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Did it get banned again?

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Yeah he did lol

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If you're banned then you can't go and make another account to avoid the ban. We'll just ban you again.

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Unless you don't know it's him again

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"I'm back its me the one who Made lots of topocs ahahah"

Plus lots of new pointless topics and failure to use the search. I think I got the right guy.

Anyway this is off topic. Back to discussions of a Jelly Bean ROM. Assuming we get one ;)

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I dont see why Intel shouldn't release jb. What's the point of putting all that work to waste

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I dont see why Intel shouldn't release jb. What's the point of putting all that work to waste

I think it's Orange/Xolo/et al that have locked the bootloader, I don't think if Intel released JB by itself you would be able to install it(although I may be wrong in that :) )

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Intel are the ones who sign the packages right. So if they release jb I don't see why it shouldn't work

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Razr i uptade to jellybean now

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Hopefully they bring it. It would be a real shame to have developed it but then to not have it released

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If the razr I has jellybean is there any way to port that Onto ours ?

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Nope. Not a chance. Not unless we unlock our boot loader

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I assume if we were getting it would be in the month knowing this information now. If not I highly doubt we will get it

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OK guys, some news

Xolo X500 is launched with ICS and they claim they would provide JB update for it.... x500 is a low powered Intel model clocked at 1.2 Ghz and a really shitty screen ( 480*320)
http://xolo.in/X500

If Xolo X500 gets JB, I would not be surprised if we too are gonna get it..

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If xolo don't release JB for their flagship Intel phone then they are truly stupid

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I agree

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Just a question out of curiosity.. Can the jelly bean rom released for x500 be used for x900?
Both have the same chipset and hopefully the same signatures, so when jelly bean is released for x500 can we just copy the update.zip file onto our phones and install it?

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Just a question out of curiosity.. Can the jelly bean rom released for x500 be used for x900?
Both have the same chipset and hopefully the same signatures, so when jelly bean is released for x500 can we just copy the update.zip file onto our phones and install it?

Same chipset(is it?) but different hardware at least in terms of screen. We'd all be grateful if when it comes out you could try installing it and let us know how you get on? :)

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By the way, I don't know if you guys have realised but you will lose root IF(and that's a big if in my mind) we get JB? If it's coming coming perhaps the delay is because they're plugging any possible exploits in it, after all, all the recent small patches seem designed to deliberately block root.

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It's curious how they seem to want to block root access. I can understand, to a degree, why they want the bootloader locked.... But blocking root? Why?

Is there something we're missing do you think? Some sort of security loophole?

Have had similar thoughts about the seemingly daft decision to deactivate the SD card slot.

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