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  1. rahulwadhwani

    rahulwadhwani Well-Known Member


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  2. Podivin

    Podivin VIP Member VIP Member

    Only if you've got a GSM device, that states it's only for GSM.
  3. rahulwadhwani

    rahulwadhwani Well-Known Member

    I have a GSM device...
    Are you sure there is no problem in upgrading?
  4. HTTR

    HTTR Well-Known Member

    the GSM denotes an international device, correct? :confused:
  5. 330D

    330D From My Cold Dead Hands VIP Member

    Can't remember exactly what gsm means, but it is a different type of network. At&t uses it here, as does t-mobile. Verizon and sprint use cdma networks. The Verizon razr is cdma (xt912) the gsm a world phone (xt910)
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  6. Podivin

    Podivin VIP Member VIP Member

    Ha - nice try, you'll never get ME to answer that question. :)

    Read the reviews, find out what works and doesn't work, and make your own decision. I just skimmed what folks are saying there, but there was enough 'not ready to be daily driver' type comments that would prevent ME from loading it. However it's your phone, you can do as you please. Just be sure to make a good backup first (which is true before loading ANY new ROM).
  7. rahulwadhwani

    rahulwadhwani Well-Known Member

    Guys the question here is should I upgrade it or not?
  8. 330D

    330D From My Cold Dead Hands VIP Member

    Are you rooted, and able to flash? if so, like has been said before, make a good backup of your current setup, and flash it... If you don't like it, restore to your old setup. It really should be that easy.


    I am of the mind, that since I'm far from a dev, I wouldn't flash something that is somewhat broken, as I can't do a whole lot to fix the issues it may have.

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