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    "Don't confuse me with facts, I've already made up my mind!"

    AT&T HTC One X - 4.2.2 CleanROM-odexed/Xposed/ElementalX
    Nexus 5 32GB
    Nexus 7 32GB (2013)
    Nexus 4 8GB-Moved to Better Home!
    Nexus 7 16GB-Moved to Better Home!.
    Nexus 7 32GB-Moved to Better Home!

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  • Last Activity: 9th March 2017 02:37 AM
  • Last Login: 1st January 1970 01:00 AM
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And for the third point.. Now why would you want to allow ads in some apps If they're not intrusive, to support the developers. It's up to you, if you don't want it, don't use it. I have a question and I honestly mean no disrespect but what d...
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Is there a way to block webrtc native in this no ad version? https://diafygi.github.io/webrtc-ips/ Yes! Currently, on every mobile version of Chrome (stable, beta, dev) and #NoChromo you can disable webrtc using a chrome flag. Just type chrome:...
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flar2 I just wanted to say that after being a long term user of your kernels on my One X and N7 I finally jumped on the .21 release when it came out. Unlike my One X and N7 which are both running slightly overclocked, I didn't think my Nexus 5 re...
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I'm just relaying my experiences and make no guarantees that you will see the same results that I have but I think most everyone should. First of all, for a long time now I had the SystemUpdateService$Receiver disabled in Google Services Framework...
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Out of curiosity I wanted to see the difference in data usage of the browsers that I have installed on my Nexus 7 (2013) and to show what the difference would be if/when using data compression and adblocking. The easiest method I could think of wa...