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How hard to port T-Mobile ROM?

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6th April 2014, 03:49 PM   |  #1  
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As Dev is booming in T-Mobile section, how hard is it to port a ROM for use on our phones? I have basic ROM building skills and such so in my boredom may take a stab given a proper start...

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Shouldn't be hard at all. Just remove the T-Mobile junk, change APN settings and some build.prop settings.

I am willing to test if you want to take this on.

I am personally desperate for new ROMs.

Just remember to ask any ROM dev for permission to port.

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