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Originally Posted by razor5cl View Post

The G Flex would be tempting if it wasn't so expensive and the resolution wasn't so low, and the stock LG skin wasn't so heavy. Now that I think about it its quite flawed, but maybe the G Flex 2 or whatever will be better.

 

Yea the resolution alone would make it more appealing, if higher.
 

post #797 of 828
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Originally Posted by mechgamer123 View Post

Does anyone else here run Cyanogenmod on their Nexus 4? So far twice this week I've had the phone lock up on me in the middle of the night and my alarm not go off. Not only that, but for some reason I'll be walking to class and the torch app turns on?
I just wanted to go with CM for stability and upgradability, but it looks like it's not so stable after all... :/

I wouldnt touch anything cm based to be honest. Most of the roms are never close to being stable as stock based roms. I recommend using purity, psx or rastakat instead. These roms are the best for stability/performance

Do those have very much customization though? I love the customization that you can do in CM and especially AOKP.

post #798 of 828
Just a reminder: if anyone is interested, CM11 just went stable. Grab it before its too late. biggrin.gif
post #799 of 828
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Originally Posted by xkonfuzed View Post

Just a reminder: if anyone is interested, CM11 just went stable. Grab it before its too late. biggrin.gif

No it didnt.

post #800 of 828

I just installed the M3 Snapshot for CM11 to my HTC One. Seems a bit snappier then the nightly I was on.

post #801 of 828
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Originally Posted by L0SLobos View Post
 

No it didnt.

*Correction: Its actually a 'Snapshot', not sure what that means but still smother than nightlies. 

post #802 of 828
I stick to nightlies updating every 2 weeks or so since I don't like dealing with installing the kernal and setting up xposed everyday with the apps optimizing thing that takes a good while, then update on each snapshot, and then get the stables, seems to work really nice. wink.gif
post #803 of 828
I recently flashed a nightly of AOKP KitKat, from AOKP 4.3. I didn't wipe, so I don't know if it was that or the fact that the ROM is broken, but for me the network icons were always orange, and Chrome kept crashing. Anyway, I'm going to flash it when they reach a milestone, as the nightly didn't have nearly as much custyomization as I get currently.
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post #805 of 828
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Originally Posted by gopanthersgo1 View Post

I stick to nightlies updating every 2 weeks or so since I don't like dealing with installing the kernal and setting up xposed everyday with the apps optimizing thing that takes a good while, then update on each snapshot, and then get the stables, seems to work really nice. wink.gif

When I had Xposed on my phone, after a CM update, all I had to do was reboot the phone and my Xposed settings came back automatically.

post #806 of 828
Yeah I flashed through a few ROMs and Xposed stuck through all of them.
post #807 of 828
What headphones have mic support for Android?
post #808 of 828
Thread Starter 

Every iPhone compatible microphone I've tried (including the earpods) has worked fine on Android.

post #809 of 828
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Originally Posted by GrmanRodriguez View Post

What headphones have mic support for Android?

The Klipsch S4-A's are designed to work with Android phones. 

post #810 of 828
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Originally Posted by J.Pocalypse View Post

The Klipsch S4-A's are designed to work with Android phones. 
What about something over the ear? (budget: $80 to $120)
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