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[ROM] Android 4.3 Cyamogenmod 10.2 - G300

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Oops, the folder's no more there.

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Yup, that one is from androidsrbija forum, still alpha but looks promising

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Hi guys I just thought I would point out to anyone that is thinking of flashing this, that there is NO ROOT. I just flashed it on my brake and didnt have much time so had to restore my backup

Probably best to wait for dazzozo's (official) release

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The first link of this topic i think is from the outdated release.

This is still a very experimental build. Is not finish and still have many problems.

dazzozo is doing a great job. Lets wait for the official release.

But, for who wanna test, i recommend install te latest release so far, the "A2", and also the Gapps for 4.3:

http://www.mediafire...fm7l22j/CM_10.2

Also Don't ask for any support on this. This is a experimental build, so dazzozo doesn't have to take responsability for who try to test.

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Yeah, I don't keep things private because I'm mean guys, there are some things I absolutely must sort out before any release.

For a start, it's not even going to be handled by CWM properly because you're all using old recovery builds. Patience.

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Yeah, I don't keep things private because I'm mean guys, there are some things I absolutely must sort out before any release.

For a start, it's not even going to be handled by CWM properly because you're all using old recovery builds. Patience.

Keep the exelent work. :D

I have tested it with the last version of CWM and is working fine (for what i see)

Of course, i see to many bugs, like the Focal FC sometimes, and the interface is a little slow. But is a start to have Android 4.3 in G300 :D

Thanks you Dazzozo!

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I have tested it with the last version of CWM and is working fine (for what i see)

Yeah, it isn't. You probably don't know what you're looking for.

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Yeah, it isn't. You probably don't know what you're looking for.

hum, Yeah, it is. :)

Using the last version of CWM (and a little of tweak), is running (almost) fine, so i think i know what im looking for.

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When i get home i will take from my G300...

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No, you really don't. There's a lot more to Android than a few screenshots of the interface. Let's just say my device has come out of 4.3 development permanently damaged. :D

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You developed too much ... Patient died :D

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Of course... :P

As i said, isnt for a regular use. Is just for test...

And sthe screenshots are just to show that he boots with the last CWM and a little of extra tweaking.

I also just installed to check, but, so far, didn't notice many superficial problems. :D

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I'm likely to start nightlies tonight. I would advise against using the A2 build, it's pretty old (and could potentially have the bug that broke my device :D). No support if you're using a recovery built before 4.3. I'll make a new one available later.

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I'm likely to start nightlies tonight. I would advise against using the A2 build, it's pretty old (and could potentially have the bug that broke my device :D). No support if you're using a recovery built before 4.3. I'll make a new one available later.

Fantastic work Dazzozo!

:D

Can't wait to test it out...

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Thank you so much for you fantastic work :)

Best Regards

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I'm likely to start nightlies tonight. I would advise against using the A2 build, it's pretty old (and could potentially have the bug that broke my device :D). No support if you're using a recovery built before 4.3. I'll make a new one available later.

Awesome!! !! Will TWRP 2.6.1.0 be compatible?

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I'm likely to start nightlies tonight. I would advise against using the A2 build, it's pretty old (and could potentially have the bug that broke my device :D). No support if you're using a recovery built before 4.3. I'll make a new one available later.

You are the best :P, one question why dont you make another for the G510/Y300 please. Thanks
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(...) No support if you're using a recovery built before 4.3. I'll make a new one available later.

Awesome!! !! Will TWRP 2.6.1.0 be compatible?

I don't think so...

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Awesome!! !! Will TWRP 2.6.1.0 be compatible?

Unsure, I don't follow the project and I don't know how outdated our build is. I'm quite sure they would've fixed it in the code by now though.

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The new CWM build is available:

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Pleaaaaaaaaaaase help !!!

after i setup the Cyanogenmod 10.2 on my G300, my phone doesn't recieve incoming calls !!!

however i can make a outgoing call even.

where is the promlem ???

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Try downloading the latest build from dazzozo's thread. The one linked in the first post in this thread is a VERY EARLY build.

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