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  • About j3di
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    Interests
    RC Helicopters, novice ROM swapper
    Occupation
    Railway Signalling Tech
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    Galaxy S8+ (Exynos)
    [ROM:] Stock
    [Kernel:] Stock
    [GApps:] Stock
    [Recovery:] Stock

    [Graveyard:>]| Galaxy S7 Edge | Nexus 6P | Galaxy S6 | OnePlus One | Nexus 5 | Oppo Find 5 | Nexus 4 | Galaxy SIII | Galaxy SII | iPhone4 | Nexus One | HTC Desire | HTC Magic | Nokia 6500-S | Eten Glofiish X800 | Motorola KRZR K1 | Nokia E61 | Sony Ericsson K750 | O2 X3 | Sony Ericsson T610 | Nokia 3510 | Sony CMD-Z5 | Nokia 3210 | Motorola StarTAC | Motorola 7200 |

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  • Last Activity: 13th August 2017 08:58 AM
  • Last Login: 1st January 1970 12:00 AM
  • Join Date: 28th September 2009
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I think recent posts go to remind users of an important point. If you depend on your device for whatever reason, you should not be flashing Nightlies. Things can and will break without notice. A Nightly is just proof that CM builds for each devic...
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Where has the CM forum discipline gone? If you're having issues, ensure you are running the stock kernel before reporting it here, that's just the way it should be.
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I've dirty flashed (not wiping data) the last few weeks of nightlies all the way up to flashing the latest m6. Had no problems or had to reset anything. However have had some random reboots, force closes, and Bluetooth issues with nightlies. Nothi...
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Considering many people are flashing M releases on top of Night lies, here is a reminder about the different streams (copied from FB page) So what are the release streams? There are effectively 3 release streams for CM: Nightlies, M/Stable...
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Cool will try it. Any idea what the benefits are? Sent from my Nexus 5 Much, much better battery life in a nutshell!