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[ROM] Gingerbread-2.3.4 (Codename Phoenix, released on 2011-10-20)

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1st September 2011, 05:11 AM |#4321  
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It will be .32 most probably cause .35 is a little buggy and andy clearly said that he doesn't have time to work on kernels


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1st September 2011, 05:34 AM |#4322  
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It will be .32 most probably cause .35 is a little buggy and andy clearly said that he doesn't have time to work on kernels


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I hope for .32 because fserve's Franco's kernel based battery life its the greatest


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1st September 2011, 05:43 AM |#4323  
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It will be .32 most probably cause .35 is a little buggy and andy clearly said that he doesn't have time to work on kernels


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i never sayed i use the .32 version instead of francos kernel
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i never sayed i use the .32 version instead of francos kernel

LOL

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Can't wait to load my LG P500 with Andys NUKE
My LG P500 must surivive until summer 2012. Then I will go for a new Smartphone or maybe old school mobilephone. Depends on the security discussion and stuff
My old Samsung SGH-D500 is still able to do the same good job =)
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Then I will go for a new Smartphone or maybe old school mobilephone.

Suuuuuuuure... I'll give you 1 week tops for you to return to a smartphone ASAP
Anyways, Andy is still not done with THE rom, so better we let him finish at his own pace! ^^b
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interesting article, i dont know that - but, it explains something about hick up's on our phone

http://www.mail-archive.com/android-.../msg30407.html
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interesting article, i dont know that - but, it explains something about hick up's on our phone

http://www.mail-archive.com/android-.../msg30407.html

Thanks

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@andy572, thanks a lot for sharing it. informative.
2nd September 2011, 05:34 AM |#4330  
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interesting article, i dont know that - but, it explains something about hick up's on our phone

http://www.mail-archive.com/android-.../msg30407.html

And thats why i use the permission management on cm7 its really handy we can deny any permission we want for any app. AOSP doesnt have that feature i think.

@andy may be include permission management if possible.

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