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  # 652024 6-Jul-2012 17:58
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Wouldn't want to find out ;) seriously though don't bother trying with i9100t radios. You won't get a real noticeable change in reception with any radio anyway




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  # 652030 6-Jul-2012 18:10
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Falk: Would a 19100T Modem such as ( http://samsung-updates.com/modem/Samsung-Updates.com-GT-I9100T-TNZ-I9100TDOLP4_Modem.zip ) work on on a 19100?

Absolutely. I normally run i9100T modems on mine.

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I bow down to CdTDroiD's knowledge though.
My understanding of some of the modems was that they sacrificed battery for performance. By running the Telecom modems you at least get something you know should work well for us.






 
 
 
 




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  # 652032 6-Jul-2012 18:11
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Silly silly man... Your lucky. I bricked my first one like that.




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  # 652036 6-Jul-2012 18:24

CdTDroiD: Wouldn't want to find out ;) seriously though don't bother trying with i9100t radios. You won't get a real noticeable change in reception with any radio anyway
Ok i wont bother Tongue Out

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  # 652038 6-Jul-2012 18:29
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Chris whats with the popup when you hold cursor over your link or is it just my puter. Says something about answer a question win an ipad2.




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  # 652065 6-Jul-2012 19:29
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hmmm was my computer had malware in the form of text enhance. Manged to get rid of it dammit




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  # 652148 6-Jul-2012 23:43
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While there is some activity here I'll ask, any chance of 4.1?

Love the rom as is but just curious to see project butter.

 
 
 
 


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  # 652320 7-Jul-2012 18:48
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loganjames: While there is some activity here I'll ask, any chance of 4.1?

Love the rom as is but just curious to see project butter.


Unlikely as 4.1 is not running on the SGS2 yet. There's a port over at XDA but it's not in useable shape.

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  # 652322 7-Jul-2012 18:57
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bradstewart:
loganjames: While there is some activity here I'll ask, any chance of 4.1?

Love the rom as is but just curious to see project butter.


Unlikely as 4.1 is not running on the SGS2 yet. There's a port over at XDA but it's not in useable shape.


It was more tongue in cheek than a serious request!

https://plus.google.com/117962666888533781522/posts/PNJutPNhixo

This was posted around the same time as my last post and answers most of my questions, I presume the OP will continue his great work and put the kiwi spin on it.



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  # 652338 7-Jul-2012 20:20
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Im working on CM9 with a whole pile of Jellybean features, so ill let you guys know how it goes ;)




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  # 652339 7-Jul-2012 20:24
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Also i will post some flashable zips of Jellybean goodies soon, like launcher and new google apps etc




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  # 656043 15-Jul-2012 16:59

Sounds good. CM9 RC1 looks stable.

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  # 671632 12-Aug-2012 23:27

Any chance for an update now that CM9 is stable?

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  # 671653 13-Aug-2012 01:22
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CM10 is pretty rock solid too! ;-)
It would be nice to get a jelly kiwi

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  # 676434 24-Aug-2012 14:15

CdTDrioid are you still working on this? or are you working on AndroidME instead?

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