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[ROM]Nocturnal Xplod INC2 Android 2.3.7 AOSP

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Id love to use this too...as long as netflix works.

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I have been using this rom on/off for months now. One of my favorites to date. Some tweaks I would really love to see:

- Battery icon mods in the status bar. I really like the circle one with the percentage in the center of it (a la ICS). I know different themes, different battery mods but I am too in love with the ICS theme.
- The status bar icons fit closer together
- Ability to change status bar icon colors

I also, second the center clock feature derickmc mentioned.

Very excited to see the new update!
 
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Okay so I see this ROM, but other than the "theming", what is a compelling reason to use this over CM7.2 kangs, etc? Does this use the stock CM kernel? Does this offer any custom tweaks that allow it to be interesting than a vanilla 7.2 kang? More importantly, is this going to be re-synced to the newest source?

Just wondering...thanks!
 
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Okay so I see this ROM, but other than the "theming", what is a compelling reason to use this over CM7.2 kangs, etc? Does this use the stock CM kernel? Does this offer any custom tweaks that allow it to be interesting than a vanilla 7.2 kang? More importantly, is this going to be re-synced to the newest source?

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It's nice that you like it, but it doesn't really say much for someone who hasn't used it before.
 
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It's nice that you like it, but it doesn't really say much for someone who hasn't used it before.
I believe the differences are quoted in the first and second post.

I havent tried this ROM in ages...mostly because the kernels for Inc2 AOSP left a lot to be desired.

I recently found a good aeroevan kernel that didnt have the multitouch bug (v7 and lower) that also didnt mess up calls and such.

When this ROM is updated ill try it out again with that kernel - I really miss AOSP from my Inc1.
 
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I believe the differences are quoted in the first and second post.

I havent tried this ROM in ages...mostly because the kernels for Inc2 AOSP left a lot to be desired.

I recently found a good aeroevan kernel that didnt have the multitouch bug (v7 and lower) that also didnt mess up calls and such.

When this ROM is updated ill try it out again with that kernel - I really miss AOSP from my Inc1.
First post seems to state this as the "what's good":

-Stable
-Fast
-New market 9/21/2011
-Latest SuperUser
-Latest Titanium Backup 9/20/2011

I see nothing in the second post. Anyways, yes, the aeroevan kernels are good for anything based on CM 7.1 but assuming this guy is going to re-sync to update the source, your only option is 0.8 from what I remember.

EDIT: Anyways, my suggestions for this ROM would be the following....

#1. Fix all of those bugs in the bug tracker (assuming that bug tracker has been around and unfixed for awhile)
#2. Re-sync to the newest source (CM 7.2 "official" release is coming soon I hear)
#3. Pre-install a nice kernel....preferably their own if they can afford to do it/have the skills to do it....otherwise, Aeroevans 0.8 CFS kernel. CFS seems to work better for our keyboards, and Aeroevans kernel fixes the volume of phone calls.
 
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This rom uses the xperia launcher, which mostly works, and it is a really interesting take on aosp. It has a few features similar to sense. I am a fan of sense, and this ROM is the only aosp rom that I would run for an extended period of time.

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Xperia launcher? Sounds interesting. I think that is an app that costs money, right?
 
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Xperia launcher? Sounds interesting. I think that is an app that costs money, right?
Xperia is a phone... The Sony PlayStation phone. I don't think its available in the market.

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