I have been checking the rootzwiki and have looking into jbsourcery however no one on the team has a sprint phone. I was wandering if anyone could possibly figure out a way to get this ROM to work on the sprint nexus or if there was a way to make it work
Okay, before anyone gets too upset about this new thread, don't worry, later tonight (16th) I'll ask it to be merged into the main thread, but I just HAD to tell folks about this new experimental sourcery rom that will likely become the next release really soon.
The entire experience feels zippy to me.... tight and clean, which is different for me.
I switched to JB Sourcery a few months ago, mostly to get away from the reboot issues. While they have been reduced (most of the time) the reboots often result in a bootloop where it will reboot 3-4 times before deciding to work. I've wiped and reinstalled a few times but always the same result.
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