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Ok! And I'm planning to use Ubuntu/Linux Mint. What's yours?

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Linux mint is good , I use xubuntu 14.04 and I have had no problems, its light weight and perfect for android development. Here's a link to an awesome project of xubuntu ready to go for development. All you have to do is download sources and compile http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2585828 .

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Linux mint is good , I use xubuntu 14.04 and I have had no problems, its light weight and perfect for android development. Here's a link to an awesome project of xubuntu ready to go for development. All you have to do is download sources and compile http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2585828 .

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Yeah,I know. But unfortunately for me,I've already downloaded the 64-Bit Ubuntu iso. No way am I downloading another one.

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Yeah,I know. But unfortunately for me,I've already downloaded the 64-Bit Ubuntu iso. No way am I downloading another one.

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That one is fine anyway. 64bit is faster [emoji108]

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That one is fine anyway. 64bit is faster [emoji108]

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I thought 64 bit was required for building/compiling?

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#include<iostream>
#include<string>
#include<xda>

using namespace std;

int main()
{
    
string name="SafinWasi"
    
string status="Senior Member";
    if(
I helped you){
        
cout<<"Please hit the Thanks Button!\n";
    }
    return 
0;
}
void Devices()
{
    
string Device="Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7";
    
string ROM="CyanogenMod 11 Nightly";
    
string Kernel_Version="3.0.72+";
    
string Recovery="TWRP 2.7.0.0";

 
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I thought 64 bit was required for building/compiling?

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Not really. I've compiled this build on 32-bit. Just took longer. 64-bit needs extra files to build but runs much faster

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This ROM looks good,flashing today! And cm11 is getting boring now.

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CRT screen off/on options to specify how the animation shows
Can you explain this please? I would like to replace the small standard boot animation with a custom one, as I find this custom rom to be the best I have used on my KFHD7" yet, very good work.

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Can you explain this please? I would like to replace the small standard boot animation with a custom one, as I find this custom rom to be the best I have used on my KFHD7" yet, very good work.

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CRT is the animation she you turn off your tablet and it looks like your turning a tv off . you can also change the boot animation manually by taking replacing the bootanimation.zip in the media folder with the one you desire just make sure that you spell it the same. Also apps like romtoolbox will automate the process for you [emoji106][emoji108]

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A new build is out but when I try to sync the sources I get tons of errors but I'm working on it just going to take a little longer, also Hover seems to be included in the new build [emoji3] that'll be an nice treat lol

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Update

Check op for latest build!

this build includes Hover and Hover settings!

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