1. jnl813's Avatar
    I'm so done with Sense 4, I don't hate it I just don't like it. I cannot wait until we get a AOSP rom for this bad boy! I hate the tweak that HTC did with multitasking! And yes I've tried Apex but even that HTC kills that after a while then I have to wait for that to load.
    06-05-2012 03:51 PM
  2. kbp08tls's Avatar
    I'm with you. As soon as CM9 is fully functional I'm ditching Sense.

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    06-05-2012 04:37 PM
  3. jnl813's Avatar
    I'm with you. As soon as CM9 is fully functional I'm ditching Sense.

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    Yes I'm excited for that and just how far along they've come in such little time!
    06-05-2012 05:46 PM
  4. kennethbring's Avatar
    I really feel like this is by far, the best version of Sense to ever be released. Yes, it has its downfalls (cough multitasking cough), but its beautiful. I much prefer it over any Vanilla version of Android, even ICS (which is also beautiful, but a distant second)
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    06-05-2012 07:55 PM
  5. bastafari's Avatar
    I think will have to delay our expectations. Jb kinda threw a wrench in development but i would'nt be surprised if aokp may be the first dev team to officially support our device for aosp.

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    07-23-2012 04:05 PM
  6. kronosqq's Avatar
    I think will have to delay our expectations. Jb kinda threw a wrench in development but i would'nt be surprised if aokp may be the first dev team to officially support our device for aosp.

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    Dunno, from what I've seen over at XDA they're waiting on deck and drew to continue development on the aokp ROM. Deck's last build of CM9 certainly seems to be farther ahead than the current AOKP ROM. But hopefully they're all jumping straight into CM10 at the moment and we'll have more than one option when they finish up.
    07-23-2012 06:10 PM
  7. kbp08tls's Avatar
    Deck already has CM10 booting. That's exciting, but I'd almost rather they get CM9 across the finish line first rather than spending all their efforts on CM10 and making us wait even longer for a fully functional AOSP ROM.

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    07-23-2012 08:03 PM
  8. kronosqq's Avatar
    Deck already has CM10 booting. That's exciting, but I'd almost rather they get CM9 across the finish line first rather than spending all their efforts on CM10 and making us wait even longer for a fully functional AOSP ROM.

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    I would have agreed with that up until about 20 minutes ago when I tried out the JB Evervolv ROM preview. Not much is working but..It.Is.Smooth. No lag on anything. Providing that they can get a fully functional ROM going in a month or two (My guess is around a month) I'm totally cool with waiting for it.

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    07-24-2012 12:50 AM
  9. kronosqq's Avatar
    OK...excitement from that has worn off now. I agree that a CM9 build while we're waiting for CM10 would be pretty awesome, I guess the likelihood of that happening will depend in part on how long it'll be before a fully functional CM10 ROM. We'll have to watch the development process.

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    07-24-2012 03:18 AM
  10. kbp08tls's Avatar
    I would have agreed with that up until about 20 minutes ago when I tried out the JB Evervolv ROM preview. Not much is working but..It.Is.Smooth. No lag on anything. Providing that they can get a fully functional ROM going in a month or two (My guess is around a month) I'm totally cool with waiting for it.

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    Where did you find that? Can you post a link?
    07-24-2012 08:03 AM
  11. kronosqq's Avatar
    Yep right here.
    http://goo.im/devs/evervolv/Releases....0p1-jewel.zip

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    07-24-2012 12:11 PM
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