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By poppers162, Senior Member on 21st June 2014, 04:58 PM
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I've just rooted and unlocked my bootloader on 4.4 and I decided to try out DHackers cm11 test build. So far it has been good to be, besides the battery life and how hot my phone gets. I just unplugged my phone about an hour ago and it's at 76% already. And it's very hot. I don't know if it's the rom itself or the way I'm using it, but I think I might go back to stock.

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21st June 2014, 05:24 PM |#2  
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another problem in that build is you cant play music so i decided to downgrade to 4.1 stock using rsd then i flash Cm11 nightly its more stable
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another problem in that build is you cant play music so i decided to downgrade to 4.1 stock using rsd then i flash Cm11 nightly its more stable

I can play music just fine. I went on a six hour trip yesterday morning, music worked just fine.

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another problem in that build is you cant play music so i decided to downgrade to 4.1 stock using rsd then i flash Cm11 nightly its more stable

Hope you don't mind, but I'm posting this everywhere I can. You can get around the lack of working MP3 by using Viper4Android as it installs its own driver.
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Hope you don't mind, but I'm posting this everywhere I can. You can get around the lack of working MP3 by using Viper4Android as it installs its own driver.

ohw Thanks For the Info i will try it Thank You so much for the information
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Hope you don't mind, but I'm posting this everywhere I can. You can get around the lack of working MP3 by using Viper4Android as it installs its own driver.

I'm not having the mp3 playback problem. Mine plays just fine.

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