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Opensource BCM21553 Drivers Released By Broadcomm. Can We Expect Support From CM ?

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26th March 2014, 07:18 PM   |  #281  
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I made a request for our device on SlimRoms General Discussion forum. Let's hope we can get a working SlimBean version in the future. Imagine how awesome would that be!!!
See for yourself: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2692029


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Dont jump that much cause slim team has stopped working on slimbean (jellybean) far behind ... And we dont have proper drivers for even ics so better not expect beyond reality although I would also love to see slimkat on my little ace!!

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26th March 2014, 07:22 PM   |  #282  
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I was just hoping.......

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22nd June 2014, 08:45 PM   |  #283  
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Perhaps when CM11 gets stable for totoro, a SlimKat port might be available to install.

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Perhaps when CM11 gets stable for totoro, a SlimKat port might be available to install.

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I am hoping android L for my cooperve

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And some **big update** will be our next surprise .... Sorry biel For ruining ur surprise!!
Cm 7.2 .... Getting updated!!
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And some **big update** will be our next surprise .... Sorry biel For ruining ur surprise!!
Cm 7.2 .... Getting updated!!
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Everybody knows it..now I need to re-base my ported ROMs.
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Everybody knows it..now I need to re-base my ported ROMs.

Just wanted to make this thread alive

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I am hoping android L for my cooperve

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Am I the only one who doesn't like that Android L's white user interface? Honestly, I would prefer keeping KitKat installed on my device. However, I read that Android L offers larger battery length, not better performance. Anyway, some good reasons for upgrading are that you get bigger support on apps, you have some new features to explore on your new OS version and you're up to date with the newest Android version
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Am I the only one who doesn't like that Android L's white user interface? Honestly, I would prefer keeping KitKat installed on my device. However, I read that Android L offers larger battery length, not better performance. Anyway, some good reasons for upgrading are that you get bigger support on apps, you have some new features to explore on your new OS version and you're up to date with the newest Android version

We can get custom roms like slimL which will have The Real Dark Slim

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