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CyanogenMod 11.0 for HTC One - m8

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22nd January 2015, 03:01 PM   |  #3401  
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Yep. That's what I was asking about since it's been over 2 weeks since the last cm11 build

Devices switched to cm-12.0 do not get cm-11.0 builds.
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22nd January 2015, 03:35 PM   |  #3402  
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Devices switched to cm-12.0 do not get cm-11.0 builds.

Gotcha, thanks for the clarification!
27th January 2015, 08:47 AM   |  #3403  
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Just installed this (the latest CM11). Maybe it's just me, but it seems like customization has actually *decreased* over time.

No options regarding gestures to wake the phone (and dt2w works less than half the time), option removed for AM/PM in clock, no navbar dimension adjustments (or any option to adjust long-press on the menu button), less battery icon options, etc...

Please tell me I'm missing some awesome section of mods somewhere in this thread? lol

Other than the lack of customization, it seems to run incredibly well overall besides a few small hiccups. CM12 I tried first, even more lacking, but that at least was understandable for being so new.
27th January 2015, 08:59 AM   |  #3404  
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Originally Posted by Gamesoul Master

Just installed this (the latest CM11). Maybe it's just me, but it seems like customization has actually *decreased* over time.

No options regarding gestures to wake the phone (and dt2w works less than half the time), option removed for AM/PM in clock, no navbar dimension adjustments (or any option to adjust long-press on the menu button), less battery icon options, etc...

Please tell me I'm missing some awesome section of mods somewhere in this thread? lol

Other than the lack of customization, it seems to run incredibly well overall besides a few small hiccups. CM12 I tried first, even more lacking, but that at least was understandable for being so new.

You can always install xposed framework with gravitybox on CM11
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You can always install xposed framework with gravitybox on CM11

GravityBox! I knew I was forgetting something important. Thanks for reminding me. Been too long.
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