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  • About mostyle
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    U.S.A. - AT&T
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    Langley, SC
    Home country
    United States
    Biography
    Dazed, Confused, and blissfully tuned out.
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    Full time tech nerd
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    Current device: Pixel 3 XL (Stock but rooted)
    Previous devices: Pixel XL, Nexus 6P, TMobile Galaxy S5, Google Nexus 5, AT&T Galaxy S4, AT&T Galaxy Note II, AT&T Galaxy S2 (Skyrocket)
    Locked bootloaders are the devil!

    Definition of development finally explained with visuals included.
    (Miss this chap!)
  • Devices
    Huawei Nexus 6P

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Hey all. My first mod on the GNII. It's the result of ideas I had (modifying tetheringprovision.apk) and a bud (Electron73) had (modifying framework-res.apk) to restore the innate tethering ability of Android that AT$T loves to nuke for some rea...
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Original concept taken this thread but when I noticed that it hadn't been updated in a while and the OP stated that he had abandoned the path I figured I'd step up.. This mod is super easy so I'll try to keep it updated to the current iteration...
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Hello everyone. Recently having gotten the Pixel XL coming from the Nexus 6P I noticed when attempting to enable tethering that the Pixel tried to call out to see if my device was provisioned or not and would fail because even though I use Str...
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Check it out here. http://androidnews.co.in/2013/11/23/cyanogenmod-11-official-boot-animation/ If someone can create a flashable zip would be great. Here you go.. Enjoy....
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I found in this thread a reference to HBO Go. I got to thinking.. What if the app were actually compatible.. So, after decompiling the APK.. Low and behold there was a routine called IsDeviceCompatible().. There is one jnz based on p0 flag.. ...