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[ROM][AOSP][Nightly/Release] CarbonRom KitKat [moto_msm8960]

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So what do u mean exactly?I'm sorry. I was wondering if that was OK to flash. I hear your deving rocks. Lol. And I would like to try it.
 
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So what do u mean exactly?I'm sorry. I was wondering if that was OK to flash. I hear your deving rocks. Lol. And I would like to try it.
I thought you were asking if this was still being developed because the last build was the 8th... I wanted to reassure you that it was still being actively built.

If all you wanted to know if it was OK to flash, then yes! It certainly is, assuming you have a moto_msm8960_jbbl device (Atrix HD fits that bill until you get official KK from moto).
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Yes. I have atrix HD mb866

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Is the msm8960 amd atrix hd the same principle as HTC desire HD is to HTC inspire?
 
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Yes. I have atrix HD mb866

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Is the msm8960 amd atrix hd the same principle as HTC desire HD is to HTC inspire?
I.... don't think so. But I have never owned a native Android device made by HTC.

moto_msm8960_jbbl is the Atrix HD, RAZR HD, RAZR M, Electrify M and Photon Q - all Motorola's with the same processor (and kernel). So long as the Jellybean bootloader is being used (some devices have gotten an official update from Moto which included a new bootloader) you can flash this unified build.
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Yes. I have atrix HD mb866

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Is the msm8960 amd atrix hd the same principle as HTC desire HD is to HTC inspire?
I can testify to the fact that the 8960 jbbl Carbon ROMs runs nicely on the Atrix HD/MB886 (though check your processor usage and battery life)

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I.... don't think so. But I have never owned a native Android device made by HTC.

moto_msm8960_jbbl is the Atrix HD, RAZR HD, RAZR M, Electrify M and Photon Q - all Motorola's with the same processor (and kernel). So long as the Jellybean bootloader is being used (some devices have gotten an official update from Moto which included a new bootloader) you can flash this unified build.
btw; I've been testing Carbon every few weeks on my MB886 - still getting those processor revs around the use of the notification shade/back button. If nobody else is experiencing this so it goes but I suspect that folks are just not noticing it (but perhaps wondering about battery life). If it is an issue affecting all AHD users I can try to drill more information out of my tests.
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So you are saying battery life on this rom is poor?

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