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    About me: Nandi Family | Techno FAQ | Music Please!

    My phones/tablets:

    #1 HTC HD2
    OS: Android NexusHD2-JellyBean-CM10 by tytung with DataOnEXT
    Recovery: TWRP extended

    #2 Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7" (GT-P3100)
    ROM: Stock JellyBean 4.1.1, rooted and busybox installed
    Recovery: TWRP

    #3 Nokia C7
    Firmware: Symbian Belle Refresh

    #4 HTC Tattoo (retired)
    ROM: CyanogenMod


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This ROM is smoother than 4.1 ROMs. Thanks seaman2k. Just a few bugs need to be fixed and it can a daily use ROM. Well, you could try doing this: 1. Fix the hot reboot while toggling location services/GPS. 2. Fix the flickering in camera, camcor...
I'm using simple2ext. Easiest script so far. No performance drops and no low sound issues. Flash ICS_simple2ext.zip file from here http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=22244462&postcount=4980 Boot phone and then update S2E to the lates...
DSP Manager comes from CM. When I built this ROM from CM source code, it's there. In other words, it is not necessary. You can remove it. I also notice that DSP Manager is run as a background service. Maybe I should consider removing this app next...
< I finally remembered what my 'problem' was with cLK many years ago and why I decided on Magldr back then. In a word: PPP. RMNET was quite a bit more stable. Any chance of someday adding rmnet? You know, when you are truly bored! :D:D:D...
Umm well, regarding eth0 and tiwlan0, they are just hardware access points for the required device. The Unix/Linux system often puts all devices as files in /dev/. So when it needs to call a particular device, it calls that file and output to that...