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【ICS】LiGux v4 for Huawei Ascend G300 [2012-06-29][version 0.0.5]

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I read on android market before about the difficulties of getting FM radio to work. It was a paid radio app and the dev was saying how difficult it was. Pretty sure he said it was the only radio app that fully worked. Anyway great work guys.

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I shall give this a go once the camera is working, though I'm using Atomicmod at the moment which is lovely and scores 3000 on the nose in Antutu.

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There is link for version 0.0.5, where wifi is fixed! Check it :)

Yep, but i do intensive work on BT & camera features, so... Im stucked!

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Since official ICS is out now (sort of) plus more importantly the Jelly Bean source has been released, its Android 4.1 where the action is now. From a developer point of view, if you have limited time (and for most ROM devs time is very limited as they do this stuff in their spare time), why waste your time on 4.0.3 when you can be wasting it on 4.1? ;)

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Since official ICS is out now (sort of) plus more importantly the Jelly Bean source has been released, its Android 4.1 where the action is now. From a developer point of view, if you have limited time (and for most ROM devs time is very limited as they do this stuff in their spare time), why waste your time on 4.0.3 when you can be wasting it on 4.1? ;)

but is there someone working on jelly bean for our g300 ? or working on opengl ?

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Since official ICS is out now (sort of) plus more importantly the Jelly Bean source has been released, its Android 4.1 where the action is now. From a developer point of view, if you have limited time (and for most ROM devs time is very limited as they do this stuff in their spare time), why waste your time on 4.0.3 when you can be wasting it on 4.1? ;)

2 reasons. Well one reason split into two parts.

1: FilmOn free Uk TV uses flash for the player. Doesn't render well in the browser. For that reason alone I downgraded from Cm10 until someone hax0rs it.

2: Porn: There are very few free HTML5 porn sites out there, unless you're into upskirting on youtube. I'm not here to judge.

So there are reasons to stay on ICS. Reasons why people want a working CM9 or Ligux.

I suspect that after Qiuis little princess tantrum didn't go in his favor that he probably won't be developing anything for this phone again. Which is only fair because he came off as a pre-madonna at best, or as an actual hinderence to the development community at worst. Daz will work on Cm10, Tillaz has Infusion. I'd be surprised if we actually see very many ports for this phone at this point, and I'm beginning to think that holding onto it, while it looses value, is a waste of time.

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I've got fully working flash on my nexus 7 running jellybean, you just need an apk.

Yes flash works, but only in browser. On apps that use flash natively it doesn't work and as I said it doesn't render properly for me on mobile. Thank's for the suggestion though.

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ah right fair enough. Have you tried crackle?

I don't think Ligux is being worked on any more. What issues do you have with a stock ICS rom though? Have you tried Tillaz' Infusion? It's pretty good if you ask me :)

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I suspect that after Qiuis little princess tantrum didn't go in his favor that he probably won't be developing anything for this phone again. Which is only fair because he came off as a pre-madonna at best, or as an actual hinderence to the development community at worst. Daz will work on Cm10, Tillaz has Infusion. I'd be surprised if we actually see very many ports for this phone at this point, and I'm beginning to think that holding onto it, while it looses value, is a waste of time.

I can only really speak for AOSP-based ports, but it takes time. Once CM is done, everything else that is AOSP-based will be incredibly easy to port. The CM device configuration will work all over the place, and the work to port something will really only be a case of taking the extra hardware support in CM and adding it to the source tree of your choice, if it's not already there. The process of figuring out what's needed and what isn't to get something working takes a lot of time.

The problem at least for me is that those changes have to be built, copied, flashed, and tested and that takes a large chunk of my time.

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I can only really speak for AOSP-based ports, but it takes time. Once CM is done, everything else that is AOSP-based will be incredibly easy to port. The CM device configuration will work all over the place, and the work to port something will really only be a case of taking the extra hardware support in CM and adding it to the source tree of your choice, if it's not already there. The process of figuring out what's needed and what isn't to get something working takes a lot of time.

The problem at least for me is that those changes have to be built, copied, flashed, and tested and that takes a large chunk of my time.

I don't think any one on theses forums has the right to complain about anything you do Daz on here. You're very dedicated and hardworking, plus you've made the main two daily roms I use (Cm9 and Cm10.) Though I don't use Tillaz modified roms, he is also a great asset to this community. But my point is if it hadn't of been for you two guys, we'd pretty much still have stock GB on this phone and it's not right, the entire communities expectations for development comes down on your head. No matter how talented it may be :P

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