luca020400

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I've read that, too. This phone is going to sell for 139€ in 2 weeks in my country as a special price offer.

Seems that I've found a new phone to buy and work on :D

 

Just bought it today :D

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Just bought it today :D

Enjoy it ....

Can you tell me your cmdline ? ( cat /proc/cmdline )

I need it for found how many display Motorola uses on moto g 2014 ( I found 3 version as of now ) hope you have the pure white version ( there is one that seems yellow brb )

Thanks haha

And Motorola just released lollipop source code ( non implemented yet in cm12 . I'm unable to build media and display libs ... )

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LordMCDonald have now a New Moto G too :D

*2 moto g :p

You should check XDA  :P

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Just bought it today :D

Bought it today too

So youbare from Germany either :-D

Enjoy it ....

Can you tell me your cmdline ? ( cat /proc/cmdline )

I need it for found how many display Motorola uses on moto g 2014 ( I found 3 version as of now ) hope you have the pure white version ( there is one that seems yellow brb )

Thanks haha

And Motorola just released lollipop source code ( non implemented yet in cm12 . I'm unable to build media and display libs ... )

Luca can you tell me the full command? :-D

LordMCDonald have now a New Moto G too :D

Thats the case that I got 2 of Theme :-D

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Bought it today too

So youbare from Germany either :-D

Luca can you tell me the full command? :-D

Thats the case that I got 2 of Theme :-D

As I said 2 moto g 2014 :D

 

Install Terminal Emulator

Open it and type

cat /proc/cmdline ( Press enter in keyboard )

And post the output

If you find - mdss_dsi_mot_inx_720p_video_v0 you will have yellow display if not pure white 

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I need it for found how many display Motorola uses on moto g 2014 ( I found 3 version as of now ) hope you have the pure white version ( there is one that seems yellow brb )

 

mdss_dsi_mot_jdi_720p_video_v1

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mdss_dsi_mot_jdi_720p_video_v1

Like me ;)

As the source code say there are 3 display in kitkat

I haven't looked in lollipop on but as I remember there still 3 displays

Good modding modding

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Wanted more to say hello then a good bay as I left long ago. ☺

Ended up on Galaxy S3 neo even old Hui is still alive. Best regards to all.

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Hi everyone,

 

i preordered a Mlais M52, true octacore a53 64 bit, 5,5" HD, 2gb ram, 16gb rom, 13mp rear, 8mp front, gps+glonass, compass, only 136 dollars.

 

Bye

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Hi everyone,

i preordered a Mlais M52, true octacore a53 64 bit, 5,5" HD, 2gb ram, 16gb rom, 13mp rear, 8mp front, gps+glonass, compass, only 136 dollars.

Bye

I know it..shame that mlais is not a well know mark and it uses an HD 5.5" screen,the lenovo k3 note will be the best phone,but i already made my choice,my brother did that better,he wants the elephone p6000(quad core 64 bit and cm12 built by elephone avaible in beta),i hope for you that you will get lollipop

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I know it..shame that mlais is not a well know mark and it uses an HD 5.5" screen,the lenovo k3 note will be the best phone,but i already made my choice,my brother did that better,he wants the elephone p6000(quad core 64 bit and cm12 built by elephone avaible in beta),i hope for you that you will get lollipop

CM12 by Elephone????? WTF??????

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