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[ROM][UB][4.4.2][KVT49L] Unofficial AOKP [Nightly-2]

4th April 2014, 10:47 AM |#41  
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Thanks will give it a try. I was using ds battery saver earlier though. But I see this one does not switch off the data connections on standby. That sounds good.


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No Back button issues

Neither on heavy app? On slimkat it's happening fewly, but sometimes it does...
What about wifi theter? i tested old version and don't remember if it was working :P
5th April 2014, 03:39 PM |#43  
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i will try to install this app but i have two questions,nfc work or not on this rom? and how much have free ram


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9th April 2014, 06:10 AM |#44  
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Neither on heavy app? On slimkat it's happening fewly, but sometimes it does...
What about wifi theter? i tested old version and don't remember if it was working :P

on heavy apps it does create issues with Keyboard and back button sometimes. Its very random and does not happen all the time. But I like this KK build more than the other. It is very lag free and responsive.

As for wifi tether, I've never used that feature so not sure. Maybe some other members can suggest?
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