[ROM] [SELFKANG ICS AOSP ROM] CM9/ICS for Droid 4 -- [BETA 03/05/2012]

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  1. JKingDev

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    I wonder how many problems moving to a stock ICS kernel fixed and if it created any new problems. Hope to see what hashcode has been able to come up with soon. I miss CM9.
     
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    Why do you have a smart phone if you don't need a data connection? :)
     
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    is there a simpler change log then what he posts?

    something along the lines of:

    BT finally working, but volume is still too low
    4G/3G switching has been fixed, no more reboot required.


    the change log he posts isent even in chronological order haha
     
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    Because almost everyone has WiFi and carriers make you pay monthly for their internet. Or else I wouldn't lol.
     
  6. Melatonin

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    I know, I also hate paying so much for 4g, but I don't have wifi everywhere. If I am at home or the office I use my laptop and wifi. On the road, tether 4g vpn or just droid it. But I have always loved to mess with how things work and customize. Can't wait for a beta, just need data working. I like 9 a lot so far.
     
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    Not that I'm aware of. You might just want to follow Hash on Twitter for something like that and ask about that. Right now, this is the best we have for a change log.
     
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    From what I understand, no one actually "posts" the change log, it pulls changes and the nightly cm9 automatically from the device? It doesn't make any sense to me but I saw it posted somewhere on this thread.
     
  9. tcrews

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    Close. It pulls them from the github repo's and uses the "commit" comments that whomever pushed the change/commit to the repo added.
     
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    So I am about to get a Droid 4, upgrading from Droid 2. (Sitting next to the door, waiting for delivery!). I am wanting to go to CM9 but I have some questions. Is there a recommended build, or should I just go with the latest nightly? Does Chrome work? Is there any major problems I need to be aware of? I'm not much of a complainer, so I'm not too worried about bugs, and will do what ever I can to help fix it.
     
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    Personally...my suggestion would be to just run the phone stock for a week or so and make sure everything is good with the phone/hardware itself before doing a lot of changes. Root if you like, but stay near stock.

    There are a lot of changes coming down the line in the not distant future. Official ICS, CM9 based on the ICS leaks, etc... all being a better environment than CM9/ICS running on a Gingerbread kernel and all the limitations it forces.

    Enjoy the Droid 4 for a bit...it's a significant improvement over the Droid 2 as is.....
     
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    Being someone that came from D2 and went to D4, I agree 100% with this post.

    I will add, however, that I'd recommend you use an app to freeze bloatware as the battery does die quickly. If you're dying for a change like I was, I liked Eclipse 1.3 (which is still based on GB 2.3.6).

    I used that for a month or two with no issues. I recently switched to the ICS leak and am itching to flash CM9 when its ready.

    But like tcrews said, play with it for a week or so before making any drastic changes. You'll appreciate them more that way. :)
     
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