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  • About iarejohnsmith
    Service provider
    U.S.A. - AT&T
    Home country
    United States
    Biography
    u kno what it ih
    Occupation
    Student
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    Current:
    Unlocked HTC One M9 Stock and Unrooted (for now)
    Nexus 9 running AICP and ElementalX Kernel by flar2
    Previous:
    Nexus 7 (OG) running F2FS OptiPop by freak_97 and M-Kernel by Metallice
    AT&T HTC One running ARHD by Mike1986 and ElementalX Kernel by flar2
    Motorola Atrix 2 running ICSuperCharged v7 by rdavisct (never forget the A2!)
  • Devices
    Motorola Atrix 2
    Nexus 7
    AT&T HTC One
    Nexus 9
    HTC One (M9)

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  • Last Activity: 7th October 2018 09:29 AM
  • Last Login: 1st January 1970 12:00 AM
  • Join Date: 10th March 2012
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So I've seen people talk about the looping-encryption problem here, so here are some new details from a worst-case scenario I had yesterday. Tried to install Dirty Unicorns, had never flashed a vendor before, so accidentally flashed one meant for...
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Lol never again devoting an entire day to waiting for a ROM release, even one as enticing as ARHD KitKat. My eyes hurt from staring at the screen and reading through (literally) hundreds of new thread pages for updates. Lesson learned. ;) Thanks ...
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Regarding OP's inquiry about the Sensation vs. Atrix 2... Spec wise they are even, each phone takes a couple categories, but you probably already knew that. Since the bootloader is unlocked on the Sensation, it has a ton more ROMs and is way eas...
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I've had this tablet since the big sale in the winter, using it mostly for gaming (FIFA 16 mobile with those graphics tho) and reading PDFs. Never got around to rooting and ROMing because of school. I've experienced the usual minor frustrations: h...
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Well. The new HTC device is perfect condition. HTC rep informed me that Asurion (the insurance company for sprint, T-Mobile, and att) just repackages the m9s that are returned. All carriers do this according to the rep. So I didn't even get a fact...