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Hi all,

i saw this [PORT] [ALPHA] FlymeOs 3.6.1A | KK 4.4 | Meizu MX3 Port | on the nexus 5 forums and i thought that i would be cool if we could have it on our device.


Any one here who can make this happen?
Current devices: LG G3 32gb / HTC ONE (M8) Gun Metal / Nexus 5 32gb Black / Huawei ascend P7
Previous devices: Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (black) (N9005) / Nexus 5 16gb Black / Nexus 7 (2013) 32GB / Samsung Galaxy S4 Black (i9505) / Samsung Galaxy Note II White / Archos Gamepad / Sony Xperia Tablet Z / HTC one Black / Sony Xperia Z Black / Meizu MX2 / Samsung Galaxy Note II White / Google Nexus 7 / Samsung Galaxy S III / Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 3G / HTC One X / Sony Xperia S / Samsung Galaxy S II
 
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Hi all,

i saw this [PORT] [ALPHA] FlymeOs 3.6.1A | KK 4.4 | Meizu MX3 Port | on the nexus 5 forums and i thought that i would be cool if we could have it on our device.


Any one here who can make this happen?
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Current devices: LG G3 32gb / HTC ONE (M8) Gun Metal / Nexus 5 32gb Black / Huawei ascend P7
Previous devices: Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (black) (N9005) / Nexus 5 16gb Black / Nexus 7 (2013) 32GB / Samsung Galaxy S4 Black (i9505) / Samsung Galaxy Note II White / Archos Gamepad / Sony Xperia Tablet Z / HTC one Black / Sony Xperia Z Black / Meizu MX2 / Samsung Galaxy Note II White / Google Nexus 7 / Samsung Galaxy S III / Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 3G / HTC One X / Sony Xperia S / Samsung Galaxy S II
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