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  1. Probably, but there are other devs that own Y300/G510 that can fork this project and update it
  2. How gapps can solve a device specific problem? [emoji53]
  3. Hi, i wanted to buy a p6000 too, but then i bought a Moto G, anyway, Elephone didn't release any source code for their CM12, so i think that no one can update it.
  4. No, it will break audio and network Probably he wants to install Xposed
  5. Thank you The difference is the customization
  6. Mmm, can you try to install Google Play Services separately? You can take from here: http://www.apkmirror.com/apk/google-inc/google-play-services/google-play-services-7-5-73-1976294-434-android-apk-download/ Is anyone else facing this problem?
  7. I don't know if you saw it: http://www.modaco.com/topic/375296-gapps51x-minimal-gapps-for-android-51x-g510y300g330-13062015/ Let me know if it works on G330
  8. Is made for Android 5.1.x, so it should work there too
  9. Hi, i made this Google Apps package mostly for G330 users (didn't receive any feedback yet), to make it use less /system space, it should use 25-26 MB in /system. It's based on this: https://github.com/cgapps/vendor_google/tree/builds/arm What about Google Play Services? This Gapps package extracts it directly in /data, so that G330 users shouldn't have any problem, also, most of the Gapps on XDA use a generic Google Play Services just to allow the user to run the SetupWizard, it will be then auto-updated from the Play Store and will always use free space in /data, so there's practically no difference. I included in this package the latest Google Play Services for our DPI (-434) and not the generic one. It can be considered minimal, because it doesn't include any Google application that is not strictly necessary to run the Play Store and Google Play Services. DOWNLOAD: - MEGA Credits: - jrizzoli

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