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    Nexus 5x, Nexus 5; OmniROM -- T-Mobile US, 3 UK
    Formerly: Samsung Galaxy S 4G; OmniROM 4.4.4, Team Acid CM9 source, Hefe Kernel of Darkness, KG4 modem.

    FreeBSD, Ubuntu, MacOS X, OpenWRT
    Motorola Micro-TAC ("Micro" ) Nokia 2160, 8260, 6681, E70, N900, then had to move on


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This all started a couple weeks ago when I posted on a thread about ICS Kernels that if you wanted a different ICS kernel, you should compile your own. Well, just to make sure I wasn't being too far out of line, I did. The last two weeks has given...
A long, long time ago, in a land far far away... ...there was a king of an empire on a peninsula near what we today call China. He had great scientists that made devices that let you magically talk with people in other places. However, one ...
There has been a lot of reports of WiFi not performing as well with the current crop of ICS ROMs as compared to GB ROMs. There certainly is a difference in the reported signal strength between them; that is not debated. The question is if there is...
Hefe Kernel Of Darkness This is a hack, a pretty ugly one at that. This is a "quick build" to provide a kernel that comes close to disabling the touchkey backlights "completely." (They do turn on while you are touching the key.) BLN may o...
How to test it yourself: First, realize that anything, metal, plastic, wood, a glass of water, your mouse, your body, even your hand, within about two feet of your phone or the AP can dramatically change how it receives and sends the 2.4 GHz radi...