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  1. No. I had to remove a lot of stuff to make room for beats.
  2. I have had no issues installing this. I will try and recreate the issue you are having and see about fixing it, but for now you can just flash the kernel from here once the ROM is installed. The error you are getting is the kernel not installing. Seems like the ROM is installed but fails at flashing the kernel.
  3. Yeah it should. I am 99% sure it will work with CM7, but make a backup before trying. That not 100% true. I had to make a few changes to get Beats working on the TMV. If you look a few post in on this thread I did say about I couldn't get Beats working on the phone. I have now fixed that.
  4. Here is the fix for Bluetooth audio, it also adds Beats Audio. http://www.mediafire.com/?c7yovux1afzbw1y
  5. Thanks for everything

    I would also like to thank the Acer MT community too. The Acer was my first real Android phone and this was the first Android community I got involved with. I loved the phone and the community but as the Acer MT won't be getting ICS I now have the Atrix. Been running it a Month. The firmware it comes with sucks lol, so built my own :) . I am finding that I am missing the Acer MT. Its funny the Atrix is a much more powerful phone but with 3d using TechnoLover's Kernel with the changes I made to the Performance Rom it out performs the Atrix in a few 3d benchmarks and matches it for many of the others. Just goes to show how well the Acer MT was put together. What I really miss about the Acer is the Music player. The sound on the Acer is MUCH better then the Atrix. Do really miss that. I used the Acer as a music player all the time. My new setup:
  6. I am sorry to inform you that development on all my ROMs for the Acer MT has ceased. I do still have access to the device but I have been running the Atrix for the last Month so don't use the Acer anymore. The ROMs that I have started are all open meaning anyone can grab them and do what you like to them. You don't have to ask me if you can modfiy them and re-release them. As the Acer MT isn't going to be getting ICS I see no point in using it anymore. People may try to port ICS to the handset but without Acer releasing official ICS drivers for the MT its going to be buggy.
  7. I don't own this device yet but I will do very soon. I tried posting this on XDA but the site has logged me out and I can't get back in so am posting here. Been looking around at rooting this phone and seeing what I could get out of it if I did. Nothing has really interested me to the root the phone. I would of rooted it for CM7 or MUIU roms but as I am getting the Laptop Dock with the phone I wouldn't be able to use the webtop as both of these roms don't have that feature. When I was looking into the Webtop I came across this post about installing ubuntu apps onto webtop. This did get me interested. Looking into it this seem like it only works with a very dated version of Ubuntu (jaunty) because this was the last version that had armhf support. As Ubuntu 12.04 was just released I decided to see if this version has got a armhf repo that could be used, and indeed it has. deb http://ports.ubuntu.com/ precise main restricted universe multiverse deb http://ports.ubuntu.com/ precise-updates main restricted universe multiverse deb http://ports.ubuntu.com/ precise-backports main restricted universe multiverse deb http://ports.ubuntu.com/ precise-security main restricted universe multiverse deb http://ports.ubuntu.com/ precise-proposed main restricted universe multiverse The really cool thing about this repo is it has apps like XBMC that should just work with the device. And then it hit me. This must be the repo that the Ubuntu for Android that Canonical was showing off a few Months ago must be using. [media=] So I decided to have a dig around the repo when I came across this: abootimg. So this is a pretty good tell tell sign that this is indeed the Ubuntu for Android that Canonical has been demoing. As I have said I don't own the device yet but if someone wants to check this out to see if this is indeed the Ubuntu for Android repo that would be awesome.
  8. Audio Quality

    I have had ago at porting both Xloud and BeatsAudio. BeatsAudio is just a no go. No way of getting that working. Xlound kinda works but is very unstable and does make some music/sounds sound really odd. The phone has just got poor hardware so the only thing that can be done is to increase its max loudness. As Dazzozo points out this can be done in the kernel. But this is just going to oversaturate the sound issues even more.
  9. @BenTheHuman This launcher has everything you are after but I would overclock the phone to get the best out of it. Its been ripped from the Sony Xperia S. Video of it in use. Just flash this with CWM. Launcher.zip
  10. [ROM] [Beta] Blue Glass

    That makes two of us. I have no clue what the hell he is on about. But Lens_flare does like starting arguments with a devs.
  11. There are Mediafire mirrors up. Just get it from there if you are having issues.
  12. *UPDATE* New 160MB TPTed version released.
  13. They knew this was probably going to happen. When they first went to court with Oracle they stated Google Dart: http://googlecode.bl...ctured-web.html http://www.2ality.co...art-launch.html http://www.dartlang.org/
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