Question Custom roms for Pixel 6 pro

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StrangerWeather

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I was a noob too when I joined XDA 10 years ago. Eventually I learned how to root my phone, started flashing roms and kernels, then started building roms, then learned coding, started developing my own apps etc etc. I very much appreciated all the help I got along the way from XDA members, and the positivity was heart-warming. I am sad to hear that developers are now abandoning XDA because of noobs. The ethos of XDA is to help everyone and I like that...
 

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I was a noob too when I joined XDA 10 years ago. Eventually I learned how to root my phone, started flashing roms and kernels, then started building roms, then learned coding, started developing my own apps etc etc. I very much appreciated all the help I got along the way from XDA members, and the positivity was heart-warming. I am sad to hear that developers are now abandoning XDA because of noobs. The ethos of XDA is to help everyone and I like that...
Couldn't agree with this more. 👍
 

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    Why has development migrated to tg?
    Too many n00bs cluttering developers threads with posts that don't contribute to development. It gets annoying fast when people keep re-asking the same question that has already been answered multiple times in the thread or is answered in the original post, or complain about bugs without providing a logcat or at least details on how to reproduce the issue.

    I remember when XDA used to be about Android development, but as it gained popularity over the years it started to become more of a general Android/smartphone/tech help and support forum.
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    Too many n00bs cluttering developers threads with posts that don't contribute to development. It gets annoying fast when people keep re-asking the same question that has already been answered multiple times in the thread or is answered in the original post, or complain about bugs without providing a logcat or at least details on how to reproduce the issue.

    I remember when XDA used to be about Android development, but as it gained popularity over the years it started to become more of a general Android/smartphone/tech help and support forum.
    Telegram is full of noobs too lol
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    I was a noob too when I joined XDA 10 years ago. Eventually I learned how to root my phone, started flashing roms and kernels, then started building roms, then learned coding, started developing my own apps etc etc. I very much appreciated all the help I got along the way from XDA members, and the positivity was heart-warming. I am sad to hear that developers are now abandoning XDA because of noobs. The ethos of XDA is to help everyone and I like that...
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    I was a noob too when I joined XDA 10 years ago. Eventually I learned how to root my phone, started flashing roms and kernels, then started building roms, then learned coding, started developing my own apps etc etc. I very much appreciated all the help I got along the way from XDA members, and the positivity was heart-warming. I am sad to hear that developers are now abandoning XDA because of noobs. The ethos of XDA is to help everyone and I like that...
    Couldn't agree with this more. 👍
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    Ahh I'm finally getting the hint. Why has development migrated to tg? I've never even used tg lol.