lgb dead

Discussion in 'Liberty ROM D2' started by zzz123kkma, Oct 22, 2011.

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    it lives!

    lgb3
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    Liberty gingerbread is not dead...they were simply waiting on a legit OTA for all the devices (not just droid x) so they could avoid dealing with the buggy motorola leak builds. Just be patient. I believe kejar31 is back working with team liberty so look for it to be AWESOME.
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    no one forced you to buy the rom toolbox and if you knew what you were talking about you would have realized that liberty 1.0 was released for the OTA GB kernal last night and has already been updated to 1.2....
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    Not to mention the fact that it is ROM TOOLBOX now and not LIBERTY TOOLBOX anymore and works for MORE THAN JUST LIBERTY

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    y u such a h8r :p I bought liberty pro toolbox too, just to support them even though I have always constrantly kept using apex, unless you are creating a rom urself I dont see how its ever a waste of money, these people spend their time enabling your device's life to be extended and improved considerably, albeit its a hobby they enjoy, I see no harm in buying them a beer.
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