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Originally Posted by Mitchell4500 View Post

Exactly. Im paying like $160 a month for 3 lines. 2 with data. on tmobile the same thing is like $90 per month. 

I just looked into that selling plan thing! Thats crazy, makes it worth it even more!

Problem is Im worried about tMobiles service as compared to verizon. Especially their data speeds. 

I heard the nexus 5 has very good audio quality. Whats this headphone problem out you speak of? 

I linked to some Anandtech measurements a few posts back. The N5 has pretty major channel imbalance and distortion at the top 3 volume settings. It may be able to be fixed in software though. I'm waiting to see some definitive results.

Yeah I'll probably put 4.4 on the Gnex very soon. I'm just really happy with 4.3 right now (Shiny) with a few xposed modules, greenify, and the nova launcher beta. I have a kitkat theme that looks very good actually. Are you experiencing any bugs at all with graphics or data? I used to crackflash quite a bit, but nowadays Shinyrom has given me more stability than I've ever had, especially with maintaining Bluetooth connections in my car. Xposed offers a ton of customizability.
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I linked to some Anandtech measurements a few posts back. The N5 has pretty major channel imbalance and distortion at the top 3 volume settings. It may be able to be fixed in software though. I'm waiting to see some definitive results.

Yeah I'll probably put 4.4 on the Gnex very soon. I'm just really happy with 4.3 right now (Shiny) with a few xposed modules, greenify, and the nova launcher beta. I have a kitkat theme that looks very good actually. Are you experiencing any bugs at all with graphics or data? I used to crackflash quite a bit, but nowadays Shinyrom has given me more stability than I've ever had, especially with maintaining Bluetooth connections in my car. Xposed offers a ton of customizability.

I used to crackflash too. And then settled on LiquidSmooth 4.3 for a few months. It took a lot of nerve to switch to 4.4 because I tried a 4.4 rom a few weeks back and I didnt like it. To many bugs. Botched interface. Crazy graphic glitches... 

 

But now with cMetal i have yet to find an imperfection... (actually the screenshot animation glitches but the actual screenshot is still fine). Im very picky about roms because I often get frustrated using something buggy daily. Data is more reliable on 4.4 then on 4.3 for me. 4.3 had tones of problem and stuff switching between 3g/4g. None of that now. Im really loving it. 

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I'm currently running AOKP 4.3 with the KitKat Experience Launcher on a Nexus 4. Should I flash 4.4 stock ROM or not?
post #739 of 828

If you like white icons, sure.

post #740 of 828
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Originally Posted by OmarCCX View Post
 

If you like white icons, sure.

That did drive me crazy for a bit. Especially because on every previous version of android white indicated a problem or lack of connectivity with a signal. 

post #741 of 828

Yeah, and now the network icons don't indicate data usage. That was dumb, it was a useful feature.

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Yeah, and now the network icons don't indicate data usage. That was dumb, it was a useful feature.

Is there a way to enable data usage indicators? It is a useful feature.
post #743 of 828

Install the XPosed Framework, there are several modules that can do that

post #744 of 828
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Originally Posted by dryvadeum View Post

The only thing I'm worried about is resale value and how good LG will support software updates. I have a feeling it'll get KitKat and that'll be it.

 

Here in Israel, the G2 dropped in price about 250$ in 2 months....

And it wasn't cheap in the first place

 

I have the 16Gig (big error) and now the 32Gig is 250$ cheaper then my 16Gig was....shame

post #745 of 828
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Originally Posted by OmarCCX View Post

If you like white icons, sure.

I am more partial to the Holo Blue. Are there any serious benefits though?, as to me the Launcher seems where all the meat is.
post #746 of 828

I didn't notice any apparent differences when upgrading to 4.4 on my One until I installed the GE Launcher.

post #747 of 828
HTC One? 4.4? When did this happen?
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Google Edition

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Flashing a stock ROM will be too much hassle for me, I'll just wait until AOKP updates to KitKat, but that may be a long time, as the team themselves have said the initial rollout will be"barebones" as they are cleaning up their codebase.
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Google Edition

You're lucky. Sense 5 is awful, IMO.
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