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Jr17 (JDQ39 / 4.2.2): MoDaCo Custom ROM for the Galaxy Nexus

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Might be though I thought Paul had posted with regards to the latest modaco custom on his twitter feed

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The pic I posted was from mcmcr.

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Kitchen update! These changes will be in the next version prebake too. :)

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31st Jan
  • Updated Flash, Music, Plus and Superuser apps.

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That is correct, but they are there. Don't get me wrong, but I'm afraid, that you decide to drop this ROM in favour of the CM based one, due to no more or little difference between them.

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I've CM10 on my Samsung Galaxy tab, It lasts 36 hours on standby with no use... Rubbish

There is a world of difference between MCR and CM.

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Don't worry, regular MCR isn't going anywhere. ;)

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The option CyanogenMod (offline) Gallery application without Picasa or Google + sync FC's. Any idea why ?

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No, i'll check that out! Try clearing data on Gallery?

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No, i'll check that out! Try clearing data on Gallery?

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I did. But to no result. Camera is also FCing on Gallery. Same behavior on all my Nexus devices.

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How bizarre! I'll check it out!

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anyone using the 2g / 3g toggle option?

ive tried it a couple of times but everytime it fires up a wifi connection and flicks over to 2g fine. it wont go the other way though as when it connects to wifi it turns of the mobile data connection and wont turn it back on.

suggestions, did i set something silly?

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Strange, i'll have a look at that. If it works one way it SHOULD work both!

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anyone using the 2g / 3g toggle option?

ive tried it a couple of times but everytime it fires up a wifi connection and flicks over to 2g fine. it wont go the other way though as when it connects to wifi it turns of the mobile data connection and wont turn it back on.

suggestions, did i set something silly?


I've had that problem but only sometimes. Likewise sometimes the phone seems to get stuck in 2g. It's been rare though. Sometimes toggling data or 3g fixes it, sometimes I have to reboot.

I'm not sure this saves anything like significant power either. Are there any measurements? For me the main use for this is that the phone switches to 2g at home where I have poor 3g.

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ive only used a few times myself as i find the phone blitz's through the battery so i always carry a spare anyway. still it would have been nice if it was working fully and reliably. its a pain when its not flicked back on data, youve had no notifications and then you go to use it and have to turn the toggle off and start back the data connection. usually im in pretty good 3g coverage so its easier just to not bother.

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I take it Jr14 will be out soon now the factory images are out?

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ROM: Android 4.3 (JWR66V)
Bootloader: MAKOZ20i
Recovery: Stock
Radio: 2.0.1700.84
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It's in progress!

I've just pushed it out for N4 so the Galaxy Nexus is next. :)

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Could you implement a feature to disable the system update check?

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That is a good idea rubenGN... the update is quite annoying since i won't be using the stock updage.

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Just go into Google Framework and turn off Notifications...

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Just go into Google Framework and turn off Notifications...


Perfect,

Settings, Apps, Swipe Left Twice to All, Google Services Framework, Untick Show Notifications.

Its the little things ;-)

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