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Hey guys I am so torn right now with choosing this device. I currently have sprint with a gnex, and am looking at the optimus g or the note 2. The only thing I'm torn about is developer support. I would like to know how things are on your phones as far as custom stuff. I know you can unlock the bootloader now which is huge but how is the jelly bean support for the sprint version so far?

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Custom rom are slowly coming, currently there's support for CM10, AOKP and AOSP.

LG is also providing source code, so there's way for more in the future.

as for the JB support for the sprint, you can look in the LGOG Sprint section, people there will be more aware of this!
 
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Don't try it. I did it for my OGEvo and things got ugly quickly!

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Don't try it. I did it for my OGEvo and things got ugly quickly!

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Do what?

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Custom rom are slowly coming, currently there's support for CM10, AOKP and AOSP.

LG is also providing source code, so there's way for more in the future.

as for the JB support for the sprint, you can look in the LGOG Sprint section, people there will be more aware of this!
There is aosp support? I haven't seen any is there a specific ROM your talking about?

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Nothing for the sprint one yet?

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I don't know, I don't have a sprint LGOG, so I'm not realy following the Dev's there!
 
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Nothing for the sprint one yet?

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I flashed onto AOSP, so far so good. Excellent battery life on my E971. Getting 1 hr more screen time and not as much Android OS usage compared to stock. So far im at 12 hours on battery with 1 hr 35min of screen time and only at 51%. Only problem is that I miss the notification light, but thats a small price to pay for the newest OS and excellent battery life :P

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