1. orl2008's Avatar
    Hi there androidcentral, another question before buying,
    Did they release them as promised?
    Wether they do or not, how does it affect the development of note 2 and Galaxy S3 roms? their effectiveness or the speed of development?

    And to another question, should I expect to see a fairly stable version of 4.2 for the note 2 (maybe CyanogenMod)? In the next coming days? Or there is already one now?


    Thanks a lot,
    orl2008.
    01-09-2013 07:56 AM
  2. jdub1981's Avatar
    Dont know if they did or not but what is this in regards to? Are you concerned about possible malware hack? I have att version and its not susceptible to this hack.

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    01-09-2013 05:44 PM
  3. orl2008's Avatar
    Dont know if they did or not but what is this in regards to? Are you concerned about possible malware hack? I have att version and its not susceptible to this hack.

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    I understood that if they will release it, rom developing for the devices support it will be easier, even much easier sometimes.
    How can it hurt the security of the device as you mentioned, after all, there are protections by the android and kernel level aren't they(even bootloader?)?
    01-09-2013 06:46 PM

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