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A.Y. Baidjoe

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About A.Y. Baidjoe

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    Medical Research, (malaria), gadgets, android devices which have long battery life and are sturdy (motorola defy/razr)
  • Your Current Device(s)
    Nexus 7/Razr Maxx/Defy
  1. Run prety smooth here. Swappen my wifi only version to a 3G model. Been using the MR1 kernel from metallice (xda) in combination with this ROM. Butter smooth.
  2. A.Y. Baidjoe

    [Tool]AIO Tool for San Diego and xolo

    Cheers mate, will have to wait for another option then. No offence intended, but there is a pretty clear written manual attached to the AIO tool which explain in details what number you should press in the utility ;)
  3. Got my self a African Intel Yolo (Intel Medfield) Looking for way to obtain root access :)

  4. A.Y. Baidjoe

    [Tool]AIO Tool for San Diego and xolo

    Thanks for you response mate, not too lucky I am afraid: 3.0.8-138325-ge2af803 [email protected] #1 SMP PREEMPT Thu Dec 13 23:51:27 CST 2012
  5. A.Y. Baidjoe

    [Tool]AIO Tool for San Diego and xolo

    That is indeed wise advice. But it's a <100usd phone, and am just going to sell it if I can't obtain root. The standard ROM is fast enough but I need root to make a few thing easier. Also it's just a gadget phone. I did try is actually. option 7 obtain r00t. Phone comes up with the restore option. It failed to restart a few times but when it did it did not manage to push the required files to the phone. Possibly due to a different organized directory structure. Would be awesome to get root on this phone so any feedback is welcome :)
  6. A.Y. Baidjoe

    [Tool]AIO Tool for San Diego and xolo

    Just wanted to get some advice on a phone which is probably not very popular in the west (since you can't get it there). Intel in cooperation with a Kenyan service provider released an exclusive phone called the Intel Yolo (Yolo? Yes really trolling it Intel) based on the medfield platform. I managed to get one of these phones (around 100usd). http://news.cnet.com/8301-1035_3-57565784-94/intels-yolo-low-cost-smartphone-debuts/ It's amazing fast and comes with a Vanilla ICS version. Only thing that's lacking is root. I was wondering if anybody here (an expert) would know if I could use this method to obtain root? If nobody knows I am just going to try it :P
  7. Hi Paul, Thanks for this awesome ROM. Became a member, not so much because of the custom kitchen, which is a very nice supplement. But mainly because I like your direct interaction with the users. Keep up the good work! Using JR12 in combination with Metallice his A23 kernel (666mhz LP). Works excellent. Just flashed a custom made JR12, but seem to missing my bottom buttons and top menu. Can't seem to figure out if it's one of the custom mod I selected.
  8. Enjoying the Nexus 7 experience


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