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[ROM][ZTE Skate] Paranoid Android - CM9 - Tablet UI (15/12/2012)

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New hotfix available in the second post. Contains:

- USB mass storage fixed

- USB tethering fixed

- Fixed muted microphone during call

- SIM Unlock prompt removed

good work! :D usb tethering is important for me cause i dont have wlan adapter :D

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Yes but if you put it in Phone mode, you might just as well stay on CFX. You might change the font or DPI if you want to keep tablet mode but make everything a bit bigger (haven't got around to experiment yet myself). Oh and not to be a language police, but I think PD is only used in Spanish.

PD: is used as added after text.. Post Data..may be AFTER DATA in English?. yes I speak Spanish

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PD: is used as added after text.. Post Data..may be AFTER DATA in English?. yes I speak Spanish

I really did not intend to lecture you (I'm feeling a bit like a jerk now) :). In English PS is used, probably derived from the French (and Latin) post scriptum. In Dutch we use the same.

Went way off topic now :P, I'm probably more geeky about English than someone whose main language is English :D.

Back on topic: looks this rom is already reaching full functionality :).

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New hotfix available in the second post. Contains:

- USB mass storage fixed

- USB tethering fixed

- Fixed muted microphone during call

- SIM Unlock prompt removed

Wow!!!! That was quick... :) Thanx... Now i have a 4,3 tablet with ics... B)

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wooh trying this out now :D

As always, excellent work ceco!

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If only it was themable...

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If only it was themable...

What's wrong with cm9 themes?

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Not sure but don't think they work

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C3C0. You work very much. You answer every question. Respect! Hats off! Super Power!

PS: does the vibrator too? :lol::lol::lol:

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:lol:

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Very good!!

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Yes!!! Yeeeahhh!! Yes!!! Ooooooh!

Um.... glad to report vibrator works a treat :)

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C3CO, could you help me please?

sorry for my english

I have some questions

What are the drivers folder in the rom?

How I can create my own kernel?

thanks and greetings

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Yes!!! Yeeeahhh!! Yes!!! Ooooooh!

Um.... glad to report vibrator works a treat :)

hahah!!

Might convert a silent movie as the boot animation. The phone might just boot up by the time the film finishes!

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C3CO, could you help me please?

sorry for my english

I have some questions

What are the drivers folder in the rom?

How I can create my own kernel?

thanks and greetings

"drivers folder" - I don't really know what you mean by that.

Regarding kernel - you can't create your own unless you're another Linus Torvalds :)

What you can do is build it from existing sources.

Use Google. There are tons of info there. Skate is my first Android phone I bought half a year ago.

Before that I knew completely nothing about Android. Self study is something I recommend. I am

quite confident that this is the best approach.

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Skate is my first Android phone I bought half a year ago.

Before that I knew completely nothing about Android. Self study is something I recommend. I am

quite confident that this is the best approach.

Same here! ;) It's definitely the best way.

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ZTE Stake Users, Sorry to ask this silly question. Can i flash this ROM directly to my blade? [Little bit interest]...Thats why....!

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All praise to you C3C0,just one question is hotfix 27/06/2012 #1 integrated in rom release 27/06/2012 or is it still separated?

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For Blade probably not. Incompatible me thinks but you could try. Just back up first ;)

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ZTE Stake Users, Sorry to ask this silly question. Can i flash this ROM directly to my blade? [Little bit interest]...Thats why....!

evening Guna,

as it is, I don't think it would work on the blade. :)

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@banemitre66

It is not included thus must be flashed

@gunapriyan

It won't work on blade as is. Wait for Xmaster to port it.

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O.K. thank you.

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Skate is my first Android phone I bought half a year ago.

Before that I knew completely nothing about Android. Self study is something I recommend. I am

quite confident that this is the best approach.

presumably you had knowledge of the linux operating system though? it's a massive help when trying to get your head around the inner workings of android.

also, quick question, have you included cm settings? i.e is your rom still based on cm9 ics or have you done based it on AOSP ics? haven't had time to check this out yet as work has been busy lately. got two days off starting tomorrow so I will be able to give it a test drive then :D

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It's cm9 based (as title and OP says)

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OK guys. This rom seems to be fully working and stable now. There's nothing more I can do about it at this moment. We must wait for PA guys to populate their github. After that happens new update can be expected.

Restoring Mokee :)

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