Won't be using CM9 for now. its way to buggy to use as an actual base rom for my rom.
RC5 will be KQB. but when CM9 becomes really stable. I will consider using it.
Ill keep you guys updated
but you can help... we need a scripter for the camera
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IMHO doesn't seem convenient for roaming.
I vote for *Else, leaving carrier, or at least "carrier @ broodROM RC5".
I tried to do: Carrier @ broodROM RC5, but the thing is that the carrier part is a function, and I have no idea how many chars carriers can be, because i have to set absolute positions for the "@ broodROM RC5" text part. It will be very hard to place that label, If I find a solution I will use it of course
Lol I'm not even trying to attempt editing camera binaries written in C (a language I don't even know XD)
btw, did some carrier label tweaking:
What do you think that fits the best?
* broodROM RC5
* Build: broodROM RC5
* Build Number: RC5
* RC5 (in a larger font)
Just else please (the normal carrier). I don't need to see what ROM I am running. And this also won't be really advertisement for you, since not a lot of people use anothers phone plus if they do, they rarely go into notifications.
That's why I would like to see the normal carrier, also because of roaming like somebody mentioned previously.
any help or fixes for my other problem?
Originally Posted by SPHunt3r
Anybody else having a problem with gps not fixing?
using broodROM rc4.
did a backup. then i wiped everything and installed cm9 pre-alpha, but due to current bugs reverted to my backup, before that I formated cache, dalvik cache, system and data of course.
And I don't know if it worked from the beginning when I flashed it, because I haven't tested it then.
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