Remove All Ads from XDA


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By 'cooleagle', Retired Forum Moderator on 9th November 2012, 07:05 PM
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NOTICE: If You did not create the ROM, KERNEL, FIX, MOD, APP, HACK, GUIDE, or if it's not a SOURCE CODE then it should go to Nexus 4 General as it doesn't belong in Development.

If your thread can be phrased as a question, it DEFINITELY doesn't belong in Development either, post in in the Nexus Q & A section. If you post it in Development it will be moved/closed and you may get an infraction or a ban.

There is only 1 exception, stock ROMs are allowed, as long as the link does not require a registration to download the ROM.

You may start planning a [DEV] topic in the General or Q & A section and then have it moved to the Android Development section once the actual Development has started.

☞ Development is classified as original work and/or documented edits and changes made to others work (with their permission) that makes it your own.
  • Stock ROM dumps that are modified (deodexed, etc.) from the manufacturer's original intent and then repackaged together classifies as development.
  • Kernel's and Recovery obviously classify as development as they are modified and compiled from source
☞ Themes are graphical/visual changes made to a ROM which make's the ROM visually different from the original work, i.e. different battery icons, a blue-color scheme, etc. They may be packaged up together with a full ROM and deployed the same way. Simply running a script (not made by you) to deodex and then packaging other people's work/MOD's into one place does not constitute original development.

Follow the FORUM RULES and the XDA MANTRA and we'll all get along and enjoy this community!

Thank you for your cooperation & thanks to jerdog for writing this wonderful explanation.
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