If you are a fan of using Total Commander (or similar file managers that have an inbuilt ftp client) I can recommend this:
I can't believe that I got all my questions answered in just a few hours! Thanks kenkiller and temasek! I'm gonna have to try this rom sometime this week, because it's looks awesome! I will have to make a backup of my sdcard before doing the flashing, for safety measure. Can't afford to lose data these days. I will report if faux kernel works or not.
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I use a modified gapps that remove the xbin/su from the package.
Official gapps site.
I was starting to regret paying an extra $50 for the 3g version because of what little support it has and the fact that T-Mobile blocks it from my unlimited data plan. I would have been better off just using WiFi tether on my Samsung Galaxy Vibrant like I mostly do anyway. This KANG is a great addition to the ROM database for the tilapia. I also had a few friends buy the non-3g version all because of price. They wanted WiFi but don't have mobile data plans anyway and were not going to purchase one just for the Nexus. Vendors like T-Mobile are hurting tilapia sales because of data blocking. I read a forum where a few people were going to buy Nexus 7 3g models until they found out T-Mobile blocks them. It's really unfortunate that I can't just pop my phone's sim card out and use it on T-Mobile's HSPA network. Anyway, sorry for the rant. I wanted to ask what the benefit of removing xbin/su from Gapps is? I couldn't find any info. I imagine it may be a location thing to see all apps in Play Store? All good things come from Singapore. Like Verbatim disks. Thanks again.
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