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Old October 19th, 2012, 08:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Known this for a while actually...
But there is really no use for these until some kernal devs use them. They really dont help with much.
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Known this for a while actually...
But there is really no use for these until some kernal devs use them. They really dont help with much.
Right now I'm staying with someone in a near "T-mobile dead-zone", so I use their AT&T WI-FI instead for my cellphone. Would these help me?
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Right now I'm staying with someone in a near "T-mobile dead-zone", so I use their AT&T WI-FI instead for my cellphone. Would these help me?
Far beyond my reach to answer your question i'm just a NOOB
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Well from what ive seen Faux123 has released a new kernal (FINALLY!!)
and it merges the new source. Ive had pretty good battery life and connection with it. You should try it out.
faux.androidro.ms/ruby-faux123-kernel-v023b6.zip
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Should be s-off to flash this.
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