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[05-07-2012][ROM] AOKP & AOKPA LEO BUILD 40 [HWA][4.0.4][tytung_HWA_r3]

12th January 2012, 10:29 AM |#11  
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Interesting indeed. What impressed was the system partition of 95mb. Way to go mate. Downloading now and will keep you posted on how is it going.
 
 
12th January 2012, 10:54 AM |#12  
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liked, flashed, but it is way too slow, went back to langthang's miui.
i'll keep an eye for the future releases.
great work, thank you!
12th January 2012, 11:19 AM |#13  
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liked, flashed, but it is way too slow, went back to langthang's miui.
i'll keep an eye for the future releases.
great work, thank you!

Is it really slow..??

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12th January 2012, 11:43 AM |#14  
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Is it really slow..??

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Don't see why, CM9 HD2 isn't slow.
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12th January 2012, 12:17 PM |#15  
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This ROM is very smooth. Probably for me because I don't have to use A2SD..

Is there a way to change the behavior of the softkeys? I would like it to be stock. Just recent apps instead of menu and menu instead of lock screen..

Great job on this one!
12th January 2012, 01:53 PM |#16  
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Don't see why, CM9 HD2 isn't slow.

I'm asking to the person who told its very slow ...

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12th January 2012, 01:58 PM |#17  
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Can you get this Status Bar widget Option in the settings like this one ??

Ehm as far as I see it's the CM9 Status Bar which is already included in Tytung CM9 rom..so yes it is included.

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nice! new rom based on ICS! thanks Xylograph, and thanks again for the teaching odex

No problem mate... Don't get lost in all your scripts

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Any chance of a flash-able zip of the hacked android market 3.4.4?

Maybe next release it will be inluded, but still have 'compatibilty issues' with it..
You can include it yourself though.

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...thx for you great work, but...

Is a Multilanguage Version coming up?
Sygic isn`t working, as on the other ICS versions, too! It still navigates, but there`s no picture, only the voice!

If you want Multilanguage I advice you to use Tytung CM9 rom...
I won't be making one untill everything in ICS is working.

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Interesting indeed. What impressed was the system partition of 95mb. Way to go mate. Downloading now and will keep you posted on how is it going.

Great, hope you like it.

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liked, flashed, but it is way too slow, went back to langthang's miui.
i'll keep an eye for the future releases.
great work, thank you!

Thanks for testing and compared to a fully working gingerbread.. your right
It's still a WIP for me..

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This ROM is very smooth. Probably for me because I don't have to use A2SD..

Is there a way to change the behavior of the softkeys? I would like it to be stock. Just recent apps instead of menu and menu instead of lock screen..

Great job on this one!

Good to hear and for the softkeys.. I will have to dig into it, maybe you can find some more info about this in gogodu5sU thread.
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12th January 2012, 03:35 PM |#18  
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Good to hear and for the softkeys.. I will have to dig into it, maybe you can find some more info about this in gogodu5sU thread.

I did. I probably will get used to it..
One other question, about the Dutch language. Is it correct that the Dutch spell check is not working? On tytung's ROM, I can download and enable dutch as an input language and also download the dictionary. But it never works. Is this a ICS thing or a CM9 bug?

I think I will keep this ROM for now. It's been good for the past hours. Need to check battery drain though..
12th January 2012, 03:52 PM |#19  
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^^^You will, look at it like its a new phone, only touch buttons. Its actually pretty cool, and it will save life on your phone!

Nice rom here, very quick for me and besides known bugs it all works great for me!

Any possible way of putting the third icon on the lockscreen like some ics roms have? Weird how some do some dont. And camera there is useless for me .

Good rom anyway though, nice work!
12th January 2012, 04:28 PM |#20  
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wow, didn't see this rom coming..

I had juuust installed tyung's CM9.. can anyone compare them ?

Xylograph, are you planning on updating this rom pretty often ? if so, i guess i need to reflash and re-intall everything all over again..

awesome work mate
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