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Every index thread gets abandoned long before the developers abandon the device.
 
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This won't. I guarantee that.
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As of right now, I've only added ROMs from 4.2+ because there's too many others and I'm on limited internet access. The other active ROM threads will be added ASAP though.

As always, have a look through the thread and if I've missed anything/got anything wrong, please let me know and I'll get it sorted.

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As of right now, I've only added ROMs from 4.2+ because there's too many others and I'm on limited internet access. The other active ROM threads will be added ASAP though.
Thanks. It would be useful to have some older ones (4.2, 4.1.2, especially stock/deodexed ROMs) indexed as well.
 
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As of right now, I've only added ROMs from 4.2+ because there's too many others and I'm on limited internet access. The other active ROM threads will be added ASAP though.

As always, have a look through the thread and if I've missed anything/got anything wrong, please let me know and I'll get it sorted.

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Some of those Kernels are incompatible with 4.2.1, as are some of those guides, so maybe separate the 4.1.2 and earlier kernels and guides from the 4.2.1 ones? Just a thought, as especially for those who haven't read far enough into each thing, they may not notice, which can result in someone flashing a 4.2.1 ROM with a 4.1.2 kernel and it soft bricking the device, and then they won't know why. Also with the kernels, some are incompatible with certain architectures (such as CM), so maybe make a small note about that if you notice any info on that from the various kernel pages?
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Also here's a link to MultiROM v4. It should probably o in a separate dual boot section.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=34577838
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Thanks. It would be useful to have some older ones (4.2, 4.1.2, especially stock/deodexed ROMs) indexed as well.
I will be adding them at some point, even the 4.1.2 ROMs, but if the ROM hasn't been active for a while then I won't add them or ill add a new section for the inactive ROMs. That's something I'll think about for now.
As mentioned though, if there's any you think should be in here then just let me know
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Some of those Kernels are incompatible with 4.2.1, as are some of those guides, so maybe separate the 4.1.2 and earlier kernels and guides from the 4.2.1 ones? Just a thought, as especially for those who haven't read far enough into each thing, they may not notice, which can result in someone flashing a 4.2.1 ROM with a 4.1.2 kernel and it soft bricking the device, and then they won't know why. Also with the kernels, some are incompatible with certain architectures (such as CM), so maybe make a small note about that if you notice any info on that from the various kernel pages?
I'll definitely do that as I understand that it could cause confusion at the moment.
If you could help out with some of the guides, that would be great because just doing a quick search yesterday didn't yield too many results in regards to the guides/tutorials.
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Also here's a link to MultiROM v4. It should probably o in a separate dual boot section.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=34577838
I had noticed that yesterday but didn't add it because I was unsure of where it would fit into and I'm still not sure to be honest lol.
I'm thinking that it should probably have it's own section, but considering it's the only one, is a separate section really needed :what:

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Maybe in an "Other" section along with the Official Ubuntu for Nexus 7 thread?
 
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I will be adding them at some point, even the 4.1.2 ROMs, but if the ROM hasn't been active for a while then I won't add them or ill add a new section for the inactive ROMs. That's something I'll think about for now.
As mentioned though, if there's any you think should be in here then just let me know

I'll definitely do that as I understand that it could cause confusion at the moment.
If you could help out with some of the guides, that would be great because just doing a quick search yesterday didn't yield too many results in regards to the guides/tutorials.

I had noticed that yesterday but didn't add it because I was unsure of where it would fit into and I'm still not sure to be honest lol.
I'm thinking that it should probably have it's own section, but considering it's the only one, is a separate section really needed :what:

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I'll let you know which ones I see that fall into those categories. I've read through many of the threads you listed, and I do know that some will cause problems (especially the incompatible kernels, as a lot of people have been freaking out when they hit a soft brick and can't figure out why). I'll put up a post a little later during them a bit from what I remember.

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