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[ROM][SGH-I317 / t0lteatt][KK][4.4.4] CyanogenMod 11 official nightlies

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18th January 2013, 04:52 PM |#21  
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Awesome work madmack, codeworkx and everyone else involved!
 
 
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Awesome work guys... I'm very pleased with this! Only issue I've encountered so far is when speaking to Google Now it seems to struggle with voice commands. I'll keep testing to see if I notice anything else. Thanks for all the hard work!
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Can the i317m's (Canadians) also flash? Just a precautionary measure

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Any idea if Bluetooth will be fixed any time soon as I actually use that allot with my headphones.

BTW if anyone is looking to trade their GRAY Note 2 for a White LNIB Note 2 send me a PM. : )

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I woke up to find this awesome gift!!! Madmack, congrats bud!!!

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Are there any options to disable the hardware buttons and show the navigation bar? Or am I going to have to wait for a ROM?
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Can the i317m's (Canadians) also flash? Just a precautionary measure

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I'm on Telus with i317m and flashed with no issues. Do not be afraid.
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OP does not mention TWRP compatibility. Clockwork is the only recovery supported?

MANY THANKS TO EVERYONE INVOLVED!
(Any chance of a detailed post on how, why and what you guys did so we can learn?)
18th January 2013, 05:19 PM |#29  
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omgomgomgomgomg! it's like a dream come true! thank you so much madmack, codenamex and every other dev who was involved in making this possible much appreciated!

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OP does not mention TWRP compatibility. Clockwork is the only recovery supported?

MANY THANKS TO EVERYONE INVOLVED!
(Any chance of a detailed post on how, why and what you guys did so we can learn?)

TWRP worked for me.
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Can LTE be completely turned off so there is no battery drainage, since my area has no lte?

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