Originally Posted by Galaxy3User
I guess if 3rd party apps would work, every developer of other ROM's would already
have applied it.
By the way: Don't stress yourself too much with the Serenity ROM, hillbeast. I read
that you want to do weekly updates? Ain't you developing for SGS II too?
Nope. I don't develop on my SGS2 because it's my main phone. I don't want it out of commission. When I was devving on the G3 and it was my main phone I didn't care so much because I wanted to improve it, but because the GS2 is so fast already, I don't feel the need to improve it.
I will however most likely be developing for the Galaxy SL soon. A bunch of people on the XDA have organised to send me a device so I can port kernel 3.0 on that. Being an RD is tough work sometimes...
Samsung Galaxy 3:
No ROM + Kernel 3.4.x Project
Google|Asus Nexus 7:
CyanogenMod 10.1 + CM10.1 Kernel
Sony Xperia Arc S:
FXP CyanogenMod 10 + CM10 Kernel
Ubuntu 12.10 + ODROID Ubuntu Kernel
Previous phones: Samsung Galaxy S2
Kyorarom (G3-F) (G3-ICS)
- G3MOD Kernel
- Kernel 3.4 Project for Galaxy 3
- Hybrid Data2SD - HD2SD v2 - Kernel 3.3.8 for Linksys WAG160N