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I tried the 5-6 version and no problem with 4g but Wi-Fi won't turn on. Messed with it for a while then restored Viper.
 
 
6th May 2014, 10:17 PM |#22  
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I tried the 5-6 version and no problem with 4g but Wi-Fi won't turn on. Messed with it for a while then restored Viper.

No WiFi or call audio = not worth running IMO
6th May 2014, 10:38 PM |#23  
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So far I can't find myself running any aosp. I truly appreciate the work that is done, but oddly enough, the broken features atm are the ones I use most.

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In fairness, I don't think the Liquid team wanted this released. Someone found a link to their test site and we all tried it. While it is not ready for Prime Time yet, I'm sure it will be great once they release it publicly.

I just want to try a near AOSP version that is fully functional (GPE is far from it at the moment). CM runs good but not pure AOSP. With xPosed, you can customize a base AOSP almost any way you want it. I use some features of the custom roms but not all that many. Being able to add the features I want to a solid base is my goal.
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The CM11 nightly 5/6 which was pulled so should be up soon, but those who downloaded it before it was pulled confirm that the headphone issue is fixed, GPS now locks and is functional, MMS both sends and receives and WiFi works. The only bugs I can think of is speakerphone and maybe Bluetooth? Bluetooth could be fixed in 5/6 that was pulled I am not sure. But I would be plenty satisfied on that build once released. I am impressed with how well these builds are this early.
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The CM11 nightly 5/6 which was pulled so should be up soon, but those who downloaded it before it was pulled confirm that the headphone issue is fixed, GPS now locks and is functional, MMS both sends and receives and WiFi works. The only bugs I can think of is speakerphone and maybe Bluetooth? Bluetooth could be fixed in 5/6 that was pulled I am not sure. But I would be plenty satisfied on that build once released. I am impressed with how well these builds are this early.

I agree 100%, all we have to wait for now is a unofficial cm11 with the new theme chooser

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12th May 2014, 09:19 PM |#27  
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I'm guessing this is similar to cyanogen, I tried that rom and spotty wifi and no gps. I dont think any aosp roms are ready for primetime yet.
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I've heard of people running SlimKat on the liquid smooth kernel, anyone try that on that this device yet?
14th May 2014, 12:52 AM |#29  
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Liquid may have fixed it, but they had a pretty serious bug that was causing disk encryption when hitting power and vol + when getting stuck in a system ui fc loop and trying to break out of if. I lost everything on my internal SD but others were able to get their data back.

I have been flashing test roms for years and never experienced something like that. Scared me off Liquid for now.
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I've been a liquid fan since the Droid 2. Once this rom gets going it's gonna be a bad mofo.

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