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[ROM][11/24] King Kang M1 - Unleash the Beast! [AOKP + CM10 + ParanoidAndroid]

23rd February 2013, 01:50 AM |#691  
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If you look up about 10-15 posts you will see where Rohan is planning on a 4.2 update as well as an update to his kernel. I haven't switched to 4.2 yet specifically because his kernel isn't updated for it yet. I can't live without sweep 2 wake now. This ROM still runs great paired with his kernel though. I use multiple ROMs but this one is what my only nandroid backup is. I know I can always depend on KK.

I love this ROM too, but I stated in an earlier post that I discovered some major glitches that have steered me away from using this ROM anymore. This happened to me twice in two months now, where the entire rom just freezes up and when I do a reboot, it hangs at pink unicorn screen. I have to do a full restore each time. Very annoying.

Welp, hopefully we will see an update on this soon. I was extremely happy prior to the major glitching thing stuff.
 
 
10th March 2013, 09:03 AM |#692  
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Re: [ROM][11/24] King Kang M1 - Unleash the Beast! [AOKP + CM10 + ParanoidAndroid]
I flashed this about two days ago, and while the ROM itself is awesome I've been getting a lot of random small bugs, which i would honestly expect from a ROM trying to combine three different bases.

However, my battery life is pretty awful compared to what I could get on my LGOG running basically the same app settings (greenify and one power), and I get a deal-breaker in the screen occasionally becoming unresponsive to touch! I can use the power and volume buttons but nothing on screen reacts to touch nor do the capacitive buttons. I have to hard reboot the phone. Great ROM but I hate having to reboot every 4 hours when I just want to respond to a text.

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10th March 2013, 10:38 AM |#693  
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Re: [ROM][11/24] King Kang M1 - Unleash the Beast! [AOKP + CM10 + ParanoidAndroid]
This ROM has been nothing but rock solid for me. Screen is always working perfectly. It's so stable in fact that I've flashed it on my fiance's phone which has major problems atm (don't ask) as I know it will perform without flaw. I'd be surprised if it was actually the ROM causing your problems.

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24th March 2013, 12:38 AM |#694  
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Just wanted to bump this. Rohan, you still working on an update for this or has it died?
24th March 2013, 12:41 AM |#695  
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Just wanted to bump this. Rohan, you still working on an update for this or has it died?

My efforts in terms of ROM development are now focused on LiquidSmooth, and I'm currently working on bringing up some of the features from King Kang like the PA stuff to LS (right now there is DPI per app, but not all the PA stuff is in there, like Per App Color, etc)
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My efforts in terms of ROM development are now focused on LiquidSmooth, and I'm currently working on bringing up some of the features from King Kang like the PA stuff to LS (right now there is DPI per app, but not all the PA stuff is in there, like Per App Color, etc)

Thanks for the update I'll go check out LS
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My efforts in terms of ROM development are now focused on LiquidSmooth, and I'm currently working on bringing up some of the features from King Kang like the PA stuff to LS (right now there is DPI per app, but not all the PA stuff is in there, like Per App Color, etc)

Thanks for the update. That's understandable. Disappointing, though, but understandable.

BUT, do you think you'll ever work on this ROM again, or is it likely permanently dead?
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Thanks for the update. That's understandable. Disappointing, though, but understandable.

BUT, do you think you'll ever work on this ROM again, or is it likely permanently dead?

We'll see Maybe not on this specific ROM, but KK may be reincarnated, not sure at this point. Maybe for 5.0 Probably not 4.1.X though since its "old" now and 4.2 is where its at
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We'll see Maybe not on this specific ROM, but KK may be reincarnated, not sure at this point. Maybe for 5.0 Probably not 4.1.X though since its "old" now and 4.2 is where its at

just focus the features into official liquidsmooth aren't you a member now??? =)
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