Alhamdulillah... Miley ku dah pake cyanogen 6

by Imad » Sat, 19 Mar 2011 04:17:56 GMT

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 Akhirny miley ku udah cyanogen 6. Nekat jg tengah malem gini.


Re: Alhamdulillah... Miley ku dah pake cyanogen 6

by Lesjaw鈩?鈾 » Sat, 19 Mar 2011 04:20:00 GMT

 mantabs, no pain no gain :-)

- xoom..


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Re: Alhamdulillah... Miley ku dah pake cyanogen 6

by satrio » Sat, 19 Mar 2011 07:38:11 GMT

 Tahap selanjutnya pakai CM7 :-)


Re: Alhamdulillah... Miley ku dah pake cyanogen 6

by Ichan » Sat, 19 Mar 2011 08:08:46 GMT

 cobain iceandfire n ha!no

pernah coba cm7 di miley sering restart sendiri untuk sekarang dah stable
apa blum ya

rom miui 1.8 by masakan padang suhu lesjay.


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