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[ROM] [Weekly] [Unofficial] [4.4.2] CarbonRom KK Unofficial

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2nd March 2014, 03:12 AM   |  #1  
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Update: m7vzw is now an officially supported device. I will be suspending all development. Have a good day.

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I am not responsible for anything that may happen to your device.

Introduction
This is my first ROM that I have tried to port. It has been running smoothly for the past few days and thought I would share it. I will be keeping up with the nightlies as they are released. Carbon Rom is a highly customizable fork of the popular Android Open Source Project (AOSP).

About Carbon
CarbonRom is an aftermarket firmware based on the Android Open Source Project. We are dedicated to fast, stable, and feature-filled roms, honesty and communication with our users, and openness with our code. We like frequent builds, with the very latest and greatest hardware support and fixes. We strive to not only provide you with the best rom we can build, but also to give back to the Android community and our fellow developers. For us, this is about creating something we can be proud of and hope you will enjoy.
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Features

https://carbon-rom.com/features/

Changelog

https://carbon-rom.com/changes/

Downloads

Weekly Folder
Verizon HTC One Weekly Folder- http://www.androidfilehost.com/?w=files&flid=12797


GAPPS
PA GAPPS- http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2397942
Carbon GAPPS- http://www.androidfilehost.com/gapps

Credits
  • Thanks to the Carbon team for their great ROM
  • Thanks to daavvis and mmuzzy for their help through the process and all the hours spent helping me out!
  • Thanks to the Paranoid Android Team
  • Thanks to the Cyanogenmod Team

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CarbonRom KK Unofficial, a ROM for the Verizon HTC One

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skiman10
ROM OS Version: 4.4.x KitKat
Based On: AOSP

Version Information
Status: Beta

Created 2014-03-02
Last Updated 2014-03-26
Last edited by skiman10; 7th June 2014 at 05:09 AM.
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2nd March 2014, 03:16 AM   |  #2  
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Nice work!
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Nice work!

Thanks for the feedback man! It means a lot. Hope you enjoy!

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2nd March 2014, 02:10 PM   |  #4  
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Thanks for the feedback man! It means a lot. Hope you enjoy!

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Everything I tried seemed to be working well. Some pretty cool features! I did have signal issues, though. On the first flash I had no signal. I flashed again and got a good signal, but when I came back to a Sense Rom my signal dropped out and wouldn't come back so I just had to flash the stock recovery and do a factory reset. Not a huge deal. Also, I'm pretty sure the signal issue can be attributed to something I did. I'll try it again later today. Thanks for the great work!

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Everything I tried seemed to be working well. Some pretty cool features! I did have signal issues, though. On the first flash I had no signal. I flashed again and got a good signal, but when I came back to a Sense Rom my signal dropped out and wouldn't come back so I just had to flash the stock recovery and do a factory reset. Not a huge deal. Also, I'm pretty sure the signal issue can be attributed to something I did. I'll try it again later today. Thanks for the great work!

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I'll look into it. Which one did you flash? 2/28 or 3/01? Thanks for the feedback!

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I'll look into it. Which one did you flash? 2/28 or 3/01? Thanks for the feedback!

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It would have been 2/28. It was a clean install, but I think my original signal issue was because I flashed the Elite Lunar kernal directly after the Rom...I didn't do a full reboot or anything before. When I reflashed without the kernal, the signal was fine. Not sure what caused the signal drop when I came back to Sense, but I think that's been a minor issue with several AOSP roms. And again, it could just be all attributed to the way I originally flashed the Rom.

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It would have been 2/28. It was a clean install, but I think my original signal issue was because I flashed the Elite Lunar kernal directly after the Rom...I didn't do a full reboot or anything before. When I reflashed without the kernal, the signal was fine. Not sure what caused the signal drop when I came back to Sense, but I think that's been a minor issue with several AOSP roms. And again, it could just be all attributed to the way I originally flashed the Rom.

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That would do it. Thanks for trying it out bud. Appreciate it!

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Everything I tried seemed to be working well. Some pretty cool features! I did have signal issues, though. On the first flash I had no signal. I flashed again and got a good signal, but when I came back to a Sense Rom my signal dropped out and wouldn't come back so I just had to flash the stock recovery and do a factory reset. Not a huge deal. Also, I'm pretty sure the signal issue can be attributed to something I did. I'll try it again later today. Thanks for the great work!

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You aren't actually seeing a signal drop at all. Sense roms fake the signal to make you think you have a better signal than you do. -90db of LTE on sense would give you 5 bars but with AOSP you would see 2. You have the exact same signal.

OP, how is the battery life? Can I expect to get at least 30ish hours of charge with 2 hours of screen on time?
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You aren't actually seeing a signal drop at all. Sense roms fake the signal to make you think you have a better signal than you do. -90db of LTE on sense would give you 5 bars but with AOSP you would see 2. You have the exact same signal.

OP, how is the battery life? Can I expect to get at least 30ish hours of charge with 2 hours of screen on time?

Ya I know that. When I said I had no signal on my original flash I meant I had no signal. When I said my signal dropped out when I came back to the sense rom I meant it dropped out...no signal. The problem was how I flashed the rom, but had nothing to with Sense faking bars.

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OP, how is the battery life? Can I expect to get at least 30ish hours of charge with 2 hours of screen on time?

I am not really a battery guru guy. I was getting about 15 hours with heavy use. I don't really know screen on time though. I don't pour over my battery stats sorry.


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