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Quickspps is pretty cool. I'm using "GMD gesture control" (lite version currently) and it is awesome. It has a 4 finger spread gesture that opens a launchpad where you can add all your apps.
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Thumbs down No human readable changelog - 15

As it happens from time to time there apparently wasn't a human readable changelog.

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New build running great with Trinity build 41. just bought another Xoom so as soon as I get it....I will be running EOS on it also lol. 3 different devices with EOS.....they're that good IMHO!

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How long should it take to charge. Had it plugged in for 1.5 hours and it went up 14
 
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How long should it take to charge. Had it plugged in for 1.5 hours and it went up 14
Are you using your phone charger? Try with the same cord and charger that came with n7. It is higher amps. Mine gets a full charge in a couple hours.
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New build running great with Trinity build 41. just bought another Xoom so as soon as I get it....I will be running EOS on it also lol. 3 different devices with EOS.....they're that good IMHO!

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my battery locked at 100% on 15 and 16, so I dropped by to 14 and all is well. Any ideas?

Also - getting up the nerve to try my first kernal! I know ZERO about kernals, but am willing to dive in. Trinity seems like way to go. I'll get the battery figured first, then give Trinity a try.

EDIT: Reinstalled 16, seems to be working now. So, never mind!
 
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Thumbs up Grouper 16 - I like

The only annoyance I see is with scrolling under Google Play Store.

I like this rom. No problems as of yet.
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my battery locked at 100% on 15 and 16, so I dropped by to 14 and all is well. Any ideas?

Also - getting up the nerve to try my first kernal! I know ZERO about kernals, but am willing to dive in. Trinity seems like way to go. I'll get the battery figured first, then give Trinity a try.

EDIT: Reinstalled 16, seems to be working now. So, never mind!
flashing kernels is easy. way more simple than roms. no wipes or anything needed. its better to use an anykernel version. where it injects its info into existing ramdisk.

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flashing kernels is easy. way more simple than roms. no wipes or anything needed. its better to use an anykernel version. where it injects its info into existing ramdisk.
Thank you! I believe I'll give it a go!

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