if youre mad at lg dont go crapping on others uncompensated work and time. send lg an email.
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@Koopa777 your post is unnecessary and irrelevent. i didnt say anything to you.
he made the comment about there being only one good rom, which he couldve kept to himself.
what he said was a slap in the face to everyone taking time out of their life to build something for this device and support their users.
if youre mad at lg dont go crapping on others uncompensated work and time. send lg an email.
I never said that there was only one good rom! I have always supported the devs here with my time and money. I stated my opinion which was not derogatory towards you or any other devs!

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I never said that there was only one good rom! I have always supported the devs here with my time and money. I stated my opinion which was not derogatory towards you or any other devs!

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I agree and I am not bickering. I just gave my opinion. Some folks got their feelings hurt and my comments were not even directed at them. I am all good and even sent the op a pm apologizing if he misunderstood me. Happy weekend!

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