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Wink Gin2KitKat for MDPI devices?

15th March 2014, 09:24 PM |#1  
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Hi guys!
I have been using Xperia Mini Pro for 2 years. This phone is very great, has a keyboard which is big advantage
But it have one issue - the best system is GingerBread because ICS is very slow and next Android versions like JellyBean are great, but they don't have camera libs, so pictures are bad. Nowadays GingerBread looks ugly. Everything looks totally outdated.
I started searching for some ROMs and finally I found Gin2JelllyBean for ours MDPIs. The problem is that it's outdated to original. The version is 2.4.0 when base is going to be 3.2.0.
I tried porting it from Xperia Pro (because it have keyboard) and it works but there are some glitches and problems. I don't know if I did it ok because I see some force closes :/
What do you think about porting this amazing rom to ours MDPI phones? I know that it's very crazy idea and I don't know if it's ok to post thread about this. So if it's wrong, PM me and delete this post - I won't be angry or something like this. Simply, I'm newbie in Android developement and I am asking you about it.

Cheers!

Ps. Sorry for my english.
 
 
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