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[ROM][AOSP][Linaro]CarbonRom Nightlies/Releases [t0lte]

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7th February 2013, 07:34 AM |#11  
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7th February 2013, 08:32 AM |#12  
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Re: [ROM][AOSP][LINARO] CarbonRom JB 4.2.1 [t0lte] Feb 6
Morfic kernels on the Note 2 is awesome!
Great job guys and can't wait to see this evolve.

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7th February 2013, 11:09 AM |#13  
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Re: [ROM][AOSP][LINARO] CarbonRom JB 4.2.1 [t0lte] Feb 6
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Morfic kernels on the Note 2 is awesome!
Great job guys and can't wait to see this evolve.

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That's in the works...at the moment this ships with kejar31s kernel

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As for the voodoo sound apk, its not ours to distribute, as long as mods and supercurio have no issue with Tiffany hosting it I don't see the issue..

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7th February 2013, 11:26 AM |#14  
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nice to see this here!
Did anyone install yet, and, does BT call audio work properly, or still have the cm 10.1 issues?

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7th February 2013, 01:37 PM |#15  
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in case anyone is wondering, the delay in seeing the boot animation is due to added support for boot audio. we haven't included any in there, but if you want, you can do so by placing any mp3 named boot_audio.mp3 in /system/media.
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Holy S***t this flies

Thank you!!!
7th February 2013, 04:42 PM |#17  
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Question for those that have installed this does it offer the option to save photos to the sd card with the included camera?
7th February 2013, 05:18 PM |#18  
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Not to seem at all ungrateful, but - several people have asked without response about the status of Bluetooth in-call audio, with no response from the developer. Before I flash this and begin testing, I have two questions:

[rant]
1 - Is there source available for this build, and will it be shared?
2 - Is this going to be turned into abandonware, as the previous LiquidROM instance appears to have been. It's not been updated since 01/26, and the thread was recently locked without any details from the OP. If I'm going to flash something, I'd like to be at least certain that someone's going to be available to work with me (and others) on fixing the release and that this isn't just going to be dropped when something more interesting comes along.
[/rant]

That said, I'd be more than happy to help out with this, as it looks exciting.
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7th February 2013, 06:42 PM |#19  
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Re: [ROM][AOSP][LINARO] CarbonRom JB 4.2.1 [t0lte] Feb 6
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Not to seem at all ungrateful, but - several people have asked without response about the status of Bluetooth in-call audio, with no response from the developer. Before I flash this and begin testing, I have two questions:

[rant]
1 - Is there source available for this build, and will it be shared?
2 - Is this going to be turned into abandonware, as the previous LiquidROM instance appears to have been. It's not been updated since 01/26, and the thread was recently locked without any details from the OP. If I'm going to flash something, I'd like to be at least certain that someone's going to be available to work with me (and others) on fixing the release and that this isn't just going to be dropped when something more interesting comes along.
[/rant]

That said, I'd be more than happy to help out with this, as it looks exciting.

Bluetooth in call is messed up, and probably will be for a while, until Entropy or codeworkx decide to take a look at it. Its messed up, with no insight to being fixed.

1. Source is already published in the OP. Second or third paragraph.
2. Just because a dev locks the thread that means everyone must know details? Let's just say there is no more *team liquid*, Things happen.

The Carbon group has more knowledgeable people involved than liquid.

If you don't need in call Bluetooth, flash. It will see updates. If you need in call Bluetooth ALL AOSP ROMs will have the same issue.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by bofhemeritus

Not to seem at all ungrateful, but - several people have asked without response about the status of Bluetooth in-call audio, with no response from the developer. Before I flash this and begin testing, I have two questions:

[rant]
1 - Is there source available for this build, and will it be shared?
2 - Is this going to be turned into abandonware, as the previous LiquidROM instance appears to have been. It's not been updated since 01/26, and the thread was recently locked without any details from the OP. If I'm going to flash something, I'd like to be at least certain that someone's going to be available to work with me (and others) on fixing the release and that this isn't just going to be dropped when something more interesting comes along.
[/rant]

That said, I'd be more than happy to help out with this, as it looks exciting.

This is the opposite of abandonware, its a VERY rigoruous continuation and overhaul of the previous project. I have spent ~60 hours or so working on this in the last week so flash and see for yourself...we plan on putting out updates far more frequently than the previous team did..
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