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Question Any way to make my i9500 an AOSP with 4.4.2?

16th March 2014, 04:35 PM |#1  
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So far I had notice there are some proyects with unwiz interface or CM, but nothing seem to be working at 100%. Why is this? Is there a way to have a pure AOSP in my i9500? With 4.4.2? If not, why? When should I expect to be able?

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So far I had notice there are some proyects with unwiz interface or CM, but nothing seem to be working at 100%. Why is this? Is there a way to have a pure AOSP in my i9500? With 4.4.2? If not, why? When should I expect to be able?

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Try this one sir
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2669569
Everything work fine.
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There's the CM11 nightlies, don't know how stable they are.
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