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Any Estimation when we will get CM???
Between never and not going to happen, no, just kidding. In a all seriousness though, I don't think it will ever happen, in the future I would really consider paying a little more and buy a tablet that's not only interesting too developers but isn't so, what's the word, crappy. The new Tab 4 7 is what the Tab 3 7 should have been a year ago but at a price of 200 dollars for the Tab 4 7 you would be still better served with another tablet. Samsung only uses the absolute bare minimum for their low end tablets that the market will stand. A Nexus 7 has so many custom Roms that it will make your head spin, something a Tab 3 or 4 7 will never have. Not only that but you will always have to wait at least 6 to 8 months for an update, even then you can only expect to get a maximum of 3 updates before Samsung disavows any knowledge of your tablet. The Tab line of tablets just isn't worth the frustration, spend the extra money and either buy a Pro or Note if you want a Samsung tablet or If your budget can't handle the extra expendure then buy a Nexus 7, EVGA Note 7 or Kindle 7 HDX. All but the EVGA has 2GB of RAM, faster CPU, especially the Kindle which has one of the fastest CPU's available, 1080p resolution, etc. for the same price as the Tab 4 7. The EVGA Note 7 though has an active digitizer pen, Nvidia Tegra 4, built in HDMI and only costs 180 dollars. Why a person would buy a Tab 4 7 absolutely alludes me, I think maybe Samsung is just cashing in on the ignorance of it's users and the effectiveness of their marketing campaign.
 
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Between never and not going to happen, no, just kidding. In a all seriousness though, I don't think it will ever happen, in the future I would really consider paying a little more and buy a tablet that's not only interesting too developers but isn't so, what's the word, crappy. The new Tab 4 7 is what the Tab 3 7 should have been a year ago but at a price of 200 dollars for the Tab 4 7 you would be still better served with another tablet. Samsung only uses the absolute bare minimum for their low end tablets that the market will stand. A Nexus 7 has so many custom Roms that it will make your head spin, something a Tab 3 or 4 7 will never have. Not only that but you will always have to wait at least 6 to 8 months for an update, even then you can only expect to get a maximum of 3 updates before Samsung disavows any knowledge of your tablet. The Tab line of tablets just isn't worth the frustration, spend the extra money and either buy a Pro or Note if you want a Samsung tablet or If your budget can't handle the extra expendure then buy a Nexus 7, EVGA Note 7 or Kindle 7 HDX. All but the EVGA has 2GB of RAM, faster CPU, especially the Kindle which has one of the fastest CPU's available, 1080p resolution, etc. for the same price as the Tab 4 7. The EVGA Note 7 though has an active digitizer pen, Nvidia Tegra 4, built in HDMI and only costs 180 dollars. Why a person would buy a Tab 4 7 absolutely alludes me, I think maybe Samsung is just cashing in on the ignorance of it's users and the effectiveness of their marketing campaign.
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I'm new on this forum and I started to try port GALAXY TAB 3 7.0 (codename lt023g) and found this repo below:

github . com / kumajaya / android_kernel_samsung_lt02_modules

Can someone more advanced check if this repo can help us????
 
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Phone hmmm

cal,

the nexus tabs have no external storage - major fail - questionable as a design move. i've read the rationale as to why
and it doesn't add up. chalk it up to a dumbed down consumer culture maybe...
my galaxy tabs are cheap yes, but also ridiculously flexible/versitile and have largely replaced my pc
for doing things i should and probably shouldn't be doing. i live the life of someone who has to settle and or make due
with what's within reach. none of these corporations will get more of my money than is necessary.

a great deal of roms cm/aosp/aokp etc seem to be little more than cosmetic changes with borrowed ideas
incorporated into them, a steady and consistant effort in rooting, disengaging manufacturer fingerholds and all around
sculpting of your operating system more often than not yields superior results, so i don't see rom availability as being
a reliable selling point except if your a hardcore gamer first and foremost. that's a different beast.

none of the above is meant to take away from samsung's reckless model. but, these devices in the right hands
(that's right, i said it) are fairly solid. i will say my tab 2 7.0 completely blows away my t210r and p5210....
which is strange but, eh.

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Hello Everyone.
I'm new on this forum and I started to try port GALAXY TAB 3 7.0 (codename lt023g) and found this repo below:

github . com / kumajaya / android_kernel_samsung_lt02_modules

Can someone more advanced check if this repo can help us????
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Hello Everyone.
I'm new on this forum and I started to try port GALAXY TAB 3 7.0 (codename lt023g) and found this repo below:

github . com / kumajaya / android_kernel_samsung_lt02_modules

Can someone more advanced check if this repo can help us????
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