alb-o - Junior Member - Detroit, MI, United States - XDA Forums
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  • About alb-o
    Service provider
    U.S.A. - AT&T
    Detroit, MI
    Home country
    United States
    hardware hacking, linux
    Student - Comp Science/Network Sec
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    LG Optimus G Pro - whatever works
    ASUS TF300t - xubuntu 14.04
  • Devices
    Asus Transformer TF300T
    LG Optimus G Pro


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  • Last Activity: 11th July 2018 03:26 AM
  • Last Login: 1st January 1970 12:00 AM
  • Join Date: 26th December 2012
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thats a good point, when i was looking around XDA earlier i saw a few mentions of it but diddnt see anything very specific and was late for class so diddnt have time to look for too long. strangely enough mine actually started working normally aga...
i fixed the problem with my rootfs with a script that i will be linking to that installs the correct modules for the 2.2.9 kernel as well as a modified rc.local, some scripts to make bluetooth work, and creates the correct user groups to get wifi ...
Which rootfs is more stable to use? The OP or the 13.04 posted not long ago? the 13.04 rootfs kept giving me various problems even when i redownloaded it multiple times. IMO the rootfs from the OP is more stable.
my android desktop + my linux desktop. if i could just altogether get rid of android on my tablet i would, i hardly ever use it and when i do its just for xbmc.