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[ROM] [B370] [AROMA] XnetfoX eXtreme 2.0 for Honor 7 PLK-L01

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Icetea

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you want to get my email address in front of downloading your rom??:confused:
Forget it!:D I like my privacy!

BTW:
i use YODA rom v9 &MoDaCo kernel together now and this combination will have nearly the same features as your rom. So it is not necessary for me to change.

Why do you want to reinvent the wheel again?
 
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devilz-wolit

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you want to get my email address in front of downloading your rom??:confused:
Forget it!:D I like my privacy!

BTW:
i use YODA rom v9 &MoDaCo kernel together now and this combination will have nearly the same features as your rom. So it is not necessary for me to change.

Why do you want to reinvent the wheel again?
Nobody forces you to change but Yoga is a B330 and you can upgrade when version 10 will be released This is a B370.
 

devilz-wolit

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@devilz-wolit then why don't you use AFH, Google drive or mediafire?
I mean; usually every dev wants his ROM to be popular. If every user has to ask for a link... that does not help I guess.

The legal rules imposed by Mega is also true for the other cloud. Mega offers 50Gb free. Others much less. Each version of the Rom has approximately 2GB and after 10 updates on other cloud would not have more space. Also I work three devices so the free space I need is really a lot. And then I do not think costs nothing to ask the download link ... and popularity is not one of my needs.
 

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The legal rules imposed by Mega is also true for the other cloud. Mega offers 50Gb free. Others much less. Each version of the Rom has approximately 2GB and after 10 updates on other cloud would not have more space. Also I work three devices so the free space I need is really a lot. And then I do not think costs nothing to ask the download link ... and popularity is not one of my needs.

As a member of XDA, all you have to do is ask for developer access from AFH. @rwilco12 is the liaison for the site, and I have yet to see a size restriction on how much storage you can have, for free.

That being said, no registration of any kind is permitted for downloads, as per the rules.

11. Don’t post with the intention of selling something.
Don’t use XDA to advertise your product or service. Proprietors of for-pay products or services, may use XDA to get feedback, provide beta access, or a free version of their product for XDA users and to offer support, but not to post with the intention of selling. This includes promoting sites similar / substantially similar to XDA-Developers.com.
Do not post press releases, announcements, links to trial software or commercial services, unless you’re posting an exclusive release for XDA-Developers.com.
Encouraging members to participate in forum activities on other phone related sites is prohibited.
Off-site downloads are permitted if the site is non-commercial and does not require registration.
Off-site downloads from sites requiring registration are NOT encouraged but may be permitted if both of the following conditions are met:
A) The site belongs to a member of XDA-Developers with at least 1500 posts and 2 years membership, who actively maintains an XDA-Developers support thread(s) / posts, related to the download.
B) The site is a relatively small, personal website without commercial advertising / links (i.e. not a competitor forum-based site with purposes and aims similar to those of XDA-Developers.com.)

You cannot require users to provide email addresses for download.
Also, you're in violation of Rule 6:

6. Do not post or request warez.

If a piece of software requires you to pay to use it, then pay for it. We do not accept warez nor do we permit members to request, post, promote or describe ways in which warez, cracks, serial codes or other means of avoiding payment, can be obtained or used. This is a site of developers, i.e. the sort of people who create such software. When you cheat a software developer, you cheat us as a community.

com.estrongs.android.pop.pro is a paid software, not to be distributed.

This thread is closed and links removed until such a time that the software is removed and your download methods no longer require user registration in the form of requests via email.
 
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    No matter what you say, asking for a download link via e-mail sucks.
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    The legal rules imposed by Mega is also true for the other cloud. Mega offers 50Gb free. Others much less. Each version of the Rom has approximately 2GB and after 10 updates on other cloud would not have more space. Also I work three devices so the free space I need is really a lot. And then I do not think costs nothing to ask the download link ... and popularity is not one of my needs.

    As a member of XDA, all you have to do is ask for developer access from AFH. @rwilco12 is the liaison for the site, and I have yet to see a size restriction on how much storage you can have, for free.

    That being said, no registration of any kind is permitted for downloads, as per the rules.

    11. Don’t post with the intention of selling something.
    Don’t use XDA to advertise your product or service. Proprietors of for-pay products or services, may use XDA to get feedback, provide beta access, or a free version of their product for XDA users and to offer support, but not to post with the intention of selling. This includes promoting sites similar / substantially similar to XDA-Developers.com.
    Do not post press releases, announcements, links to trial software or commercial services, unless you’re posting an exclusive release for XDA-Developers.com.
    Encouraging members to participate in forum activities on other phone related sites is prohibited.
    Off-site downloads are permitted if the site is non-commercial and does not require registration.
    Off-site downloads from sites requiring registration are NOT encouraged but may be permitted if both of the following conditions are met:
    A) The site belongs to a member of XDA-Developers with at least 1500 posts and 2 years membership, who actively maintains an XDA-Developers support thread(s) / posts, related to the download.
    B) The site is a relatively small, personal website without commercial advertising / links (i.e. not a competitor forum-based site with purposes and aims similar to those of XDA-Developers.com.)

    You cannot require users to provide email addresses for download.
    Also, you're in violation of Rule 6:

    6. Do not post or request warez.

    If a piece of software requires you to pay to use it, then pay for it. We do not accept warez nor do we permit members to request, post, promote or describe ways in which warez, cracks, serial codes or other means of avoiding payment, can be obtained or used. This is a site of developers, i.e. the sort of people who create such software. When you cheat a software developer, you cheat us as a community.

    com.estrongs.android.pop.pro is a paid software, not to be distributed.

    This thread is closed and links removed until such a time that the software is removed and your download methods no longer require user registration in the form of requests via email.
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    @devilz-wolit then why don't you use AFH, Google drive or mediafire?
    I mean; usually every dev wants his ROM to be popular. If every user has to ask for a link... that does not help I guess.
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