Well I'm stuck again. I got it installed after I updated my CWM and I can't get past the bootscreen. I've redownloaded and wiped multiple times still nothing. I've even tried to install without flashing the gapps. Nothing. Any thoughts?
Gummy ROM is made for speed, stability and to stay as closely in line with AOSP as possible while still supporting a large amount of devices and giving you all of the features you love. It isn’t slowed down by features you’ll never use nor is it so slim as to be just another AOSP build.*
* New base built from AOSP
* Status Bar Mods
* Hardware Key Mod
* Many Wallpapers
* Performance Control
* Application Permission Controls
* Carrier Label Options
* Lock clock widget
* Theme Manager
Whats not working...
* what else (you tell us)
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Instructions for installations:
1. Download ROM
2. Download Gapps
3. Push to sdcard
4. Reboot Recovery
5. Wipe Data and Cache
6. Install ROM
7. Install Gapps
8. Reboot System
- Thank you to Cyanogenmod for device and hardware repositories. Without this, porting * * Gummy to QCOM devices would have been nearly impossible.
- Thank you to Google for the best source code.
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Team Members: In alphabetical order
Developers and Device Maintainers:
Bkjolly, BytecodeMe, DHacker29, Hashcode, hedwig34, Papi92, TDM, Xoomdev
Artwork direction and development
ChadFrankos, Cphelps76, Kejar31
GAPPS - we now recommend PA-Gapps
As of 2/19 the build is know know as d2lte. You can download it here:
@ispot what recovery are you using and is it up to date? Have you tried wiping everything? If it has been a while and you flash a lot, Odin to stock may be a good idea anyway.
Edit. What sd path are you looking for the external sd in.
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I see no activity with this rom is it dead. Just asking anybody
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does the dev take requests for cherry picking and does the sdcard works on es file explorer