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PeeWee
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[Mods] For all the GNex crack flashers out there

Use this link if you wanted to see side by side comparisons.
»docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?···mc#gid=1
Me I'm partial to JBSourcery.
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PeeWee
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Am I the last GNex fan on this board?



chmod
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reply to PeeWee

Been switching between aokp and pa on my N4. Anybody want to buy a gsm gnex?



DadeMurphy
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My personal ROM of choice on the GNex is JellyBelly by Jakeday with Imoseyon's Leankernel.
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trparky
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I've been using AOKP and leanKernel myself.



pflog
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said by trparky:

I've been using AOKP and leanKernel myself.

Ditto. Been on AOKP+LK since the beginning really. Tried Franco a couple of times, but always come back to LK and interactivex.
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chmod
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reply to PeeWee

I'm excited to try ubuntu whenever that hits.



pflog
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said by chmod:

I'm excited to try ubuntu whenever that hits.

I may try it just to check it out, but the more I think about it, the more I think it'll be much less user friendly.

I haven't really used Linux as a desktop in ages, but are there:

- native facebook clients/apps
- twitter clients/apps
- gmail client/app
- angry birds and any other number of popular games

Many things will need to be done via a browser. Seems like a novelty at this point, until there are native Linux apps intended for tablet/phone use.
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El Quintron
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I'm still an old Codename Android ROM on it, it does everything I need it to do.

I'm kinda disappointed development on it has stopped, I'm looking for a new ROM but I'm hung up on good battery life.

EQ
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PeeWee
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said by El Quintron:

I'm still an old Codename Android ROM on it, it does everything I need it to do.

I'm kinda disappointed development on it has stopped, I'm looking for a new ROM but I'm hung up on good battery life.

EQ

You really ought to give JBSoucery a try then. Up to date development, outstanding battery life, active strong support and great personalization. Go here and check it out. »rootzwiki.com/topic/27553-romjbs···3-jb421/
I can answer questions you may have. You will also find that at that site someone will answer questions and sort out issues almost immediately.
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El Quintron
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said by PeeWee:

You really ought to give JBSoucery a try then. Up to date development, outstanding battery life, active strong support and great personalization. Go here and check it out. »rootzwiki.com/topic/27553-romjbs···3-jb421/
I can answer questions you may have. You will also find that at that site someone will answer questions and sort out issues almost immediately.

Awesome, I'll give that a go, I'll post back after I flash
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PeeWee
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said by El Quintron:

said by PeeWee:

Awesome, I'll give that a go, I'll post back after I flash

Did you really? How do you like it? I'll bet you're impressed.
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Lone Wolf
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said by PeeWee:

Am I the last GNex fan on this board?

I'm still here!

Running Xylon. Stable, good battery life and does everything I want. Tried others but came back to Xylon.


PeeWee
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2 edits
reply to El Quintron

Not just my opinion--- »galaxynexusroot.com/galaxy-nexus···est-rom/ --- but I am in full agreement with this article.

edit-- After all this, that is now a past version of this rom that got voted the best.
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pflog
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Your link is broken. I think you just need to rip off the --- at the end of the url, but not 100% sure that was your intended destination link.
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PeeWee
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said by pflog:

Your link is broken. I think you just need to rip off the --- at the end of the url, but not 100% sure that was your intended destination link.

Thanks, fixed.
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pflog
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NP, reading now



thewolfman

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reply to PeeWee

I'm running CM 10.1 nightlies. I was using codename android, but they are still on JB 4.1.2.

Perhaps I'll throw JBsoucery on just for fun.

Love the GNex!!
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adrman
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I missed this thread somehow. Rasbeanjelly and Lean Kernel on both my Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 7.