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Topic # 94632 15-Dec-2011 12:59
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Hi guys, pretty simple i got so many devices to work on now i really need at least one more Dev on XDA to help me out or make a team etc... i have a guy who wants to do it but hes in france and he doesnt know enough lol.

I really wanna get someone from NZ so theres not much point me asking on XDA. As you know its googles base code for the OS that we make so we cant charge but we do get donations.. Im happy to start a new shared paypal account for the person that wants to join me and split it 50/50.

Really need someone who knows a fair bit already but i am fine with tutoring to some degree.

So if theres anyone keen let me know! Im pretty sure theres only 2 Recognized Developers on XDA from NZ so theres room for more if your good enough for there standards lol.





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  Reply # 558302 15-Dec-2011 13:17
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I'm no developer but wanted to know which devices you're going to look at and which ROMs?



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  Reply # 558306 15-Dec-2011 13:20
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I have about 6 or 7 of my own ROMs at the mo for the Sensation, Desire HD, Galaxy S2, ASUS Transformer, Inspire plus more. and i will be doing the Galaxy Nexus soon as i get one etc... plus whatever phones i buy or get given




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  Reply # 558432 15-Dec-2011 19:34
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How much experience needed and how much are you willing to teach?

Ive completed up to episode 35 or so of this series, if that means anything in reality
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL34F010EEF9D45FB8&feature=playlist-comment



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  Reply # 558438 15-Dec-2011 19:58
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P1n3apqlExpr3ss: How much experience needed and how much are you willing to teach?

Ive completed up to episode 35 or so of this series, if that means anything in reality
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL34F010EEF9D45FB8&feature=playlist-comment


I just had a quick look, amazing series by the way great for people who want to learn. Anyway, If you can do and understand all that you should have a fine base start for ROMs, Its a fair bit different to app development but the .xml knowledge etc still applies for sure.. If your keen send me a PM :D

What devices are you on now? And are you running a custom ROM? 




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  Reply # 558441 15-Dec-2011 20:04
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CdTDroiD: I just had a quick look, amazing series by the way great for people who want to learn. Anyway, If you can do and understand all that you should have a fine base start for ROMs, Its a fair bit different to app development but the .xml knowledge etc still applies for sure.. If your keen send me a PM :D

What devices are you on now? And are you running a custom ROM? 


Ill go up to ep 50 and if im still easily making sense of it ill contact you

Currently got an Incredible S and running Galnet's MIUI ICS framework build until the AOSP port gets a working camera



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  Reply # 558442 15-Dec-2011 20:06
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P1n3apqlExpr3ss:
CdTDroiD: I just had a quick look, amazing series by the way great for people who want to learn. Anyway, If you can do and understand all that you should have a fine base start for ROMs, Its a fair bit different to app development but the .xml knowledge etc still applies for sure.. If your keen send me a PM :D

What devices are you on now? And are you running a custom ROM? 


Ill go up to ep 50 and if im still easily making sense of it ill contact you

Currently got an Incredible S and running Galnet's MIUI ICS framework build until the AOSP port gets a working camera


Yea sweet as its things like getting the camera working etc that are different to apps and i can teach you. but see how you go ;) 




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  Reply # 558963 17-Dec-2011 13:38
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Im busy finishing up a review for AMNZ at the moment so if there aren't any better devs out there ill take you up on that offer once I am done with it



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  Reply # 559010 17-Dec-2011 16:25
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Sounds good man. What have you done before?




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  Reply # 559020 17-Dec-2011 16:57
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Review wise or programming wise?

Reviews ive done the HTC ChaCha, SE Xperia Active and now the Huawei MediaPad

Programming wise ive done a bit of Visual Basic and Dataflex and now this Java/XML Android stuff

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