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[ROM] KTU84Q [AOSP] 【4.4.4】Dan&Ktoonsez 【CM (final) 09-18-2014】

23rd October 2014, 02:18 PM |#261  
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Nh7. At least I was. I odibd back to 4.4.2 on nb4 and installed Sickness developer ROM and so far everything is as it was before I ever upped to 4.4.4

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26th October 2014, 08:44 PM |#262  
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Is it ok to use the last kt kernel build on the latest build of this rom without it?

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26th October 2014, 10:41 PM |#263  
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Is it ok to use the last kt kernel build on the latest build of this rom without it?

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You can use the KT Kernel for AOSP on this ROM.
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30th November 2014, 08:25 PM |#264  
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We can use also the latest version just released?
26th December 2014, 01:41 AM |#265  
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Will there be an update to this rom based on the M12 build? I would love to update to this version because of the scrambled PIN keypad.
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