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ROM [OFFICIAL][4.4.4]OnePlus AOSP

  1. erictjf
    KitKat Jul 24, 2014


    #41
  2. Mike
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 24, 2014

    Mike , Jul 24, 2014 :

    I just came from Slim, followed my own instructions (using TWRP actually) and had no problems.
     

    #42
    JosephGLittle and Tergon like this.
  3. sivasamraj
    Gingerbread Jul 24, 2014

    sivasamraj , Jul 24, 2014 :
    @Mike wow.. Great news. +1 for not voiding the warranty. ☺

    Will this keep the capacitive buttons or disable them and keep the on screen buttons?
     

    #43
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  4. billyling93
    Gingerbread Jul 24, 2014


    #44
  5. Danish2980
    Froyo Jul 24, 2014

    Danish2980 , Jul 24, 2014 :
    Did you use the official twrp?
     

    #45
  6. Danish2980
    Froyo Jul 24, 2014

    Danish2980 , Jul 24, 2014 :
    Would like to know this as well :)
     

    #46
  7. wesleyrpg
    Gingerbread Jul 24, 2014


    #47
  8. Rhokk
    Honeycomb Jul 24, 2014

    Rhokk , Jul 24, 2014 :
    I'm coming from a nexus 5, so I know and love stock. After a few days of CM, I have to say I like stock better... why?

    Well everybody says CM is more customizable but with stock and gravitybox, I have even more options than just CM or even CM + gravitybox! You see, many of the options in gravitybox just won't work because of CM's features.

    Take quicksettings for example, many more options in gravitybox but they won't work because CM has its own quicksettings which isn't as good. There are other options (lock screen) that won't work either due to CM's version of things.

    So for me... Stock ROM development is very nice!
     

    #48
  9. fragargon
    Jelly Bean Jul 24, 2014

    fragargon , Jul 24, 2014 :
    hi @Mike ,

    Looking forward to stock Aosp. Before flashing things on my device, i do a "look around"
    so i've got one question about the zip you provided.
    I see a firmware upgrade in your zip file which is a radio NON-HLOS.bin
    Could you tell us more about this firmware upgarde?

    thank you
     

    #49
  10. hmmwhatsthisdo
    Cupcake Jul 24, 2014

    hmmwhatsthisdo , Jul 24, 2014 :
    Thanks for standing up against toolkits. Those things infuriate me.

    "Well, I used $toolkit and I don't know how my phone broke..." - this is why people should know what it is they're doing when they work with Android.

    People should Never Settle with letting a toolkit doing the (not-all-that) heavy lifting.
     

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  11. mjh74
    Gingerbread Jul 24, 2014


    #51
  12. Mike
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 24, 2014

    Mike , Jul 24, 2014 :
    It uses hw buttons by default, behavior is menu - home - back with long-press menu for recents.
     

    #52
    cdisxm, mattc and sivasamraj like this.
  13. pitiperchistes
    Eclair Jul 24, 2014

  14. borceg
    Honeycomb Jul 24, 2014

    borceg , Jul 24, 2014 :
    At least you admit that it's possible to brick some devices. And when you say "We will repair it, but that's not covered by warranty." does that means $300+ for a main board?
     

    #54
  15. saucy
    Jelly Bean Jul 24, 2014


    #55
  16. sivasamraj
    Gingerbread Jul 24, 2014

    sivasamraj , Jul 24, 2014 :
    Thanks for the reply.

    But I really don't understand why the back button is located at the right end. I think the back button is tapped more times than the menu button. It is always easier to tap the back button when it's in the left side. Ofcourse I m right handed.

    Even in cyanogenmod we can't swap the locations of back and menu buttons.

    I dunno if anyone else feels the same way.
     

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  17. dcoun
    Gingerbread Jul 24, 2014


    #57
  18. maciey
    Gingerbread Jul 24, 2014


    #58
  19. vassy.uk
    Jelly Bean Jul 24, 2014

  20. NAZZ
    Eclair Jul 24, 2014


    #60