Cyanogen 4.2.2

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 Sdh ada yg test? Apakah sdh ada bututh profile buat transfer file? Stabilitas?

Kemaren di 4.2.1 agak berat yak rasanya masih entengan hero....

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by Rachmat Gerhantara » Wed, 28 Oct 2009 13:31:44 GMT

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cuman, kabel datanya ketinggalan dikantor... :p

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by Bayu Wicaksono » Wed, 28 Oct 2009 13:33:26 GMT

 sama.. baru donlod doang.. :P

trus tadi di thread Dream ada yg nge-drop image nya si Eclair.. Android
2.0.. ntar mo gw coba ah.. :D

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by Rachmat Gerhantara » Wed, 28 Oct 2009 14:51:26 GMT

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udah diport, tinggal nyobain bluetooth.
nanti dikabarin lagi. :)

Eugene n Hofo udah upload update terbaru.
entar agak malaman dicobain... :p
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by Rachmat Gerhantara » Wed, 28 Oct 2009 15:27:43 GMT

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bluetooth transfer beres pake cyanogen.
ngga bisa test buat headset bluetooth soalnya ga punya. :p

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by Wisnu » Fri, 30 Oct 2009 12:21:09 GMT

 Testing it right now brader...
Baru aja nih, sementara sih rasanya ringan.
Baru mau push native im yg dipost tadi pagi.

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by Dede Ardian » Fri, 30 Oct 2009 20:28:52 GMT

 kok dari kemaren pakai 4.2.1 atau 4.2.2 facebook susah upload yah , wifi no
wifi bengong surengong upload nya , mungkin ada yg salah di G1 saya :)

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