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Some apps are not compatible with gb ROMS, is there any way of getting these apps to work?

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Search Market Helper. Some apps might crash though.

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Upgrade to jb to have newest apps. Tip:use my rom , matrix rom if u will update

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Upgrade to jb to have newest apps. Tip:use my rom , matrix rom if u will update

 

no stick with GB. Its the fastest, has no issues, and just works. Save yourself some hassle buddy.

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no stick with GB. Its the fastest, has no issues, and just works. Save yourself some hassle buddy.

Or get a new phone! :lol:

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if you want to get some apps to work for you market helper is quite a good app. Also as well, you can usually get some alternative apps that generally do the same thing that will work on GB. Just look at the related apps in the play store or search for the app name. You can usually find copies of apps on there...
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Or get a new phone! :lol:

:D

if you want to get some apps to work for you market helper is quite a good app. Also as well, you can usually get some alternative apps that generally do the same thing that will work on GB. Just look at the related apps in the play store or search for the app name. You can usually find copies of apps on there...

I get 30k on my S4 hehe

Check out the Ktoonsez kernel over at XDA, it's just awesome.

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I get 30k on my S4 hehe

Check out the Ktoonsez kernel over at XDA, it's just awesome.

I will, after ive finished my dispute with Samsung. Apparently having developer options showing because I sped up the animations is why my battery and wifi is broken! :o #bull

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I'm getting an HTC One M8 or a Galaxy S5 in August. What would you recommend? I want a Samsung but don't want an irreversible warranty voider thingy (Knox or whatever its called) My ancient phone (Galaxy S1) doesn't have it, (not that it needs it, 4 yr old phone lol)

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The M8 is a really really cool phone, the build quality and feel is just the best. I used it myself and I know you won't be disappointed.

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I will, after ive finished my dispute with Samsung. Apparently having developer options showing because I sped up the animations is why my battery and wifi is broken! :o #bull

Lol, they'll say anything to hold off giving you a replacement :P

Good ol' Samsung eh'

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I'm getting an HTC One M8 or a Galaxy S5 in August. What would you recommend? I want a Samsung but don't want an irreversible warranty voider thingy (Knox or whatever its called) My ancient phone (Galaxy S1) doesn't have it, (not that it needs it, 4 yr old phone lol)

I'd go to a One + 1. Just cuz It's cheaper :p

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I'd go to a One + 1. Just cuz It's cheaper :p

If he is willing to spend money on an M8 or s5 then no thanks lol :D

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I'm actually also considering a Nexus. Nexus 6 if I'm patient. Only because its cheap and teenagers like me aren't rich. 0.o

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I'm actually also considering a Nexus. Nexus 6 if I'm patient. Only because its cheap and teenagers like me aren't rich. 0.o

 

Haha, i'm with you there. Only reason I have an S4 is because it was from someone else :p

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