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Android Open Kang Project - toro - build 25

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Newest change logs are available at the AOKP site
  1. Make sure you're on the latest CWM
  3. wipe data/factory reset in recovery
  4. flash ROM
  5. flash Gapps
  6. reboot

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It boots, seems snappy and the phone works. Going to restore some apps and report back. Thanks for this!

edit: T-CDMA 64 shows on the lockscreen and the expanded status bar where "verizon wireless" should appear
Fix is in eri.xml in framework-res.apk -- at least it was in Gingerbread.

Also, string for Emergency Dialer is switched. Says "enter pin code." This is on the first boot screen.
NFC is busted. None of my tags will scan. >_<
Circle is lower, but album art also shows just fine.

Can't spread out the toggles easily. Layout is build into source, thus into the smali.

Wallet works fine. As do nfc tags. Have been working since 13 for me.

Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk
I've been running and building nightlies since day 1. Had Franco for a while, then tried IMO's experimental builds...much better battery life. InteractiveX governor is what does it. Forces CPU1 off when the screen goes off. Try it out!
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